Technology

Tech changes at the speed of light – literally. You need to keep your finger on the pulse of how technology is changing the lives of your customers and your team members. Great tech can help you meet customers where they are in the sales cycle and empower your organization to outmaneuver the competition. Don’t be intimidated by tech. These articles will help you wrap your head around trending business technology, once read at a time.

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DIY Search Engine Optimisation

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.
August 12, 2011 350 Reads share

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Taking Your First Steps Online

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.
June 20, 2011 303 Reads share

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Website Accessibility: Why Bother?

An accessible website is the one that anyone can access and can easily use, including those with disabilities. It would be fair to say that while most business want their website to be ‘user friendly’...
June 3, 2011 383 Reads share

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Prepare Your Business For Its Holidays

Are you planning a break, a holiday, or vacation from your business or work this summer? It’s great to get away from it all, but without advance preparation, you may find that you are not “quite” as away as you intended. Interruptions such as phone calls, IM messages etc, can prove to disrupt what should be a proper break away from work...
May 30, 2011 320 Reads share

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How Should I Contact You?

What’s the right way to contact clients, colleagues and friends, and for them to contact you? Is offering a multitude of options really the best way forward and will certain tools begin to become acceptable for certain types of communication?
May 25, 2011 380 Reads share