Whether you are a hard core Apple fan, a loyal Android junkie or a Microsoft Windows Phone user, there is a world of mobile apps on the market that promise to help you work smarter. Davinci Virtual has compiled a list of eight of these apps for road warriors, time management-minded professionals and mobile entrepreneurs who refuse to sacrifice productivity no matter where you are.
Ideal for anyone who bills by the hour or project, OfficeTime makes recording and tracking time and expenses simple with a clean, user-friendly interface. The iPhone and iPad versions focus on ease-of-use, recognizing that if time tracking is simple to do, users will be more likely to take the time to do it. OfficeTime takes great care to minimize how many finger taps it takes to do something. If you are a time management or need to track billable hours, this is a great app for you. Read more...
In part two of this two-part blog series, we explored 5 of the 10 things small businesses need to consider when building and optimizing a website. Some businesses may not have a website, and they are not sure where to start. Others may have a website, but they are not getting the results they want.
This blog series is intended for both scenarios. In part one of the blog series, we looked at core building blocks small businesses need to consider when building a website:
Do It Yourself or Do It For Me
Listing on the Search Domains
The following five considerations (or 6 through 10) relate to how a small business elects to engage with website visitors. Read more...
A recent study by GoDaddy found that 59 percent of very small businesses (five or fewer employees) operate without a website. Yet this number is going to change very soon; over half of them report plans to launch a website in the next two years.
Some of Davinci’s customers find themselves in this category. You started a business and have been so busy growing it that you haven’t had time to build and launch a website. Others have a website, but you feel it needs improvement—that you can get better results than what you’re currently achieving.
The following are 10 things a small business needs to consider when launching—or enhancing—a website.