This is a must have for all businesses in 2013, as numbers of cloud adopters have increased continuosly since 2009, bringing the worlwide cloud industry an estimated revenue of over 44.2 billion $ this year. Cloud adoption should happen for you, believes Ben Dobel editor at Small Business.
Cloud adoption is not for all, explains Sebastian Nemcek at Start2Cloud who advices caution when choosing your deployment method and explains both the benefits but also the disadvantages from cloud computing. “Making a wrong choice of model will lead to higher costs due to the complicated integration, insufficient security, or high maintenance costs compared to the other option”, writes Nemcek.
So what exactly are the do's and don'ts in terms of cloud adoption and, most importantly what's in it for you? Should you adopt a cloud of your own today or simply look away?
Menus are an important navigation tool for your website users. They help organize your site's content and engage customer attention. A good menu management can convince a potential client to stay on your site, and even purchase your products.
Contrary to common belief, menus are not usually seen on site, as they are usually used as parents for menu items. Menu items of different levels are the ones we most often work with. Learning how to create menus for your sites is very important as menus organize almost all content, and are usually displayed in modules.
This Monday infographic shows you how to quickly access menus manager and work you way around to efficiently organizing your Jentla information:
For every main aspect of your online marketing strategy, Jentla is here to help. Find more information about Menu Management on our documentation page.
Email marketing still has some clear advantages over the new types of online advertising. It isn't always enough to engage your customers on social media or to create videos or blog posts dedicated to their needs. Email has proven to be more used (over 2,5 billion people have an email account), more professional than social media (Twitter and Facebook posts make up only a 0,2% of the emails sent every day), but also the most personal way for businesses to communicate, according to Kissmetrics:
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