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Monthly Archives: July 2015
For a lot of PC users this week, anticipation grew around the release of a new operating system, Windows 10. That big release from Microsoft topped the headlines. Check out that and more in this week's Small Business News and Information Roundup.
A partnership between Sage and Deloitte is allowing Sage customers to have access to real-time data driven financial and operations services delivered to them via cloud-based technology.
Doist, the company behind Todoist, has grown from 1 to 40 employees in a short amount of time. That kind of growth can be traced to the company's ability to embrace a remote work environment. The staff of the company is scattered around the globe.
Steve Griffiths of DialogTech: Not Tracking Calls Could Cost 50 Percent of Mobile Marketing Conversions
Even though the smartphone has become a ubiquitous part of the technological landscape, one of their key functions is often forgotten. While they can be used to search the Web, update your social media account and check email, they are also ... well, phones. If you lose site of this fact as a marketer, you may have a problem.
What if business mergers were handled like Hollywood mergers? Cartoonist Mark Anderson suggests how that might look in the conference room.
For eCommerce business owners, it may be one of the most important questions to answer. Why do customers abandon your cart after loading it with items? It may be more important than the question of what get customers to your site in the first place. Here are some much needed answers.
Amazon, the online shopping giant, is making its MySQL-compatible database engine called Amazon Aurora, available to other businesses in a few select regions. Amazon Aurora provides functionality compatible with more expensive commercial database technology, but at more affordable price.
You may have recently received a warning from Google about its robots missing your site. This could lead to your business's site getting missed on Google searches. Here's how to address the problem.
Some companies have risked throwing away all their success because of something they said or posted on the Internet. All that hard work, gone with one regrettable click or tap of the finger. Here are some branding blunders to avoid with your business.
Blake Barash started hand-painting sneakers for one shoe company and took that idea and started his own business. In his first year, he grossed $60,000 in sales with custom painted sneakers.
Marketing your small business on social media requires a lot of time and effort. The rewards for that effort could well be worth it. Luckily, there are automation tools available to small businesses to generate more social media content at a low cost or no cost.