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Web Apps Are Only Getting Better, So Make The Most Of It

The web wasn’t always the massive, interactive sprawl it is today.

When it was first created, it was basically just a collection of hyperlinked documents and the beginnings of its interactivity started in the early 2000s with the hype of “Web 2.0”. From the early IRC chat boards and plain HTML pages, the Internet evolved to its current form, in which users can shop, email, work and collaborate, all through the use of web apps such as Gmail, Twitter, Google Docs, Slack and Trello.

Some of these apps allowed collaboration or traditional desktop apps to move online, while others such a Slack and Twitter’s embeds, retained the nature of a hyperlinked document.

Despite the interactivity they’ve added to the web, the golden rule of web apps is that the native version is probably better.

Currently, native apps - the apps that are specifically designed for platforms such as Windows, iOS or Android - have many advantages over web apps, because no matter how many JavaScript is piled onto an HTML document, there is no way it could ever match the quality and performance of a native app. Though building web apps is quicker, and distributing them is simpler, those advantages mean very little in the face of the advantages native apps offer.

 However, the web is a constantly evolving thing, and certain upcoming web technologies could give native apps a run for their money.

A Healthy Client Base is the Heartbeat of your Sales Process

Your client base is the quintessence of your company. As a business owner, you no doubt know that building a healthy client base is the key to your success. Without a steady stream of new, paying customers it’s virtually impossible to grow your business. Fulfilling your company vision relies almost solely on attracting clientele and keeping them interested in paying for your product.

A simple, step-wise approach is the best way to ensure that you attract new clients.