Posts Tagged ‘google’
Google has many terrific free resources for small businesses. Below, we summarize our six favorite free resources for small business from Google. In each case, we describe the resource, help you understand why you should consider using it, and offer tips on using with links to additional information if you’d like to read more about […]
Most companies leverage crowdsourcing by relying on external communities. For example, small businesses and startups looking for custom logo design leverage crowdSPRING’s community of 60,000 designers and writers. Companies looking for help with on-demand software testing can leverage the community at uTest. People looking for help with simple tasks can leverage Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. Smart […]
It’s tough to keep up with the whirlwind of online products aimed at small businesses, and tougher for small businesses to decide where to focus their attention and budgets. A few days ago, I learned about an interesting new program from Google – focused on helping small businesses create photos of their business that would […]
We’ve used the Google Website Optimizer for numerous tests on our site, including the home page, our how it works page, and on other pages to increase conversions. This article illustrates an example of how we do this.
Market research firm Milward Brown concluded in its 2008 BrandZ rankings that Google, for the second year in a row, is the most valuable brand in the world — with an incredible $86 billion in brand value. Milward Brown combines balance sheet data with other factors, such as consumer sentiments, to come up with its […]