Social media networking sites play a significant role in the growth of your business in terms of popularity as well as profit maximization. It is not surprising to find that majority of organizations are having their official pages in the various sites like Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Google+
For many years now, majority of website projects I have worked on involved redesign of existing sites. Rarely have I come across a client inquiry that calls for development of a totally new website. There are still a lot of small businesses that do not have websites and there will be new businesses starting up […]
Everything you share, comment on, like, retweet or pin says many a things about you. However, this can be both a blessing and a curse while establishing yourself as a credible resource in any specific industry.
Although it is really about brick-and-mortar retailers who were supposed to be enjoying the crowds fighting for deals, this year, Black Friday turned out to be a hit for online retailers.
In the business world, you have to make your products and brands noticed by the people in order to make a good sale and ultimately a good profit. To make a business noticed by the people, you have to prepare a good marketing plan. Marketing is the key to success when it comes to any […]
Do you remember the article “‘Tis the Season to be Ready” posted before the 2009 holiday season? I had suggested that we were going to experience strong online sales during the 2009 holiday season. I am so happy to find out that I was not wrong.
As email messaging became this much involved in our lives, email marketing has also proven itself as a very effective and profitable direct marketing channel for all types of businesses, but especially for smaller ones.
I just came across a web site that I believe will help WiseClicker.com readers very much. I find it interesting that I found it coincidentally right after my most recent post “Wait! Don’t launch your site yet”, which is related to web site usability.
A while ago, I attended a meeting about entrepreneurship where a group of panelists talked about their startup experiences. These were all online ventures and two of these were startups looking for funding to take them to the next level, while the others were already in later stages. I left the meeting sincerely hoping that we can read the success stories of these new startups in business magazines and all over the internet in the very near future.
After spending the whole day at WordCampNYC on Saturday, I wanted to write this post about the event and a little bit about WordPress in general. The event was two days long, but I could only attend the first day and enjoyed every minute of it.