Two Website Gamification Tips To Help Increase User Engagement

Posted on: 16 June 2016

According to a survey conducted by Search Engine Land, 85 percent of respondents used the internet to find businesses in their local area. While having a website is required for attracting clients to your business, it can be hard to garner attention amongst all the other websites online and keep visitors who do visit your site engaged enough to eventually become customers. One way you can boost your online visibility while getting potential clients emotionally invested in your company is to incorporate a few gamification elements into your site.
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Two Ways Custom Software Can Help Your Enterprise

Posted on: 24 February 2016

Running a business is a task that can demand excellence and perfection from the business owner. The internet has made it possible for many small businesses to get started, but there are many business owners that lack the knowledge needed to make their enterprises work as efficiently as possible. If you are the leader of a growing enterprise, you might need to consider having custom software made for your enterprise. While this may represent a sizable investment in your company, it can provide you with two major benefits that may offset this cost.
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How To Lay Out A Web Content Strategy

Posted on: 5 August 2015

Developing a content strategy for the web takes some strong planning and organization. Here are the main steps to creating a great content marketing plan.  Coming Up with Goals for Your Content The first thing to do when coming up with a content strategy is to lay out goals for your content. These could include target numbers for your reach, a target for the volume of content, or goals for engagement statistics.
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Common Questions about Developing a Mobile App for Your Company

Posted on: 17 June 2015

Marketing has experienced a dramatic change in recent years as a result of the growth of the Internet and mobile phone technology. Many people rely almost exclusively on their cell phones as a computing device, and as a result, it is critical for enterprises to be positioned to reach these potential customers. Yet, this will likely involve the creation of a mobile application, and if you are not particularly tech savvy, you may benefit from having these two questions addressed.
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