You’ve heard it time and time again. To increase traffic and business to your website, create a blog. However, if you’re going to create a blog, you need to make sure you’re implementing it correctly in order to reap the benefits. This article will walk you through the best practices for business blogs so you can blog with your best foot forward.
There are some advantages with providing web hosting to 170,000+ customers over the past 20 years. As small business owners ourselves once, we sought out to create a web hosting company that speak TRULY to those looking to create a solid website that represents the the digital home to their brand.
Do you need a blog to take advantage of digital marketing trends and best practices? Maybe, maybe not, but how can you know for sure? Creating a blog component on your website can greatly increase your overall web presence, and attract valuable, qualified leads. But, if used improperly, it can detract from your other marketing efforts. Continue reading –>
A request for proposal or RFP is an official document calling for companies to submit bids or offers to perform a service or deliver products. Follow along and we’ll explain what is an RFP and when to use one. Then we’ll compare an RFP, Request for Quote (RFQ), and Request for Information (RFI).
Opt-in email is not magic, sometimes it happens organically. In helping a friend with their website a few months ago, we encountered a problem with spam in the comments section. The website quickly gained in popularity, and there were many legitimate comments sprinkled in with the spam. We wanted to control the spam situation without stifling any legitimate comments.
Custom email domains look more professional than ‘@gmail.com’ or ‘@aol.com.’ Unfortunately, there aren’t a lot of free email providers with a custom domain feature. This can be an issue for those using unmanaged server hosting (Cloud Server Hosting or Bare Metal Dedicated Hosting) but needing email hosting as well.
Every day, more and more open source projects appear in the software landscape. But not only that, communities of volunteers from all over the world revolve around these projects to support their growth and development. And we, the end users, benefit from this collaboration by having access to free (or at least affordable) software to help us get things done and take care of business.
When you use the internet you generally type in the name of a website – also known as a domain name – into an internet browser. That name is then searched for in the domain name servers and then connected to your web browser to allow you to see the contents of that location.