We at Skypoynt have been keeping a close eye on a new trend in mobile based video technology. Something BIG is happening.
To be blunt...creating a digital strategy, or hold up, any strategy, for that matter, is like planning a holiday. It helps to:
Skypoynt is delighted to announce the release of our new website. Designed with a fresh new look and user friendly navigation, updated with the latest information about our world class products and services.
In 2015...it should be pretty obvious that your brand needs...dare I say, craves a digital presence. The question we should look at first is most likely...Well,
Tom, that’s a bold statement...Why should my business have a digital presence? Listen up!
It’s no secret...the web savvy customer today is looking for a mix of price and quality, somewhere in the middle of these two things comes the experience
that your customer has with you.
If there's one thing that will make you as an aspiring or established chief executive more confident it’s staying well informed.
The question “Where should I host my website?”, is an important one for any website owner. The reason why it’s so important is that it is the basis from which your website is built on.
Some business style soul searching perhaps? It’s great to take a moment to reflect and gain a little perspective on what you are trying to achieve. For many of us this can be the deciding factor between success and failure.
So you want to make sure your website gives your customers what they need? Good job!
Sometimes to inspire us we need to look to the awesome. SEO can be a mystery for a lot of people, at Skypoynt we aim to simplify and what better way than
to give you some real, productive examples of SEO in businesses throughout the world.
SEO is not an exact science. This becomes apparent when trying to incorporate both SEO and branding into a strategy. This process is finicky to say the least. On the one side, SEO deals with the placement of keywords and phrases. On the other side, branding deals with company loyalty and culture. Incorporating both sides dilutes the prominence of both. But eliminating one or the other may not meet all strategic and marketing goals.