Tagged: small business

Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality in India

It is the consumer that would be most harmed by net neutrality regulation. Decreased network capability, over time, would deny consumers new bandwidth intensive services, both from operators and those who provide services over the operators’ networks. Additionally, as operators increasingly turn to access charges to support network deployment and management, the charges for that access could increase anywhere from $10 to $55 a month for the average consumer. The price of access would increase to the point where consumers might be unwilling or unable to pay it. This could have the effect of discouraging consumers to connect – an ironic turn of events when the objective is universal broadband access.

social recruiting for small business

Social Recruitment For Small Business

The advantage of social recruitment is the ability to reach a significant number of people quickly and easily compared to traditional recruitment process. The interactive aspect of social recruitment is also extremely attractive – most companies have pages on social networking websites where candidates and recruiters converse real-time. One huge plus to social media as a recruitment tool is its low cost, which makes it ideal for a small businesses.

How To Use Google+ Local To Promote Your Business

When it comes to social media marketing, especially with enterprise focused campaigns, Google+ has Thus far taken a backseat. But, when it comes to local, Google+ is arguably a more important asset than Facebook or Twitter. Ever since Google connected Places For Business with Plus, to serve a more integrated profile, it has become crucial for business’ to pay importance to their updates and presence on Google+ Today there are more than 500 million Google+ accounts, with an estimated 343 million of those being active. Those stats will only continue to grow, because Google strongly encourages searchers, Gmail users and YouTube...

Small Business Blogging

Small Business Blogging It is surprising when many business owners and entrepreneurs question, “Do I really need a blog, when I already have a website?” If you are running a business website without a blog, you are missing out on some big opportunities to engage your prospects and increase website traffic.  In today’s social media-driven world where engagement with your customers is expected online, blogs are essential to marketing your business. For some small businesses, their blog has become the de facto public relations department. For B-to-B companies, blogs are solving a big problem: bridging the feedback loops between end customers and channels....