What is CMS

A content management system (CMS) is a computer program that allows publishing, editing and modifying content as well as maintenance from a central interface. Such systems of content management provide procedures to manage workflow in a collaborative environment. These procedures can be manual steps or an automated cascade. CMSs have been available since the late 1990s.

CMSs are often used to run websites containing blogs, news, and shopping. Many corporate and marketing websites use CMSs. CMSs typically aim to avoid the need for hand coding but may support it for specific elements or entire pages.

TEC3 – The Entrepreneur Center of Craven County

TEC3 – The Entrepreneur Center of Craven County

Introducing the The Entrepreneur Center of Craven County and its brand new website, designed and developed by LinearTech. www.teccc.org

The Entrepreneur Center (The Cube) will promote Economic Development, focusing on start-up and expanding businesses by providing rental space at a reduced rate, business office equipment use, continuing education in entrepreneurship and a resource for networking with a long range goal of business sustainability outside The Cube.

The Entreprenuer Center Website

To read more about TEC3, visit http://www.teccc.org/about-tec3.html

To stay up to date on these, as well as other projects in the community, please visit City of New Bern website or their Facebook page.

TEC3 – The Entrepreneur Center of Craven County

New website – Pinecone Home and Garden

Welcome to Pinecone Home and Garden, and its new responsive website, designed and developed by LinearTech.

Pinecone Home and Garden website

Pinecone Home and Garden is a full service nursery with a very personal touch. They help you find plants that match your landscape and your lifestyle.  They also guide you to find the right tree to bring you color in the spring and shade in the summer. They create a container garden for you that will brighten up your entryway with just a little TLC on your part. And they’ll design your landscape to enhance your home and your life.

Read more about Pinecone Home and Garden and their services here.

The content of this website was developed by The Reactive Voice

TEC3 – The Entrepreneur Center of Craven County

New website – Rivertowne Rentals

Meet Rivertowne Rentals – LinearTech’s new responsive WordPress website for a local real estate company.

Real estate website development

Rivertowne Rentals is a professional property management company operating  in all of Craven County, North Carolina. They are known throughout the industry as giving our property owners the personal touch and going above and beyond normal property management standards. They office Turn-Key Property Management Services.

To learn more about RIvertowne Rentals, visit their website: rivertownerentals.info. Or contact:

(252) 639 – 0200
Email: Rentals@NCmove.com
1914 Trent Blvd,
New Bern, NC 28560


TEC3 – The Entrepreneur Center of Craven County

Drive Traffic to Your Business’s Website (2015)

Drive Traffic to Your Business’s WebsiteMaybe you’ve just set up your company’s new website or social media site, or maybe you’ve had it for a while. If you are like many small businesses, you may be wondering if it is even worthwhile, after all, there are seldom any visitors to either site. But don’t give up yet, there are a few simple and low cost strategies you can use to drive traffic to your site, and to engage customers and potential customers with your business. Below are 8 strategies for improving traffic to your site:

  1. Be Active – No one wants to keep visiting a site that never changes. Keep your webpage and Facebook page dynamic and engaging with frequent posts. Posts can be about your product, new projects, or simply industry news. For example, a pet care business might post articles about grooming techniques. Keep your visitors interested!
  2. Use SEO, or Search Engine Optimization – Be proactive to make sure your site gets listed high in relevant search results. Firstly, that means getting your site listed on the major search engines, including Google, Yahoo! and Bing. Once you are listed, you need to have the right text and keywords to be listed for relevant searches. This means much more than simply listing words for the search engine to find. Search Engines have become highly sophisticated, and can recognize high quality content, vs. simple keyword listing. To rank high in results, you need high quality content such as articles and descriptions that incorporate keywords in a natural way. A good web designer will know how to structure your site and label content such as photos and graphics in a way that search engines can find.
  3. Tag, Like, and Share – This goes back to being active with your site, and with social media. When you see interesting articles and posts that are related to your business, don’t just read them and move on, be sure to Like, Share, and were applicable Tag other users in the post.
  4. Comment – Be sure to comment on relevant social media posts. Just remember, you’re representing your business, so be sure to your comments reflect your business in a good light.
  5. Set an advertising budget and use it for online advertising – Online advertising can help get your name out there. If you don’t have much money, don’t worry, online advertising can be highly flexible to your budget. Marketing firms can help you manage your online advertising to ensure you get the most value for your money.
  6. Engage – If you are a local business, focus your online activity on local sites where you can most effectively engage with potential customers. This can mean commenting on local topics, or targeting local websites for your online advertising.
  7. Encourage Engagement with Incentives – a great way to do this is with frequent online coupons, sales, and other opportunities for customers.   This will keep users visiting your site to see what is new.
  8. Stay in Touch (Follow Up) – You can add willing customers to an email newsletter list to keep them up to date with your business. Keep them informed about activities, promotions, and changes.