Posts Tagged “business”

Building Websites For Mobile Audiences

Posted on March 26th, 2019 by Neil Cumins

The majority of internet traffic now tends to use mobile devices, as our browsing habits evolve away from desktop computers and laptops towards portable devices. Most people take mobile-friendly websites for granted, as we swipe and scroll our way around ecommerce or media platforms. But what does it take to construct and launch a mobile-friendly…

Analyzing Your Small Business Overhead Costs

Posted on January 29th, 2019 by Kelly Kirkham

Small businesses can take almost as many shapes as the products and services they sell. The variety within startups presents a problem when it comes to determining what the future may hold. Financial items such as how much day-to-day operations will cost in a month or a year from now are almost immeasurable. From rent…

How To Truly Enjoy Your Holiday Break (And Not Hate Yourself In January)

Posted on December 25th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

Highly motivated professionals often struggle during the holiday break. While we are trimming the tree and sipping the nog, our minds wander towards the unread email, piles of chores, and other tasks we could accomplish in the time we are meant to use for relaxing. The holidays give us a time to reflect on the…

Making Twitter Work For Your Business

Posted on November 6th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

It’s fair to say that Twitter hasn’t enjoyed a comfortable 2018. Ongoing associations with trolls and fake accounts have further damaged its reputation, while younger audiences are drifting away towards encrypted communications platforms like Snapchat. However, there are still compelling arguments for using Twitter for business, providing it’s done correctly… Up your service game An…

Tips For Spotting Spam Or Other Fraudulent Email

Posted on September 18th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

Did you know that it has been estimated that spam accounts for 14 billion emails every single day? That’s a lot of unwanted, inappropriate or irrelevant emails sent in 24 hours. With so many fraudulent emails floating around the globe, it is important that you recognize spam when you see it and know what to…

How To Deal With Fraudulent Online Reviews

Posted on September 14th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

Fake reviews can affect everyone. Whether you’re an online entrepreneur looking to launch an ecommerce business, or a consumer searching for a nice restaurant, deceptive and deceitful appraisals muddy the waters. And although fraudulent comments have been around since time immemorial, the internet amplifies them in real time to a global audience. Spotting false reviews…

How To Make Keywords Work For You

Posted on September 11th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

How do you know if you are using keywords effectively? Does your keyword strategy reinforce your brand? Keywords should not be chosen at random. Nor should keywords stray from the brand you are supporting. In this post, we cover why keywords are important to your brand, and how creating a keyword strategy can help boost…

Ten Tips For Time Management

Posted on August 28th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

It’s a well-known cliché that we can’t buy time or add more hours into the day. However, if you’re the sort of time-poor executive who’s already thinking about skipping to the end of this article, it might be worth sticking with us and reading on… Time management is one of the biggest challenges faced by modern…

Get Email Marketing Results At A Price You Can Afford

Posted on July 27th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

One of the key bonus of social media is the cost-free nature of creating an account and distributing content. Yet the same is also true of other communication methods, such as email. Indeed, email was a vital platform for promotion and communication long before social media as we know it today existed, and social media’s…

Why The Best Time To Build A Website Is Now

Posted on July 6th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

If you are a small brick and mortar business operating in a small community, you may not realize that you have the ability to market beyond the customary word of mouth system. Many small businesses rely on local promotions, the phone book and coupons to keep business running from day to day. Others may have…

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