With the news that Ross County have lost their website*, we look at the options for your website. Hopefully it will give you peace of mind, if not, it’ll give you the kick up the rear you need to resolve it.
So let’s assume you need your website. Hopefully you like it and it does what you want in terms of discovery, selling, point of contact etc. But is it backed up? If you don’t know the answer, then read on.
What’s backed up, and who’s doing what – expectations vs reality:
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Everyone has been expecting it, and Microsoft were quite open in that they wanted to start pushing the roll-out once they’d finished with the initial optional roll-out phase. Now we’re seeing the recommended phase.
How Does It Work?
If you’ve got auto-updates turned on, then you’ll see Windows 10 as a recommended download. You’re computer will do it’s normal downloads and updates on restart, where you’ll be met with a screen asking you to click to confirm installation of Windows 10.
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Whenever you read about social media, there is a focus on big business and how they were successful. Our aim is to remove these big ideas, stats and targets and make it something tangible and accessible. Essentially, we remove all the noise and simplify things to make your social media effective. We encourage our clients to think this way as it’s a more effective (in all measures) way of running social media. Also, you can be more self-reliant. Whilst there are benefits for an external company to run your social media, if the content can come from within the organisation then that is likely to deliver a better message.
When companies start to plan their social media, you start to hear certain words and phrases such as ‘leverage data’, ‘ROI’ or ‘viewability’. Whilst some of these matter, they are often a byproduct of success or something to focus on later as you get more experience. Our aim is…
Start simple. Remain simple. Succeed:
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