Do you ever have days where you need to stay focused but your phone keeps going off? If you have an iPhone 6S or newer grab your phone charger, put your phone to charge, and go to Settings to start updating your iPhone software.
Ranking on the second, third, or even fourth page on Google is like screaming about your brand to a busy freeway. No one will notice.
Your brand needs organic (unpaid) traffic. Why? It’s pretty simple. Nine out of ten online experiences begin with a search engine like Google.
So how do you stand out against thousands of other brands? The answer lies in three little words: SEO.
Let’s face it. We’ve all become more distracted. The power to connect in a few words or with a funny tweet is an amazing concept. We can reach customers with powerful images, engaging videos, and a few sentences.
The Problem: Not every business has the budget to invest in a social media expert. That’s why we’re doing this short deep dive into effective content ideas for social media. It will help you draw true engagement from your audience.
Social media platforms are a mystery for many Virgin Islands businesses. Many companies have difficulty choosing a strategy to reach their target market. For this reason, many of them use what we call the Pokemon approach and try to “catch ‘em all!” That isn’t only the wrong strategy. It is very time-consuming and labor-intensive. If you’ve been wondering how to pick the best social media platform for your business, stick around. We’re diving into the best social platforms for Virgin Islands businesses.
Making choices can be difficult. That’s especially true when selecting the right content management system (CMS). It’s hard to know what’s right for your business. Such is the dilemma over whether to go with WordPress vs. Wix vs. Squarespace. The good news is you’re not alone. If you’re a brand new business (or an old one) looking to select your CMS provider, stick around! We’re comparing the top three choices for most businesses. Let us help you put the great website debate to rest.
The primary reason why most small businesses choose shared hosting or any type of hosting over their managed counterpart is cost. Yes, some choose unmanaged hosting for the flexibility it offers, but most don’t need it. If you are considering an unmanaged web hosting plan just because it’s “cheaper,” you might be making a mistake. Read this article to find out exactly why the managed plans are “expensive,” or rather, why they are a better value than the unmanaged ones.