Use your creative thinking skills: how you approach the individual project is the vision (in this case it’s how to brand yourself). How do you describe the business, as you want it to be? The answer involves seeing the optimal future for your business, and then describing that vision with your motivation. A strong brand is valuable because it ultimately changes the behavior of your market. This, as we all know, will lead them to buy more frequently, be willing to pay more and in some cases your clients and users will recommend the brand (you) to friends.
These pool maintenance companies are going to be in need of swimming pool supplies. If that’s what you sell, you will be targeting these customers. If you have a retail store you could be targeting homeowners as well. However, businesses such as health spas, hotels and condominium complexes are more likely to use the services of a pool maintenance company. But as more and more web sites start using complicated URL structure it becomes impossible and inconvienent to continuously show 50+ long character url strings many with archive structure in the URL or SQL Data inside the URL string itself and by using a URL compression tool you can have users focus more on the content you are discussing rather than the URL http://blogs.elpais.com/china-red/2014/06/el-caos-de-aplicaciones-m%C3%B3viles-en-china.html itself.
“Blog” is a word that sounds too big to use for these mini updates, though. They can be compared to status updates on a Facebook profile. E.g., “Bob is getting ready for work.” Or, “Dianna is glad that she remembered to put on her makeup before she left the house today.” This is the microblog, but it is far more than just a periodic status update. People now using imcroblogging to exchange video, audio, pictures, selling, socializing, and et.
al. So while microblogging sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Plurk and others are much easier to share information with the use of URL Compression tools, many web sites themselves can benefit by using URL compression for Image Links, Sponsored Links, or hidden links within their website. Every company I’ve ever worked for, especially big companies, nobody knows who anybody else is. The bigger the company is, the harder it is to learn who your co-workers are and to understand what other people may be working on.
http://www.successful-blog.com/1/9-truths-about-social-media-big-business-wants-us-to-know-and-2-proofs-they-want-from-us/ So we saw a need for something that would enable better communication and collaboration within an enterprise. And we do that by applying what we learned from the consumer internet space. In people’s personal lives, they can use these great sites like Facebook and Twitter to stay in touch with their friends. And then, when they get to work, all the tools seem to be really archaic and hard to use. We just thought that the software you use at work should be a lot more like the software that you get to use in your personal life.