Many businesses focus on website development and social media for their marketing strategies. While these are useful tools for establishing your brand, they’re not the only way to get your name out there. One marketing tool that many small businesses seem to forget is third party review sites. These pages on Yelp, Angie’s List, and Urban Spoon can make...

Small businesses have to adapt their management policies to the modern times, whether they want it or not. Since the majority of contemporary business trends are related to the Internet, business ventures that don’t play their cards on the online table are highly likely to lose their bankroll and go bankrupt. However, this race includes some merciless players, so...

The importance of building a strong online presence cannot be stressed enough. The list of benefits that can be reaped is long, yet it is quite shocking how many organizations settle for shabby sites or do not invest in them at all. Well, ignoring the immense value and potential of the online aspect is a quick way to fall...

  Doing business on the Internet is dynamic and risky. New entrants can quickly rise to the top and big brands can vanish overnight. That's why it's impressive when one company sticks around and does really well for more than a year or two. Take a look at these four companies that have totally won the Internet and how they...

How much do you know about your website customers? Sure you know what pages they like and what products they buy, but do you know what they think of your website? Do you know their path to purchase and customer journey? If the answer is no, then you could be holding back your potential revenue stream by creating poor...

There are so many ways you can earn by creating videos and you can do this either online or offline. Huge opportunities await those who really excel in video production and the advent of innovation and new technologies helps a lot in making this possible. Websites and local businesses are aware of this that’s why they demand a need for...

Freelancers don't get company time sheets, benefits, or paid vacation. The trade-off is working outside an office and pursuing a personalized career. Sometimes, though, it would be nice if freelancers didn't have to worry about invoicing and hours tracking so they could spend more time being creative and building their businesses. If you're a freelancer feeling frustrated with the...
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