By Stephanie Miles, 19 June 2013
First impressions count, especially for small business owners who are trying to present their companies in a professional way to prospective clients and customers. MightyCall is a web-based platform that professionals with small businesses can use to gain a competitive advantage. In this MightyCall review, I will look closely at the value MightyCall provides for small business owners, freelancers, and solo entrepreneurs. In testing out the back-end of the platform, I plan to gauge how easy it is for users to set up the system and integrate MightyCall into their existing workflows. MightyCall bills itself as an ideal solution for remote teams, so I will also be paying close attention to how the platform works from an employee’s perspective.
By Julia Rozwens, 18 June 2013
We asked Kevin Roberts, VP of Strategic Alliances at FinancialForce.com, a few questions about the company and view of the markets they serve.
By Rakesh Sharma,
In an age of email, newsletters are, perhaps, one of the most effective forms of marketing techniques. A targeted newsletter can yield magnificent returns for small businesses at a fraction of the standard marketing costs. This week, we will review Mailrelay, an email marketing newsletter solution that combines the best of email marketing with cheap (and, free) prices. In this Mailrelay review, we will look at its interface, features, and see how it can be of use to you.
By Julia Rozwens, 17 June 2013
We asked Stefan Töpfer, WinWeb's Founder, CEO & Chairman, a few questions about his company and view of the markets they serve.
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We asked Kostis Mamassis ,CEO and founder of Megaventory, a few questions about his company and view of the markets they serve.
By Rakesh Sharma, 13 June 2013
In the past, we have reviewed solutions that enable you to quantify and monitor web analytics. This week, let’s take a look at a different kind of solution. New Relic is a website monitoring (SaaS) and an application performance monitoring solution that helps you optimize website performance by collecting and aggregating performance metrics for your site. In this New Relic review, we will look at the solution’s features, interface and see how it can be of use to you.
By Stephanie Watson, 12 June 2013
If you want to improve your entire sales, marketing and customer service cycle and save both time and money then you've probably looked into various forms of marketing automation software. Founded in 2006, Marketo seeks to simplify, streamline, automate and measure marketing tasks and work flows in order to increase efficiencies and grow revenue. With this Marketo review we will find out how powerful marketing automation can be.
By Stephanie Miles, 11 June 2013
WorkZone is a web-based project management application that hits the sweet spot for larger organizations and marketing departments, combining the sophisticated tools typically reserved for high-end platforms (like Microsoft Project) with the intuitive design that entry-level task management systems (like Basecamp) have become known for. In this WorkZone review, I will demonstrate how marketing agencies and inter-office teams can manage projects and interact with clients from within the system. Because WorkZone was built with marketing departments, ad agencies, and service firms in mind, I will pay close attention to the platform’s tools for creating distinct workspaces for multiple groups. Finally, I will test the platform’s document sharing features and offer my recommendation to business owners who are thinking about integrating a project management platform into their existing workflows.
By Stephanie Watson, 10 June 2013
Wouldn't it be nice if there was a SEO tool tool for businesses and Internet marketers that allows you to track inbound links to your sites as well as your competitors, track SEO performance, analyze keyword positions in search engines, and pinpoint under-served niches in your industry? These are just some of the features Colibri Tool claims to offer users. This Colibri Tool review will find out.
By Stephanie Miles, 7 June 2013
The goal of every business owner should be to work smarter, not harder. Deputy is a platform that aids in that process, streamlining basic business management tasks like scheduling, timesheets, payroll, and employee communication. Business owners can spend less time worrying about what their staff is doing, and more time focusing on growing their companies from the ground up. In this Deputy review, I will test out the people management platform, keeping factors like ease of use and reliability in mind. I will look at the platform from the perspective of both a business owner and an employee to find out if this is a tool that could actually benefit small to mid-size companies.