Search engines are available 24x7, all 365 days of the year. There is no space to put your guard down, and if you do so you could find yourself toppled from the loft pedestal you would be perched in the blink of an eye.
Giving priority to search engine optimization and maintaining your website, with ease of navigation would be the key to success, in the business that you are indulged in. Your customers should be able to find you fast and quick, which would put you at a tremendous advantage over and above your competition.
This is easier said than done. In the context you would have to mount an articulated and well managed website with all the necessary trappings to stand out when searched for, by your prospective customers.
Since managing, maintaining and regularly monitoring your website is a top priority all your efforts should be directed towards it, which would ensure that the maximum traffic is diverted to your website.
SEO or search engine optimization requires no regular payments to the search engine providers. Being aggressive would ensure that you would be bestowed with high visibility when customers look for the information they need prior to concluding a sale.
The government elected recently has promised to reduce unemployment in the country by creating one million jobs within the next five years. Sri Lanka with a 4.5% unemployment rate which dropped from 4.7% a few months ago would see the silver lining if as promised the one million new jobs are created.
The major chunk of these jobs in Sri Lanka will be created in the private sector, with only a small fraction of them being made available in the government and semi-governments sectors.
It would be interesting to note that the government sector too has many vacancies that could be filled, like for instance in the health sector there is a dearth of doctors, nurses, paramedical and other related staff. It is the same situation in every other government department.
The government would be reluctant to fill these Sri Lankan jobs due to financial constrains and whether they would do so in the next five years would be interesting to watch.
The private sector on the side of the divide has been the driving force of the economy, with new job vacancies being created on a daily basis, in all sectors.
It is no secret that to secure a top job Sri Lanka in the private sector, knowledge of English would be the criteria.