March 5, 2014
Writing a business plan is not an easy task. It takes a lot of time and effort to get it right. When it comes to the executive summary, it is the most important part of the business plan. It is the first thing that is read by investors, and it is the part of the plan that gets potential investors to decide whether or not they want to provide you with the funding to get your business started or to help it grow.
Investors are flooded with business plans every day. They rely on the executive summary to tell them which business plans they should continue to read and which plans they should pass on. If a potential investor reads through your summary and wants to continue through the rest of your business plan, then you’ve successfully written a killer business plan’s executive summary. To make sure your business plan doesn’t end up in the trash, there are a few simple steps you can take to make your executive summary stand out and get potential investors to say yes.
February 19, 2014
If I haven’t introduced you to LearnWebDevelopment.com’s WordPress Bootcamp yet, I would like to today. Here’s what you get:
- 42 complete WordPress training videos that you can download and watch again and again.
- Two live sessions with our WordPress experts to better understand what you’re learning and ask any questions you might have.
- Personal 1-on-1 support from LearnWebDevelopment.com’s experts so you’ll never be alone as you learn.
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December 30, 2013
Just a quick reminder: Registration on LearnWebDevelopment.com’s WordPress Bootcamp is ending this week – January 2, 2014 at midnight.
If you want to learn WordPress – and create your first website in just a few days – this is the bootcamp for you! You’ll learn how to build a fully-functioning website using WordPress faster than ever before. Grab your seat today.
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December 24, 2013
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December 20, 2013
A mobile website is a highly functional, condensed, and simplified version of a full website, which is optimized for mobile consoles. Contrary to most beliefs, a mobile website cannot and should not replace a full website. It is but a means for a business to increase engagement with potential customers and visitors by leveraging on the portability, accessibility, and flexibility of a mobile device.
Why Develop a Mobile Website?
The use of mobile smart phones has risen significantly over the past years, and that is mainly because people have discovered more uses for these devices besides the traditional communication. There are many substantial advantages in using a mobile website, both from an individual and a business standpoint. Here are some of them:
Benefits of Using a Mobile Website
Wider Reach: The International Telecommunication Union, in its report entitled “Trends in Telecommunication Reform” published on February 2013, estimated that mobile subscriptions have risen to 6.8 billion worldwide. Out of the 6.8 billion, 2.7 billion connects to the internet.
Most industry analysts predict that mobile traffic will surpass non-mobile ones come Black Friday 2013. This is an industry tipping point that should prompt companies to re-think about their strategies and priorities, especially those who sell products and services online. Businesses should allocate resources towards mobile website development initiatives. Clearly, there has been a significant change in the way consumers access the internet and companies should take advantage of this change while it is still in its infancy. Being ahead in the game can mean a considerable progress in many aspects, which companies need to focus on sooner than later.
December 11, 2013
You’ve probably heard me mention the folks at LearnWebDevelopment.com in past blog posts. They’ve let me know that they’re going to be hosting a free live online training class, and I wanted to give you all the details.
The class is titled The Five Stages of a Web Design Business, and it will cover a lot of information that can help you in your web design business.
Here’s the outline for the class:
- The five stages of a web design business
- How to determine which stage your business is in, and how you can quickly progress to the next stage and increase your income
- Common challenges web design businesses face in each stage
- Which technical and business skills you need to run a successful web design business
- How to increase the value of each of your clients
- How to earn a full-time income working part-time
- Why 20% of your clients will generate 80% of your income, and how to stop wasting your time with the unprofitable 80%.
This class will be presented on Thursday, December 12, at 12:00 pm CST. After the information is presented, there will be a live Q&A session.
I encourage you all to take advantage of this opportunity. It’s free, and I think it could really help you move forward in your business.
Click here to register for this unique business opportunity.