By now, you should have at least heard about the Heartbleed Bug. It’s got IT teams across the planet in a panic, and has gained a lot of awareness due to the fact that it’s a vulnerability within a technology we rely on for security and privacy. This article will hopefully answer a few of your basic questions, and shed some light as to what’s going on…
Google gets a facelift
Google, the mother of all search engines gets a facelift. The Fashion week is officially over, and as some key trends for 2014 are starting to emerge, Google has decided to roll out a new look for the search results page.
You’d be amazed at how many website owners neglect their websites post-launch. Whether you’re investing $100 or $100,000 into your website, you need to get the best out of your investment – just like you would any other. Would you hire an employee and ignore their needs for growth or career development?
Social Media monitoring, or listening as it often called, is carried out to get an understanding of the conversations taking place in the social ecosystem. Regardless of you listening or not, conversations about your brand, competitors, industry are and will continue to take place. So it makes perfect sense to listen to what people have to say about you and your competitors.
Whether you’re a one-man-show, or a fairly large multinational organization, your basic communication requirements remain the same. We all need email, file storage, calendars, and other tools to help us operate our businesses efficiently. Google Apps offers a highly effective, cost-efficient bouquet of services that businesses of virtually any size can benefit from tremendously.
Most brands are ready to step up on the bandwagon to join their competitors or simply to have a presence on social platforms. Content is posted, competitions with large media spend bring in more fans and the brand is content with their Social presence. What a lot of brands are not doing is actually LISTENING to their audience.
WordPress is built primarily for blogs, but the platform is modified quite often to operate as a full-on content management system. It is robust, stable, secure, amazingly supported by a large community of developers, full of features, and boasts some absolutely gorgeous themes. What’s even better is that it’s open source, so licensing fees are nothing you need to be concerned about