Let’s recap what we have covered so far in Taking Your Business Digital for those who are afraid to Brave Technology. Click on the various links in this article to catch up on anything you have missed or would like to re-read.
Taking your business digital can be a costly exercise if you don’t plan where you are going and how to get there.
Welcome to part 29 of Taking Your Business Digital For those afraid of Technology Series. If you have missed any of the previous posts you can catch up by clicking here.
As a blogger, web designer, social media manager how do you manage your time? We often wear several hats, have millions of ideas, many projects on the go and we are frequently overwhelmed.
Part of our work is to read voraciously. We need to keep up with what is going on not only in our own business but those of our clients as well. How can we help them achieve their goals? How do we file all those useful articles so we can quickly refer to them when we have to do a design, a blog post or a newsletter?
Here are some of my favourite tools that help me keep on track.
I help you to use technology without fear to streamline your administration systems, connect with your customers and suppliers and close more sales.
From helping you to understand your business and creating a detailed plan to ensure you don't make costly mistakes, I will help you implement the right systems for your business.
Understanding why you need a website, what the purpose of YOUR website is, how to create a marketing strategy using newsletters, the need to have new great content, interacting on the right Social Media platforms and then analysing what does and doesn't work is how I can help you.
Using Google applications and Sage Online Accounting to streamline your administration and financial systems and ensuring that your files and data remain safe.
Training your staff to use these systems is vital to the successful running of your company. I can assist you with training via Skype, or if you live in Kwa Zulu Natal South Africa, one on one sessions or small group workshops.
I started Braving Technology after numerous technololgy challenged friends and family asked for help to set up blogs, websites, and to help them with all their basic computer questions.