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Suggestion for Domain Names

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Suggestion for Domain Names

Whether you are a seasoned business owner or new to all the business expectations, website domain names are very important to let potential customers know what you do and who you are.  By using keywords that describe your business, it makes the domain name memorable and business descriptive.  Describing your service, location and/or affiliation, will help attract potential customers to your business. The example that Verisign uses on their site is if you’re based in Texas and want to be known for your unsurpassed bakery quality, use domain name “BestBakeryInTexas.com”.

Verisign is a global leader in domain names and they have created an online generator to assist business owners in choosing an appropriate domain name.

Website Name Suggestion Generator


Pamela is the President of WebExecutiveAssistant.com, where she offers remote executive assistance, web design and hosting, social media management and so much more. She founded WebExecutiveAssistant.com in 2006 where she started supporting small business owners in various industries, after a corporate career spanning over 20 years.

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Business to Understand 56% of Consumers Want to Text

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Business to Understand 56% of Consumers Want to Text

Have you as a business owner, ever thought about how to communicate with your customers?

It seems that consumers want to communicate with businesses in the same way they do with friends and family. Texting is an easy and fast way to communicate plus boasts a 98% open rate when business texting is the communication of choice.

Zipwhip highlights communication choices with small business owners in their latest survey. Read more…

 


Pamela is the President of WebExecutiveAssistant.com, where she offers remote executive assistance, web design and hosting, social media management and so much more. She founded WebExecutiveAssistant.com in 2006 where she started supporting SBOs in various industries, after a corporate career spanning over 20 years.

Website:  https://www.WebExecutiveAssistant.com

Blog:   http://www.webexecutiveassistant.com/blog/

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/WebExecAsst

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/WebExecutiveAssistant/

Pinterest:  https://www.pinterest.com/PamelaAkkerman/pins/

Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/webexecutiveassistant/

 

Add Location in Your Keywords and Search

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Add Location in Your Keywords and Search

Try adding a location into your keywords to maximize your website SEO. No matter what products or services you offer, just by adding your town in the keywords such as Chicago and a keyword phrase like: “blue elephant statue in Chicago”, it will assist your potential customers in locating you faster. This way you’ll optimize your website and your business will attract both local searches and clients.

 

Pamela and Pieter Akkerman are the team at WebExecutiveAssistant.com, where they offers start-up websites at $199 which includes hosting, SSL certificate, social media creation and so much more. WebExecutiveAssistant.com was founded in 2006 where they support small business owners in various industries. Both have had a corporate career spanning over 20 years each. Their second online business has been going strong as DiabeticDogBakery.com since 2008.

Website:   http://www.WebExecutiveAssistant.com
Blog:   http://www.webexecutiveassistant.com/blog/
Twitter:  https://twitter.com/WebExecAsst
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/WebExecutiveAssistant/
Pinterest:  https://www.pinterest.com/PamelaAkkerman/pins/
Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/webexecutiveassistant/

Never Unplug the Wrong Cord Again!

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Never Unplug the Wrong Cord Again!

My husband and I have had our share of unplugging the wrong cord from our Web Executive Assistant home office power strip but now there is this clever idea to stop our behavior.  Gather used bread bag clips and clip on each electrical cord for the name of equipment that it identifies.  Next time you need to move your speakers around, just unplug that cord and quickly move.  It is that simple!    Please share below if you have any other quick home office organizational tips to make all our lives easier.  Happy plugging!!

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Pamela Akkerman is the President of WebExecutiveAssistant.com, where she offers remote executive assistance, web design and hosting, social media management and so much more. She founded WebExecutiveAssistant.com in 2006 where she started supporting small business owners in various industries, after a corporate career spanning over 20 years.  She is also the Owner of the DiabeticDogBakery.com since 2008.

Website:   http://www.WebExecutiveAssistant.com
Blog:   http://www.webexecutiveassistant.com/blog/
Twitter:  https://twitter.com/WebExecAsst
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/WebExecutiveAssistant/
Pinterest:  https://www.pinterest.com/PamelaAkkerman/pins/
Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/webexecutiveassistant/

ACTION NEEDED: FBI Recommends Router Reboots

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ACTION NEEDED: FBI Recommends Router Reboots

Announcement by the FBI recommending any owner of small office and home office routers power cycle (reboot) the devices. Foreign cyber actors have compromised hundreds of thousands of home and office routers and other networked devices worldwide.

Click on the link for further information from the FBI on this topic.

 

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