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6 Tips for Building a Website that Captures Leads and Converts Prospects

6 Tips for Building a Website that Captures Leads and Converts Prospects

Remember the days when all you needed on your website was the most basic description of your business, your phone number, and your address? (And for those readers who don’t remember this, yes, that used to be how it was.) People weren’t building websites that…

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5 Reasons Why Concierge Medicine Marketing Software Is Worth Every Dime for Your Boutique Practice

5 Reasons Why Concierge Medicine Marketing Software Is Worth Every Dime for Your Boutique Practice

The healthcare and customer service you provide in a concierge medicine, or boutique medicine practice, has to be worth it for patients to pay several hundred or even thousands of dollars in fees outside of health insurance premiums. And one of the best ways to…

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4 Strategies for Making Big Data Solutions Happen in the Logistics Industry

4 Strategies for Making Big Data Solutions Happen in the Logistics Industry

You know the term “logistical nightmare”? When organizing the moving pieces of an event or situation just seems to get way out of hand? Well, if you’re in the logistics industry, that’s exactly what you can’t let happen. The word “logistics,” in its ancient Greek…

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Web Developer Uses React Native to Code New App: Here’s What Happened

Web Developer Uses React Native to Code New App: Here’s What Happened

Dan Nelson recently gave us his review of React Native to post in the RTS Labs blog. I admit it. I was skeptical at first. How can one coding tool be so different and make it so you can code for iOS and Android at…

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What You Emphasize Is What You Get: 5 Strategies that Define the RTS Labs Work Culture

What You Emphasize Is What You Get: 5 Strategies that Define the RTS Labs Work Culture

Taking care of business means taking care of employees. It’s what drives the workplace culture at RTS Labs. It must be working, because RTS Labs has been recognized as one of the best places to work in the Richmond, VA region by the Richmond Times-Dispatch…

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6 Low-Cost Ways to Get Patients to Use Your Patient Portal

6 Low-Cost Ways to Get Patients to Use Your Patient Portal

Building an awesome patient portal is one thing. Getting patients to actually use it is another. If you’re sitting at your desk nodding your head in agreement because you’ve spent time, money, and resources building a patient portal that no one seems to be using,…

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5 Strategies for Finding Your Ideal Customer (and What You’re Missing if You Don’t)

5 Strategies for Finding Your Ideal Customer (and What You’re Missing if You Don’t)

Throwing a bunch of marketing tactics at the wall to see what sticks (AKA “the spaghetti method” of marketing) is a waste of your resources and can make your brand or business look bad. Overextending your marketing efforts by offering too many deals or promotions…

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6 Important Questions to Ask When Choosing CRM Software

6 Important Questions to Ask When Choosing CRM Software

Been juggling an outdated client list and long email chains? Or worse – are you missing chances to close and letting follow-ups fall through the cracks because you don’t have a good way to track sales leads? This is the moment when it’s time to…

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Proven Method for Keeping Your Software and App Development from Derailing

Proven Method for Keeping Your Software and App Development from Derailing

Software and app development projects have a bad rap in the tech world – because tech projects like these are known for missing deadlines, going over budget, and going beyond scope. And it’s no wonder. Software and app development involves so many moving parts and…

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The Surprising Way to Measure – and Keep – Your Customers’ Love

The Surprising Way to Measure – and Keep – Your Customers’ Love

There’s a surprising way to measure – and keep – your customers’ love. And that’s in your data. Not just any data but in your support data specifically – the data where you will find the answers to what went right, what went horribly wrong,…

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