Skills Trending in Sales and Marketing

Skills Trending in Sales and Marketing

In the today’s business world, sales and marketing has become, quite evidently, the star of the show. If you have the world’s best product and it is not marketed well, then its targeted base customers will not able to find it. It’s quite obvious that the marketing industry is changing very quickly and so quickly that most enterprise are having a hard time keeping up. Sales and marketing skills, therefore, have moved closer to the…

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Web design part 21

Website Content Encompasses all the information and applications available on your website. It’s is very surprising to know that the contents of a website may be same with respect to other with some minor font changes but the basic thing behind every website is to make it more available and user friendly to the users. Why is this? Content is the same because the intention of most websites is the same – to bring visitors…

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Web design Part 24

Website Testing A process for evaluating the conformance of a site to an agreed set of guidelines. The aim of it is that the website is able to perform all its operation in a reputed and able manner. The purpose of testing is to ensure your website is capable of operating to a minimum acceptable standard, in order to meet the Goals that have been set for it. It is also a major event or…

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Web design part 23

Website Review This is because these sites are driven by a desire to retain total control of everything they do. As such, the only realistic option for the vast majority of firms is to seek the support of an independent Website Hosting company.Website Hosting companies number in the thousands. It is a good method to do all the works and be equipped with all thingsbut have very poor service. Others have highly knowledgeable staff, but…

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Web Design part 22

Experience shows that for web designing people allow very less amount for coding and do tribute most of time for their design and that’s important also as it defines what people wants and what they get from a website. Website Design is composed of several distinct disciplines, each of which embraces a range of skills. It is a collection of several inspiring innovations and new ideas. It should be taken care about design and should…

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Web Development Part 20

Business Goals Before proceeding for a powerful website you need to keep some basic business goals and ideas in mind of what should I do and how should I earn and what should be the basic outcome of this website. The hope is that you have a convincing and compelling motive in mind before you begin. There are many excellent reasons for developing a website. Some of the most common include: • To earn revenue:…

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Web Design and Development Part 19

Website Planning A process for identifying the Business Objectives and User Needs that drive the Development Cycle. Being the first step in a successful website development, it asks some questions which should be taken care of like: • Why are we doing this? • What value will our website produce (from the investment we are making)? • Who is our audience? • What do they want? Business Goals Before proceeding for a powerful website you…

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Web design part 18

Website Review The purpose of website review is to know that the goals have been achieved by the website which you created. It is the basic step of a website development.In the first phase of the Development Cycle (Website Planning) we learned about SMART goals: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Timely. It is this review which helps the users get to know about their website and run it properly. For example, you might have set…

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Website Design and development -part 17

Offline Publicity Offline publicity encompasses promotional activity that does not occur primarily over the internet. It is like the media through which we can make our website more popular and capable of doing everything. #1: Include your web address on all company stationery and literature. It helps people to know about your website and learn new ideas about it. #2: Invite the printed media to review a website. It helps you to know how effective…

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Web designing and development-Part 14

Service Level Agreement (SLA) An SLA is a contract that stipulates commitments about the quality of service a Host will provide. Some of the most important aspects to include are: 1. Availability: At least 99% time it should be available, although there are many servers which offer 100% availability but they demand high. (Note: 0.1% equates to about 9 hours downtime per year.) 2. Reliability: It should be reliable i.e. it should not get down…

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