It's the start of a new month. You've decided you're finally going to start using that Twitter account you started when your business first opened. You attempt to log in only to get the dreaded "Incorrect password. Try again," message.
Does this sound like something that happens to you way too often? In today's world of usernames and passwords, it's no wonder that we have trouble keeping up with what password goes to what account. Sure, you can use the same password for every account, but thatClick here to read more.
For many people, summertime means it's time to kick back and relax, take time off of work, and enjoy this slow, lazy season. Just because people are slowing down, doesn't mean your business has to.
The summertime slump is real, but there are ways to defeat it. Don't let the summer heat distract you from having a successful summer with your business.
Here are three marketing tips to help you avoid the summer slump!
Since summer is a slower season for many businesses,Click here to read more.
If you're a toy or game manufacturer, then your business relies on shoppers coming into retail stores and purchasing your products from those stores.
But what if there was a way that you could sell your products directly to customers online, and earn all of the profits from those sales?
Good news; there is a way! It's called ecommerce, and if you're a business owner who wants to make it in the modern market, then you need to have a website with an ecommerce solution.
Ecommerce isClick here to read more.
Each month at Atwill Media, we like to show off some of the amazing websites that we've built, not only to display our easy-to-use features, but to also showcase the beautiful websites we've helped companies, just like yours, create together.
Check out some of our favorite websites for May 2018!Click here to read more.
Since the launch of reviews on Facebook Pages, Facebook has used a 5-star rating system to let users come to a company's Facebook Page, leave a star review from 1 to 5 (1 being the worst and 5 being the best), and a short, typed testimony explaining their rating.
But recently, Facebook has started rolling out a new type of ratings system. This system, instead of using stars from 1 to 5 to rate businesses, is now using a 10-point decimal system.
Here are a few key things you need to know aboutClick here to read more.