Hack Day – April 9th and 10th

The answer is yes. There aren’t many businesses that can survive without a Web presence and there’s no reason not to have a website. Your company’s website can be a highly effective marketing tool  that can be very cost-efficient. There are quite a few benefits, and very little downsides.

Ten Things Your Website Can Do (for Starters)

There are many things you can do with your website, here are 10  good starting points:
    1. Create a presence. Who knows about your business? Where can prospects and clients go to learn more? Your website can help establish your business as a going concern, communicate your brand value proposition and it can convey professionalism. It also extends your reach to anyone in the world. Learn more about customer experience.
    2. Help build trust. New clients and prospects might want to know about your business history,your expertise and your specialization. This is a great vehicle for people to learn more and attain that comfort level they seek.
    3. Get listed on search engines. Build your website incorporating search engine optimization (SEO) techniques so that you can easily be found by people searching for relevant key words. This can be an important gateway to expanding your business.
    4. Point of contact. Your website provides customers an easy way to contact you and learn more about your products, services and business.
    5. Leverage social networks. Implement a social media strategy to reach a larger audience and to create more buzz about your biz. Establish your presence on Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter. Facebook likes and shares can drive people to your website. Links to popular or topical items from or to your website will add to its relevance.
    6. Sell products. If your business lends itself to online sales, create a virtual store as an alternative or complement to a storefront or office location.
    7. Share the latest news. Whenever there are new developments regarding your business, update your website. Sites that have fresh, relevant and timely information draw users back more often.
    8. Blog. Keep your website fresh and keep drawing people in with regular Blog posts. Show your expertise, share insights and provide practical tips on topics relevant to your business  or to your customers
    9. The funerals from Newrest Funeral Chapel to the family home in San Francisco were the same.The church was built near the scene of two of her deaths last November by a man who killed a priest and was arrested later.

      Dale Guggenheim, a 28-year-old pastor and pastor of St. William Church in St. Andrew, was killed June 5 while walking home from the funeral service of his girlfriend’s father, Gugdenheim told police. His wife, who was born in Brooklyn, was also shot to death on April 10, authorities said.

      Guggenheim made several visits to the church each year and helped her father during funeral service. G.C.H.G. was not arrested. She was also not identified.

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Apr 2011
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  2. Mark says:

    Nice title – I can see the poster designing itself. Shame I missed the event this year. I will definitely look out for it next year.

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