How To Make the Most of a Small Budget When Building a Startup Website

  • July 4, 2022

Let’s say that you’ve got enough money to get your startup company off the ground. Congrats, you’re on your way! But now comes the opportunity to create growth, and that means taking your business online. To do so, you’ll need to build a startup website that shows you’re serious about your company. But how can you do so on a small budget?

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Engaging Customers And Driving Sales With Social Intents

  • June 3, 2014

Starting a business takes more than just a good idea for a product or a service. It is becoming increasingly important to have a solid grasp on how to engage customers online using everything from email to social media. Engaging customers online usually comes as an afterthought for most people…


3 Components Of A Website That Sells

  • October 31, 2013

At one point, when I was fresh out of college, I was really excited to learn how to build websites. I studied HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, MySQL, AJAX, and a lot of other acronyms I have since completely forgotten about. My short-term obsession was probably a residual effect from studying engineering for six…


What Blog Platform Should Your Business Use?

  • August 30, 2013

Almost everyone has a blog of some form these days, whether it’s a micro-blog in the form of Twitter, or a dedicated WordPress or Blogger page. In the eyes of many employers, if you don’t have a blogging presence, you may as well not exist. The same goes for businesses too. Blogs offer an easy way to add a…


4 Ways To Get The Most Out Of A Tight Budget

  • August 2, 2013

Facebook and Dell could be considered the poster-children for financial bootstrapping based on how they handled their financials during the early phases of their developments. Looking at the jump in the number of start-ups, it looks like they are not alone in benefiting from this investment strategy, which…


Transforming A WordPress Blog Into A Professional Website

  • July 2, 2013

One of the best aspects of WordPress is that it is extremely easy to use and anybody can easily become a blogger. The downside is that professionals can sometimes have a hard time separating themselves from the average blogger who is simply entertaining a hobby. If you want readers to take your WordPress…


6 Super Effective Social Media Tools For Startups

  • April 30, 2013

To establish a business successfully, there are certain things to be taken into deep consideration. For an emerging trade, promotions are imperative, and with that -success is at the doorstep. Most people know what startups are. On the whole (according to experts who define business models), startups are…


Look Under the Hood: 3 Rules For Buying A Website

  • March 8, 2013

When buying a website, there are several aspects of due diligence that you must adhere to, especially when researching the seller and their claims. It’s easy to forget the more technical aspects of buying a website and leave the technical questions to the end of the sale – but technical due diligence deserves…


How To Make Your Next Project Go Viral – 5 Steps

  • January 14, 2013

“Going viral” – the phrase itself connotes action and power, and it follows that viral marketing strategies have the potential to foster both. Viral projects provide maximum brand impact in minimal time. The kicker is that, in order to be successful, they have to be both shareable and share-worthy…


Building A New Website? 13 Things To Ask Your Developer For

  • January 3, 2013

Consumer ADD is only getting worse. Web development teams must not only know how to create through programming, but they must also be passionate about consumer behavior. More is not better. Developers should aim to marry style and simplicity to avoid stirring feelings of overwhelm or distraction…


What’s Really Powering The Internet? (Infographic From Flippa)

  • January 2, 2013

You don’t get to $90 million in website and domain sales without learning a few things along the way. At Flippa.com, we see hundreds of new listings every week, and keep a close eye on the trends. What’s most in demand? Which types of sites are no longer popular with buyers? We took data from the last year of…


Top 5 Managed WordPress Hosting Services

  • October 26, 2012

Pretty much every one today understands that a blog is necessary for just about any business but even more so for online business. It’s hard to imagine a marketing strategy that does not include a blog. Several blog platforms have risen to be powerful and easy to use, but none as easy and powerful as…


WordPress As A Platform: The Three Components That Are Leading This Transformation

  • July 9, 2012

Some simple statistics: WordPress currently is behind 50% of the top 100 blogs, as well as 14.7% of the top million blogs worldwide. In the US alone, for every 100 new domains, 22 use WordPress. Although it began as a simple open source project and blogging platform, WordPress has evolved and grown significantly since. With increasingly sophisticated platforms and themes, by 2004 WordPress had become a fully developed content management system. Today, WordPress serves more as a development framework or PaaS (Platform as a Service). In the last year alone, a few new services have come up that have matured WordPress into a true platform. The following provides a description on these previously missing pieces and how they have help propel WordPress forward.

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Beyond Analytics – PressTrends Offers Suggestions For How To Improve Your Site

  • July 2, 2012

In the realm of technology, analytics are a powerful tool for managing content and making key decisions that may sustain users and attract new ones. With WordPress as the most common content management system used today, George Ortiz‘s PressTrends gives users useful and robust analytics to help them manage their WP accounts.

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