Marketing Your New Website
If you ask anyone involved in online marketing they will tell you that your work only begins once you finish building your new website. This is because the real challenge is getting people to visit your site. The internet is a busy place. And your competitors have deep pockets. But if you work hard, successfully marketing your new website is possible.
Why Blogging Software Rules the World
Blogging is the cornerstone of the Internet. It has created opportunities for writers to find new audiences and it gives those audiences information, advice and entertainment. Because of the blogging phenomenon right now you can learn about net neutrality or you can read about the eerily accurate predictions made in the movie Demolition Man. It is also easy to get started in blogging (as long as you can write, of course) as most of the blogging software that is available is easy to set up and even easier to use.
Infographic Cheat Sheets for Web Design
Use the WordPress Reference Sheet to customize your WP themes.
The RGB Colors Sheet will help you get the right colors for your brand!
There are also Facebook and SMB infographics to help you with marketing your site.
Do you have a blog or site where you help others learn web design? Use the embed code to add the infographics to your site or share them on social media.
Why your E-Commerce Site Must Have a Pinterest account
Social media gives businesses new tools to reach out to customers and ways to build your brand online. But deciding which social media platforms to use can be confusing - and flat out overwhelming. You’ll want to use the social media platforms that make sense for your business. But how do you know which ones make sense? Unless you’re a huge corporation, you can’t be everywhere. This means mindfully choosing the best platforms which best suit your business. And all things considered, if you’re in the ecommerce business, your site must have a Pinterest account.
What Social Media Makes Sense for Your Business?
Getting an invitation to a party or event is usually a good thing. But that warm feeling you experienced when you received the invitation can quickly disappear when you notice that no dress code is mentioned. Figuring out what to wear is already a task. But when you have no idea what everyone else will be wearing, it’s excruciating. The only thing worse is actually appearing at an event dressed inappropriately. Cringe-inducing.