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Chris Christoff


West Palm Beach, FL

Member Since January 2018


I'm the Co-Founder and lead developer of MonsterInsights and ExactMetrics, the two largest Google Analytics integrations in the world. I am a member of WordPress's security team and have led several WordPress security releases. I am extensively involved in the WordPress eCommerce space and have contributed (or lead the development of) every major WordPress eCommerce platform.

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Facing A Chaotic Time In Your Business? 10 Tips For Regaining Order

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There often comes a time in business when a sense of overwhelm can start to creep in—whether that's due to explosive growth or a lack of time and resources. Even with business going well, you can still be left scrambling if you don’t have the right processes in place or adequate staffing to help alleviate some of the burden. As business leaders, the members of Young Entrepreneur Council have faced many periods of chaos in their careers. Here, they share what helped them overcome these feelings of overwhelm and how you can regain order during a chaotic time in your business, no matter what the reason.

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For many businesses, the holiday season is a time of increased demand and heightened activity, necessitating the hiring of seasonal or temporary workers. While these short-term team members are invaluable in meeting customer needs, managing a sudden influx of new hires can be a daunting task. To ensure a smooth and successful operation, it's essential for employers to master the art of managing seasonal or temporary teams effectively. Here, Young Entrepreneur Council members offer practical tips and strategies for setting up these temporary workers, and the entire team, for success during the holiday rush. These tips will help employers navigate the challenges that come with seasonal staffing while maintaining service quality and customer satisfaction.

12 Ways Leaders Can Show Gratitude To Their Teams

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November, often associated with Thanksgiving, is a month that reminds us of the importance of giving back and expressing gratitude. For employers and managers, it's an opportune time to consider how they can give back to their employees and foster a culture of appreciation within their organizations. Below, Young Entrepreneur Council members explore meaningful ways employers can show their gratitude and give back to their teams, not only during the holiday season but throughout the year. These acts of giving, from recognition and professional development opportunities to wellness initiatives and flexible work arrangements, can have a profound and lasting positive effect on employee morale, engagement and overall workplace satisfaction.

Have to Give Bad News to Your Team? 9 Tips for Doing It Right

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In business, unfortunately, not every day brings about success. At some point in their careers, business leaders will be tasked with sharing bad news with their team members, and how they do so will have a major impact on their relationship with their staff and the trust they may have built over time. Whether it’s as impactful as layoffs or as simple as a down year, you want to approach your communication strategy thoughtfully. To help, nine business leaders from Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) weigh in on the following question:

Investor Pitch Didn't Go As Planned? Eight Ways To Respond To Negative Feedback

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Pitching to investors can be a nerve-wracking endeavor for any entrepreneur, but especially so when the investors don't seem to be interested in your idea. Whether they just say “no” or have some negative feedback in regards to your pitch or your product, this type of situation can be a big blow to your self-esteem and your confidence as an entrepreneur. But not earning a “yes” doesn’t have to mean you’ve failed. According to the members of Young Entrepreneur Council, it’s more of an opportunity to improve. Below, they outline the best ways to respond when faced with negative feedback from investors and why doing so will set you up for success the next time.

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Trusted by over 2 million businesses worldwide, MonsterInsights is the leading WordPress plugin for Google Analytics.



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11 - 50