Webware is always working to improve our Digital Services Plan to help our clients reach more potential customers and improve their bottom line through Digital Marketing.
This week, we are excited to announce Instagram images for your blog posts.
Staples Canada has become The Working and Learning Company and as part of the transformation, a new concept store is ready to be unveiled at 375 University Avenue, Toronto. Local media and the community are invited to take part in a grand opening celebration on Thursday, January 10 which will begin with a ribbon cutting at 8:30 a.m., and conclude at 5:30 pm with a spotlight with Canadian fashion designer and entrepreneur Joe Mimran.
When you have to balance your personal and professional life - you miss out on opportunities to present your brand in the best light possible.
Small and medium-sized businesses most often opt to stick to their in-house staff rather than seeking a professional digital marketing consultant.
Say goodbye to using those other complicated email marketing tools. Webware’s Newsletter platform makes it easier than ever to send out beautiful, engaging email newsletters. Stay in touch with your customers using our user-friendly newsletter platform right from the Webware dashboard.
Google’s steadfast commitment to the user-experience has sparked another update to its Search Engine Results Page (SERP) ranking factors. If your website uses a popup to gather email newsletter signups or likes on social media or something else, this new ranking signal is directed at you.
The trend of mobile search shows no signs of slowing down soon. Following the path that Google began in April of last year, the mobile-friendliness ranking signal will be updated in May to further improve mobile search results.
We’re pleased to announce that Butch Langlois is joining Webware as Chief Operating Officer to support our North American expansion.
PowerStores Ecommerce Ltd. is ready to take on North America with a new name and a fresh round of capital investment to fuel its rapid growth.
Rebranded as Webware.io, the company has closed a new round of funding led by Toronto-based Extreme Venture Partners and William Bissell, who made the investment in his personal capacity through his family office. Webware offers a DIY website platform that is now complemented with robust do-it-for-me set up and support services to ensure businesses become competitive in the online world.
We are proud to announce that PowerStores is now Webware.
For our customers and partners, rest assured that nothing will change. We still provide the best platform to suit all of the online needs of a business, including website content management, e-commerce and online payments, blog, social media, and more. We will continue to offer both a do-it-yourself option and a do-it-for-you service, to give you the flexibility to choose what works best for you.
This Thursday, November 5th, catch Webware.io at the Los Angeles Small Business Expo.