Deploying the right workflow management application across the enterprise ensures that everyone involved in a project get their assignments on schedule. Individual next-step tasks are provided as well, keeping your people informed every step of the way.
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Every company needs to know these tips for keeping their passwords protected. Password protection is not difficult, but is a necessity in every business, to prevent hacking.
I talked about some basic apps and software that really improve the overall Mac experience and create a unified approach to productivity across your mobile and laptop. This post continues on that theme but as promised it focuses on business productivity and browsing.
Having the right website tools is especially important online, where we have access to a myriad of tools and what others think about them.
A business’s website is a crucial component of their marketing efforts and needs to be updated with the latest information and products that their business offers. When chosen properly, a webmaster can turn a business’s site into a very profitable tool.
This SEO checklist includes the most essential checks that one should make before publishing a website online and should be updated regularly. SEO is a constant battle and requires constant monitoring and updating and so this check list will help to focus on the most important aspects.
Many new business owners choose to take the DIY approach to search engine optimisation. Although I would recommend hiring a professional this is understandable as after web development costs SEO is often an afterthought. If you are taking the DIY approach here are the main things you’ll need to look at.
Define a goal and related funnel or path through to your website to assess the user experience and improve conversion rates for your website goal.
Twitter Feed, an automated RSS-to-Twitter service that saves you the painstakingly boring and time-consuming task of manually Tweeting your latest posts or other content entries
Many businesses are a little behind when it comes to doing business online, particularly small businesses. Their reluctance is often due to high cost and the fact that they cannot see a huge return on investment. This is not helped by some companies charging exorbitant fees or not being clear about what people are actually getting for their money.