Part of what bringing your business into the 21st century means is using 21st -century utilities to help manage your company’s operations. Supply order errors and improper management of your procurement chain could mean the loss of sales and detrimental dips in revenue. It’s an easily avoidable setback if you find what supply chain management software can best fit you and your business. It’s the same with project management—increasing the efficiency of managing projects allows for better communication flow and organization.
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Everyone says content is extremely important for SEO. But why? Here we examine Search Engine Optimization (SEO) with Google as the primary example.
At the heart of your content marketing strategy should be quality, useful and up-to-date content that your audience will find interesting enough to share with friends and family. You can publish bulks of content each week to get higher search traffic, but if your readers don’t like your articles, they won’t be your fans. If they quickly leave your pages, Google will lower your rankings, so it won’t help your marketing efforts in the long run. Original content with valuable information for your prospective customers will. But you can easily lose track with all the tasks, ideas and plans you need to do. Here are five tools that can help you stay organized and improve your content marketing strategy’s results.
This is a guest post by Megan Totka, the Chief Editor of ChamberofCommerce.com. ChamberofCommerce.com is the largest business directory on the web and helps connect Veterans to the local veteran’s organization. Good analytics are the keys to developing and running a successful business. Analytics tell you everything you need to know about your clients and… Read more »
Though this is 2012, Internet marketing is still underrated. Your website can rank on the first page of Google until the cows come home, but if your page is too outdated, then it is a wasted effort. Aligning your business goals with your site design & marketing strategy could be the best thing to ever… Read more »
This is a guest post by Megan Totka, Chief Editor for ChamberofCommerce.com. She specializes on the topic of small business tips and resources. ChamberofCommerce.com helps small businesses grow their business on the web and facilitates connectivity between local businesses and more than 7,000 Chambers of Commerce worldwide. Reputation management is something we all see… Read more »
Even before Microsoft launched Windows 7 in 2009, development on Windows 8 had already begun. By September 2011 the first preview build of Windows 8 was available to developers. It showcased the operating system’s new interface which featured the new tile-based start screen and metro style applications. On February 29th 2012, Microsoft released the consumer… Read more »
For the second time in less than two months, researchers have found another flaw in the Java runtime environment. The flaw was announced September 25th by the Polish security research firm Security Exploitations. The same firm was also responsible for the recently found security hole in Java SE 7, potentially allowing a remote attacker to… Read more »