Do you want to build smarter forms and boost conversions? Using conditional logic is the first step to simplifying your forms. Here's how.
Are you looking for a way to pull over traffic and boost conversions? Creating an email list could be just the thing to help.
Blogging for your business has the potential to become a powerful marketing tool that pulls over traffic and boosts conversions. So, naturally you want to get the most out of it.
Do you want to make it easier for customers to contact you? There are lots of benefits, but is a contact form necessary for your WordPress website?
If you run a business, a simple contact method is the first step into winning new business.
You’ve no doubt heard of cloud accounting by now and how it claims to solve all of your accounting problems and more.
However, if you’re not convinced that cloud accounting is for you (or not even entirely sure what it is), we’ve put together a quick analysis of how cloud accounting measures up to traditional methods.
For small business owners, keeping on top of the small finances is imperative. And it’s no surprise they keep such a tight hold on their purse strings, with just 50% of small businesses surviving their first four to five years.
We hope you’ll never have to go through this but unfortunately it’s a common occurrence so it’s good to have a plan of action in place.
Sometimes the client will have just forgotten and sometimes they’re purposely avoiding payment. Whatever the case, you’ll be wanting to know what you can do as a freelancer to get the money that you’re owed.
Cover letters are no one’s favourite thing to write but they are an essential part of a job application. A cover letter is a way of introducing yourself and allows you to expand on the points outlined in your CV.
A recent large scale leak of financial documents has revealed just how high profile individuals secretly invest cash in offshore tax havens.
Businesses have had to ride out a lot of changes in things like new legislation, advertising trends, technology developments, market changes and customer expectations.
So naturally businesses, big and small have had to become adaptable in order to survive. While you may feel you’re on top of current changes, have you prepared for the future?
If you are a sole trader, contractor or freelancer, one of the debates you may have come across is whether you should get a business bank account or just use your personal one.
If you’re planning or have already started a new business, welcome to the business world! Now is a very popular time of year to finally make the leap from employee to entrepreneur, with all those New Year’s resolutions underway.
We’d like to think that most business owners are fully aware of things like Income Tax and Corporation Tax. However, there are other things to consider that you may not be aware of and payments on account is certainly one of them.
With so many people using the New Year to launch brand new businesses, we’ve seen a lot of questions about how to get started out online.
The first step to building a business online is to set up a website. A website acts as your central hub, featuring all the information customers need to know about you.
Whether you’re new to social media marketing or are looking to get more involved on behalf of your business, it’s easy to get confused by all the jargon floating around. In this post we’ll try to break down some of the most common terms you’ll need to know to master marketing on social media.