Sometimes your business needs stock photos. Whether for advertising or background or just simple in-store promotional efforts there are times when you need a picture of something. And as much as you might like to go grabbing something of Google Photos, you know that phrase “picture may be subject to copyright” can mean deeply unpleasant things for your business. And as such, we’ve got a special head-to-head comparison of two of the biggest sites out there: pixmac.com and istockphoto.com. But which one is better for your business? We’ll take a look at that right now.
Chances are you’ve been thinking about getting in on the mobile website craze, but you’ve probably been taken aback, wondering if it’s even necessary. And it is, in some cases. You’ve seen a bit of it here already, but I’m going to give you a quick rundown on just when a m.you.com website would be a smart idea.
Groupon seems to be taking over the coupon world. Is this a smart business move for you? You may think Groupon is a simple process but I delve into the backbone of the program.
What’s the one key advanced element to true marketing and advertising of your small business? It’s simple: knowing your community.
To be simpler, knowing your target audience. Your demographic.
One thing is clear–if you’re going to sell something, you’re going to need to take money. And you’ve got plenty of options when it comes to taking money: cash, check, credit cards…but the farther you get from cash, the more complex it will get. Thankfully, there are plenty of options when it comes to taking payments via credit card.
One thing is absolutely certain, if you’re in a small business; what you sell, you must ship. Shipping becomes an indispensable part of any small business, if you’re dealing in any kind of product. It’s a downright necessity, and when it comes to shipping, one of the first things that comes to mind has to be UPS. And that’s why we’re taking a look at the UPS Mobile app.
You’ve probably asked yourself about a mobile website for your small business. While mobile surfing isn’t as ubiquitous as the regular web, it’s rapidly getting there. iPhone and Android phones represent three out of every four new phones released, so you’re probably wondering if it’s worth your time–and your money–to get in on the trend as a way to market your business. The answer is nowhere near so simple.