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Shared Hosting: A Professional Solution?
Professional web hosting services provide business owners with a valuable opportunity to maximize the utility of their Internet presence with powerful custom site building tools that allow even individuals with limited technical knowledge to create eye-catching web pages for their businesses and 24/7 technical support to instantly alert webmasters to any issues with their sites or even address potential issues before they manifest themselves.
Technology trends come and go faster than most business owners can keep up with them. However, every now and then a trend will stick around and continue to evolve. In 2015 and beyond, there are a handful of tech trends worth keeping an eye on, as they will significantly impact business processes across multiple industries.
From an internet marketing perspective, few things are as powerful as social media. Sites like Facebook and Twitter give small businesses a unique opportunity to put their brand in front of millions of people who would otherwise be unreachable. However, despite the vast potential of social networking sites, most businesses take an uneducated approach to this marketing tool. As thousands of businesses have learned, social media is nothing to play around with. Even one seemingly tiny error can bring serious backlash.
In today’s electronic world, it is easy to overlook the importance of traditional types of marketing. Marketing brochures, leaflets and business cards can often feel irrelevant when it is so easy to fire off an email with a few electronic attachments. But before you ditch the brochures and throw your business cards in the bin, here’s why business cards are still a valuable marketing tool.
Literally thousands of e-commerce sites are set up each day. Whether you’re an individual simply looking to monetise your hobby, or you’re a business looking to get into the potentially lucrative world of online retail, if you are careful, and plan correctly, your web store can be extremely successful.
Globalization, the internet revolution, and the removal of barriers to international trade have enabled small and medium businesses to compete with big corporations on the global stage. Today, a small company situated in China or Indonesia can cater to customers around the world. However, mere access to the international market is not a guarantee of success. To succeed, it is imperative for businesses to create a global brand and achieve global brand awareness.