Archive for March, 2016
In this digital age, businesses have done a lot to take substantial advantage of new technologies, getting their products online and onto social media sites. Digital programs have become the norm, and a lot of companies have put a lot of stake into them. But what happens when something goes wrong? Malfunctions, if they aren’t fixed quickly, can mean serious losses in profit for companies.
Indeed, software malfunctions aren’t the only thing to be on the lookout against. Security breaches are becoming a bigger and bigger problem, and they can result in vital information and data being stolen, which risks clients’ and workers’ security, as well as your own business rapport with customers and the industry.
Indeed, 87% of small businesses experienced a security breach in 2012 alone. The governm
Everything went as planned in the beginning. The photography studio opened in the summer and was pretty well established before the school year started. The high school seniors were the initial customers and since you were not yet too busy you were able to give every graduation portrait very specific attention. you had plenty of time for the photo editing. Time to develop new ideas for backdrops, unique opportunities for photo shoots.
The holiday photos were next. First Halloween, then outdoor family photos near Thanksgiving, and all kinds of Christmas photo shoots. All of those events are covered and now it is hard to know what comes next. It seems like a long time until next summer when you will know what to do again. The trick is to find out what to do in between. Those longs days and weeks until the
Do you have a small business or an independent project in dire need of a strong web presence? In the age of the Internet, using the best hosting service and digital marketing is absolutely essential in attracting customers and establishing a memorable reputation to carry you throughout the year. It can be difficult, though, with a flurry of new webpages cropping up every day and the millions of websites already in existence. How do you stand out among the crowd? Thankfully, there are a bevy of available resources to help you garner the client base you need to thrive. Let’s take a look at what cloud hosting services can do for you, with search engine optimization tips and email marketing to round out the pack.
The Internet And Business
Did you know there are over four
Within approximately the next decade an estimated twenty percent of the population will be over the age of 65. This is the “Baby Boomer” generation, and makes up the majority of prescription medication users. How will those in that demographic know if their medications are dispensed accurately? They need to trust their pharmacists, and believe that they are properly processing their doctors’ prescriptions, but the inaccuracies of human error can cause medical complications and possibly even premature death. What can be done to prevent this?
The answer lies within consumer loyalty to local pharmacies that use a retail pharmacy point of sale system, or pos system. By utilizing this software, independent pharmacies are able to maintain accurate customer records, increasing their ability to refill p
At this point, it seems like a no-brainer that every business should have a website. But that doesn’t just mean slapping up a web page with your business’ logo, contact information and calling it a day. Unfortunately, that’s not how the internet works. In many ways, a website is like a tree in the forest. And as the old adage goes, if no one is in the forest when the tree falls, does it even make a sound? Does it matter? Similarly, a website without certain key components might as well not even exist online, for it is lost in a sea of millions of other sites just like it, trying even harder to be visible.
Luckily, it’s not hard to make your business’ website a practical success. Here are three things that every business’ website needs:
Is your website fully optimized? Short fo