This week, I was unable to send out newsletters as the email marketing provider I am using had a major DDOS attack that disrupted their service (and mine).
Security is of fundamental concern.
And during the week, I have had to leave my glasses with the optometrist for a brief 30 minutes. At that time, I had the choice of sitting and waiting or running errands since I was out (no, not driving without my glasses, just walking) [Click To Read More ...]
According to MarketingProf, 86% of B2C businesses are using content in their marketing. Although not all are using it effectively, 90% of consumers report detailed content as helpful. (according to Uberflip). [Click To Read More ...]
Not every small business can air ads on Super Bowl, the most watched event of the year in the US. And not every business can have that hefty ad cost picked up by Intuit.
Yet businesses are spending on expensive ads everyday. Are these producing the desired results?
Is there a way to promote your business more effectively? [Click To Read More ...]
If you have not heard, Chinese New Year or Spring Festival is just around the corner and Chinese everywhere is gearing up for extensive family reunions and celebrations.
It’s the season for thanksgiving, reunion and spreading of blessings.
You see the word Blessings, 福 (Fu) in 100 different forms of calligraphy here (there are many different ways of writing the same word in Chinese). [Click To Read More ...]
Do you have too many emails in your Inbox?
Are you finding it time consuming to search for emails messages that have scrolled down the list too fast and are now lost in the sea of all other emails? [Click To Read More ...]