Just like any skill worth learning, getting up those Google rankings (aka Search Engine Optimisation) requires investment of time, genuine enthusiasm, as well as some hot coffee and a donkey whip when the enthusiam runs dry.
Website marketing means driving more customers to your website. Google is by far the most popular tool on the internet used to find websites. When a search is performed, Google will rank websites from most relevant to least. The most logical questions then follow:
Premium Email offers your business the benefits of big business technology at an affordable price. Staff members can access and view each other’s calendars, contact lists and emails anywhere, anytime via your mobile phone.
Participating in business awards can have a very stimulating effect on your business, and Melbourne IT is proud to present the Melbourne IT Award for Best eBusiness in the 2007 ActionCOACH My Business magazine Awards.
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The secondary domain market ie buying and selling of domain names at a premium price, is a burgeoning market with savvy online business operators and market speculators leading the way in online marketing.
Having a website is a great way for your business to connect with new customers. Unfortunately while building a website has brought instant success for some businesses, it has the potential to be an absolute disaster for others.
One key ingredient for building a solid customer base for your site is an email newsletter. This is also referred to as an e-zine – an electronic magazine that is sent on a regular basis by email or other online means.
Melbourne IT Corporate Brand Services (CBS) announced that it has helped Endemol Nederland B. V., producers of the global Big Brother programme, to secure the bigbrother.com domain name which has been owned by another party since October 2004.
A typical small business owner wears many hats. Apart from the onerous title of managing director (or something equally important), typically, he or she (that’s you) is also the account director, marketing manager, finance manager, bookkeeper and office janitor. And that’s just on weekends when the office is “technically” closed.