Adaptable businesses are successful businessesOctober 27, 2011 7:19 pm Leave your thoughts
Adaptable businesses are successful businesses
Never before has the ability to adapt as a business been more important than it is today. The computational power of our computers is currently doubling every 13 months. This leads to incredibly fast development of new technologies and obsolescence of old ones, which has a profound impact on how you conduct business and how consumers shop. You, your staff and your business as a whole must be adaptable to these constant changes. Nowadays, that means how do you get and, more importantly, keep a strong online presence for your business?
A few years ago, would you have figured you could improve your business with this thing called Facebook? Many business owners hadn't even heard of Twitter 13 months ago. When dealing with the day-to-day operations of your business, time can fly and before you know it, your website is outdated, your internet marketing tactics are finding no one, and you are desperate to find out what went wrong with your once-thriving business.
This doesn't mean you have to invest in a totally revamped website each year. It may simply mean upgrades in your content management system to make it easier to refresh the content of your site. It may mean instituting updated SEO techniques, or integrating into your business the latest in social media. Whatever the latest gizmo new technologies bring, you must be ready to embrace it and put it to use for your own advantage.
One consideration is to have an internet marketing guru on staff or as a part-time employee. Even hiring a company to keep track of things could pay off handsomely and keep your business leading the pack, rather than always trying to catch up.
The internet, with its growth and fast-paced changes, is where businesses thrive and forge ahead in today's marketplace. Keep an ear to the ground, as they say, to know what is on the horizon. Always be ready and willing to adapt and separate yourself from your competition.
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This post was written by Steve