Category: Small Business
You may be a do-it-yourself kind of website owner. If so, having a basic understanding of how websites work will give your small business the online advantage it needs. Becoming SEO and social media savvy is also within your grasp. These simple tips and tutorials will help you succeed online.
Many small business owners feel, deep down, that they’re wasting their time muddling through social media. Your social success may improve simply by adding relevant hashtags to your posts.
If you’re a small business owner experiencing a financial hardship right now, consider looking to social media to discover ideas that may help you adapt your business for long-term survival. Social media will also help you stay connected with your devoted customers who are thinking not only about your product or service right now, but also your well-being.
So you want a website with the so-called “Wow” factor. Your goal is to impress well-to-do clients with your striking, colorful design. You’re not alone.
As a small business website owner, you may have discovered Google’s Featured Snippets as you were researching SEO. Now you want to learn more. This absolute beginner’s guide will give you the quick introduction that you need.
Curious if your website is user-friendly? It may not be easy to tell at-a-glance. A user-friendly website has these 8 characteristics.
This beginner tutorial explains what it means to be mobile-friendly. It also describes 3 simple steps you can take to improve your small business website or blog for your mobile visitors.
In this infographic, we’ve included caution signs, hurdles and stumbling blocks that may get in your way as you consider starting a small business blog.
Sure. There are many great reasons to blog. But there are hazardous conditions that may squelch your good intentions. Blogging is not for every small business. Before you jump in, here are some important things to consider.