For growing design firms, marketing agencies, and companies who manage the websites or do the IT support for several clients, liaising with multiple website hosts, not to mention making alterations for clients when each is using a different platform can feel overwhelming. Over time it can also become impractical, as it can get disorganized and cost your clients more of your time as you switch over from one server to the next. Finally, managing multiple servers requires expertise using a variety of platforms and optimizing for them. If there is the option, why not streamline your business and transfer new and existing clients onto a single, unified WHM control panel. [Read more…]
Dreams can become reality if you’re willing to work hard and take risks. Sometimes that means walking away and leaving your comfortable life behind for a time while you adjust to your new circumstances. Other times, it means starting to work harder now while you wait for the day when you can break from your routine and start living the way you imagine.
One of the best ways to create your own course for success is to listen to the advice of successful bloggers who already blazed the trail. Their methods of starting and becoming popular may help you as you start to see your dreams realized. A large part of being successful is knowing when to take risks, when to be conservative, and how to identify, connect and resonate with potential readers. These things are something that every truly successful blogger masters in time. [Read more…]
Google search engine algorithm has incorporated numerous signals that are monitored, in order to rank web pages, hence you need to understand which factors are more respected by search engines because they make the difference between success and failure of SEO techniques. The most important areas that White Hat SEO techniques focus on are; [Read more…]
Domestic violence can bring a lasting trauma to victims particularly the young ones. It can lead to a low self-esteem, hatred towards other people, depression and worse, it can prompt the victim to take his or her own life notably if they don’t get help and the right support after their horrible experience.
Thankfully, many organizations exist today with a goal of helping domestic violence victims cope with the trauma and eventually move on with their new lives. Most provide assistance in various forms such as hotlines which parents and victims can use to report incidents or just to share their stories to ease the emotional burden they feel. They also provide shelters and other facilities where victims are housed while they are on the recovery process. [Read more…]
The principle of Occam’s Razor states that the simplest answer is most likely the correct answer. This truism may be applied to nearly anything in life, including the blogging arena.
How would we simplify the components of a successful blog? Surely there must be a formula that will work for anyone, right?
And there is … sort of. It’s not so much a precise formula that consists of clear steps to follow, but more a particular personality trait that every highly successful blogger has managed to identify and express in his or her commentaries. [Read more…]
Most bloggers try to stick to familiar territory for obvious reasons. If you’ve had experience in a given industry or education to back your writing, it’s easier to come up with new topics and you can write them fluidly without needing to stop and research new information every few sentences. However, there’s an advantage in extending your reach to topics you’re not familiar with—as long as you have the right approach.
Writing Unfamiliar Topics
When you write about topics you don’t understand or haven’t written about before, you need to make sure you come across as authoritative and get your facts straight; otherwise, you could damage your reputation. [Read more…]
Blogging with multiple contributors is a great way to keep a site full of fresh content, present different viewpoints, and encourage discussion from readers. But it can also feel like nailing jelly to a wall when trying to get all the contributors working together. Someone might start a post and leave it unfinished in the content management system without a word, while another makes a change to the material design of the site without letting the others know. It’s a problem for all involved even though everyone had the best of intentions. Following are some excellent collaboration tools to prevent frustration and keep the good content flowing. [Read more…]
Millennials – and, increasingly, people of all ages – are getting used to dating online. The first group of people who won’t remember a time before friendships were born, nurtured and often even ended on social media are now pre-teens. The reality of our world is that all relationships, both romantic and platonic, are now heavily influenced by internet tools, whether that is where they’re begun, or how they’re maintained.
While in-person interactions are still incredibly important to relationships (and we hope they always will be), it’s important to recognize just how much social media and dating apps are changing how we care for those we love – and even who we direct that affection to. [Read more…]
Back when emoticons were first introduced into the Internet lexicon, many years before personal computers were everywhere and the Internet was something most people knew existed without a second thought, the idea was to help determine between a joke and something more serious.
Today, emoticons and emojis are everywhere. However, many professional writers and businesses throughout the years have been warned not to include emoticons or emojis in their work. The idea initially was that these were less professional and could give the wrong impression to prospective consumers, employers, partners, and others. [Read more…]
It’s easy to create a product page. You can use any number of drag and drop site builders and you’ll have a professional looking page in a matter of minutes. But if you want to make your product pages irresistible and high converting, there are some additional actions you’ll have to take. Specifically, you’d do well to try the following:
1. Keep it Spick and Span
KISS is a commonly used acronym in business and web design. And while it usually stands for “Keep it Super Simple” or “Keep it Simple, Stupid,” we’re going to let it stand for something else. In this instance, KISS stands for “Keep it Spick and Span.” [Read more…]