Today, many businesses are adopting an advanced way of promoting and marketing their businesses. In the era of Internet technology, most of the people are creating a fully-functional websites on the WordPress to boost the reputation of their business across the nation.
Irrespective of the countless options available on the internet, WordPress has maintained its exclusivity and preciousness not only for developers but for the users as well. Here we have picked some reasons out of the countless ones that have made WordPress one of the most popular website development platforms across the globe.
Another Monday and here we are with another giveaway for you folks. Today we partnered up with BuddyForms and you have a chance to win 1 of 2 Developer Licenses (Unlimited Site Licenses).
Making money isn’t easy – offline or online. In fact, maybe it is a tad more difficult online. On the other hand, the costs involved in getting online revenue are fewer thus making it attractive. Well, at least the day-to-day costs. The hidden costs however are sustained efforts over weeks or even months and lots of patience.
With hundreds of millions of blogs in the world, the one you are thinking of starting or are maintaining right now needs to have a certain something to stand out. This becomes more important all the time, as we are ten plus years into blogging maturity.
Today we teamed up with CMS Commander an online service that aims to make managing multiple WordPress weblogs as easy and fast as possible. You have a chance to win one of 4 yearly memberships for 20 websites worth $149 each.
Writing a blog takes a lot of time and effort. Those are rewarded when one of your posts becomes popular, but that doesn’t happen often enough. So how can you give more exposure of your content and value it better? By publishing an ebook with your best content for example. An ebook can value your content in many ways.
One of those difficult pain points in managing multiple Wordpress installations, is the fact that usually they are scattered across domains, locations and sometimes different hosting providers. Yikes. Even more, when standing up a new, independent Wordpress blog do you add to the pile or start new?
One thing I noticed when running a small web design business was that a number of beginner designers that we (me and my friend) were trying to hire didn’t have a grasp on the design-business connection, so to speak. What I mean is that design was always a tool (a method) to achieve a specific business goal … at least from a website owner’s perspective. Designers who considered themselves artists had big problems abandoning some beautiful design tweaks even once they realized that these tweaks were bringing nothing in terms of the ultimate business goal, or even made it harder to achieve.