Great relationships are at the centre of any good business. It is a prerogative of any business, big or small and regardless of nature of business to cultivate the kind of relationships that let it thrive. And so it is with the web designers to seek such kind of relationships with their clients.
With an emphasis on Web Design/Development, Web Technologies, Software, Online Marketing, Business and Personal Growth, the Synergy Kinetics blog is published once a week on Thursdays.
No one can pass up an opportunity to win. Setting up a competition is one of the sure ways of getting more followers on social media and subsequently more customers. Media, even in the traditional sense has always been instrumental in spearheading the drive to acquire more customers through massive engagement.
It’s a strange term isn't it? The cloud. To the uninitiated, the phrase brings about concepts of fluffy water-based formations up in the sky. With reference to the Web however, “The Cloud” refers to a collection of computer, information technology and software applications by means of a network connection.
For as long as I can remember, I had always been gripped by a horrible fear. I am sure you can relate. The questions that race through your mind when you are confronting a new situation. What if it’s the wrong thing or what if it's the right thing and I can’t handle it. Fighting this overpowering fear is something I battle with all the time.
Some things just go well together; like fish and chips or nuts and bolts. And so it is with logos and websites. The relationship between a logo and the website on which it appears is a close-knit situation. It is therefore incomprehensible that you have a great website without a great logo to go along with it.
The basic tenets of marketing have not changed much with the arrival of Online Marketing even though the approach is vastly different. Whether doing things the traditional way or marketing online, one effective approach to increasing sales- the up-sell, remains a viable consideration for any business.
As human beings, it is in our nature to thrive when we feel like we are making progress, when we are seeking and discovering better versions of ourselves. This is why we feel good after an achievement such as graduating from college or receiving a raise at work.
Most people today have at one point or another heard of a business plan and have most probably been told or believe that a business cannot succeed without it. But can’t it really? Before we can answer this question we have to explore the benefits followed by the downside of having a business plan.
I’ve always been fascinated by Information Technology. The fascination extends beyond what collective great minds have achieved to how they were able to achieve it. Just being able to view this blog post as you are doing now is a culmination thousands of technological advancements and millions of individual contributions.
Whenever we are involved in an activity, there are phases that we go through. With each moment we make headway and can see for ourselves how far we have come. Looking back and measuring progress allows us to gauge the level of success in that particular task.