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Guest Post by Claire Thompson, Waves PR SEO-driven releases may be more likely to land up in a content aggregation site than they are ever to land up in a journalist’s in box, but they will be read by people as well as search engines, and in an ideal world will make people want to (read more)
As a follow-up to a previous post, in which I stressed the importance of having a defined business model before starting to invest in the production of your online business idea, I wanted to create a fairly robust source of the disparate online business models in common use in commercial-web practise. I’m not going to (read more)
I’ve got an amazing, totally guaranteed, new idea for an online business. People come to me every day and tell me they “have a great idea for an online business. Nobody has ever thought of it and it would make a really great website”. I say “That is so exciting! What is your revenue model?” (read more)
If you are a small to medium sized charity, seeking to use your website to facilitate donations; chances are you probably don’t have a large budget to spare on marketing, or numerous and specialised staff for that matter. You probably have a fairly small team, including hard-working volunteers, wearing many hats! You may not have (read more)
Regardless of how (or if) you currently have a commercial strategy for your website, there are many usability foundations that are often overlooked to the detriment of your revenue potential. If you are ad-funded, subscription funded, an e-commerce site or an affiliate lead generator – your commercial model(s) will benefit immensely from these simple usability (read more)