While the Internet can be a fantastic tool for businesses of all kinds, there are also inherent dangers involved when you put yourself out there. An unhappy customer here and a disruptive member of staff there is all it takes for your social media or website to explode with activity – for all the wrong reasons. But if someone does say something unflattering, rude, or – perhaps – ruinous about your business online, what can you do?
It’s a bad idea to compare apples with oranges, but in many cases Internet marketers don’t even know which ones are which. By paying attention to just the raw conversion numbers, all they have is a box simply labeled “Fruit.” Without validating the leads generated through their campaigns, they can’t separate the apples and the oranges — or fine-tune their campaigns so they get the ones they want.
Leaders in Smart City Innovation, Tech and Economic Development to Convene in Kansas City for Third Annual Gigabit City Summit in August
Leaders from across the nation inspired to develop sustainable, high-tech infrastructure for cities will convene at the third annual Gigabit City Summit, Aug. 1-3, 2017 in Kansas City, MO.
The position at which your website sits on search engines such as Google can greatly affect the amount of business you get. If your business website appears on page 1, you’re going to get a lot of people checking out your website. If your site doesn’t show up until page 40, you’ll be lucky to get any visitors at all. Paying an SEO company to boost your rankings is generally a worthwhile venture. However, it can also be costly. Fortunately, there are ways to do your own SEO for those on a tight budget. Here’s how…
Many business owners or wannabe business owners will look for advice on how they can improve their company. Amidst all the technical advice out there, there’s one thing that every company should do; focus on your strengths.