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What is the Purpose of Your Small Business Website ?

"Build Gorgeous Websites" says an advertisement from Wix.com, a recent entry in the website development tools arena. This notion of website as art is also reinforced by a cottage industry of web designers who would like to spend your money to build one for you. Is this really the right way to think about your website ? What did one of the greatest designers of the century have to say about the topic ? "Design is not what it looks like or feels like. Design is how it works." Steve Jobs. It is helpful to remember that the primary purpose of a website is to facilitate the sales and marketing function of the enterprise. As such, a website has several critical functional roles: Communicate Basic Business Information: value statement to the customer location, contact information working hours and preferred communication mechanism background information which engenders trust and "thought leadership" Customer Engagement: eCommerce for products and services scheduling of interaction between clients/company update of consumer specific information analytics which help understand customer behavior Front-End of Business Operations coherence point for client contact information coherence point for sales information front-end for database to drive future marketing/sales initiatives For any website, form must follow function. For example, building an artistic website with a high degree of graphical content which cannot be consumed by search engines is not very productive. However, personalizing with appealing content above a clean functional infrastructure can be very powerful.

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Internet Marketing for Small Business -- A Primer on Promotion and Placement

Any small business knows that marketing is an important aspect of building the business. The core of successful strategy is to clearly build and communicate unique differentiated value. After settling on a strategy for differentiated value, the next task is to promote the company into the identified market segments. This is an area where one can spend enormous amounts of money with little incremental benefit, but this article will show that a smart small business can infact gain significant interest by using the appropriate promotion tools. Let's start with a list of the major available tools for promotion: Basic Signage: Business cards, Sign for your office, and simple marketing literature Outdoor Advertising: Billboards at various locations Media: Commercials in various media (Magazines, TV, Radio, Newspaper) Directories: Yellow Pages, chamber of commerce, or internet directories. Internet Search: Content and Advertising Networking: Physical (Chamber) and Internet (facebook, linkedin, etc) For small businesses, the most effective methods for promotion/placements in priority order are: Basic Signage: Although mobile devices are developing "apps" to communicate some of this information, a small investment in basic signage is well worthwhile. Internet Search: Given that most consumer research begins on the internet, becoming visible to the internet search engines is exceedingly important. Spending advertising dollars on search engines can provide some short term results, but a far more effective strategy is to build interesting content connected to your points of differentiation. Internet Networking: Gaining clients through networks builds the trust which will encourage a potential client to engage with your small business. In this context, business networks such as Linkedin can be very useful. Internet Directories: Listing on the appropriate internet directories helps to build a broader presence, and provides other mechanisms for search engines to discover your business. Typically, advertising investments in platforms such as YP.com do not make sense, because these limited search engines are generally not as effective as global search engines such as Google/Bing. Done correctly, the above four techniques can be incredibly effective, and as shown in the following article, cost as little as $50/month. As for the other promotion tools, media and outdoor promotion can be helpful in building general branding, but can also be very expensive. Unless you are willing large amounts of money, the benefit is limited. all the physical tools (Yellow page book, Chamber networking events, etc..) have limited value and are generally not very efficient.

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Web Presence for Small Business -- Is the Web Industry Leading You in the Wrong Direction?

The current trend in the world of website development is toward mass customization through the use of content management toolkits such as Wordpress. What do we mean by "mass customization?" Every website is built with a different layout and functionality. This article argues that building websites using this model is very counterproductive for the vast majority of small business firms. In fact, this approach actually impedes the generation of economic value. Why? There are three significant reasons. Maintenance Costs: When a small business firm builds a website, either directly or through web developers, it has implicitly committed to the lifetime costs of maintaining that website. There are a vast number of reasons for updating a website, including a redirection or new opportunity for the business, an update in technology (the introduction of the iPad, for example), or simply a desire to take advantage of new web technology (liked Linkedin). There are many examples of small businesses that have built websites but do not have the resources or time to maintain them. Opportunity Costs: Most websites are built and maintained by a cottage industry of web developers. Many small business firms can't obtain enough bandwidth from the web developer to update their websites in a timely manner. This hinders marketing innovation for the business, because all actions are gated by access to web resources. Further, as new Internet technologies are introduced into the marketplace, the current toolkit approach forces everyone individually to update and integrate the new technology. Viewed at a market level, this is a truly massive amount of work. Business-to-Business collaboration: With different companies building their own unique websites, businesses cannot easily integrate their respective marketing messages to create a material impact in the marketplace. Also, it is impossible for small businesses to integrate synergistically with natural partners like banks and insurance professionals. Thus, customization actually leads to the loss of massive business opportunities for small businesses. What about builder solutions from companies such asWeb.com, GoDaddy, Vistaprint, or Wix.com ? Companies such as GoDaddy, Vistaprint, Wix.com andWeb.com increasingly have offered "web builder" tools. While these tools certainly aid in the ease-of-development of websites, they fundamentally do not change the paradigm of mass customization and have the same issues as toolkits such as Wordpress. What is the solution? In a word, the answer is platforms. Platforms differ from toolkits in that a single entity builds a core functionality that can be personalized by each business. Examples of successful platforms include Facebook, Linkedin, and Quickbooks. Today, small businesses have access to platforms such as Ocoos for their marketing function. These platforms have the following characteristics: Standard web presence driven by personalization with direct data entry by customer. Standard methods for integration of content. Deep functionality including natively integrated ecommerce, customer relationship management, social network management, data mining, and analytics. How do platforms compare to the toolkit approach? In a platform, the consumers of the website gain a standard look and feel. This contrasts favorably with the mass customization of the toolkit model, where customers have a potentially haphazard and unfamiliar experience. In a platform, small businesses have access to a deep functionality at a very affordable price. With a toolkit, most of the advanced functionality is not available to the small businesses, and if it is available, the small businesses have to integrate the technology themselves. In a platform, maintenance costs are minimized since they are shared over all users. For toolkits, the aggregate maintenance costs are massive and generally not supportable by most small businesses. In a platform, opportunity costs are eliminated because new Internet technologies can be integrated in a very efficient manner, unlike toolkit approaches that require integration on an individualized basis. Finally, the platform approach allows for a standard base upon which business-to-business marketing integration can occur. The mass customization resultant from the toolkit approach disallows this possibility. Do these platforms remove the need for digital marketers? No. Actually, the opposite is true. With these platforms, digital marketers can focus on core marketing much more efficiently than they currently can. Additionally, they can operate with a platform that can scale efficiently over time.

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Technology Insurance for Small Businesses

When operating a small business, one has to worry about keeping current with technology to connect with the appropriate target customers effectively. However, the world of technology moves at a very rapid pace. In just a few years, social networking and mobile devices have become critical to the success of any business. Most small businesses built their marketing and sales infrastructure (websites, ecommerce) with no real thought towards technology obsolescence. Keeping up with these technological changes can be expensive both in time and money. The cottage industry of webdevelopers who have traditionally provided solutions have not helped the situation because they have built one-time custom solutions. How does one insure against this risk of technological change? A small business owner has had to deal with insurance - liability, workman's compensation, etc. But never before has someone had to worry about technology insurance.

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The Next Step in Business Referrals

Small businesses know the power of networking in order to gain customers. With this in mind, many small businesses participate in a number of activities in order to gain customers. These include: Local BNI groups focused on referrals, Local Chambers in various networking events, Business Associations. While effective, these mechanisms rely on physical interaction. This means that it takes time and is expensive. Can the Internet help ? Today, one can go onto the Internet and build a web presence. With this web presence, millions of businesses try to get the attention of the search engines. Much like a blade in a field of grass, all businesses start looking the same ! In addition, currently the Internet has no way to expose the reputation that small businesses have built over many years, nor the partnerships which have been forged/tested over time.

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Where are the Solutions for Service Based Businesses?

Over the years, innovation has spurred both growth and efficiency in the distribution sector for products. Today, as a product maker, it is easier than ever to market and sell your offerings. The significant innovations for products which include mail-order catalogs (Sears), superstores with optimized logistics (Walmart) , speciality superstores (Dick's, Staples, Bass Pro Shops..etc), and finally into the world of ecommerce with Amazon/Ebay. Service providers have seen no similar increase in efficiency. At best, one can say that Yellow Pages has provided a directory (online and in book) and review systems (Yelp, Google) have provided a method for lowering the barriers for engagement. However, largely suppliers of services are still in the same position that product makers were decades ago.

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  • User Optimized Website
  • Mobile Website
  • Blog/Newsletter
  • Public Calendar
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  • Built-In Discount Manager
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  • Sell Digital Media
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  • Digital Document Signing
  • Page Hosting
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  • Flexible Security
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Wix Review vs Ocoos for Website Development

Wix, along with Weebly, have pioneered the world of Do It Yourself (DIY) website development. Wix focuses on providing a web editor where one can design a web interface without having to worry about the underlying HTML with a What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWIG) editor.. Indeed with Wix one has a large choice in templates which can be customized to your hearts content. Their tag line is "build gorgeous websites," and with some effort from the customer(2-3 hours typical), they largely deliver on that brand promise. In addition, Wix has started to build an "app-store" to integrate other third-party services (ecommerce/scheduling) which can be integrated into the Wix Dashboard. They claim to have over 45M customers and offer their websites for free. Overall, the Wix point-of-view seems to be: "Here is a tool-kit of templates, vendor integrations, api's with which you can build your business solution." The long term maintenance issues around scaling with devices, browsers, or newer internet technologies are left to the customer. Launched by Harvard/Kellogg Alums, Ocoos has built a next-generation platform which focuses on solving the sales/marketing problems for small businesses in a more holistic manner. The Ocoos value statement is an integration of the businesses front-end operations…the homepage, the core offerings, and business operations in a platform based approach. This integration allows an easily maintainable system which can be operational in as little as 20 minutes while providing scalability across devices/browsers. In addition, Ocoos offers concierge services to build the website for the customer. Overall, the Ocoos point-of-view is: "Here is a fully-integrated solution to your internet sales/marketing needs which has already been optimized for user interaction, devices, browsers, and search. We take care of the technology, so that you can take care of your business!" In comparing the two solutions at a deeper level, Wix provides an attractive solution in the area of building the initial splash page for a company website..your Internet Storefront. However, the functionality becomes sparse when looking at capabilities for business owners to engage with their customers. Wix tries to address this problem with an "app-store," where third-party vendors integrate with Wix with functionality such as scheduling, documents, etc. However, integrating separately designed systems involves overhead for the customer, and maintaining consistency across revisions of devices/browsers is even harder. In contrast, the Ocoos system is optimized for the busy small business owner who does not have 2-3 hours to just build the website never mind integrate that site with plugins as well as maintain this combination across various browsers/hardware platforms with multiple vendors. Ocoos avoids this problem with a coherently integrated system which naturally scales with devices/browsers. Overall, if you desire a website which has little need for broader business functions (ex: announce a wedding to the world), Wix is a fine solution, but if you want to operate a business, Ocoos provides a much fuller and deeply integrated solution.

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Shopify Review vs Ocoos for Website Development

Shopify is the last of the Do It Yourself (DIY) website development companies such as Weebly and Wix. While having very similar functionality as Weebly, Shopify has positioned itself as the provider of ecommerce for your facebook page. Shopify has focused on providing a web editor where one can design a web interface without having to worry about the underlying HTML(WYSIWYG editor). Indeed with Shopify one has a large choice in templates which can be customized to your hearts content. In addition, Shopify has well integrated storefront for products. They claim to have over 100K customers and offer their website for free for 14 days. Overall, they offer a good product for a splash-page+product solution, and in-that, they can be a nice complement to selling products on sites such as Amazon and eBay. Launched by Harvard/Kellogg Alums, Ocoos has built a next-generation platform which focuses on solving the sales/marketing problems for small businesses in a more holistic manner. The Ocoos value statement is an integration of the businesses front-end operations…the homepage, the core offerings, and business operations in a platform based approach. This integration allows an easily maintainable system which can be operational in as little as 20 minutes while providing scalability across devices/browsers. In addition, Ocoos offers concierge services to build the website for the customer. Overall, the Ocoos point-of-view is: "Here is a fully-integrated solution to your internet sales/marketing needs which has already been optimized for user interaction, devices, and browsers. We take care of the technology, so that you can take care of your business". In comparing the two solutions at a deeper level, Shopify provides an attractive solution in the area of building the initial splash page for a company website..your Internet Storefront. However, the functionality becomes sparse beyond offering an ecommerce store for products. In contrast, the Ocoos system is optimized for the busy small business owner who does not have 2-3 hours to just build the website, and needs more complex business interactions…especially with a focus around services. Overall, if you desire a website which has little need for broader business functions (ex: announce a wedding to the world) or want a splash page to complement an Amazon/ebay product strategy, Shopify is a fine solution, but if you want to operate a business which has a bit more complexity (especially services), Ocoos provides a much fuller and deeply integrated solution.

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GoDaddy Review vs Ocoos for Website Development

Along with their dominant hosting/domain business, GoDaddy offers a Do It Yourself (DIY) web development tool. In terms of quality/ease-of-use, it is quite a bit more difficult to use as compared to Wix/Weebly/Squarespace/Ocoos. With some effort from the customer(2-3 days is not unusual), one can build a decent website, but to do anything real you will need a webdeveloper. That is, unless you are familiar with terms such as plugins, hosting, dns, etc. Overall, their headset is that we already provide you domain/hosting services, and we can provide a website builder in the process as well. Launched by Harvard/Kellogg Alums, Ocoos has built a next-generation platform which focuses on solving the sales/marketing problems for small businesses in a more holistic manner. The Ocoos value statement is an integration of the businesses front-end operations…the homepage, the core offerings, and business operations in a platform based approach. This integration allows an easily maintainable system which can be operational in as little as 20 minutes while providing scalability across devices/browsers. In addition, Ocoos offers concierge services to build the website for the customer. Overall, the Ocoos point-of-view is: "Here is a fully-integrated solution to your internet sales/marketing needs which has already been optimized for user interaction, devices, and browsers. We take care of the technology, so that you can take care of your business". In comparing the two solutions at a deeper level, GoDaddy provides an adequate solution in the area of building the initial splash page for a company website..your Internet Storefront. However, the functionality becomes sparse beyond offering an ecommerce store for products. In contrast, the Ocoos system is optimized for the busy small business owner who does not have 2-3 hours to just build the website, and needs more complex business interactions…especially with a focus around services. Overall, if you desire a website which has little need for broader business functions (ex: announce a wedding to the world) or want a splash page to complement an Amazon/ebay product strategy, GoDaddy is an ok solution, but if you want to operate a business which has a bit more complexity (especially services), Ocoos provides a much fuller and deeply integrated solution out of the box. A webdeveloper can likely build more complex solutions using GoDaddy, but the costs (startup, maintenance, and opportunity) will be significant.

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Weebly Review vs Ocoos for Website Development

Weebly, along with Wix, have pioneered the world of Do It Yourself (DIY) website development. Weebly has focused on providing a web editor where one can design a web interface without having to worry about the underlying HTML(WYSIWYG editor). Indeed with Weebly one has a large choice in templates which can be customized to your hearts content. In addition, Weebly has well integrated storefront for products. They claim to have over 20M customers and offer their website for free. Overall, they offer a good product for a splash-page+product solution, and in-that, they can be a nice complement to selling products on sites such as Amazon and eBay. Launched by Harvard/Kellogg Alums, Ocoos has built a next-generation platform which focuses on solving the sales/marketing problems for small businesses in a more holistic manner. The Ocoos value statement is an integration of the businesses front-end operations…the homepage, the core offerings, and business operations in a platform based approach. This integration allows an easily maintainable system which can be operational in as little as 20 minutes while providing scalability across devices/browsers. In addition, Ocoos offers concierge services to build the website for the customer. Overall, the Ocoos point-of-view is: "Here is a fully-integrated solution to your internet sales/marketing needs which has already been optimized for user interaction, devices, and browsers. We take care of the technology, so that you can take care of your business" In comparing the two solutions at a deeper level, Weebly provides an attractive solution in the area of building the initial splash page for a company website..your Internet Storefront. However, the functionality becomes sparse beyond offering an ecommerce store for products. In contrast, the Ocoos system is optimized for the busy small business owner who does not have 2-3 hours to just build the website, and needs more complex business interactions…especially with a focus around services. Overall, if you desire a website which has little need for broader business functions (ex: announce a wedding to the world) or want a splash page to complement an Amazon/ebay product strategy, Weebly is a fine solution, but if you want to operate a business which has a bit more complexity (especially services), Ocoos provides a much fuller and deeply integrated solution.

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Webs Review vs Ocoos For Website Development

Along with their dominant business-card/physical marketing material business, Vistaprint offers a do it yourself web development tool called Webs. In terms of quality/ease-of-use, it is reasonibly easy to use, certainly as compared to Godaddy, but has reasonably limited functionality.. With some effort from the customer(2-3 hours typical), one can build a decent website, but to do anything real another solution must be found. Overall, their headset is that we already provide low-end physical marketing services, and we can provide a website builder in the process as well. Launched by Harvard/Kellogg Alums, Ocoos has built a next-generation platform which focuses on solving the sales/marketing problems for small businesses in a more holistic manner. The Ocoos value statement is an integration of the businesses front-end operations…the homepage, the core offerings, and business operations in a platform based approach. This integration allows an easily maintainable system which can be operational in as little as 20 minutes while providing scalability across devices/browsers. In addition, Ocoos offers concierge services to build the website for the customer. Overall, the Ocoos point-of-view is: "Here is a fully-integrated solution to your internet sales/marketing needs which has already been optimized for user interaction, devices, and browsers. We take care of the technology, so that you can take care of your business". In comparing the two solutions at a deeper level, Webs provides an adequate solution in the area of building the initial splash page for a company website..your Internet Storefront. However, the functionality becomes sparse beyond offering an ecommerce store for products. In contrast, the Ocoos system is optimized for the busy small business owner who does not have 2-3 hours to just build the website, and needs more complex business interactions…especially with a focus around services. Overall, if you desire a website which has little need for broader business functions (ex: announce a wedding to the world) or want a splash page to complement an Amazon/ebay product strategy, Webs is an ok solution, but if you want to operate a business which has a bit more complexity (especially services), Ocoos provides a much fuller and deeply integrated solution out of the box. A webdeveloper can likely build more complex solutions using Webs, but the costs (startup, maintenance, and opportunity) will be significant.

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WordPress Review vs Ocoos for Website Development

Wordpress is the original website development engine. Starting as an open-source simple solution to blogging, wordpress has grown to a massive system which powers some of the most complex websites in the world. Thousands of developers work on wordpress, and beyond the core engine, hundreds of "plugins" are available for nearly any function under earth. There is no dedicated support, but there is a large community of developers who can answer questions. Overall, Wordpress is a developers ideal choice for building complex websites, but unless you speak the language of webdevelopers, it is overwhelming for most small business owners. Launched by Harvard/Kellogg Alums, Ocoos has built a next-generation platform which focuses on solving the sales/marketing problems for small businesses in a more holistic manner. The Ocoos value statement is an integration of the businesses front-end operations…the homepage, the core offerings, and business operations in a platform based approach. This integration allows an easily maintainable system which can be operational in as little as 20 minutes while providing scalability across devices/browsers. In addition, Ocoos offers concierge services to build the website for the customer. Overall, the Ocoos point-of-view is: "Here is a fully-integrated solution to your internet sales/marketing needs which has already been optimized for user interaction, devices, and browsers. We take care of the technology, so that you can take care of your business". In comparing the two solutions at a deeper level, WordPress provides a programming environment to build a wide variety of complex solutions. However, unless you live in the world of developers, a typical business owner is more likely to expend large amounts of time learning and maintaining even simple websites. It is likely they will employ a web developer, but the cost/competence/responsiveness can be highly variable. In contrast, the Ocoos system is optimized for the busy small business owner who does not have 2-3 hours to just build the website, and needs more complex business interactions…especially with a focus around services. Thus, the comparison of a platform like Wordpress to the more automated platforms (Wix, Weebly, Squarespace, Ocoos) is really like getting a tailor to build your suit vs high-end ready-made. Yes, there are some companies who can afford the custom suits, but most of the world wants the off-the-shelf capabilities, cost, convenience of ready-made. Ocoos provides a much fuller and deeply integrated solution out of the box. A webdeveloper can likely build more complex solutions using WordPress, but the costs (startup, maintenance, and opportunity) will be significant.

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Squarespace Review vs Ocoos for Website Development

Squarespace, along with Weebly/Wix, have pioneered the world of Do It Yourself (DIY) website development. Squarespace focuses on providing a web editor where one can design a web interface without having to worry about the underlying HTML(WYSIWYG editor). Indeed with Squarespace one has a large choice in templates which can be customized to your hearts content. With some effort from the customer(2-3 hours typical), one can build a decent website, but to do anything real you will need a webdeveloper.They claim to have over 2M customers and offer a 14 day free trial. Overall, their headset is to provide a toolkit for building website, and a fairly clean interface for web developers to integrate deeper functionality. Launched by Harvard/Kellogg Alums, Ocoos has built a next-generation platform which focuses on solving the sales/marketing problems for small businesses in a more holistic manner. The Ocoos value statement is an integration of the businesses front-end operations…the homepage, the core offerings, and business operations in a platform based approach. This integration allows an easily maintainable system which can be operational in as little as 20 minutes while providing scalability across devices/browsers. In addition, Ocoos offers concierge services to build the website for the customer. Overall, the Ocoos point-of-view is: "Here is a fully-integrated solution to your internet sales/marketing needs which has already been optimized for user interaction, devices, and browsers. We take care of the technology, so that you can take care of your business". In comparing the two solutions at a deeper level, Squarespace provides an attractive solution in the area of building the initial splash page for a company website..your Internet Storefront. However, the functionality becomes sparse beyond offering an ecommerce store for products. In contrast, the Ocoos system is optimized for the busy small business owner who does not have 2-3 hours to just build the website, and needs more complex business interactions…especially with a focus around services. Overall, if you desire a website which has little need for broader business functions (ex: announce a wedding to the world) or want a splash page to complement an Amazon/ebay product strategy, Squarespace is a fine solution, but if you want to operate a business which has a bit more complexity (especially services), Ocoos provides a much fuller and deeply integrated solution out of the box. A webdeveloper can likely build more complex solutions using Squarespace, but the costs (startup, maintenance, and opportunity) will be significant.

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Mar
08

The Real Estate Agent with the Technology to Succeed: The 'Democratization of Data'


Real estate professionals are more than experts about the properties they represent and the clients they advise. They are also champions of technology, advocates for new tools and resources to elevate their online visibility and more effectively market to prospective buyers and sellers.

Full Article at RealityTimes.com


Mar
03

An Integrated Platform for Health and Wellness: The Next Generation of Websites


Corporate wellness and technology are increasingly inseparable: The latter enhances the former by elevating a doctor's presence online (to cite one notable example) and educating prospective patients about relevant news, trends and studies within a particular area of the health care industry.

Full Article at CorporateWellnessMagazine.com


Feb
09

Ocoos Ranked as Best Website Solution for Services by FitSmallBusiness


If you are a service business, then Ocoos is probably your best bet. It has service-business oriented features that other website builder's do not offer ... You can also have Ocoos build a great looking website for you ... For our full Ocoos review, click here.

Full Article at FitSmallBusiness.com

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Launched by Harvard/Kellogg Alums, Ocoos has built a next-generation platform which focuses on solving the sales/marketing problems for small businesses in a more holistic manner. The leadership has a rich background in building innovative solutions, complex software development, and solving real business problems. In addition, the team has attracted an exceptional set of advisers with experience in fields such as retail (President Duracell), IT (CEO AMD), and services (SVP Progressive).

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How It Works

A store front open both day and night to offer customer service 24/7.
Ocoos Consists of 3 Major Parts
  • Homepage: Attractive mobile and search optimized company page.
  • Offerings: Easily sell products or services with our eCommerce, scheduling, and document capabilities.
  • Operations Dashboard: Better understand your traffic, sales, and customers.
A busy work desk with customer website displayed on many different devices.
Why is Ocoos "Next Generation"?
  • An integrated solution (website, eCommerce, CRM).
  • Rich capability to build complex services.
  • No need to manage hosting, domains, browsers, and devices.
  • Business-to-Business co-marketing.
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How can I engage with Ocoos?

The Ocoos Advantage

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We Provide Technology Insurance:
  • We upgrade your site automatically, no worries!
  • We manage your domains, hosting, and scaling.
  • We automatically adapt to the newest devices.
  • We ensure you can handle emerging payment platforms, such as Apple Pay.
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We Enable Complex Products and Services:
  • Allow customers to schedule your services.
  • Process payments for complex services (deposits, post-pay, etc.).
  • Enable customers to digitally sign and store agreements (liability, work completion, etc.).
  • Handle many other complex business tasks.
A map of the world with lots of different people of all races scattered all over the world and interconnected via the Ocoos B2B co-marketing platform.
We Enable B2B Co-Marketing:
  • Get trusted businesses to recommend you on the Internet. Accelerate your referrals!
  • Co-market with trusted partners on the Internet.
  • Amplify your brand by using your B2B network!

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