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Inspiration in Unexpected Places: Growing & Scaling Your Business KDS: 067 - The WP Chick

Inspiration can come from so many places if you keep your mind open. I can remember back to being a little kid and making plans with my friends. You had big ideas and big dreams… you didn’t let the “outrageousness”… Continue Reading →

Online Business Webinar: Lead Generation, Sales, and Customer Retention - Gravity Forms Blog

Hello Gravity Forms Fans! Welcome to our first webinar run in collaboration with HubSpot. In this chat, we go over some top tips on how to get your new online business up and running. In this introductory webinar, you’ll get… Continue Reading →

Systeme Review: Launch Your Online Business Using an All-In-One Tool - WP Kube

The post Systeme Review: Launch Your Online Business Using an All-In-One Tool is written by Tom Rankin and appeared first on WPKube. Much like planting a seed, a fledgling business needs to be taken care of in order to grow… Continue Reading →

Popular Design News of the Week: January 25, 2021 – January 31, 2021 - Web Designer Depot

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers. The best way to keep track of all the great… Continue Reading →

Your Photography Business Needs Testimonials - Imagely

If you have been following the “Your Photography Business Needs” series then you might really in the Social Proof article that we talk about the people you photograph. Today we want to stress the point that your photography website and… Continue Reading →

Business Hosting: Cheat Sheet - GoDaddy Garage

Business Hosting is the best of both worlds: web hosting simplicity, plus VPS power without needing to hire a server admin or IT pro. Scalability for your business — and revenue With plans that grow with you, Business Hosting offers… Continue Reading →

Your Photography Business Needs A Tagline - Imagely

Your photography business needs a tagline, but it has to be easy to understand and catchy. Instead of focusing on yourself, connect with your clients by talking about them. Use words like “You” and “Your” to accomplish this. For my… Continue Reading →

Popular Design News of the Week: January 4, 2021 – January 10, 2021 - Web Designer Depot

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers. The best way to keep track of all the great… Continue Reading →

Elegant Themes Review: Is it Still Worth The Money? (2021) - WP Kube

The post Elegant Themes Review: Is it Still Worth The Money? (2021) is written by Dev Sharma and appeared first on WPKube. These days, it’s not easy to find high-quality, original WordPress themes. And sometimes, when you think you have… Continue Reading →

The Five-Step Process For Launching An Online Business With No Code In No Time - WPRiders

Can you build a website with no code? Many people believe that the answer is a flat no or that if you want a good website, you need to create it from scratch. But the truth is that building a… Continue Reading →

Episode 99: SolarWinds Supply Chain Attack Affects Government and Fortune 500 Businesses - Wordfence Blog

Earlier this week, we learned that SolarWinds, the largest provider of network management tools for government and enterprise organizations fell victim to a supply chain attack. This attack affected their Orion network management system. Reportedly, 18,000 enterprise and government customers… Continue Reading →

Unleashed Productions: Showcasing businesses & exceeding goals - GoDaddy Garage

Foster Coburn is the mind behind Unleashed Productions, Inc., specializing in web design and graphics solutions. You can find Unleashed Productions on Facebook, Pinterest and YouTube. Connect with Foster on LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram. Tell us about yourself. Who are… Continue Reading →

What is technical SEO? Small business technical SEO checklist - GoDaddy Garage

Technical SEO is an important — but often misunderstood — part of search engine optimization. This article breaks down what technical SEO actually is and provides a helpful checklist for any small business to DIY tech SEO. First, we’ll gain… Continue Reading →

Best Selling and Most Popular Business and Corporate Flyer Templates - Victor Themes Blog

The flyer is nothing but an advertisement that is done via posts or shared through the paper. Flyers are one of the greatest marketing technique. Where it gets to reach the people or the customers more. The advertisement that is… Continue Reading →

5 ways to make money podcasting - GoDaddy Garage

This post was originally published on Dec. 20, 2018, and was updated on Oct. 29, 2020. For the past few years, podcasting has seen a phenomenal surge in growth. More and more people are starting their first podcast, whether it’s… Continue Reading →

Webform security best practices for small businesses - GoDaddy Garage

As a small business owner or manager, you are responsible for your customers’ email addresses, phone numbers and billing addresses the second they type the information into a form on your website. This type of data — known as personally… Continue Reading →

Best Selling and Most Popular Business Icons of 2020 - Victor Themes Blog

Icons are like symbols which helps us to recognize the brands, products, and message without any use of the words. There are many types of icons available such as business icons, arrows icons, commercial icons, and many more. Here in… Continue Reading →

Episode 97 – Develop and Focus Your Photo Business with Alex Vita - Imagely Photography Podcast

Alex Vita is the man behind ForegroundWeb. He started many years with photography, and has been through the struggles of finding work, he did a bunch of weddings, had a portrait studio and learned to build photography websites on his… Continue Reading →

Episode 58: Leadership and the Business of WordPress Plugins: Lessons from the Yoast Black Friday Ad - Wordfence Blog

Yoast, the SEO plugin installed on 9 million WordPress sites, ran a Black Friday sale, experimenting with an ad in the WordPress admin dashboard. The internet furor was dramatic, and Yoast’s CEO Marieke van de Rakt took ownership, showing exceptional… Continue Reading →

Why Small Business Saturday Is More Important Than Black Friday

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Saturday 7th December is Small Business Saturday in the UK. It deserves everyone’s support.

Episode 91 – What Your Photography Business Needs - Imagely Photography Podcast

In today’s episode, we are going to share three things your photography business needs, and an introduction to the new blog series. Joke of the day: When a friend retired from a lifetime as a photographer, he moved to an… Continue Reading →

Podcast Episode 49: Building Business Through Community with Lindsey Miller - Wordfence Blog

At WordCamp Minneapolis, our Lead Customer Service Engineer Tim Cantrell chats with Lindsey Miller about her work as Partner Marketing Manager at LiquidWeb. Tim and Lindsey also talk about the challenges of being a remote worker, and how the connections… Continue Reading →

Episode 87 – Finances in Photography Business with Eric Rosenberg - Imagely Photography Podcast

Eric Rosenberg is a finance, travel, and technology writer in Ventura, California. He is a former bank manager and corporate finance and accounting professional who left his day job in 2016 to take his online side hustle full-time. He has… Continue Reading →

Episode 82 – The Perfect Google My Business Post - Imagely Photography Podcast

Sometimes social platforms tell us exactly what they want to see. Exactly what will ensure the content is seen. What triggers the platform’s algorithm show your stuff. In this episode, we want to share exactly what Google shares that does… Continue Reading →

Episode 81 – GDPR Outside of Europe - Imagely Photography Podcast

There was a question in the WordPress for Photographers group on Facebook asking about adding a GDPR consent even if a photography business is not in Europe. Do I need a cookie consent/opt out pop up on my page for… Continue Reading →

Episode 80 – The Travel & Tour Photography Business with Kevin Wenning - Imagely Photography Podcast

Kevin Wenning operates international bicycle tours designed for photographers. After several years of photographing client work in the studio & commercial projects, Kevin discovered travel photography. A couple of years into travel photography, he founded Intentionally Lost to combine his… Continue Reading →

Episode 78 – Sensual Photos Dreamy Site with Molly Marie Keyser - Imagely Photography Podcast

Through the appropriate marketing, sales, and pricing strategies Molly Marie Keyser grew her boudoir photography business from .81 cents to 6 figures a year. In addition to being a photographer, Molly helps other photographers grow their boudoir businesses by being… Continue Reading →

Episode 76 – Branding Your Photography Business with Keith Stoeckeler - Imagely Photography Podcast

Keith Stoeckeler is the VP of Digital at MKTG, and his work encompasses web and app development, social and digital strategy, content development and video production, influencer marketing, and talent relationships, social listening and insights. Yes, MKTG does a lot… Continue Reading →

426 – How Can WordPress Be Free? - Your Website Engineer

Announcements WordPress 5.1 Beta 3 Is there a plugin for that? With more than 50,000 plugins in the WordPress repository, it’s hard to find the perfect one. Each week, I will highlight an interesting plugin form the repository. For more… Continue Reading →

Trending 10 E-commerce WordPress Theme of 2019

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E-commerce is an online store where the transaction is between suppliers and clients. In e-commerce, there is no need for physical company set-ups, and it requires low operational costs and provides better quality services. So, In e-commerce, the transaction is… Continue Reading →

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