Talks on virtual workplaces have been on the top spot for some time now. Imagine the amount of resources and costs you are likely to save when you choose to work with remotely based staffs. We have always carried forward the idea of remote staffing and would continue to do so in the coming years. Besides striving towards 24/7 enterprise mobility our innate awareness towards our environment has forced us to choose environment friendly remote staffing.
We can be part of the global environment friendly drive by choosing to work remotely. This will fulfill your green move. By connecting with individuals and organizations remotely you can make earnest efforts in removing environmental pressures. Some impacts on environment when you choose remote staffing:
If you are a website owner you must have already taken few necessary steps to make your website visible to the world and tried pulling some business possibilities too. In order to generate growth and pump up your website’s presence and reach few significant marketing strategies need to be taken. Old techniques of creating ‘backlinks’ are obsolete now. SEO techniques have greatly changed with content-centric digital marketing coming in the frontline. New techniques like blogging, social media optimization, smart copy writing and PPC are some of the few latest marketing trends that can get you visitor and boost your website. Challenges of bringing qualified new traffic and more sales are common experiences. Here are a few marketing tips to help you boost your website visibility:
Business owners often find it a harrowing experience searching for the suitable website developer. A lot of research clubbed with hearsay goes on to form the foundation for choosing someone for building a website. Whether it is an agency or an individual project costs will vary depending on geographical boundaries. American, British and Australian web developers charge a higher rate compared to Indian or Asian web developers. The rates vary absurdly – Indians on an average are willing to build a website at $25 an hour whereas US, UK and European development agencies and individuals flatly charge anything between $60-100 an hour. There are additional charges depending on project scope. Costs often go up (not sticking to the initial plan) changing budget structures if you are hiring a US, UK, Australian or a European developer (agency or individual).
Hello everyone, I am Chandrani, a writer by passion and profession, currently attached with Radikal Labs. I consider myself to be a seasoned writer developing blogs, news articles, technical and non-technical content on web and mobile technologies.