A company is only as good as its employees.
Across the globe, mobile devices dominate total minutes spent online.
Mobile applications are the thing of today. If your business doesn’t have an app, you won’t be among the top-notch competitors in the market.
It’s a good time to reflect on your business’ progress and plan how you want to grow your business in the new year.
Recent research shows that 67 percent of small businesses have or plan to launch a mobile app by the end of 2017.
Customer loyalty is an important building block for the positive reputation of a business.
Shares have become the social media marketing equivalent of gold, especially for small businesses.
Analyzing these important mobile metrics will allow you to uncover issues with your app early on, as well as roll out improvements with every update.
Getting reviews is the first place to start.
Visual content is king.
With these mobile apps, your small business will be ready for anything that gets thrown its way.
History has given us great personalities who went on to become famous leaders. The times they lived in might be different from ours, but their message still holds relevance.
According to Twitter research, 49 percent of consumers seek purchase guidance from social media influencers.
Ninety-two percent of consumers trust referrals from people they know, and 77 percent of consumers are more likely to buy a new product when learning about it from friends or family.
As a small business owner, you need to wear a lot of hats.
Since its launch 7 years ago, Instagram has become one of the leading social media platforms for image-based content, with over 600 million active monthly users.
Paid advertising can be a great way to guide more traffic to your site and increase business, however it can be an expensive endeavor if you don’t really know what you are doing.