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How to Pick a Web Host That Isn't GoDaddy

I’m not sure there are many people who like GoDaddy, but there are plenty who still use the web registrar and host because they don’t know any better. I can’t fault them. I’m pretty sure I used GoDaddy to register my first domain name, either because I heard the company’s name on a commercial and associated them with…Read more...
Tags: Security, Godaddy, Web Hosting, Website, Lifehacks


Determine the Suitable Web Design Agency for Your Project

When thinking of building your business website, you usually consider many aspects, such as the cost, the quality, the delivery time, the after sales, etc, hence you’ll always keen to choose the right web design agency from the beginning & not bounce between agencies & lose both your time & cache. In the below article we’ll present 4 questions you shall ask yourself & your web design agency before starting a project.   What’s your website main goal? I myself consider this as the most imp...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Business, Sales, Website, HRMS


A Startup’s Guide To Making An SEO-Friendly Website

Search engine optimization became an integral part of digital marketing. Companies use SEO strategies when creating their ecommerce website design and it enables them to up their ranking in search engine results pages. It’s even more cost-effective because it’s free compared to paying to be advertised in SERPs. As a startup, you have to compete with lots of similar businesses. You have to take your SEO strategies up a notch to outrank your competitors. Here’s a guide for you to create the best ...
Tags: Startups, Web Design, Seo, Website, Search Engine Optimization, Others


Say 'Happy New Year' to Friends in Different Time Zones

It’s New Year’s Eve, and if you’re the kind of person who likes texting all of your friends when the clock hits midnight in their time zones (in addition to yours), that means you’re in for some mental math tonight. Those who are partying hard—or playing The Jackbox Party Pack, like I probably will be—probably aren’t…Read more...
Tags: Productivity, Website, Working, Lifehacks, Time Zones


2018’s Top Posts & Pages

Even though my main interests do not generate the most site traffic, I’m okay with that. I do get more traffic from random topics—when I can’t easily find answers I have questions about, I’ll... The post 2018’s Top Posts & Pages appeared first on @djchuang.
Tags: Internet, Religion, Blog, Website


Top Web Development Trends That Will Influence Website Success

There is no way of moving away from grabbing the attention of the target audience. With each passing day, the competition on the digital front is becoming tougher and it becomes important to keep the audience interested. Only such kind of audience can lead the websites to make conversions. When it comes to grabbing the attention of the users, web developers are said to play the crucial role in it. They are capable to do or carry out some tactics which can affect the website in a positive way. ...
Tags: Google, Technology, US, Samsung, Sales, Nike, Website, Css, Facebook Messenger, Skype, PWA, Custom Web Development Services, Ecommerce Web Development Solutions, Web Development Company India, Web Development Services, Baidu Pinterest Twitter


Free online tool helps you automatically remove backgrounds from photos

Who needs Photoshop? Appropriately named remove.bg, one web developer's new website will help you automatically remove backgrounds from photos and bring out your inner graphic designer.  The post Free online tool helps you automatically remove backgrounds from photos appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Website, Web, Digital Photography, Computing


How to Add Google Tag Manager to Your Website?

If you are a digital marketer or online business owner, you need to update with everything that can affect online marketing industry. It doesn’t matter what type of online business you have a personal site, an e-commerce website or a small business site, and it’s important to understand how your website users are interacting with your website. If you are using the old techniques of injecting the java scripts and tags on your website, then your users may have to suffer from slow website loading s...
Tags: Google, Marketing, Sales, Internet Marketing, Website, Analytics, Digital Marketing Agency, GTM, Business SEO, Citrix Digital Marketing Agency


Making the Call: How Businesses Can Choose a Web Application Framework

It’s no overstatement to say that modern businesses rely more on technology and digitization today than they have at any point in history. That also means that we’re creating more data now than ever before. Experts expect that by 2020, we will be creating 1.7 megabytes of data every second for every single person on Earth. The takeaway is that we’ve completely transitioned away from the industrial economies of the past, and have embraced an information economy, with data as the principal curre...
Tags: Google, Python, Business, Sales, Website, Php, Netflix, Ruby, Django, Laravel, AngularJS, Ruby on Rails, CRUD, Web Application Framework, Miško Hevery


9 Tips for Creating a Successful Credit Broker Website in the Finance Sector

Credit broker websites are extremely important for consumers. They assist them with initially understanding how lending works, detail the options available to them and help them find the best possible deal for their personal requirements. All in one place without having to go to individual lenders. They are a vital service and when implemented well can be very successful businesses. If you have plans to set one up, here are nine essential tips for success from Solution Loans, a well-established ...
Tags: Finance, Sales, Website, Fca, Financial Services, Financial Conduct Authority FCA


How To Get More Visitors To Your Travel Website

Getting traffic to your website can seen like a huge slog when you’re just starting out. It can seem like you’re just a tiny drop in the ocean – and getting out looks as bleak as it gets. However, with a point in the right direction and some top tips, you can get your travel blog from zero to one hundred in a matter of weeks. As long as you follow our guide on how to get more visitors to your travel website, you can’t go far wrong. So, without further ado, here are our top tips to get those cli...
Tags: Travel, Google, Startups, Marketing, Website, Online Marketing, Others, Digital Marketing, SEO Search Engine Optimization


Tips For Tracking Your Website Performance Metrics

Building a website is now easier than ever. Even if you have no prior experience in digital commerce, you can easily get your website online and see heavy traffic from it. All you need is a domain name, hosting, a website template, and you’re good to go. But don’t expect to see instant success once the site is up. You have the ability to see high traffic from your site, but you’ll need to pour some time and energy into this process. It starts with setting goals and then tracking your website...
Tags: Google, Startups, Website, Others, Web Metrics, Content Marketing Institute, Online Measurement, Link Laboratory, Penny C Sansevieri of Huffington Post


Why is IndiGo risking a firestorm over web check-in charges?

India’s largest domestic carrier IndiGo, found itself at the centre of a public relations firestorm when it announced a policy change and decided to universally charge for seat allocation during web-check-in. In a rather casual manner the airline clarified that those who did not wish to pay the charge could come to the airport and … The post Why is IndiGo risking a firestorm over web check-in charges? appeared first on Bangalore... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: India, Slider, Website, Analysis, Aviation, Fees, Bangalore, Indigo, Ancillary, Analysis and Features, Airline Branding


12 Things Every Website Needs To Be Successful

This article is contributed by Jason Dirkham. Owning a website is hard work, but turning it into a successful business seems near impossible. With so many different aspects to running a website, it can be hard to know what to prioritise in order to ensure you have website success. Luckily, I’ve had years of experience in creating websites that thrive in business, and because of that, I can give you great advice on what it takes to ensure your website is the best it can be. With that in mi...
Tags: Google, Marketing, Sales, Website, Jason Dirkham


7 Versatile Monetization Tips That Work With Any Business

A business website is a great way to communicate with your audiences and deliver value using quality content. Did you know that a website itself is a powerful tool that can be used to generate passive income in the process? There are lots of ways to monetize your website that vary from easy and general like selling content or advertising and more laborious like creating sales funnels. We are going to share some tips applicable to all business situations. Even if you want to make money from webs...
Tags: Google, Startups, Facebook, Website, Ppc, Others, Outbrain


Webpages Are Getting Larger Every Year, and Here’s Why it Matters

Webpage size matters because it correlates with how fast users get to your content. People today have grown to expect good performance from the web. In fact, Google published data showing that 53% of mobile site visits are abandoned if a page takes longer than three seconds to load. And the more data your webpage needs to download, the longer it will take—particularly on slow mobile connections. Balancing a rich experience with page performance is a difficult tradeoff for many publishers. We gat...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Usa, China, Blogging, Website, Css, Tips & Tricks, Brazil, Pingdom, Alexa, Solarwinds, Page Speed, Google Inc, Webpages, Data & Analysis


5 marketing tips to attract local customers

Looking to boost your local search results with a better online presence?  Our teammates at Deluxe have partnered with SCORE to host a free webinar, 5 Marketing Tips to Attract More Local Customers, on November 15, 2018, at1:00 p.m. EST. Register today to learn how small businesses can bring in more customers beyond relying on word-of-mouth alone. Gain insider marketing tips and inspiration, whether you’re in startup mode or have been in business for generations. In this webinar: Get email ma...
Tags: Google, Business, Advertising, Website, Webinar, Branding, Deluxe Corp, Brinkman, Amanda Brinkman, Deluxe, Small business marketing, John Habib, Online listings


How Much Does a Website Cost?

Most people never start a website. They might think they need to be tech-savvy. Or they think there’s too much competition and are afraid their platform will never grab the attention necessary to turn visitors into buyers. There’s also the financial barrier. But all these reasons are just excuses people make not to take the next step in their online businesses. Contrary to popular belief, a website doesn’t require a huge investment of your time or resources. In fact, you can run a good site for...
Tags: Business, Wordpress, Website, Website Hosting, Cost, Website Builder, Tool, Web Design / Basics, WordPress / Plugins / Akismet


Organic Traffic Has Nothing to Do with Pesticides

The word organic has always had a Cronenberg-esque quality in my mind. I imagine the intersection of machine and biology. And really, when talking about the internet, the word “organic” is apt. Psychology and biology influence every aspect of our lives including how we interact with content online. We’re not machines. And while largely, we follow specific patterns, it’s still hard to predict when a piece of content will go viral and when one might flop. A good example of this is the film John Ca...
Tags: Business, Seo, Website, Borg, John Carter, Cronenberg, Organic Traffic


How to embed Spotify in your blog or website

Spotify’s Play Button is a sleek and sexy little player that fits snugly into your website or blog so your visitors can listen without going anywhere. Embedding a Spotify player into your website or blog allows people to listen to your music or the music you love without heading away from the page to Spotify’s app. Adding a Play Button is simple, looks good, and gives your website visitors the pleasure of listening to your music with the simple press of a button. It’s a great tool for anyone...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Blog, Website, Sharing, Play, Artists, How To, Streaming, Share, Stream, Mini, Player, Site, Independent, Custom


WordPress Basics for Small Businesses: Setting Up Your Blog and Website

In previous posts about why WordPress makes good sense as a website platform for small businesses, we explained the importance of choosing the right domain name, how to host your WordPress site, and picking the best WordPress plugins. In the final post of our four-part series, we want to share tips and strategies that didn’t fit in any of our previous posts: WordPress themes Themes can be thought of as templates that make it easy to create a website without needing a web designer or program...
Tags: Google, Florida, Wordpress, Marketing, Sales, Blog, Content Marketing, Website, Google Analytics, Don, StudioPress, Apps & Software


The Top Way People Share Property Data Is?

Every AgencyLogic single property Website includes the ShareThis feature: which, when clicked, provides visitors to the Website with alomst two hundred different ways to share the Website: But which option, channel, social network or service do people chose the most? The answer is Facebook. The top five methods are: 1. Facebook 2. Everything Else Combined 3. Email 4. Pinterest 5. Twitter Do you use Facebook to market your listings? Do you have a Facebook page? If you don’t let us know and w...
Tags: Facebook, Real Estate, Marketing, Social Media, ROI, Website, Radio, Listing, Websites, AgencyLogic, Single Property Website, Single Property Websites, Listing Websites, Listing Website, Virtual Tour, Virtual Tours


WordPress Basics for Small Businesses: Setting Up Your Blog and Website

In previous posts about why WordPress makes good sense as a website platform for small businesses, we explained the importance of choosing the right domain name, how to host your WordPress site, and picking the best WordPress plugins. In the final post of our four-part series, we want to share tips and strategies that didn’t fit in any of our previous posts: WordPress themes Themes can be thought of as templates that make it easy to create a website without needing a web designer or program...
Tags: Google, Florida, Wordpress, Marketing, Sales, Blog, Content Marketing, Website, Google Analytics, Don, StudioPress, Apps & Software


Web Woes: 8 Reasons Why Your Website Needs a Redesign

by Robert Clough Web Woes: 8 Reasons Why You Need a Website Revamp Web design is becoming increasingly important to the success of web site because of SEO reasons and customers simply demand more. Click here to get 8 reasons why you need a website revamp. The world is around us is changing at an accelerating pace. Car models change every year. Clothing labels release new designs every season. Technology is at the forefront of the changing trends. The digital world is moving fo...
Tags: Google, Seo, Website, Development, Google Analytics, Usability, Don, Robert Clough


This colorful homage to classic desktops could occupy you for hours

Mariano Pascual has created a delightful nod to classic desktop layouts for his new site, but it's updated with all kinds of colorful bells, whistles, and Easter eggs. (more…)
Tags: Art, Post, Design, News, Web Design, Website, Kitsch, Retrocomputing, Mariano Pascual


Pros And Cons Of Using Comparison Websites When Moving Abroad

When you’re in the planning stages of moving abroad, comparison websites can be incredibly useful. Whether it’s simply because you don’t have the time, inclination or bandwidth for dozens of individual tabs to be open at once, they make the research part of an international move pretty straightforward, doing all the legwork of finding trusted suppliers and services on your behalf. However, while it can seem easier to plug your requirements into their deceptively simple bars and dropdown boxes, ...
Tags: Startups, Time, Website, Others, Kiwi, Online Comparison Site


Two-Factor Text Authentication Isn't Enough to Keep Your Accounts Secure

Just last week, Instagram confirmed reports that it’s modifying its two-factor authentication setup to allow users to log in with passcodes from security apps—like Google Authenticator. While this isn’t the sexiest of news, it’s great to see this practice growing in popularity: using a token-based app, rather than a…Read more...
Tags: Google, Security, Apps, Instagram, Website, Text Message, Services, Lifehacks, Secure, Login, Message, Two Factor Authentication, Token, 2FA


AgencyLogic Support Series – An Overview of the Activity Center

AgencyLogic provides PowerOffice, a set of tools and features that allow brokers and franchises to manage enterprise volumes of single property Websites. To get access to PowerOffice give us a call on: (888) 201-5160 or email: [email protected] Step 1: Log into your account. You will see PowerOffice from the main menu: Step 2: Click on the PowerOffice link. From here a pop-up window will appear giving you one-click access to all of the PowerOffice features: Step 3: The PowerOffice s...
Tags: Real Estate, Marketing, Website, Online, Radio, Listing, Websites, AgencyLogic, Powersite, Single Property Website, Single Property Websites, Listing Websites, Listing Website, PowerSites, Virtual Tour, Virtual Tours


Turn Your Favorite Website Into a Desktop App

Windows, Mac: You probably have a few websites that you use all the time—perhaps a special CMS you need for work, a time-tracking site you use to track and bill hours for clients, or a web game you just can’t get enough of. If you’re tired of pulling up your browser each time you need to access it, you have an…Read more...
Tags: Website, Cms, App, Browser, Lifehacks, Electron, App Of The Week, Windows App Of The Week, Mac App Of The Week, Wrapper


BluDomain Killed My Website and Email – What’s Next?

A few weeks ago I noticed that I had not received any new emails for a day or two. Odd I thought, but it’s summer and maybe people are just on holidays. This was a day before I was leaving for a trip, so I was in the process of checking in my family for […] The post BluDomain Killed My Website and Email – What’s Next? appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Web Hosting, Website, Backup, Data Loss, Business Advice, Website Host, Bludomain, Website Backup