Operating a business can be tricky, especially if you don’t have the right tools at your disposal. From accounting to social media management, here are a list of our favorite and recommended resources for you to also use!
From smallbiztrends.com The truth behind displaying social proof on your website A whopping 66% of customers are more likely to purchase a product if it has some form of social proof that it is a quality item, via likes, reviews, mentions, testimonials, public...
Our first website designs back in the early 2000s were on Geocities and Myspace. We had to custom code HTML for everything. Those days are long gone thanks to the advancing technology and the awesome developers over at Elegant Themes.
What's In A Name? How to Choose The Right Domain Name For Your BusinessThe right domain name for your business... Whether you are considering a new venture or looking to expand into the online world, choosing a domain name for your business can have a significant...
Starting a successful business can be challenging, and growing it is essential. Here are 3 things you must have in place when you’re scaling your business.
Is employee morale low at your business? Are you not getting the results you hope for? Not to worry—you can quickly improve morale and become a better boss by doing a few easy things. Consider these 3 leadership hacks that can help you to become a better boss.
As a small business owner, you’re always on the lookout for tools which can enhance your business website to have the competitive edge it needs to succeed. In the digital marketplace, it can sometimes be challenging to set yourself apart from the competition and build a strong customer base without spending a fortune on paid advertisement. That’s why we’ve put together this list of 5 powerful add-ons that can help optimize your business website.
For most retailers, it used to be that Black Friday was the big kick-off to the holiday shopping season. In the last few years, Cyber Monday has outpaced Black Friday in sales. The reason for that is simple: When given the choice, most consumers would rather shop online at their convenience instead of dealing with long lines and in-person crowds. Today, online shopping is made even easier with access to mobile business apps. Are you considering developing an app for your company? Here are some pro tips to help you avoid costly mistakes.
Creating an add to cart link can be beneficial in many ways, especially when you have a conversion-optimized page that isn’t necessarily a product page…
Your website’s homepage gives potential clients their first impression of your business and if experts are right, it’d better be a good one. Time-strapped consumers have a short attention span, and they won’t waste their time on a poorly designed website trying to figure out if you can meet their needs — they’ll just move on. How do you make your message clear? With these three things that need to be on every business website homepage.
First of all, don’t spend another penny on another keyword research tool until you’ve read this article. We have purchased and tested over a dozen keyword research tools including Moz Keyword Explorer and Longtail Pro. We’ve even experimented with a ton of freebies like the Google Keyword Planner and Wordstream. From our research and testing, we found that the keywords that these tools spit out generally do more harm for your business than good. We’re going to break down why a majority of these keyword research tools are just taking your money and we’ll also show you the most powerful keyword research tool on the market.
You see the little blue chat icon in the bottom right corner? I know it doesn’t look like much, but once you click it… Boom. You see some awesome features that you don’t see with other chat software. We set up this WordPress chat plugin with mobile app for ourselves to provide our customers with a quick and easy way to communicate with us, even if we’re not in the office.
As an entrepreneur just getting started with your online presence, you’re basically presented with 2 options. Which of the 2 options sounds more appealing to you?
Option 1: You can set up your business in someone else’s store, at no cost to you.
Option 2: You can own or lease space for your business designated only to you.