Email is one of the most important aspects of your website. Whether it’s a blog, e-commerce, or a social site or some other focus, email is critical for communication with members, customers or followers. Yet, it can be one of the most difficult of tasks to get it delivered. This article focuses on some tips to help you avoid the spam box and achieve higher delivery rates.Continue reading “Top Three Email Delivery Tips”
Starting a new website could very well be the best decision of your life. It could lead to more income, more connections with like-minded people, or just more happiness in your life. It can be a fantastic decision for you or your business. Websites can be a great idea, but there’s also a lot of things that can go wrong. Luckily, some common pitfalls can be avoided with a little advice and planning.Continue reading “Website Startup Tips”
We’ve come into world that constantly becoming more and more intuitive, simple, and easy. We can pay with credit cards now instead of cash. We’ve got websites for everything from information to games to music. And we’ve got systems that allow our browsers and computers to stay logged into you account even after you exit it.
Unfortunately though, for your own website especially, it’s dangerous to stay logged in and especially to the back end/admin area of your website.Continue reading “Why Staying Logged in Can Ruin Your Website”
If you’ve got a website, chances are high that you’ve got to send emails to clients or potential clients. Maybe you’re sending a monthly newsletter or perhaps an answer to a client question. Maybe you’re troubleshooting in customer service or even asking questions for an interview. Whatever the reason, you need your email to actually get to where you’re sending it and SMTP helps with that.Continue reading “How SMTP Email Protocols Work for You.”
No matter if you’re trying to start a commercial website for selling products or services or if you’re just building something as simple as a social site, both mean nothing without having people coming to it. And let me tell you that getting a reliable following for a website is the hardest thing to do. People are fickle and will move on to bigger and better alternatives with the smallest of issues. Luckily, there is a way to help you build your website, and that is through a strong foundation.Continue reading “How to Build a Strong Consumer Base”
Websites are fragile. Sure, they can be the most stable thing in the world for months at a time, but that won’t last forever. It doesn’t happen often but hardware can fail, databases can crash or hackers could hack your website — and that’s when you need your back-up.
Ever heard someone say that a picture’s worth a thousand words? A picture can draw out emotion. It can help explain a problem that otherwise just doesn’t make sense. There are endless uses for pictures and as such, finding pictures that you can actually use without any legal issues isn’t easy.
Making your website presentable, fluid, and functional is one of the most important aspects of having a successful website. While some people might not judge a book by its cover, many will certainly judge a website by its homepage. Choosing a theme might not be easy, but there are some tips that’ll help you decide.
Privacy policies are a legal document that have been around for the past fifty years. Every website has them and that means that yes, even your website needs one. Lately, it’s come into the spotlight thanks to the new regulations released by the GDPR in the EU.
Getting customers when launching a new product or a new brand is always a tough thing to do. The same is true when you’re launching a new website. You’re available to the entire world, but how is anyone going to find you? Unless you’re coming up with a completely revolutionary idea, chances are you’re going to have a lot of competition right from the start. Luckily, there are ways to increase your visibility to reach more and more people.