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Throwback Thursday – Deleting Unwanted Price Plans!

Posted on June 4, 2015 by Elsa under Coffee Break, Partners, Theimagefile, Tutorials

TweetThis Throwback is going to focus on deleting unwanted price plans. Now, deleting your price plans may seem like a daunting process. However deleting those that are now unused or unwanted can save you time and avoid mistakes in the future. Before you can delete any price plans you would be advised to set your default values. This […]

Why Keep Your Card Details Up To Date?

Posted on May 20, 2015 by Elsa under Coffee Break, Sales and Marketing, Theimagefile

TweetSummer is on its way which means one of two things; you’re either about to be inundated with work or you’re going away for a well deserved break. We thought that before the holidays really got going we would remind you to check that your payment card details are still valid and will see you through the […]

Throwback Thusday: Mosaic Page Galleries!

Posted on May 14, 2015 by Elsa under Coffee Break, Theimagefile, Tutorials, Websites and SEO

TweetMany of you will have heard about the mosaic page, but are you using it to its full potential? Before we tell you how you can use a mosaic page within your website, let’s go through exactly what it does. A mosaic page always displays a complete collection on one page with no requirement for clicking “next”.  There are […]

Have You Spring Cleaned Your Business?

Posted on May 1, 2015 by Elsa under Business, Sales and Marketing, Social Media and Blogging, Websites and SEO

Tweet Over the past week, Spring seems to have made a grand entrance and with it the need to blow away the cobwebs and dust off our businesses. So what simple things can you do to spring clean your company?

Sales: Database management

Posted on April 13, 2015 by Rich under Sales and Marketing

TweetSales: Database managementWhenever the subject of database management comes up, this is the image that springs to mind. Banks of computers in low-lit warehouses humming away quietly and efficiently, stashing endless amounts of information ready to be accessed at any time. Whilst your small business may not need the football fields of storage that Apple […]