Sure, your company's website brings in business, but it can also become a revenue generator in its own right. Using these free services, you paste a little code into your website and pick up revenue when people stop by.
Snooze-inducing business slide shows aren't going away; in fact, emerging ways to share presentations online may make them even more pervasive. But thanks to some flashy new tools, many of them running on the Web, presentations are getting easier to sit through and less onerous to create.
There was a time when you practically had to hire a scientist to research the market for a product or service. These days, you can choose among dozens of online tools for polling customers, employees, and complete strangers.
Business projectors are becoming everyday tools for video and data presentations, in boardrooms and on sales calls. Today's portables travel well, and in the office a projected image can capture an audience.
Social networks are finding ever more ways to be useful for tasks like finding employees and sales prospects, tracking down expertise, spreading marketing messages, and gathering customer feedback. Here are six services worth knowing.
Notebook computers are becoming the tool of choice for business users, wherever they happen to be working. But for those who want something more specialized and powerful, there's a slew of new choices. Here are six that stand out.
Do you know exactly what people do when they get to your site? Which clicks are real and which are bogus? How your site ranks on search engines? Enter Web analytics tools; here are six we like the best.