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From small business to global enterprise, social media has taken the corporate world by storm, and it's here to stay. So what is social media? And how do you decide where it fits in your online strategy? This whitepaper aims to offer users a social media "kit" which can help answer these questions. Well worth the read, the article discusses the latest in website design and functionality, raises some interesting questions and offers inside insight into what we can expect for the future.

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Whitepaper: Bwired Social Media Kit

by bwiredMar 29, 2010

From small business to global enterprise, social media has taken the corporate world by storm, and it�s here to stay. So what is social media? And how do you decide where it fits in your online strategy? This white paper aims to offer users a social media �kit� that can help answer these questions. The article discusses the latest in Web site design and functionality, raises some interesting questions, and offers inside insight into what we can expect for the future.


Whitepaper: Reinventing Business Processes Through Strategic Implementation

by bwiredJul 16, 2009

Strategic implementation involves identifying key stakeholders and target segments, gaining a clear understanding of business goals and objectives, determining the processes through which these can best be achieved, and ensuring the training and support is in place to maximize results. The aim of this paper is to educate users about strategic implementation, and the impact it can have on success in the online environment.


Whitepaper: Seven Strategies For Planning Your Business Web Site

by bwiredApr 15, 2008

Most successful businesses start with a plan. They begin with the end in mind. A Web site is no different. It simply functions in the online world, rather than the physical world. Here are seven key strategies for planning your online business.


Whitepaper: The Next Wave Of Online Business Innovation

by bwiredApr 15, 2008

As businesses began incorporating their Web sites into broader branding and marketing strategies, some tended initially toward building "flashy" platforms. The trend has now shifted in the direction of providing more substance in the form of pragmatic functionality and less glitzy style as the internet-user market has matured.