2017, September 18th
by Daniel Mihai Popescu
Prologue in your path to own your website
If you have your own domain, a good hosting provider, and you use the powerful WordPress web software, congratulations, you’re almost doing great in your path to own your website, but bear with me and read to the end, because I want to show you what is missing.
If you are a newbie and still hesitate about starting a blog, or you’re currently using a free blogging service (like Blogger, for example), then you should seriously consider my offer – it includes the rare opportunity of getting help and support from a peer.
by Divye Khilnani
One of the biggest challenges for marketers is reaching the people who matter most to your business. While LinkedIn Sponsored Content has always let you reach a professional audience in the newsfeed, what if you could reach even more professionals by promoting your content beyond LinkedIn — on other premium apps and websites where those same professionals also spend their time?
Today, we are excited to announce the LinkedIn Audience Network, a native advertising network that enables you to reach even more professionals with your ads by placing your Sponsored Content on high-quality, third-party publishers across mobile and desktop.
by Mellissah Smith
When I read this statement from Jay Baer, I am reminded about how important this is for each and every client we work for, and for ourselves for that matter.
So many companies still don’t run a social media calendar, and yet it is so easy to do. With Hootsuite, Buffer and Coschedule, the whole process has become efficient, effective and results driven. All you have to do is experiment. While we read blogs that tell us the best time in which to post, if you do the maths and everyone posts at that time, then clearly it is the least effective time to post. Standing out from the crowd, within reason is important.
If you’re deep in Baby Step 2 and laser-focused on getting out of debt, you’ve probably had a few moments of feeling like you hit a wall. Maybe you’re thinking you should be making better progress. You’re exhausted, and you feel like there isn’t anything more you can do to become debt-free.
Don’t worry if you’ve run out of ideas—that’s what we’re here for!
1. Start couponing. You’ve probably heard this one a thousand times—but are you doing it? You can save a ton of money just by showing a coupon to the cashier. Just be sure you’re using coupons for products you already buy, otherwise you could end up overspending on items you’ll never use. That’s how you end up with 10 bottles of spicy mustard sitting in your pantry.
by Jenni McKinnon
One of the best things about working with WordPress is that no matter where you are in the world, all you need is (reliable) wifi to work with the platform. But it does come with a downside: working from home can be really distracting.
When you’ve got the TV on in the background, a hundred tabs open in your browser, a pile of clothes waiting to be folded and friends messaging you because you’re at home so obviously you’re not busy and have lots of free time to hang out (!), your home can quickly become the worst place to work.