As a realtor, you may specialize in specific types of properties such as commercial or agricultural, or you may sell all kinds of properties for a specific area. You can use your general Top Level Domain (gTLD) to help potential buyers and sellers decide if you are the right agent to meet their needs. Take a look at some of the gTLDs below. How many of these describe your agency?
Chances are if you are a business owner then you are also the owner of a smartphone. A recent survey by AT&T found that 94% of small business owners use their smartphones to conduct business. 55% of owners believed that using their smartphone saved them time while 66% of business owners believed it saved their business money.
You understand the benefits that a website will bring to your business, but with so many options out there, how do you know which one is best? A good place to start is by looking at how your website will fit into your overall business plan. Every business operates differently and your website should enhance, not hinder your workflow.
Recently I started a new adventure with a personal blog. It wasn’t long after registering my domain that I began receiving loads of spam to my email. It seems everyone wants to design my website, create my logo, or boost my web traffic. Most of these I deleted without even reading. I did, however, get one that was especially bothersome.
If you’ve ever been on a support call before, you know how difficult it can be to help the person on the other end understand what exactly it is you’re seeing. Or maybe you want to capture a before and after shot to share with a colleague. Whatever your need, being able to capture screenshots can make your life a whole lot easier. Below are three different ways you can capture your screens.
Starting April 21, Google will be changing the way it determines search results of websites worldwide. By making changes to their search algorithm, Google is hoping to pressure more webmasters into providing mobile-friendly websites for users. According to the Pew Research Center, 63% of adults use their smartphones to search the web, and this number is only expected to increase as smartphones and tablets continue to increase in popularity. So Google is changing their algorithm to reward sites that are mobile friendly, and demote those that are not.