Top Tip

08 August, 2008

For off-licences who want to

get online, the advantage now is that putting

a web offer in place is

much cheaper than it used to be. Ten years ago you would be looking at paying a software house an extreme amount of money. Nowadays you can get a very good

website for around £1,500.

Actinic

is an

off-the-shelf, very easy to use software application

that puts people online with their offering, just like that. Another thing to bear in mind

is that internet buyers have very high expectations - they expect their products to be

delivered when

promised.

Tim Francis, thedrinkshop.com

Send your Top Tip for getting on in the business and you could bag yourself a bottle of bubbly.

Email laura.clark@william-reed.co.uk or phone 01293 610225




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