In this day and age, blogging and frequent web posting have become the new norm and standard for how to get information to readers over the Internet. While this is an effective and convenient method for companies to use to get their information out fast, the competition has become quite concentrated. To make a company website and it’s copy stand out, one rule of thumb has become key; to push out more and more copy then ever before. Since blogging has become the norm, companies now must write more and write better to stand out among the rest of its competitors. PR firms, social media marketers, and search optimizers are now following some common tips to writing the best copy for the web. These tips include writing with brevity, aligning pages with phrases, formatting, using images, including internal links, including a call to action, and lastly remembering that digital ink is never dry, meaning you can always go back and make changes on your web copy. For more information on the importance of web copy and for more details on these writing tips visit Duct Tape Marketing.
Business as usual in the Napa Valley has begun to take on a different form with the new cloud-based company Soutirage. This new revolutionary start-up was founded by Chadwick and Aimee Meyer, the son and daughter in-law of the original owners of Napa Valley’s Silver Oak Winery, along with Matt Wilson, a well known Napa Valley wine connoisseur. Their company is like many others that provide customer service to its clients in the wine industry, although they stand out from their brick and mortar competitors since Sourtirage is completely based online and to its clients by weekly phone calls, emails and texts. A cloud-based business such as this means that they can keep a good handle on the products coming in and out of the company and to it’s clients with very little error. Everything from purchasing to sales, to accounting, to shipping and even the inventory management is all taken care of on the web and held in the cyber cloud so that it is accessible at anytime, from virtually anywhere. Clients feel very well taken care of with this level of customer service, and as a result more business is generated from a satisfied client and a positive customer referral. To read more about Soutirage and its successful business processes visit Entrepreneur online.
Just in time for the summer grilling season comes the new eBook No Frills Grillin’! Developed by iCook2day, a brand of CulinartMedia, No Frills Grillin’ is a collection of recipes for preparing delicious grilled meals from beef lamb, pork and chicken, halibut, shrimp and lobster, mushrooms tomatoes and corn and bananas, pineapple and peaches, just to mention a few of many featured ingredients. In addition, a choice of delicious sauces and great side dishes is complementing each dish. With more than 65 recipes, an equal number of sumptuous photographs and access on most mobile devices, No Frills Grillin’ allows this favorite American food preparation to be enjoyed almost anywhere in the house, backyard or out in the country.
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Check out the iPhone app Favorite Recipes today on iTunes. Available for download in the App Store for $0.99 USD, Favorite Recipes offers 70 recipes featuring step-by-step directions, ingredients lists, and cooking instructions, complemented by professionally crafted photographs.The application now offers recipes to be shared to friends, colleagues, and family via Facebook. This product update, along with the preexisting email function, allows more opportunities for recipes to be shared requiring only a few simple taps of the screen. Along with the Facebook update, the video function featured on the previous Favorite Recipes app has been updated slightly. The most recent version of the app features a refreshing American voiceover coinciding with 10 crystal-clear videos which illustrates a step-by-step process of cooking techniques. The splash screen is now more aesthetically pleasing, as well as more professional looking. The recipe list and the steps toward recipe completion are user-friendly and easy to read without sacrificing professionalism.
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