With so much focus placed on web performance and optimisation, content distribution networks (CDN) are vital for delivering content. These networks can help your business perform better, reduce costs and retain more customers.
All sorts of businesses rely on brand image whether you’re a start-up trying to enter the market or an established company. Brand image is one of the most important aspects of a successful business as public perception is essential. This is especially the case in today’s digitally-driven world where you can find most of your target audience on the internet.
Today’s digital-driven world is rife with talks of AI (Artificial Intelligence) and robotics displacing many human jobs. While it may not happen in the near future, it is certainly not as far-fetched as it was a decade ago.
With technology advancing at a frightening speed, it is only a matter of time before we see major developments across numerous sectors. Artificial Intelligence tools could one day generate content, automatically correct grammar, spelling and proofread emails among many other applications.
Google is the most widely used search engine with more than 3 billion daily searches. Considering the exceptional audience reach, Google My Business (GMB) should be your first choice for listing your business online. If your store locations are not on Google, you might as well not exist (at least in terms online search queries).
Be relevant by claiming your Google My Business listing providing all the right information to interested people. The process is relatively straightforward but our checklist empowers you to further optimise your business listing. We show you how to create GMB listings whether you have one or 20 business locations. But first, let’s take a look at what is and why you should consider GMB as soon as possible.