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26 Free Site Builders to Create Amazing Websites

Posted By erikemanuelli on Blogging - To help you choose the perfect builder for your website, here are up to 26 of the best free site builders.

Read up on their descriptions and shortlist the 3 (by the way, this is the top 3 selections) you think would be the most suitable for you.

Next, sign up for their free versions and see how you like the platform. You can then decide if you’d like to upgrade or try something else.

So here goes.

6 Super-Psychological Triggers to Use for Maximum Customer Retention

Posted By erikemanuelli on Business - Understanding the psychology behind consumer behaviors, emotions and tendencies is a super-powerful technic on the road to achieving and maintaining customer loyalty.

Apply these 6 super-psychological triggers to maximize customer retention.

8 Things to Look for in a Blogging Mentor

Posted By erikemanuelli on Blogging - Experienced, skilled mentors offer you valuable information that helps you:

- boost your blog traffic
- increase your blogging profits
- live your dreams through blogging
- identify mistakes you may be making
- uncover the reasons why you are blogging to help you knife through obstacles.

Look out for these 8 things in a blogging mentor.

Note: for the purposes of this post a mentor can be either a consultant or coach who offers premium services or a blogger who assists you through their free content and advice.

How to Become a More Accomplished Project Manager

Posted By erikemanuelli on Business - Are your project management skills letting you down? If so, all is not lost because there are many ways you can become a more accomplished project manager.

It may take some time to develop these important business skills, but if you follow the tips below, you will start to notice many improvements in the way you manage future projects in your organization.

How Hostinger Bootstrapped Their Company to 29 Million Users in the Last Decade

Posted By erikemanuelli on Business - When an entrepreneur has the idea to start a company from nothing, they usually dream that it will one day grow into something amazing, but no one knows for sure. It is estimated that 96% of businesses fail within the first 10 years. It could be argued that not quite that many fail, but the truth remains that many do.

That is why when a company like Hostinger ( bootstraps their company to 29 million users it is so impressive that we at WHSR just have to take a closer look and get some input from someone who has figured out how to thrive in the same 10 years that other businesses failed.

5 Truly Scary Things that Should Make You Run from a Web Hosting Company

Posted By erikemanuelli on Blogging - Talk to nearly anyone who has ever owned a website and you’ll quickly find at least one web hosting horror story.

One of the most important things about your online presence as a business owner or entrepreneur is your website.

Most site visitors want responsive, intuitive, fast loading pages.

Digital Marketing 101: Simple Strategies For Success

Posted By erikemanuelli on Marketing - Corporate leaders who are focused on making company growth a reality for 2017 should know that there are multiple strategies they can deploy to realize their goal.

One of them is by consistently implementing digital marketing strategies that are known to generate outstanding outcomes.

Here are just three of several online advertising techniques that can take your company into a new dimension of prestige and power.

Best Personal Websites I’ve Ever Seen (and How to Create Yours)

Posted By erikemanuelli on Blogging - They say that stranger’s soul is incomprehensible, but we can’t entirely agree with the statement.

Most often we just don’t want to notice the obvious, pretending that it’s too personal matter or something of the kind.

In fact, a human soul is not as dark as it seems. It is always ready and even willing to reveal its secrets to the confidant. As a rule, web community members having their own websites are open for communication, socialization and other things like that. Besides, personal websites serve as a kind of virtual CVs for their owners. Most often, if you are as sharp as a needle, seeing a person’s website, you’ll easily tell even more about site owner than he/she wanted to say.

4 Fantastic Social Media Tools to Rapidly Scale Your Marketing (Plus CEO Predictions!)

Posted By erikemanuelli on Social Media - Skip the typical "social media tool" roundup posts, and use this list of the best social media tools to scale your marketing, paired with CEO predictions.

The Most Important Areas of Your Business That You Need to Control Properly

Posted By erikemanuelli on Business - Is your business running as efficiently as possible?

Unfortunately, some areas of a business are neglected by many companies and this can have serious consequences for the future of your business.

In this article, we are going to examine some of the most important areas of a business that you need to control properly.

52 Weeks of Idea Starters for Your Blog

Posted By erikemanuelli on Blogging - If you want site visitors to return to your blog frequently, you have to give them fresh material to read. They need to know they can trust you to give them good advice and to give it on a regular schedule. You may be wondering first just how frequently you actually need to create a new blog post.

While there isn’t a cut and dried answer to this question, there are some schools of thought you can consider for your own blog. John Rampton, helper to startup companies, wrote on Forbes that “more is always better.” He then goes on to pull in some stats from HubSpot about blogs that post frequently.

A company that posts more than 16 posts a month gets at least three and a half times the traffic as one that only posts a few times a month. So, if you want to use that model, you need to pos
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t about four times a week on average.

Can You Be Held Liable If Your Website Gets Hacked?

Posted By erikemanuelli on Blogging - Crime against businesses, services and retailers doesn’t usually involve physical businesses as much as it used to. Instead, what we find is a rise in cybercrime from both “freelancers” and hacking syndicates. They want sensitive user information to sell to identity thieves (or use themselves).

Yet, what about the legal consequences to businesses that fall victim to these attacks? Do they have a responsibility to protect information? And what is the extent of that responsibility?

The short answer, it depends.

Let’s look at a few previous cases and breaches to better determine your risk.