It’s 2014, folks, and Google isn’t waiting around anymore for bloggers who can’t keep up with the changing times. “SEO” is now an outdated term and has officially been archived, living out its retirement along with the phrase, “serving the web.”
Social media changed the marketing game for many industries, and when it comes to app development, you are not going anywhere without an effective strategy that uses it.
For a business of any size, blogging offers an excellent opportunity to reach prospective clients, spread awareness of your products and services and build your company brand. According to WordPress, nearly 70 million WordPress sites exist online. As one of the most popular blogging tools available, many businesses now rely on WordPress to springboard their online business.
The instant Internet access afforded by smartphones has changed the way people use search. Not tethered to computers and home networks, searchers now tap into the Internet on the go to fulfill their immediate needs — like finding a good restaurant, a tow truck, or a public restroom.
Social media presence is essential to business success. It is the most efficient way for companies to communicate with their target market and express what they have to offer. Through social media, you can learn what your customers like… and what they don’t like.
Looking for ways to increase your team’s productivity? Here are five tools that can take you to the next level:
There’s a lot of hype surrounding cloud computing systems these days, but the real question is, can it actually save your company money? Simply put, yes, but retrieving the full benefits of cloud storage can be a complex issue. Cloud storage could lower your IT expenses dramatically if your company leverages its power effectively.
Nothing is more potentially devastating to a business than poor communication. As a team leader, it’s important to make sure that your entire team knows what the company goals are and how you mean to accomplish them.
It’s often the little things that we say that mean the most. Words can be extremely motivational and incredibly destructive. Ironically the less words we use the greater the impact and resonance.
As we start to integrate Social Media into our business we need to consider ways to calculate and measure the return on investment it represents.
The use of social media in digital marketing is nothing new. However, many businesses are only just opening themselves up to its power. In fact, small business owners are still pretty slow on the uptake when it comes to using Facebook, Twitter and the many other social networking sites out there.
Pinetererst has become the latest social phenomena and using it strategically can boost website visitors quickly. Before willy-nilly launching a dozen or so pin boards it is important to understand your goal and pinning strategy.
Like all things new and shiny “Social Media” is starting to lose its appeal with people. This article is one of many that are starting to report a growing loss of interest in social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. The rise and fall of social media use follows a pattern that has repeated itself since the very first shiny tool we humans invented.
A small business requires a lot of work in order to prove successful. You can use all the help you can get in order to manage the work and the employees better. Luckily for you, there are many useful tools available that will make your job much easier.
It was back in 2009 that I was introduced to Twitter along with blogging, Linkedin, Facebook and others as a tool that a business should be using.
I received my first invitation to connect on LinkedIn about five years ago. I did what most of us do when we don’t understand the value or implication of such an offer, I ignored it. It wasn’t that I didn’t trust the source of this invitation; it was just that I was busy and had better things to do with my time.
Before you actually start to engage in using Social Media some serious consideration should be made to who within your organisation or company has the mandate to manage the portfolio.
Few would claim last year was an easy one for business. Taking an optimistic point of view, it has forced us to look long and hard at our business models and come up with ways to improve on the bottom line.