By Victoria Dyke on Tue 21 January 2014 in Topical
Figures released just last week have unsurprisingly announced that December saw a record number of items bought online.
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By Victoria Dyke on Wed 08 January 2014 in CRM
ProspectSoft have been a solution provider for Small Business, specialising in server and cloud based CRM, eCommerce, eMail Marketing and Mobile solutions and have recently been recognised by Microsoft for their software excellence and ability to certify products on Windows platforms.
By Fiona Ness on Wed 18 December 2013 in Email Marketing
I’ve heard this question a lot, not just from customers but at conferences and seminars.
By Fiona Ness on Tue 17 December 2013 in Email Marketing
I get an average of 60 emails a day, and that’s just to one inbox. Most of them go unread or get deleted. So in aid of this post I made a conscious effort to look at my emails and work out exactly what it was that made me pass them by or worse hit delete.
By Fiona Ness on Mon 16 December 2013 in Web Analytics
Last time we spoke about web analytics I left you with the idea that your website could be generating leads for you 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
By Fiona Ness on Fri 13 December 2013 in Web & eCommerce
Obviously not just Google determine whether your site is good or bad, but they’re the key player.
By Fiona Ness on Thu 12 December 2013 in Web & eCommerce
You’ve moved your business online, your site looks great and all your products have cool images but your site just isn’t taking as many orders as you thought it would, or you were hoping for bigger orders. Sound familiar?