Increase Office Efficiency With One Simple Tool

Written by Cavyl Stewart

When you need a phone number, you do a quick search onrepparttar Internet and in a few seconds, youíve gotrepparttar 140585 information you need. And you probably receive a lot of contact information right insiderepparttar 140586 emails you receive every day. Both methods are by far more convenient than using those white or yellow-colored telephone directories.

And as with every new trend that emerges, there soon comes a way to improve on an improvement. Even though you receive business addresses, phone and cell numbers, email addresses and appointment information quicker and easier than before, you still end up adding much of this information into your Outlook program or your PDA manually.

This process takes time. Even though itís just a couple of minutes here and there, thatís time you could spend doing other things. Remember, it doesnít take long forrepparttar 140587 minutes you spend on menial or repetitive tasks to add up to a sizeable chunk of time.

Stop to think for a moment aboutrepparttar 140588 volume of information you receive every day in your email. Itís mind-boggling and sometimes overwhelming. For a while youíre good about keeping track of whatís important to keep and what can be deleted. But soon, you end up printing out all your email, which only creates a paper mound on your desk Ėrepparttar 140589 very thing thatrepparttar 140590 electronic era was meant to eliminate.

You print outrepparttar 140591 contact information for those with whom you are currently doing business. You print out appointment information and stick it into your day planner (and hope that these crucial pages donít fall out before you have time to copy them ontorepparttar 140592 proper date). You print outrepparttar 140593 email from your boss withrepparttar 140594 dayís list of tasks to accomplish Ė every day! Before you know it, youíve used a ream of paper. This is not how life inrepparttar 140595 electronic age was meant to be.

Where is your website? Why is it invisible? We can help you be seen.

Written by malcolm james pugh

The Questions

Its amazing how many businesses have spent good money on website design and still are getting little or no return on this investment. Try answering these simple questions.

How much have you spent on you website? Maybe £5,000 ($10,000) or have you gone forrepparttar all singing all dancing £15,000 ($30,000) site with animated pictures, frames and rolling pages. Butrepparttar 140418 question remains - what business benefit are you deriving from your site?

How much more business are you getting because you have your website? Can you quantify and trackrepparttar 140419 incremental business you have received forrepparttar 140420 investment you have made.

When you search on what you consider a key word or phrase associated withrepparttar 140421 products/services that you provide, where does your site appear inrepparttar 140422 page rankings? Try Google, MSN and Yahoo, and try and find your site. If you are not onrepparttar 140423 first page, ask yourselfrepparttar 140424 question - how many people searching for my key word/phrase will bother going torepparttar 140425 second page of results?

.Now look atrepparttar 140426 companies that are getting a high position inrepparttar 140427 results - do you know why this is? These organisations are your key competitors and are taking business off you every day ofrepparttar 140428 week, in fact its 24/7 becauserepparttar 140429 net is always available acrossrepparttar 140430 globe. The Answers

The answer to this problem is quite simple. You have paid for someone to design a pretty website, not get you ontorepparttar 140431 first page ofrepparttar 140432 results page. But its even worse than that, some ofrepparttar 140433 techniques they have used to make your site look nice may actually reduce your ability to be seen. Yes, that's right you have paid good money to become anonymous to your customers!

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