Options for an eCommerce solution have come a loooong way in recently years. Admittedly we used to shy away from eCommerce jobs. It used to be a long, expensive and time consuming process, but not any more. We’ve narrowed the choices down to 2 options we recommend to sell your products online.
In this article I’d like to give you a peak behind the scenes of Neurovision to give the website owner a glimpse into the work required to create a website and to keep it working at it’s optimal.
I try to systemise my processes as much as possible, but there is still manual work to be done, below I’ve outlined much of it.
WordPress powers more than 27% of all websites on the internet today. That’s a crazy huge figure. It’s popularity can be attributed to a growing list of reasons. Here are but a few.
Of course you do. Alongside traditional marketing material such as business cards, brochures and word-of-mouth which are not to be dismissed mind you, being found on Google for search terms relating to your product or service has become paramount to increased business.
If business has been a little slow and you’d like to promote more interest, why not reach out to your audience? Who knows? You may have exactly what they’re looking for without knowing it.
There’s a few simple techniques anyone with a little bit of internet-know-how can do to attract more visitors to your site and in turn, more business.
Website design has come a very, very long way in the past decade. The fact remains however, managing the site’s content is not the same as using a Word Processor.
CMS (Content management system) frameworks such as WordPress are very clever, but at the end of the day they’re trying their best to interpret your formatting (eg: the position and size of an image) and turn into a nice clean design and clean code for your website.
This is a topic that’s been done a thousand times over. The article below is based on questions I’ve often been asked over the past ten years. The questions are specific to dealing with small businesses and schools in Australia.