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The KOA Technology Blog

We spend a good deal of time learning about new technologies that deal with graphic design and branding, website design, development, and Internet marketing and we like to share this with others.  Hopefully you find our blog to be a palatable way for us to talk about this new technology and our thoughts on it.  Please send us feedback if you can think of ways we can improve too.  Thank you!

Koa Consulting celebrates 6 years of business!

A lot can happen in 6 years.  A child can grow and learn to speak.  Lava can start flowing and cover up once-flourishing communities.  Businesses may come and go and hardly be remembered.  Looking back to 2005, we can certainly says that a lot has happened since then as a company.  Enough to keep us too busy to remember our 5 year anniversary!  With that in mind, we would like to take a moment to recognize our many accomplishments in a way that is more than a simple "pat on the back." 

It's Business as Usual in Hawaii

With the current economic struggle being such a focus of day to day conversation, we here at Koa Consulting felt it would be good to think more on the positive aspects of our work routine.  We are as busy as ever, and I like to think that is because our main goal is to HELP our clients by providing them with much-needed technology. I've always found that when your purpose is to help others you simply cannot fail.  Yes it may get tough to pay the bills and there may be a lot of "juggling" going on, but somehow things just work out.  Now getting to the point of our current blog post, we are going to talk about some of the recent clients we have helped, what their goals are, and how in many ways it does feel very much like "business as usual" here in Hawaii.

Have a Winning Website Strategy!

These days especially we will sit down with a new potential client and they will ask the question:

"How much does it cost to make a website that will be #1 on Google?" 

If it was as simple as pressing a few buttons, wouldn't everyone do it?  Then of course you couldn't be #1 if everyone was pressing the same buttons!  Website ranking is not a simple thing, it is a combination of content, website structure, how often you update your site, how many people link to your site, and how popular it is (among other things).  The good news is that if you follow the following steps you will be well on your way to improving your search engine ranking and seeing results quickly.  And we are of course here to help if you get stuck.

How Social Networking Can Help Your Business

We are all well aware that Social Networking is more than popular, it is reaching all demographics, age groups, and driving people online!  So you may have a MySpace or Facebook page, a group of friends, and enjoy the time you spend interacting with it all.  So the big question here is "How Can This Help Me or My Business?"  This is where KOA Consulting can offer advise, consulting, and a custom social networking framework to help grow your business into the most profitable entity it can be.

Recession or not, why a good website is crucial to your success.

In these recent months we have been approached by a large number of business owners, individuals, entrepreneurs, and everyone wants to know what effect the financial downturn will have on Internet-based businesses. As far as we can see, there is even more demand for quality web services and we will continue to do our best to help our clients weather this "storm" of insecurity.  As we reflect on previous times, general business practice was to lease an office space, purchase inventory, and open up shop. This was a huge amount of risk not to mention a hefty business loan to repay.  The common questions arise: "what if my products or services don't sell?"

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