An average user spends 50 milliseconds (0.05 seconds) forming an opinion about your website. The decision to stay or to leave gets affected by numerous factors: layout, design, content etc. You might think that comparing an Ecommerce website to an educational one doesn't make sense, these are polar industries with their specific business models, and that's fair. But any successful website should meet certain criteria regardless of their industry. In this blog, you'll learn what modules you should have if you want to build strong relationships with your clients and boost lead generation.
I bet almost every email or blog you've read since March started with the reflection on the pandemic and how hard it hit everyone. But trust me, it fits here. Whether we wanted it or not, the global pandemic made it clear that going digital is crucial for any business. Your leadership team (one way or another) learned the value of Digital Transformation: they now know that it's one of the vital strategic differentiators for your organization, and it will help accelerate your recovery plan for 2021. But after the first motivation hit and excitement waves are ebbing, critical questions begin to surface: how long and how much? Here are my thoughts.
Earlier this week and During the Famous Inbound 2020, HubSpot (if some of you do not know them) a Global Leading Cloud Growth Platform (CRM/Sales/Marketing /Ticking/CMS) platform, introduced a brand-new set of game changing features that set it in direct competition with big names like SAP and Salesforce, allowing it to grow its target market to include mid-sized companies.
If you’re new to the concept of Digital Transformation, you might (rightfully) ask yourself what it entails. Here at Flawless Inbound, we have a goal of helping 500+ B2B companies rise above the noise with Digital Transformation by 2022 – and that journey starts with understanding what it is and how it differs from Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).