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How to Fasten Your Service without Growing Support Team

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As your website keeps attracting more visitors who are willing to convert, you’ll inevitably come down to a breaking point: your customer support system won’t meet all needs. In theory, it’s essential for the customer support team to grow proportionally to the business. In practice, however, that theory doesn’t always work. If you keep hiring… Read More

Bulletproof Tips for Protecting Your WordPress Site from Hackers

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You can hardly find a CMS more popular than WordPress nowadays. Millions of sites are produced on WordPress every year, and developers select it as their preferred CMS because of its ease of use, a variety of plugins, and user-friendliness. However, despite its immense popularity, the same cannot be said about its safety. Unfortunately, a… Read More

Why You Should be Using a VPN and How to Choose the Right One

Published on by ; modified on June 5, 2018

In this days and age, much of our life gets transmitted over the internet, which is inherently insecure. Yet, it is possible to repel the forces arrayed against what you hold dear. Namely, there is no shortage of versatile VPN services to employ. The sheer number of them makes things a bit difficult, though. Namely,… Read More

Landing Page Design & Optimization

Published on by ; modified on May 4, 2018

If you’re running a business, you probably know how important it is to have a good online marketing strategy. With the help of the internet, your business can expand, evolve, and become something you never thought it would. But to fully maximize your business’ potential, you need to create an enticing and useful landing page… Read More

5 Ways to Boost Page Views in WordPress

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Building up your WordPress site brand recognition and user trust can be a tough task. When you also have low page views and high bounce rates, then it’s going to reflect poorly on your brand. But how do you keep your visitors from leaving your site? It’s not easy, that’s for sure. Thankfully, there are… Read More

How to Create Abandoned Cart Emails That Work

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E-commerce is a dynamic business that requires around-the-clock service. Even if you write impressive product copies, create attractive images, and perfectly optimize a website, there is still a lot of work to do if you want to enhance online sales. According to the research, the average cart abandonment rate is almost 80%. It’s not impossible… Read More

Automatic WordPress Git Deployment with Kernl

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According to the most recent Stack Overflow developers survey, over 85% of developers are using Git. While Kernl was originally being developed this was something I kept at the top of my mind. I also didn’t want them to install an extra plugin to do so because I wanted the experience for my customers to… Read More

The Guide to Using Guest Blogging as a Link Building Strategy

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“This post is was written by a guest blogger.” How many times have you seen this while reading online stuff? According to Business Blogging Secrets Revealed report by Curata, 56 percent of business bloggers outsourced posts from guest bloggers or contributors. Source: Curata If guest blogging weren’t useful, it would have been used by so… Read More

7 Ways to Step up Your Video Marketing Strategy In 2018

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Video marketing is slowly taking over, and experts see it as the future of content marketing. With the intense competition out there, you need to use the right approach to get a portion of attention. Social media – the best way to reach your audience Start with YouTube. There are plenty of platforms where you… Read More

How To Write Content For Both People And Google

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When writing SEO content, you’ll need to be able to write content that gets you noticed by Google. There are so many tools and tips online that will help you do this, but they do forget that you need to write for people, too. If you neglect your audience, they won’t read what you have… Read More