Picture this. You’re browsing Craigslist for whatever local deals happen to catch your eye when you see this: The 1969 Boss 429 Mustang. Original Mag 500 wheels. Raw power under the hood. A big block capable of running at 9000 RPMs and churning out 600 horsepower to take you from zero to hold on to your hats in seven seconds flat. And all for a reasonable asking price of $200,000. What gearhead could possibly pass that up?
By this time, you’ve probably heard of Bitcoin, and depending on what you’ve heard, you may either be intrigued by the idea or want nothing to do with it. But because increasing numbers of businesses and consumers have started transacting in Bitcoin, it’s worthwhile to give it a second look, and consider how it might fit in your business plan.
It’s an inevitability of ecommerce.
Accidents will happen. People will make mistakes. Your brand will stumble.
It doesn’t matter if they’re the fault of your team or the fault of your customers, but every once in a while, you’re bound to get some angry voices shouting at you. And when these voices arise, you’d better be ready. Every business in the online world needs a damage control strategy for when an irate customer tries to set fire to the ship.
We recommend the following three tactics to minimize the damage your brand might suffer.
Who’s on your roster? No, we’re not talking fantasy football here. We’re talking about your web development team.
Perhaps your team is one person who does everything. Although this can work well for simpler web projects, more complex sites typically require more skills than any one person has, and the work is allocated to different specialists.
There’s no question that if you want your business to succeed, you need a website. However, not all web hosts are created equal. There can be a tremendous amount of variance in pricing, services offered, registration fees, site customization, and service agreement regulations. Here’s a few things to look for when choosing a web hosting service:
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