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MD Sultan
Apr 12, 2022
In Welcome to the Tech Forum
According to Moore's Law , the speed and capabilities of the technology should double every two years. As technology becomes faster and more capable, it becomes more accessible to employee contact list the general public. Look at the evolution of the personal computer. In its early days, these computers were found only on college campuses and took up entire rooms. Then they were limited to employee contact list elite families and tech-centric workplaces. Today, computers are so small and sophisticated that they sit on our wrists and in our refrigerators. All this to say that a technology that seems complicated, expensive, or out of reach might be closer than you think . Many business owners are using technology tools that they previously thought were limited to giant corporations like Panera or Target. Check out the employee contact list seven small business technologies you can use, even if you have a small budget and limited tech experience. 1. Wi-Fi Marketing We've covered the importance of offering free WiFi to employee contact list customers in the past, but many business owners still think it's one of the small business technologies that is out of reach. A survey found that 70% of business owners think free Wi-Fi increases loyal customers, and the same number of restaurant owners think free Wi-Fi makes people spend more and stay longer . Despite these benefits, 32% of business owners who don't offer free Wi-Fi think it's to employee contact list expensive. When exploring WiFi marketing , think about the return on investment that comes with it. If people spend more, the expense will be amortized many times over. 2. Mobile-optimized web content Your customers expect you to employee contact list have a good mobile website , no matter what business you run. More than half (57%) of people say they won't recommend a business with a poorly designed mobile page. Website traffic accounts for more than half of all website traffic.
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