There’s no doubt that ConnectWise makes life a lot easier for MSPs like yours, helping to automate workflows, ensuring centralized access to customer information, providing real-time visibility into prospective clients and more. In fact, the only downside worth mentioning is the process involved when integrating the platform with website contact forms, which was something that had to be done manually, until now.
Over the past several months, we’ve been working behind the scenes to build and launch our new eCommerce website platform. As with our Managed Website solution, our eCommerce websites come with unlimited support and on-going maintenance.
Whether you’re a full-fledged online store with hundreds or thousands of products, or you just want to sell a few items through your website, our program has the flexibility and affordability to meet your needs.
Every company considering new products or services should know what alternatives are out there. That's especially true for a key area of business, like your online presence. When it comes to your website and presence, small businesses should consider the four following options.
Building a website is a vital part of any business. It starts by defining the purpose and goal of your site. Will you be providing information? Selling products? Building community? Perhaps it's a mix of many things. Prioritize your objectives, and then start to work.
Now that you have witnessed the creation of your website, and your site is live, you will likely realize how much work and talent goes into a well-maintained and successful website. You may think that your website is now finished and can be launched upon the world as an entity of its own, but that is not true.
The Internet is an enormous and global entity. There are trillions of web pages and billions of web sites, which can be accessed via your web browser. Optimizing your site for search engines is an important way that potential customers can find you.
When using a web browser search engine, each is mathematically calculated to produce search results based on certain specific criteria.
When you’re interested in buying a new car, where do you look for information first? The Internet.
Where do you look if you need centerless grinder measurement or a chip and scrap removal conveyor? You start on the Internet.
So do your prospects.
You are in the manufacturing world. It doesn’t matter whether you’re in aerospace, automotive, construction & mining, household appliances, or metalworking. You make stuff and you’re good at it.
How good are you at First Impressions? It’s not naturally your business, but it’s a critical component of your marketing strategy.
Your About Us page is the page on your website that gets the highest number of visitors or close. At least it should be, since it is a "make or break" page for a website. Providers like Google and ClickBank, do recognize the value of having a killer About Us page for customers and visitors to run effective Pay Per Click (PPC) affiliate campaigns.
Why do you need a content strategy?
A content strategy is the blueprint that will guide you in your content organization. Whether you are posting for a blog or blogs, website or other media, having a content strategy will enable you to focus on the parts of content marketing that matter.
Online advertising is a tried and tested method of creating brand awareness, generating leads, and bringing in sales. However, there has been a change, the features put in place by market leader Apple to block ads on their mobile devices and on computers have made it more difficult to reach out to targeted audiences and markets through online ads.
It is common belief that a brand should be on all social media networks to cast the marketing or audience net wide. That is wrong. What you need to do is get onto the most popular platforms and maintain a strong, constant presence. This way you can stay on top of things with fresh content and immediate responses to questions and comments.