Monday, March 9, 2015
The email marketing success in the U.S. can partly be attributed to marketers' collective mastery of A/B testing. This methodology involves creating two versions of a certain medium and sending out the version that attracts more traffic. It also experiments with pairings of elements like subject lines, email content, and send dates/times. Regardless of what you hear about the supposed ""death"" of this old strategy, keep in mind that customers can't get a social media account without an email address. On top of that, people open their email when it comes to confirmation of transactions and the like. Email, in other words, remains a relevant medium.
Saturday, March 7, 2015
Peachtree complete accounting software, currently known as Sage 50, is an accounting program designed for business application and personal use. Since its development in 1978, this program has steadily progressed into one of the most comprehensive software products for business accounting purposes. The program offers a variety of features to help simplify bookkeeping, accounting, and payroll tasks. Customers and Revenues The ability to create and easily access your customer records whenever you need them is certainly worth having. By using Peachtree, you will be able to track payments and easily prepare sales receipts and invoices for faster documentation. You can also create a record of orders and quotes based on your sales and make a price list for you and your clients' benefit.
Thursday, March 5, 2015
Mainstream support for Windows 7 ended in mid-January, while Windows 10 is slated for release later this year. One can only speculate if and when subsequent versions, i.e. Windows 11 or 12, will be launched in the foreseeable future. Indeed, existing software products evolve pretty quickly, incorporating brand-new features with varying degrees of usefulness for every user. Yet have you considered whether your business PCs are ready to handle continuing software upgrades? Before you know it, computers that have served you so well this year may soon be obsolete and in need of replacement.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Denver-based real estate firm, Trelora, recently launched a database that gives people access to information about home prices as well as broker commissions. In other words, homebuyers would now have some idea about how much a broker will get for the sale of a particular listing. It's a daring move that has somewhat shaken the local real estate market. Even its CEO and founder, Joshua Hunt, admitted they were ""going to light a bomb"" by making this once-confidential detail public.