Google is working hard to improve the mobile experience of website visitors. Google AMP is part of that initiative. AMP stands for Accelerated Mobile Pages. The goal of the project is to provide an open-source platform for publishers and developers to use as they create faster versions of their websites for mobile devices
Do your social media updates get a lot of shares, comments, and clicks? And do they drive a lot of traffic back to your blog?
Maybe you get very few interactions and referral traffic from social media. Worse still, perhaps your social posts go completely unnoticed.
If you’re just starting out with social media or if you’ve been struggling with your social content’s performance, then this post is for you.
As a small business owner, growing your business means making it more efficient and finding tools that can help replace the hundreds of staff members you don’t have and can’t afford to hire.
Fortunately for the online business owner, there are a number of things that will help with everything from time management to invoicing to marketing. We have saved you the time and effort of hunting down these tools; we’ve looked at some of the most popular tools out there and chosen the top 20 must-have tools.
Whether you want to stand out with a WordPress blog, highlight a personal portfolio, or to represent an online store, you need a high-quality website. However, sometimes we are really short on budget and have to look for this or that ways on how to save some money while launching a site.
Web developers charge a lot for a turnkey website, some ready-made website templates have a pretty high price tag… But why not to try free website templates?
You’ve seen them all. The ©, the ™, the ®, even the “pat. pending.” What does it all mean? And how can understanding trademarks, patents, and copyrights help to protect your business’s intellectual property?
Once you start to understand the differences between each type of licensing for intellectual property, you can start on working to protect them. In general, copyrights safeguard books and movies, patents protect inventions, and trademarks protect logos and slogans. There are quite a few differences in how they work and how you can protect them.
Some of the biggest companies on the planet have grown out of mistakes.
Mark Zuckerberg famously said, “the majority of what I’ve done has been mistakes. Unless you’re breaking stuff, you’re not moving fast enough”.
Mistakes are great so long as you learn from them. It helps you understand how and why things work. It shows you the right path to take instead.
But, rather than make those mistakes yourself, let’s learn from the biggest mistakes of others.
I’ve rounded up 27 experts in blogging, marketing, and startups, and asked them to reveal their biggest mistakes. I posed the following question:
What is the one thing you would redo if you could turn back time?
I have to admit that I’m thrilled when I can interview a creative person about their ecommerce business and website hosting. So of course I was happy to find Stacey, who owns an online jewelry boutique that is powered by a hosting package from InterServer and agreed to my interview. Here’s what she has to say about her experience with this web hosting company, which offers a variety of managed hosting plans.
Hi Stacey! Thanks for agreeing to share your experience with InterServer. Before we get into the cold, hard facts, could you please tell us a bit more about you and your business?
Today we are honored to have Michael Lavrik, Director of Business Development of Interserver, as our interview guest. Interserver is a VPS/dedicated hosting provider that need no further introduction – the company has been around for one-and-half decade (and still going very strong in business today). Without further delay, here goes my Q&A session with Mr. Lavrik.
Hi Michael, I am honored to have you as our interview guest today. Shall we start with some introduction? Please tell us about yourself and your role at InterServer.