There is no doubt that COVID has changed the way we all see the world, and particularly how we go about work. With thousands of people still working from home due to shutdowns or quarantines, we have to think outside the box when it comes to managing our workload. With the help of Caldiatech, you can design the right programs and platforms for your business and keep up with the competition, no matter where your employees are!
Happy New Year! As we move into 2022, it is time to look back on the challenges of 2021 and make a plan to move forward in 2022, making it the best year ever for your business! The Challenging Year One word that stands out as we review 2021 is “challenging.” Between the pandemic, lockdowns, … Read More
The New Year is a great time to take stock of your SEO strategy and see if it is meeting your current needs. We all know that not only do our needs change, but over time our client base evolves as well. Customers who were once dedicated online shoppers on their laptops are now moving to mobile phones, and those who were resistant to using websites to seek out information now find they are the primary source for answering questions. Because your client base is always changing, your website and SEO strategy should also change to meet demands.
Have you ever felt that your technology manager isn’t listening to you?
Some technology companies take the approach that “the less the client knows, the better.” This wrongful attitude springs from a lack of understanding of client needs as well as a belief that clients cannot understand the technical aspects of Internet marketing. This is simply untrue, and at Caldiatech we include our clients in every aspect of their online growth.
The latest predictions to come from financial experts are showing a strong holiday shopping season, with anticipated spending increases of between seven and nine percent over 2020. Some experts predict that holiday sales may exceed $1.3 trillion this year.
With more than two-thirds of this shopping occurring online, it is important for businesses to be ready for the holiday surge. Competition is fierce, and having the right website and SEO plan is crucial for success for businesses this year.
Social media is an extremely powerful tool to help you grow your business, but many business owners do not take advantage of this amazing resource. This may be because they lack the skill to successfully manage social media. It could also be because they simply do not understand all the ways social media can help a business get noticed by potential customers and clients. No matter what the reason, ignoring social media in today’s market is essentially leaving money on the table. With a solid social media plan, you can keep your business active and growing with the help of Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and other platforms.
Some small- to medium-sized businesses struggle with a basic question: what is the most cost-effective way to handle IT? In some cases, they may believe that it is easier to hire a part-time or full-time dedicated IT employee to handle not only their digital resources but also their internet-based marketing than to outsource these jobs. The question becomes: does it make sense to pay an employee for this work, or should I consider outsourcing this job to a contractor?
With new variants of COVID-19 appearing, many employers are considering extending their “work from home” protocols into the near future. In fact, several big companies, including Google and Amazon, have announced plans to keep workers home until at least 2022. However, companies are also fearful that the long-term work-from-home model may have a negative effect on productivity and employee morale. How can employers keep their workers safe but still demand high quality and accountability from them?
Most economists agree that things are starting to look “more normal” after the years 2020-2021 and COVID-19. Little by little, stores are re-opening and shoppers are re-emerging to buy goods in person after nearly 18 months of enforced “curbside pickup” and delivery. However, in-person shopping is not completely back to pre-2020 levels, and may never be. Here are some statistics about online shopping in this new age and what it means for vendors of all types:
Many business owners do not know or understand their programming language, but still want to utilize the benefits of custom-written scripts on their company websites. A great way to do this is to utilize something called PHP programming to have custom scripts for a business website.