Both WordPress and Joomla are what is known as CMS’s. Joomla started out in 2005 meant to serve portal-like websites, whilst WordPress launched 2 years prior in 2003 and was originally a blog-focused platform. Presently, both WordPress and Joomla have evolved into systems that are fully capable to run any type of website.
Small business blogging is one of the most powerful marketing tools in the modern, digital society.
So yes, this is a very self-involved blog post, as its content concerns itself completely with the reason for its own existence – and importance! However, please bear with all this narcissism and take the information seriously, as it could greatly benefit your small business.
The internet is the modern-day market square and if you don’t have a stand on this plaza, you have much less of a shot at selling your products or services to the contemporary villagers. In other words – if you mean business, you need a quality website. Here’s how the world wide web will work wonders for you…
Pathfind Media will gladly and effectively build and maintain your UK small business website from South Africa. Here are 6 reasons why bright Britons should seriously consider our services from Cape Town…
Your website is a living, breathing entity on the internet. Every update you make to your website plays a part in your interaction with visitors, customers, and powerful search engine, Google.
Think of landing pages as airports – they are quite literally the location on your website where your targeted prospects first “land” and from where you can lure them into your “country”. Sometimes called “squeeze pages,” these web pages are designed exclusively for conversion (getting people to do what you want them to do) and are the foundation of great e-marketing strategies. Well-designed landing pages are the gateway to new leads or online sales. Once the landing page of a particular offer (for example, your latest product or blog) is built on your domain, we run a Facebook campaign that will send your target audience flying off to your “airport”.