Newsletter Archive: May 2009

What Can the iPhone Do for Your Business?
Google has announced the addition of a "Businesses" layer to Google Earth for the iPhone. This means users can find businesses at the push of a button no matter where they are. By clicking on icons, they'll get additional information like the telephone numbers, reviews, hours, etc.

05.28.09
Is the Social Media Profile Replacing the Website?
Adam Ostrow at Mashable has an interesting post about social media making corporate sites irrelevant. The post talks specifically about a campaign that Vitamin Water is currently running, which directs consumers to its Facebook Page rather than its website.

05.26.09
Mobile Coupons - Savings Customers Won't Leave at Home
Consider the growing adoption of smartphones and other Internet-ready mobile devices. People are taking the web (and applications) with them everywhere they go. A recent study from Nielsen shows that the mobile web has grown by 74% in just 2 years.

05.21.09
Free Trial - hosted Microsoft Exchange from Rackspace
When it comes to email, downtime is something you simply can't accept. And you really can't afford to spend any more time in managing, maintaining and supporting your email application either. It's time to free up your resources and let the experts take care of your business email needs.

05.20.09
Business Puts a Value on Twitter Marketing Success
We've explored different ways to use Twitter for business repeatedly. There are still many doubters out there however. It is often hard to put a real value on it, but AdAge is talking about a pizza place in New Orleans, which has done just that.

05.19.09
All-in-One Ecommerce Solution, Increase Sales 14 Day Trial
Volusion wants to turn your passion into online sales. Whether you're an ecommerce expert or new to selling online, Volusion has all the tools to help you attract more customers and more sales. And...your first two weeks are on us!

05.18.09
Try Facebook Ads now and reach 200 million people
Reach your target audience - segment by age, gender, location, interests and more. The diverse Facebook audience ranges from teens to seniors.

05.15.09
Lack of Advertising Reflects Poorly On Your Business
Over 48% of U.S. adults believe that a lack of advertising by a retail store, bank or auto dealership during a recession indicates the business must be struggling according to research from Ad-ology.

05.14.09
Try MySpace MyAds - $50 Credit
Millions spend time on MySpace every day - why not expose them to your business by advertising on the country's largest social networking site?

05.13.09
A Checklist for Preparing Your Business for Disaster
Around this time last year, we discussed disaster planning and disaster recovery a number of times. These things are just as important today as they were then, so it seems worth bringing up again.

05.12.09
Get More Customers from Your Next Website Redesign
The Internet has made apparent that a business' website is an increasingly important asset, and many companies are now embarking on website redesign projects to "improve" their websites. However, in order to really get the most out of a website redesign, i.e. more leads and paying customers, companies need to construct their website in the context of a greater Internet marketing strategy.

05.11.09
Try Facebook Ads now and reach 200 million people
Reach your target audience - segment by age, gender, location, interests and more. The diverse Facebook audience ranges from teens to seniors.

05.08.09
What You Need to Know Before You Launch a Product
Launching a product is an exciting time for a business. But there is a danger of getting so caught up in the excitement that you forget to fully prepare your product and business for the launch. Unfortunately, there are a few common mistakes that entrepreneurs make when they launch a product.

05.07.09
Try Facebook Ads now and reach 200 million people
Reach your target audience - segment by age, gender, location, interests and more. The diverse Facebook audience ranges from teens to seniors.

05.06.09
7 Tips for Keeping Your Business Secure from Data Breaches
On average, data breaches cost small businesses over $6 million per incident. That is the number given by security company Fellowes. While data breaches are certainly a cybersecurity matter, they're not necessarily only a cybersecurity matter.

05.05.09
Try Facebook Ads now and reach 200 million people
Reach your target audience - segment by age, gender, location, interests and more. The diverse Facebook audience ranges from teens to seniors.

05.01.09

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