When you think of business mobile phones, you no doubt think of keeping in touch and calls – but with most phones now offering a multitude of apps and Internet access, and the need for businesses to use social media, there is far more to business phones than you might realise. Read More
The highly anticipated Google Compute Engine has finally been made available to the public after a lengthy beta testing period. Google’s announcement is likely to spark increased competition from established cloud platform competitors like Amazon Web Services and IBM. Looking to establish a foothold in the market is no easy feat, but Google has proven that they can disrupt a lot of markets with their track record of innovation in search, mobile, application domain hosting, and other services. Analysts are keeping a close eye on this new development in the already highly competitive cloud services market. Read More
I hope you all had a good week. Here are the job board highlights.
Good luck, and have a happy weekend!
An established live music resource launching a new blog that focuses on live music, music for weddings, and everything relating to live music and weddings wants you. The target audience is brides-to-be. Being married not a requirement!
I know what it’s like.
You launch a blog, write engaging content but no matter hard you try you just don’t seem to get anywhere.
You follow the advice of a bunch of people that appear to know what they’re doing.
And still – nothing.
I’m here to tell you that whether you’re completely new to blogging or you have tirelessly slaved away on your blog and not had the results you wanted – there is a way, and I’ll show you how. Read More
Every blog has its own purpose and reasoning behind it. Some blogs are personal, and are a good place for the blogger to vent about his/her life. Other blogs are corporate, and are there to increase customer awareness of the company and its product. Some blogs are religious, while you can find sports in other blogs. Every blog is different, but there is one blogging goal that is universal: You want your blog to be seen. Read More
It goes without saying that a comprehensive content marketing strategy is a must in today’s business environment. With potential customers looking to the Internet for all forms of research, B2B companies that blog are generating 67% more leads per month than those who don’t. It is not enough to throw up a website, though. You need to create valuable content that makes your company stand out as an expert, and you need to amplify that content via social media and guest posting opportunities. What is the most effective way to tackle content marketing as a small business? Read More
This may be the year for you to re-engineer your blog marketing. Unless you’re totally satisfied with your 2012 and 2013 results, doing things in the same way om 2014 will produce the same or poorer results. Keeping your blog fresh is key to not only satisfying your existing readership but also to attracting new ones. Here are some tips to enhance your blogs and make them work harder and more efficiently for you in the coming year.
More targeted visitors
A blog should be geared to producing more targeted visitors. Your blogs should show that you are an authority in your subject area and you’d like to thank the readers by providing them with articles they’d enjoy.
Personalised Gifts Shop in the United Kingdom is an e-Commerce site that offers a full range of gifts. Their blog site is a perfect example of targeting the right audience. With posts such as “DIY Christmas Decorations,” and “Modern Day Alternatives to Sending Christmas Cards,” the blog delivers stories to a demographic the company has targeted as innovative and creative gift-givers. Read More
Building a website seems like a pretty easy process: pick a design, pick a web hosting service, then hit the ‘on’ button when it’s all ready to go. But building a successful, useful site takes a bit more thinking than that: here are five great tips to keep in mind when building a website, whether it’s to highlight a hobby, tell some stories, or build a following for a business.
Keep the rich media to a minimum Read More
As entrepreneurs launch businesses all over the world, many business owners often wonder why their websites sit like isolated rocks on the expanse of a desert. How is it that some businesses do so well and many don’t? What is it about some blogs – as another example – that succeed and make money while most other blogs fade into the oblivion?
There has to be something missing for many businesses that don’t make it online (or offline).
That something, surprisingly, is the forgotten (or often dismissed) art of writing.
There was a time when writing was for writers. While copywriting was already at play for traditional businesses, it wasn’t regarded as important. The times were different then. Read More