“This page can’t load Google Maps correctly.” is a recent Google Maps error message that may have come up on your website’s maps recently. In the background, a grey map shows with the words “For development purposes only” repeating across the map. This error is due to a recent change to the Google Maps API but good news! We can fix it together!
Google recently released even more tools for the small business owner to increase their presence online. There is a lot more to that sidebar than address and phone number. These seminars are a chance for you to learn more about SEO for free in Evansville.
These five ways that a blog helped us bring in more business are not technology-specific. They would scale across a lot of small business and even medium-sized companies.
Great websites are more than a cool-looking design. Before you hire the web designer to make it look good, make sure you take some time to consider your website in the grand scheme of your business strategy. Some thoughtful planning can make sure your website lives up to all of your expectations.
Email solutions have moved away from single-purchase, perpetual-license solutions and toward cloud-based subscriptions. The options available with a cloud-based subscription allow you to tailor an email package that best fits your company’s needs.
Cloud services like Office 365 can reduce software investment while giving you the professional technology tools to keep your small business profitable. You'll get a lot more than just hosted Outlook: you'll get the entire Office suite.
A productive conference call is equal parts art and science. The art of a good phone meeting includes organization, a clear agenda and purpose, and scheduling. The science requires having a clear line, lining people up with the right technology, and getting everyone to participate.
Chances are, you've upgraded or replaced your company's computers a few times since your phone system was the newest bit of technology in your office. Now, your phone communications might be the victim of poor sound quality, long hold times, or dropped calls. And even though your system still allows you to make and receive calls, obsolescence and downtime are just right around the corner.
A business phone maintenance plan of “if it’s not broken, don’t fix it” may work in the short term, but that old phone system is hurting your business. The moment something breaks, you've got a whole new set of issues to address. The best time to replace your old phone system is before it breaks.
For many companies, the “nerve center” of their business is the server room. Correctly planning this essential element of infrastructure is critical. Doing it right can benefit your business expenses and the performance of your staff. Doing it wrong can mean unplanned downtime or worse.
Business has changed in a multitude of ways over the last 20 years. Unfortunately, a lot of offices haven't changed their workflows in that same span of time. If you describe your business processes as "a ton of paperwork," then you are working too hard. Our custom software development services help municipalities, schools, factories, and more by reducing the time it takes for repetitive processes. Here are a few solutions you should consider if you are looking for more time in your year.
If your non-profit's big red donate button takes a visitor to a trustworthy and easy online payment area, they will be more likely to give and you'll get more donations faster. Here is how to find the right online payment system for non-profits and small businesses.
While it's true that technology allows businesses to operate leaner and cleaner, it can complicate the logistics of an office relocation. Here are steps you can take to assure the process happens smoothly and with minimal downtime.
End of Life is a term for the end of support for a hardware or software product and its patches, including security updates and customer service. When Windows XP reached End of Life, it was on 40% of the world's computers. Today, Windows 7 runs on 70% of business computers. Planning ahead can save you money and headaches.
A project can be done when the scope and contract are fulfilled, but that doesn’t mean your website is "done." You should always have a detailed scope of your website. Once you've completed the scope, there is a sanity check for your site before you can call it done. We have an extensive list of 152 items that we do on every website we build. In the end, however, it comes down to these 6 things.