It’s that time of the year again! Last year we pulled *THE* biggest Black Friday / Cyber Monday hosting promotion list.
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When it comes to usability, one of the most important tools you need in your WordPress arsenal is a form builder. It allows your audience to interact with your brand – be it in the shape of general inquiries, support requests, or feedback. Forms can also be used for surveys that help you gain a deeper understanding of your audience.
Although the official WordPress repository already offers plenty of form-building plugins, some bloggers and marketers prefer sticking to the G Suite – a cloud-based platform for webmasters designed by none other than Google.
In this post, I’ll show you the different methods of using Google Forms with your WordPress sites.
To survive in the extremely competitive tech industry is an accomplishment in itself but these tech tycoons not only survived it, they thrive in it. With a combined net worth of over $1 trillion, these self-made tech billionaires continue to dominate the list of the richest people in the world.
But who are these tech moguls?
Well, a few of these names should be familiar if you’ve ever surfed the web. A number of them, however, are newcomers who are climbing up the ranks by capitalizing on the social media and mobile technology market.
Read on and get to know the tech tycoons who are the movers and shakers of today’s tech industry.
In a world of social media and online shopping, many UK start-ups are missing a trick when it comes to marketing their brand and gaining customers.
While choosing digital marketing over print might seem to be the easiest and quickest option, it’s far from the most profitable or successful, according to research collected by printing specialist, Where The Trade Buys. Read on to find out how print marketing can help you create and launch a successful campaign on a budget.
For a blogger, it’s hard to gauge how well we can create engaging content. Some days, we’ll be churning out articles left and right, and other days, you might be staring at a blank page for hours.
Trying to be an efficient blogger is no easy task but there is a way to do it. All you have to is apply the 80/20 rule of writing.
In a marketplace that is highly competitive in nature, Sender.net (sender.net) was able to become an almost overnight success in the email marketing industry. Since its founding in 2012, Sender.net has gained more than 4,200 business accounts. That number continues to grow each month. Among the many keys to Sender.net’s success is excellent customer service and a smart team of marketing and Internet experts.
The best way for you to get to grips with a new skill set is to dive right in.
And after a roller coaster year of ecommerce marketing, I can look back and say that diving in was 100% the right move.
Even so, you can go a lot further with a little know-how to back you up.
Here are a few of the most valuable lessons I picked up in that first year, and how you can avoid learning them the hard way.
Does your website have an about page? I’m pretty certain the answer here is yes. It is common sense that revealing a bit about yourself can make it easier for your audience to trust what you are offering. Other than your business, giving away personal details about your life shows dedication and authenticity. And in...
It was back in 1985 when the first domain name was registered and since then, the Internet has seen an exponential growth of active domain names.
Verisign’s report notes that the domain industry in 2017 (Q1) experienced a 3.7 percent growth, netting in over 300 million registered domains, and will continue to grow.
Given how important a digital presence is in today’s technologically inclined society, it makes sense for a brand, be it a large conglomerate or a one-man digital agency, to own domain name.
Whether we like it or not, having a domain that’s registered to your brand is a necessity.
If you don’t have one yet, or just need a little guide on domain names, then keep on reading. We’ll share the details on how to buy and register a new domain for beginners!
Software as a Service (SaaS) is an incredibly vibrant, pioneering industry — and one of the most fluid.
It’s now also extremely competitive. There isn’t much room for 100 percent original solutions; merely attempting to “get there first” and sell a unique SaaS business before maturity is no longer a reliable strategy…
There will always be another fresh, subscription-based startup that offers a similar service.
So, how do you overcome this saturation…?
#1) Enter the right market (with a validated product that solves real problems)
#2) Do it better than anybody else
Here are seven SaaS marketing trends to consider for your 2018 growth strategy — while reducing churn and maximizing your recurring revenue.
One of the greater problems that SMB managers face is that the cybersecurity world is evolving rapidly, and those managers do not have the knowledge or experience to ask the right questions about the SMB’s cyberdefenses.
These five questions are a good starting point for SMB managers to begin an assessment of the SMB’s cybersecurity strategy.
Cybercriminals won’t care if your website is tiny, they use tools that run free testing every site they come across, simply collecting information. If they can’t use the information, they can always sell it to someone else who can.
Since most us do not physically own and maintain the equipment that we host our websites on, we’ll be looking at the non-physical aspects of website security. This involves two main areas; 1) securing the website itself and 2) securing the data that your customers provide to you. Keep in mind that anyone who visits your site can be considered a customer, not just those who are making purchases from you.