Tumblr is one of the most intriguing destinations online. Technically, it’s a micro-blogging platform, but stands out from Twitter by offering both blogging and social networking capabilities. Whatever you want to call it, Tumblr is a force to be reckoned with.
While there has been talk of a decline in traffic since the Yahoo acquisition, recent data from comScore suggests that traffic is steady and may have in fact increased. Such numbers can be debated all day, but there is no denying that Tumblr is alive with activity. If you’ve been on the fence about whether this platform is worth the time and effort, here are six compelling reasons why your small business should have a presence on Tumblr.
Whether you are a mom-and-pop store or a multinational organization, you will have to take to the Internet to reach out to your end customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders. With increased globalization and industrialization, businesses not only have to face increased competition but also expand their marketing and communication channels to almost all corners of the globe.
So it is only natural that they rely on the Internet to communicate and collaborate with their partners and clients. The Internet has brought in a world of change in the way business is conducted. The medium has also transformed the legal dynamics of conducting business and interacting with customers online. Internet law firms in New York help their clients make sense of these complex legal issues and stay on the right side of law.
Without the services of one of Australia’s search engine optimisation companies, you do not really exist. All right, say rather that your website does not exist to any appreciable degree if search engines cannot find it or, worse still, find it but rate it so low that it is the effective equivalent of a sentence of death to your online ambitions. The whole purpose of SEO is to breathe life into dormant online endeavors and search engine optimisation companies can assist with this goal.
The use of technology is now wide spread and it has opened us up to many new experiences. It is designed to simply our lives, yet a lot of the technology can seem confusing, especially when it comes to the law. File sharing is one of the areas that can fill people with dread for fear of being prosecuted, yet it can be a valuable tool used in everyday life that poses no legal risks what-so-ever.
When creating a successful online company, customer service is everything, and we mean everything. If a company has amazing customer service, then they have a high chance of success. On the other hand, those with poor (or even horrific) customer service are bound to go up in flames. Why? Well because customers are what keep the business going, and without them, you’ve got nothing. So, to help you avoid getting involved with a company that doesn’t care about you, we’ve made a list of the top three signs that an online company has horrible customer service. Check them out below!
What exactly is ‘The Cloud’? It sounds mysterious, and if you’re new to cloud computing then the word ‘cloud’ probably doesn’t mean very much at all. It might be nothing more than a concept or a word that you’ve used vaguely, without a real understanding. This short guide to the cloud should explain what it is in a little more detail, but anyone feeling completely baffled can bring their cloud knowledge up to date with help from an IT support company:
Posted in Ecommerce on February 11th, 2014 by Andreas Xavier
There are some interesting ecommerce trends that may become increasingly more important as the year progresses to drop shipping businesses and, of course, ecommerce operations. Staying tuned in to what’s happening in the industry can help you plan for changes that can help your business grow and thrive. Keeping up with the best practices can even help you nudge past your competition and make some great business strides in 2014.
Cloud computing has received a bad rap since first being introduced. The mainstream press has painted it as a risky approach to data storage. According to them, it’s unreliable and costly. The reality of cloud computing is it’s scalable, reliable, secure, and cost-effective, and the increasing popularity of cloud computing just goes to show this.
The job of a business analyst is anything but straight forward. Following what can be years of training, a business analyst’s career is a continually evolving learning process. Ensuring that the requirements specifications process is successful is key to a successful career within this industry, and in this guide we look at the reasons why. Read more…
If you are planning to connect with your customers’ regularly then blogging is way to engage with customers and other people having similar interests. But be aware that the “human” element in the blog is very important.
Although most of the companies today use blog as a tool of marketing but essentially when you connect with customers, you naturally benefit by increasing your bottom line. If you listen to your customers, you also end up learning many new things from a network of similar minded people and get loads of ideas to improve your product and services.
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