Fashion sense: Some of us have it and some of us don’t. If you’ve found this post because you’re thinking about starting a fashion blog, we’re betting that you know a thing or two about the art of dressing. Want to share your style and expertise with the world? We support you, and we’re here
2020 has taught most businesses how to tackle uncertainties. Even as the economy gradually opens up, several companies are struggling to get back on their feet as they face fluctuating demand, limited operations, and ever-changing regulations. Many have used this time to strengthen their eCommerce operations as more and more people resort to online shopping.
Email: If you’re like most of us you use it every single day. So, are you taking advantage of that fact to get in front of your audience? We hate to break it to you, but if you’re not, you’re at a disadvantage. In this post, we’ll explain how your eCommerce efforts can benefit from
If you consistently work on your business, you’ll see a gradual growth quarter over quarter. This will go on until you reach a point where either: ● You’ve grown so much that you’re struggling to keep up with customer demands. ● Your growth has plateaued. Planning for future growth is crucial for any online business.
Losing a domain name is more than a slight inconvenience — it’s a big blow to your brand, your business, and your customer relationships. If you’re new to domains, you might not realize that they can expire, and that’s because domains aren’t a “one and done” type of purchase. When you register a domain name
The Internet is a busy landscape. As of January 2020, there were more than 1.74 billion live websites. While every website needs a domain name, not every person who registers a domain name actually builds a site and uses their domain. So, it’s safe to say that there are far more than 1.74 billion registered
Every domain name that’s been registered belongs to someone, and by default, that registration information is public. WHOIS is a way of storing that information and making it available for the public to search. In this post, we’ll dive into the WHOIS public database to understand what kind of information is stored there, why it’s
If you’ve ever owned a brick-and-mortar business, you know the amount of painstaking consideration that goes into each decision you make regarding your physical location. What you may not realize is that you should put just as much effort and care into each decision you make when building your business’ website and digital presence. As
In a recent survey of 1,200 global business managers, 54 percent reported spending more than 30 percent of their time on decision-making. In the C-suite, 14 percent of executives said they dedicate more than 70 percent of their time to making decisions. Yet, for all that time set aside, 61 percent of managers admitted that
Every brand, whether it’s a personal or a well-established company, needs to be online in order to connect with its audience, increase brand awareness, beat the competition and stay relevant. With the emergence of new and versatile domain extensions, brands now have the opportunity to not only opt for names of their choice but also