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Here’s how to use Content Snare to send remote property self-inspections for rental property tenants
Use this customer or client onboarding checklist to kick projects off on the right foot.
Ideas for Zapier workflows using Content Snare to automate your content, data and document collection. Save even more time with Content Snare.
Client onboarding is the process of welcoming a new client into your business. Doing it right helps your work as efficiently and as effectively as possible with new clients
Web applications are comprised of several components, all coming together to create a functional, seamless online experience for the user. Today, we cannot afford to create web apps that are inefficient with long loading times. The amount of competition out there leaves little room for error. But what does it take to build web application architecture? How can you ensure that you make the right choices in constructing your web-based application to create the best user experience possible? To answer these questions, it helps to know what web application architecture is so you can make an informed decision about how best to go about your project.
Looking to create a website but feel overwhelmed by the possibilities? The internet is bigger than you can imagine and contains an endless number of websites, all competing for attention. When it comes to planning your own website, it’s important to carefully map out what you’re using it for –What is its purpose? What are you hoping to achieve? – and select the type of website that suits you best. If you’re wondering what we mean by “type of website”, you might be surprised to know that there are a lot of options to choose from. Let’s look at the 12 popular types of websites so you can make an informed decision about what works best for you.
You’ve made it to a place in your business where you feel pretty successful. You’ve got the sales you need coming in, your email list grows slowly (but it does the job), and you have a couple of strong connections in your industry. All the initial goals you set when you started your business? Check! … Read more
Looking to create a website for your business or personal use? Excellent idea! In this day in age, every business needs a website. Without one, you’re going to miss out on valuable new clients and sales. We live in the age of technology – if you can’t find what you’re looking for quickly and easily, you move onto something else. So, now that we know owning a website is more important than ever, how do we go about designing it the right way? That’s where a website plan comes in. Before you start creating content, take the time to make sure you outline and plan carefully. To come up with your own website plan, there are four easy steps to follow. Let’s take a look.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is an important and integral part of a website’s marketing strategy. You can put hundreds of dollars and hours of work into the creation of a perfect website but without SEO, the odds that your prospective customers find you are slim to none. We know that keyword research and kick-ass content helps in getting your website recognized by search engines but site structure can further enhance SEO, benefitting your brand and your sales. We’re going to take a look at how to create a website structure to enhance on-page SEO and what changes you should make today.
Having an intake form for your business is of the most important things to have on your website to develop a client base. Obtaining any initial information about potential clients before setting up that first phone call is incredibly useful. You can do crucial research tailored to their needs before you even set up a meeting. When you do have that first meeting, you can present them with information that is likely to catch their attention. After all, getting clients can be a tricky task – there are competitors out there that offer the same or similar services as you so staying one step ahead is key. So, we’re going to take you through four steps to build effective intake forms for your clients so you can stay ahead of the competition.
Content Snare is part of Aktura Technology, a web app and SaaS development company. Web designers work with us to expand their capabilities. If clients ever approach you to build something that you can’t quite handle in-house, drop us a line.