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Successful online selling is all about finding the right niche products

Before you start to sell products online, there are various factors to consider. There is fierce competition in online sales, so before you set up your store and even before you decide on a name for your business, you need to select the products you intend to sell. I

Create your first website with this beginner’s guide

The vast majority of businesses already have a website of their own. But if you a new start-up or are one of the few that would like an online presence but doesn’t currently have one, what are your options? When… Continue Reading →

5 rules of thumb for effective staff and customer communication

Communication is key to the success of any business, large or small, whether that be internal communication or communication with customers through marketing materials. It tells staff and customers a great deal about the business and its values. Business communication… Continue Reading →

Tips to keep your private information, er … private

Privacy was something that we once took for granted. But thanks to increased levels of surveillance by governments, huge volumes of data being collected by companies and more of our day-to-day business being conducted online, privacy is no longer a… Continue Reading →

5 tips on how to improve your productivity at work

Whether you are an employee or a business owner, understanding how to improve your productivity at work should be a priority. Everyone, whatever their position within the company, can feel pressure if things are not going to plan. Thankfully, there… Continue Reading →

How to sell online – build your first shop

When you start to think about how to sell online, the technical implications of building an e-commerce website or the considerations in complying with legal regulations can seem overwhelming. So, we’ve compiled a simple checklist to help you plan and… Continue Reading →

I have social media – why do I need a website?

Today, approximately 20% of small businesses are opting to use social media platforms instead of investing in their own website [1]. The website building process can feel a little like purchasing a property – lots of work to make it… Continue Reading →

What is website maintenance and why is it important?

There are a number of common reasons why website maintenance is needed – content changes, corruption (accidental or mischievous), the law changes, your requirements change, or maybe the developer didn’t understand them in the first place and correction is required…. Continue Reading →

Don’t let email take over your day. Take control with these 5 strategies

It’s been scientifically proven [1] that a higher email workload equals higher levels of stress. We know that emails are a necessary element of business life, but there are ways in which you can make it easier on yourself. You… Continue Reading →

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