Monthly Archives: June 2013

Social Media Marketing for Small Businesses

Social media and social networks for small businesses.

Social media marketing for small business. Is it right for your business?

There are a few ways social media marketing can help your business:

  • Spread the word on your brand or on your business to gain awareness and attention
  • Maintains a presence and provides a source of information or communication for your existing customers
  • Allows you to interact and service your customers
  • Allows you to present yourself to new potential customers Continue reading

Keep Your Website Fresh While Saving Money

Keep Your Website Fresh While Saving Money

Changing and updating your website costs money. In this article, you’ll learn how to keep your website fresh while saving money!

When you build a website for the first time or when you’re building a new¬†website, make sure you choose the right type of¬†website and make sure you build it right. Doing it right the first time will save you a lot of money in the long-run. Continue reading

Practical Data Backup for Small Businesses

Practical data backup for small businesses.

This article will discuss practical data backup for small businesses and home users. After reading this article, you will see how easy and inexpensive it is to have a good backup strategy and routine. Most importantly, you can sleep easier at night and your businesses data will be protected, helping you minimize the impact from a disaster resulting in data-loss.

Every business should have a backup strategy and routine in place because you never know what can happen to your data. Understand that you should have at least two copies of any data that you consider important or valuable. If you have only one copy of your important data, if that data disappears, it is gone. Why might your data disappear? There are many possibilities and here are a few: Continue reading

How to Improve Your Website Image and Business Image

Improve Your Website Image and Business Image

Here are three tips on how to improve your website image and business image.

We’ve asked different Web-users what they thought of different websites we found on the Web and what their perception is of the businesses that owned those websites. Websites that were considered “ugly” or “bad” were often perceived or called “amateur websites” or “homemade websites”. The reactions and the perceptions were often negative towards these “amateur websites” and “homemade websites”.

When we asked these users to describe the impression they had about the businesses that owned these websites, here were some of the descriptions and reactions we received: Continue reading