May 25th, 2013
Web design should be a fairly straightforward process. There are a handful of essential design elements every website needs, yet many people seem to overlook them. A great website design is one that suits the needs of a user while still helping to develop the brand identity of the website. Here are three essentials every website needs.
Simple Layout (and forms)
Cluttered websites with many colors may look good to a designer, but they can be overwhelming for the user. A clean and simple layout that is easy to navigate is much more effective.
» Read more: Three Essentials Every Website Needs
May 21st, 2013
Mobile websites are sites designed specifically to be accessed on mobile devices, like smart phones and tablets. If you have a website, chances are that many people are viewing your site right now on their mobile phone. The good news is, you have a website. The bad news is that traditional websites, even with some smart adaptation, are just not made to fully utilize smart phone features, like click to touch, calling, navigation and email or text features.
If you’ve had the awkward experience of trying to navigate a clumsy, big site on your smart phone, then you’re halfway to understanding the importance of delivering quick, easy to access information. And this is where the third factor comes in as a reason for getting a mobile site—at least some of your competitors have mobile sites, delivering a better customer experience and making it easy for customers to find, call and purchase what they seek.
» Read more: Go Mobile! Build Your Business
May 20th, 2013
There’s a dangerous form of internet piracy around these days called ‘phishing’ (it’s pronounced as ‘fishing’). Internet scam sites are ‘fishing’ for your personal and financial information. They’re always after new ways to trick you into handing over your Social Security Number, credit card details and other personal information that they can use or sell on to other fraudsters.
You might become victim to identity theft – a matter that can destroy your personal reputation and severely impact your credit worthiness. Becoming informed as to how these internet scams work and which sites to avoid, is the best way to protect yourself from becoming a victim.
» Read more: Who’s Phishing for You?
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May 17th, 2013
Customer Relationship Management, or CRM for short, is the implementation of software and processes that are designed to assist companies with managing customer purchasing behaviors and trends in order to improve sales targeting and marketing strategies, among other things.
It is easy to confuse Customer Relationship Management with Customer service. Customer service deals specifically with the interaction of a company’s employees with clients, customers or the public in general. You know how important customer service is if you’ve ever had bad service, especially if that service was so bad that you never patronized the company ever again. But that is not CRM. CRM is the process of using sales statistics and analysis to improve the way that your company interfaces with your customers in order to improve business.
» Read more: Improving your business with a CRM System
May 15th, 2013
Blackberry has been rumoured for some time now to be designing a budget-friendly model to add to its line of popular smartphones which have many loyal followers. The recently leaked Blackberry R10, which has been seen in both white and a bright, almost hot, red according to those who have been lucky enough to spot this device in its earliest forms, seems to be the model that has been hinted at for some time now.
While these are rumoured changes and some speculation is involved there have been a number of reports that suggest one will lose very little in choosing the more budget friendly Blackberry model when it finally hits the market in the later part of 2013. The phone will continue to be the same size and will have the built in QWERTY keyboard that Blackberry users find so appealing.
There does seem to be some drawbacks for those who are media-driven as the camera will likely be scaled back to a 5MP version. Of course, the screen size will remain the same. With the standard Blackberry smaller screen and the scaled back camera some users may find this a disappointing model.
» Read more: The Blackberry R10—The Leaks Just Keep Flowing
May 14th, 2013
One of the most important parts of running a successful online business is being able to manage the various stocks, finances, bills and applications the business uses in an efficient manner. Once you include daily tasks such as making recurring invoices, it can be simply too much of a task for a single businessman or businesswoman to handle on their own. If the company is going to be effective from the first encounter with the customer all the way to point of sale, then you are going to need some help.
Enter LaCuenta.com into the stage. This software is especially designed to handle the ins and outs of what a business needs on a day to day basis. Tasks ranging from beewee to stock management can all be handled with ease and without hassle. If you need to manage your stock with greater sufficiency or make analyzing your financial situation, then LaCuenta is the perfect software for you.
» Read more: LaCuenta.com for All of Your Cloud-Based Invoicing Needs
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