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The Benefits of Running a Forum

Written by Chris McCarthy Posted in Website Design

The Benefits of Running a Forum

Welcome to our series on how to create a successful business website. If you followed the steps in this tutorial, you now have a professional looking website with effective copy and powerful calls to actions to get business from your website. You’ve added a blog and started writing content and have clear idea on how to promote your content. Today, we’ll discuss the pros and cons of adding a forum to your website.

41 Ways to Promote your Twitter Account

Posted in Social Media, Think. Dare. Do., Twitter, Marketing

41 Ways to Promote your Twitter Account

Having a Twitter account is an important part of any business's promotional strategy. Now that you have setup your twitter account, it's time to spread the word and get your tweets noticed. People follow you on Twitter because they find you interesting and like what you tweet about but it's up to you to get those tweets in front of the right people. We're going to look at ways to not only make your tweets better, but also show you how to build engagement and expand your audience.

How to check if a website displays well across multiple browsers and operating systems

Posted in Think. Dare. Do., Website Design

For your diverse audience

How to check if a website displays well across multiple browsers and operating systems

Good quality web design ensures the site works in all common browsers and systems (including Windows, OS 10 and Linux) and appears in all browsers in exactly the same way. This is a challenge for many webmasters. Inferior websites are only tested in Internet Explorer or Firefox and as a result, the site will contain errors or be slightly different in other browsers or other systems. There are fortunately several software and online solutions made available to website designers (html and CSS) to control many different browsers, different version numbers and different systems. Below is a list of tools and programs that perform a Cross browser check for potential problems.

Setting up your Google Plus Business Page

Written by Sherwin C. Posted in Think. Dare. Do., Social Media, Google+

Setting up your Google Plus Business Page

Google Plus is like the glue that holds all of Google's products together and is a fantastic socializing and networking experience. Every marketer should be using Google Plus as part of their strategy to build their brand's image online. The following articles will show you how to setup your Google Plus business page the right way and how to make the most out of the service.

10 ways to make your website more successful

Written by Chris McCarthy Posted in How to create a successful website, Think. Dare. Do., Website Design

10 ways to make your website more successful

This blog post is part of our series on how to create a successful business website. If you followed our advise, then by now you have a website up and running that looks great, has great sales copy and can gain the trust of your visitors. It also has powerful calls to action that tell your visitors what to do once they land on your site, meaning that you can capture leads and start a permission based marketing campaign (because your users signed up for this!). Today, we’ll be looking at how you can make your site even more successful.

Making the Most of Pinterest

Written by Sherwin C. Posted in Think. Dare. Do., Social Media, Marketing, Pinterest

Making the Most of Pinterest

Since its creation in March of 2010, Pinterest has become hugely popular. It also has huge potential for businesses that want to get their brand out there. There are well over 25 million Pinterest users, meaning that it's never short of an audience. Pinterest allows other users to pin images from your site to their boards allowing for massive amounts of exposure. Pinterest is about more than simply sharing images, its success lies in its focus on lifestyle and not products. Below, we'll show you how to bring your Pinterest boards to life, increasing exposure, engaging your followers and encouraging more interaction with your brand.

How your company can position itself for Valentine's Day

Written by Andrew Schooling Posted in Marketing Calender, Think. Dare. Do., Marketing

How your company can position itself for Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day has always been one of the more popular holidays for centuries. It has also always been a lucrative day for businesses of many types - such as floral shops, jewelers, restaurants and candy stores. However, with some ingenuity - any business can benefit by positioning themselves well for Valentine’s Day. 

In fact, Valentine's Day is not just for couples. Once that is factored in, there are no limits. Secondly, it is the more unusual gifts that often carry the most meaning. While anyone can buy a card, box of candy, flowers or go out for a romantic dinner - it takes much more thought to find something truly unique to show appreciations. Especially when consumers take into account what their loved ones, friends and colleagues would most enjoy.

 

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