Search engine optimization (SEO) has changed dramatically over the past 12 months. By the time you leave NCET’s May Tech Bite luncheon you will come away with a strategic understanding of SEO, what’s important and what isn’t in 2016 (and beyond) and some handy tactics to put to work to improve your SEO and ultimately your business performance.
Over the last ten years, I’ve heard lots of pitches to angel investor groups and in business plan competitions. Here are four of the most common flaws I’ve encountered, and ways to avoid them.
Many Nevada companies are missing out on opportunities to grow their business and increase revenues because they don’t think about exporting their goods and services abroad. That’s the message of Kristopher Sanchez, director of international trade with the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development. Sanchez spoke at a roundtable sponsored by the Urban Chamber of Commerce in Las Vegas and encouraged companies to go on a trade mission to Australia in July. The deadline to apply is May. 20.
The Nevada District office of the U.S. Small Business Administration announced it will recognize University of Nevada, Reno College of Business faculty member David Croasdell and alumna Randi Hecht (’10) during the May 4, 2016 awards luncheon in Las Vegas.
Vital Systems, in business for three decades, is an electronics design and manufacturing firm that develops new products for customers and manufactures them in large volumes. Vital Systems takes ideas from concept to market, all in a one-stop shop. Join us for the May Tech Wednesday and learn more…
Tracking responses, scheduling posts and making sure that you are speaking to your customers on a regular basis can be a dedicated job all on its own. This is where social media automation can help. Social Media automation is a tool that marketers will use to schedule and monitor social media activity. There are many different social media automation tools available online that can range from free to hundreds of dollars each month.
Nevada’s unemployment rate declined again in March 2016, down to a seasonally-adjusted 5.8 percent. Nevada’s businesses added 35,500 jobs, which equates to a growth rate of 2.8 percent over the previous year. “The State continues to narrow the gap with respect to the national unemployment rate and for the 44th consecutive month Nevada’s job growth, which is the third best in the nation, has exceeded the national average,” said Governor Brian Sandoval. “Small businesses continue to create new opportunities across Nevada and have surpassed peak pre-recession job numbers, a major milestone for the Silver State.”