More than half of accountancy firms have gained a return on investment (ROI) in their websites, while many more - around 83% - are engaging in social media, accord
With the end of self assessment season firms around the country are breathing a collective sigh of relief - and wondering what's next.
In the age of smartphones, tablets and social media, business websites still have a role to play.
Around 53% of accountants who spend more than 10 hours a week on social media have seen a return on investment, according to a survey into online engagement in the profession.
Website specialist and AccountingWEB sister company PracticeWEB is running a survey to help you find out whether your online marketing efforts are effective or not.
Twenty-six accountancy firms have made it through to the second round of the 2012 Practice Excellence Awards and will now be scrutinised by our expert judges.
Document management software developer Invu has teamed up with PracticeWEB to offer accounting firms secure online file exchange facilities via their practice websites.
Practice Excellence Awards judge James Scanlan draws some lessons from the client survey results about how accountants can benefit from being flexible in their client relationships.
Can Google Instant help people find your website? Collette Easton discusses the implications of Google Instant for businesses.