For many businesses, having an online presence is critical to their success. It’s no secret that a website is a central piece of modern marketing, and what greets your customers should be useful and easy to navigate. The same is true for e-commerce sites. Shoppers should be able to browse and buy with ease, trusting that a site will protect their transaction
Many businesses use WordPress to easily make updates to their business’ website. Mastering the basics is important to maintaining your web presence.
Because of its flexibility, web-based software can offer many benefits to businesses, including more efficient maintenance and improved data security.
As with other software, failing to update to WordPress 5 in a timely manner can be risky. If you’re still using version 4, now is the time to upgrade.
As businesses look toward the new year, many of them will be considering a website update. Here are some of the trends you can expect to see in 2020.
Your website is a big part of your business marketing strategy, but if your visitors don’t stay on your site very long, it may not be as effective as you need it to be. After all, your website is (in theory) designed to provide information and lead visitors toward certain outcomes. If they enter your site but leave without further interaction, you
Your website should change and adapt with your business. Do you know if your website is winning customers… or driving them away?
For businesses with highly specialized processes and workflows, custom software can improve efficiency and productivity. Once a company steps out of the realm of off-the-shelf software, going back to that setting would be difficult. Custom software is an investment of time and expertise, but its rewards can be immense. A large number of businesses opt to use an in-house developer to create
How efficient are your business processes? If your business is like most, you use a variety of off-the-shelf softwares to meet various needs. Part of the broad appeal of off-the-shelf software is its adaptability for general use. Some business functions, such as email or accounting, are universal. As your business grows and develops, however, you may find yourself making a “wish list”
Many small and midsize businesses rely on off-the-shelf software for a large portion of their daily operations. The relatively low cost and easy set-up for such software makes it very attractive for businesses that may not have a dedicated IT department. However, these standardized applications typically serve a single function or related set of functions. Getting these applications to talk to one
In the age of the internet, your website is critical to – if not the foundation of – your marketing plan. A marketing plan is a written plan outlining how your company is going to promote itself and what goals those activities are going to achieve. It can include S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Timely) goals but it should also include some notes about strategy, voice, and budget.
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.
With our enhanced WordPress CMS, you are able to update your site as much as you want. Articles, reviews, details of your staff, and more are easy to edit using fill-in-the-blank forms. You can add events to your own events calendar, create forms for feedback or registrations, and publish as many posts or pages as you want.
Businesses have long relied on the recommendations of their customers to promote their products or services. The good things that others say about a business often carry more weight than advertising alone, and smart business owners know that word-of-mouth is a powerful force. In today’s tech-driven marketplace, Google is the biggest word-of-mouth marketing channel ever. When people go to Google and do a search, they trust the results they receive. But if your business doesn’t show up in a Google search, is it Google’s fault?