2013 November

Questions to ask when Looking for a New Web Design and Strategy Company

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So you’re looking for a great design firm to create and maintain your ecommerce or business website.  With this process, there are many questions that should be discussed with prospective firms or individuals. These are the questions that will help you determine the ideal fit between your company or start-up and a web strategy and design firm. The following questions will get you on the right start on your search, so ask away! Questions you should ask a potential web strategy/development consultant: 1) How would you solve our problems?:  Clearly, if you are shopping around you are at least a little bit dissatisfied with what you have so far. Airing these grievances with a potential web firm will help them tell you what they can offer you, and how much it would cost. 2) Will my work stay in house or will it be outsourced?: Some firms are unable to do everything in-house….

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Social Media University: Social 3.0 Part 2

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Social can, and should be used for more than just Marketing. I can count on two hands and two feet how many times people have told me, “Twitter and Facebook are just for bored people, tweeting about their boring lives and bowel movements.” While this may be the case for some people (perhaps you should find new friends to follow on Twitter) Social Media for businesses can be a valuable tool for affecting your bottom line (no pun intended) and helping to find creative solutions for real-life business solutions. Like your first year of college, navigating the world of Social Media as a novice (or n00b, in internet lingo) can be equally challenging, exciting, scary, totally baffling and empowering. Using the following tips, you’ll breeze through freshman orientation and find yourself tackling more challenging upperclassman content in no time. Orientation: There is a reason Universities start with this class for…

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