In the early days of the internet, many businesses could get away with not having an online presence, especially since it required hiring a professional coder to create a website. However, a lot has changed. These days, thanks to the creation of website builders, even mom-and-pop-shops or at home bloggers can easily create their own
Have you decided to start a business? Congratulations! That’s great news and an even better reason to celebrate. However, along with the excitement of a new venture comes serious anxiety. What can overshadow a new business owner’s elation? Concerns about money. Many of us worry about money and finances on a regular, if not daily,
Stop and take in your surroundings. Are you seated at your desk with a cup of coffee, pens, and papers splayed about you? Are you outside, reading this post from your mobile phone while a plane flies overhead? What do all of these things — the cup of coffee, pens, and planes have in common?
Want to take your business online? First, you'll need to find somewhere to house your website. To do this, you'll need to find a web hosting plan and there are several options available with each designed to serve a different level of demand. If you are looking for the best VPS hosting plan, keep reading
Building your new website on the WordPress platform is one of the easiest and most expeditious ways to launch your new blog or online business. Depending on what type of web-based project you wish to launch, you will have any number of different hosting needs. Here you’ll learn about WordPress web hosting, the various options
Updated August 22, 2019. That wolf shirt you love to wear is pretty cool, isn’t it? Fits like a glove, too. Wolf shirt. That said, your wolf shirt has no place in an interview or meetings with your customers and clients. (And no, it’s not because we’re trying to cramp your style.) In the business
Businesses, large and small, are in the midst of preparing for compliance with the European Union’s (EU) new data privacy laws: The General Data Protection Regulation, or the GDPR, which will go into effect on May 25, 2018. The GDPR is very broad in scope and can apply to businesses both in and outside of