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Somebody recently asked me a very loaded question. It went a bit like this: “How much should I pay for a website? I’ve had a few quotes, and it looks like I can get one for about £500 – is that right?” It’s hard to know where to start with a question like that, but…Details
Thanks to Richard Hillsdon at Tekeez for this month’s Guest Blog.
Usually, when you want to send a file to someone else, you email it as an attachment.
The problem is, email was never designed to send files, and each time you attach a file to an email the attachment grows in size up to 10x – so you end up sending a much larger file than you intended.Details
Everyone will tell you that small businesses need to have a presence on Facebook. After all, it’s a great way to keep in contact with clients and prospects and potentially gain new leads, right?
You know what happens next – you start with enthusiasm, then get discouraged when there’s little immediate impact on sales. Your page gets neglected and ends up full of cobwebs and tumbleweed. Then you say, “Yeah – I tried Facebook, but it doesn’t really work for my business…”Details
Are you merely a flag-waver – or are you a valuable resource to your connections on LinkedIn?
The answer to that question will be the difference between wasting your time and energy on the business networking site or making the most of your presence there.
Finding out what will make that difference is a crucial piece of knowledge.Details
Businesses completely rely on email and their website for communications. Websites also provide the online public “face” for their business, and yet, over 80% of them have no control over their domain name, email systems or website and hosting.Details
We like to finish knowing we’re all set for a prosperous New Year, so we’ve
made a, “Things I Need To Remember To Do Before I Leave The Office And Totally Devote Myself To Christmas” list.
If you try to be everything to everyone, you end up being nothing to no one. Here’s how to stand out in the right crowd and find your market niche: 1. Concentrate on a Niche Market In today’s competitive business climate, you have to separate yourself from the pack – you have to create a niche.…Details
Things Your Stuff Can Already Do That You Might Not Know About
Here’s my quick list of Things Your Stuff Can Already Do That You Might Not Know About.Details
Lots of businesses use YouTube to embed video in their websites.
There are loads of benefits, including higher SEO, longer page visits and greater customer engagement. However, checking one little button can undo all of that good stuff and have people leaving your site in droves.Details
Your website is usually your client or service user’s first point of contact, and needs an interface which is clear and easy to navigate, while maintaining the integrity of your organisation’s corporate image and brand values. There’s a lot that can be done online, but that doesn’t mean squeezing every flashy feature into your site, just because it’s possible.Details
How can you be sure your website isn’t rubbish?
Your website might be beautifully designed, use cutting edge technology and come up on the first page of Google – and still be rubbish!
But surely great design + great functionality + great SEO = great website? Not necessarily. Here’s why…Details