Category: Small Business

87 Stunning Corporate WordPress Themes

On July 8th, 2017, wrote:

You want to get the most out of your money’s worth, but spending more does not necessarily mean getting the best. Especially when it comes to choosing corporate WordPress themes. WordPress, a platform that has always provided clients, social media and Internet marketers, entrepreneurs, and individual users with plenty of praiseworthy designs, offers great choices in Web design themes – and delivers great bang for your every buck. Modernize WordPress Theme $50.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Openhouse & Automotiv WordPress Theme $50.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Avada WordPress Theme $40.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Flare WordPress Theme $45.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Peekaboo WordPress Theme $40.00  |  Demo  |  Buy PureVision WordPress Theme $45.00  |  Demo  |  Buy U-Design WordPress Theme $50.00  |  Demo  |  Buy RT – Theme 9 WordPress Theme $40.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Elogix WordPress Theme $45.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Breeze WordPress Theme $45.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Solid WordPress Theme $45.00  |  Demo  | – Read the full article

34 E-Commerce WordPress Themes to Make Online Shopping a Breeze

On January 10th, 2017, wrote:

If you think E-commerce is just a fad – poised to flounder amidst economic crises – then think again. Thanks to the increasing popularity of smartphones and tablets, millions more people are shopping online and on-the-go. In fact, in a recent article by eMarketer, it was reported that mobile commerce (“M-commerce”) sales (including travel) in the US grew by 91.4% to reach $6.7 billion. And that’s just mobile. If one were also to consider the continued expansion of Wi-Fi availability across the US and all over the world, one will come to understand that E-commerce – regardless of the device driving it – is here to stay. WordPress E-commerce themes That’s why we created this fresh new list of WordPress e-commerce themes – to help you find the best possible look for your WordPress store. If you’re… giving your WordPress-powered site, blog, E-commerce site, or online store a makeover to herald the New Year, looking for ways to improve the – Read the full article

81 of The Best WordPress Themes

On January 1st, 2017, wrote:

You asked for it. Now we’re giving it to you: a list of the best WordPress themes of 2012. From designer WordPress themes to business WordPress themes – classic, elegant, simple and minimal, flashy and fancy, nice, naughty (or whatever adjective with which you want to describe them) – we’ve got the 2012 WordPress themes to suit your every need. The list is a result of our efforts to help users recognize the value of a content management system like WordPress, which, with its easy-to-use interface, rich SEO features, and excellent flexibility, is something we here at Lakeshore Branding have grown to love. And we hope you love it as much as we do, because we’ve got the best 2012 WordPress themes for your blog, company website, creative portfolio, wedding website, online magazine or news site, and online e-Commerce store. Let us know what your favorites are by tweeting about the post or leaving a comment below! Striking WordPress Theme $50.00 – Read the full article

Tracking Your Brand? Check Out These Online Reviews Monitoring and Management Tools

On May 22nd, 2016, wrote:

Last week we published a guide on how to monitor Google Places reviews, Web updates, and content changes. It was well-received by our readers, so we’d like to build on the post and share info this time on tools for online reviews monitoring and management. Hopefully, this list will help you track online reviews of your brand, product, establishment, service, or business – and enhance your reputation as more customers talk about you on Google Places, Yelp, online directories, local business listings, and social media sites. Or, if you’ve used any of the online reputation management tools below, do let us know by leaving a comment below and sharing with us your experience. Review Trackers Best value review monitoring solution: Launched early this year, Review Trackers is widely considered as today’s leading online review monitoring solution. It’s designed for businesses of all kinds and sizes, including mom-and-pops, SMEs, and enterprise-level organizations and companies. A Web-based application that’s simple, fast, and easy – Read the full article

Your Guide to Finding – and Responding to – Online Customer Reviews

On March 9th, 2016, wrote:

Somewhere out there, a person is talking about you. Your business. Your brand. Of course, you’ll want to listen and join the conversation. You have to, right? The Internet, though, is a pretty big place. If before, the reviews and comments of your customers only came in literally by word of mouth – well, today that’s no longer the case. A bad review on a site like Yelp or Google Places, a nasty blog entry by a vindictive, loud-mouthed critic, an unflattering picture of your establishment posted online, or even just a single unfavorable tweet: it can undo your life’s work. It can offset all the great things that you, your employees, your brand managers, your publicist, and your ad agency have been doing. And it can keep tons of potential customers from walking through your door. (One study even says that a single bad review can cost you 30 customers!) No matter how big the Internet is – and – Read the full article

Five Reasons Why Google’s Review Monitoring Dashboard Is A Disappointment

On March 28th, 2014, wrote:

Reviews are already a huge factor when it comes to helping businesses stand out and succeed online, and if there needs to be a definite sign to signal the value of reviews in the future, it has to be Google’s recent announcement of their Reviews Dashboard to help local merchants monitor reviews from across the web. But, alas, Google has disappointed with this product. In my humble opinion, this product is nothing but a shinier interface to display data that Google already had and were collecting over time. Here are five reasons why this enhancement from Google disappointed me: #1 – Real review monitoring is about being able to respond in the now Google seems to have adopted a model of “if we find it, we’ll report it” when it comes to monitoring reviews. This means that, unless they find a review (which may take days, weeks or months), you’ll never see it in the dashboard. Anyone who’s been doing – Read the full article

Marketing 101: Six Methods That Are Certain to Get Your Business Noticed

On November 4th, 2013, wrote:

When you have a business that you want to expand, it is important to know how to properly market your products and services. This can be much more difficult since it may seem, since you will need to dedicated a great deal of time and effort to creating an effective marketing campaign. This will involve picking out your audience, then using a variety of different tools that will get your business noticed by these people. Thus, here is a quick look at six different methods that will help your business get the attention that you need. Choose the Right Target Audience Before you can expect to experience success with any business, it is essential that you choose your audience. Most businesses make the mistake of choosing an audience that is extremely broad, hoping to bring in as many people as possible. The problem with this is that a broad message will rarely be able to appeal to everyone, meaning that – Read the full article

How To Lose Business And Alienate Mobile Audiences

On October 29th, 2013, wrote:

To say that we’re in the midst of a mobile revolution would actually be pretty inaccurate – it has already happened. Smartphone and tablet PC saturation across most of the world’s leading markets is heading toward total, which means a monumental opportunity for those in business who know just how to tap into this waiting goldmine. Unfortunately however, there are still tens of thousands of businesses…maybe even more…that are guilty of breaking some of the cardinal rules that come with winning over and making the most of mobile audiences. So with this in mind, here’s a look at just five of the ways you can instantly turn-off your mobile audience and yourself turned-off by your mobile audience in about five seconds-flat: Ignore Them Altogether This should technically count as rules one, two and three for the simple reason that to ignore mobile audience members is to eliminate them from contention. It’s probably the biggest no-brainer of them all and at – Read the full article