In recent years, the way people consume online content has become increasingly visual. Today, the web visual experience on a website or app has a direct effect on the conversion rate. New Age… Continue reading
The immediate impact of COVID-19 has been swift and difficult, forcing companies to adopt new ways of doing business. It’s very important to develop an e-commerce strategy for a successful digital transformation.
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Consumers have embraced ordering online for goods, services and food during the COVID-19 pandemic and many likely won’t switch back to their old habits. Swaths of late adopters also… Continue reading
Before building your e-commerce site, you have to step back and create your e-commerce marketing strategy by answering a few basic questions. Perhaps the most important question is why your customers should choose you over… Continue reading
Ranking for the right website keywords can make or break your website, meaning research is absolutely vital. By researching your market’s keyword demand you can not… Continue reading
The success of a company’s website depends on a reliable network. Here are tips for making sure you build a network that provides a stable web environment to meet business needs. – Network… Continue reading
If you own a business, you need to answer this important question: Does your company have a website? If it doesn’t, it ought to. Naturally, online businesses require websites for marketing and selling products or services by definition, but even local brick-and-mortar business needs to be discoverable via the web. Word of mouth only gets you so far in this internet-centric age. These days, people discover new businesses—even local business—via Bing, Google, and Yahoo, search engines that make it incredibly simple to find companies’ products, operational hours, and prices. If your business doesn’t appear in the search results, especially on the first page, it’ll be difficult for potential clients and customers to find you. In other words, no website, no money. You do not want that. Of course, web hosting isn’t just for businesses. You may want to host a personal website for many reasons.
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When a new business is created, much thought goes into what it should be called. Even before the internet became
a shop window and trade floor for the majority of businesses, choosing a company name could be problematic; was
it already registered somewhere? was it copyrighted? Today, there is also the need to obtain the rights to online domain names that exactly or closely match the company name.
For organizations with global aspirations, despite all the new domain extensions (.city, .bio, .market etc.), only .com
will do. Others may want their domain to appear more local, .fr, .de, .co.uk and so on. Once settled on, the
reputation of an organization’s online domain will form an essential part of its overall reputation. If web sites or
online applications perform poorly, or their security is compromised, the domain reputation and, therefore, overall
For the majority, the internet is now essential to transacting with consumers and other businesses. For some, it is everything, the full extent of their kingdom that needs protecting at all costs. Too many are still not doing this adequately. Continue reading
Business owners, answer this important question: Does your company have a website? If not, it should. Naturally, online businesses demand websites for marketing and selling products or services, but even brick-and-mortar businesses need to be discoverable via the web. Word of mouth just doesn’t cut it anymore. These days, people discover new businesses via Bing, Google, and Yahoo, search engines that make it incredibly simple to find companies’ products, operational hours, and prices. If your business doesn’t appear in the search results, especially on the first page, it’ll be incredibly difficult for potential clients and customers to find you. The TL;DR? No website, no money. No one wants that. – Web Hosting Services Continue reading