Posts made in January, 2019


So, you have a great business idea and you have the sheer drive and determination to see your idea become a reality and now you are ready to take it to market. That is going to mean that you “get it out there” in one way or another from website promotion and hard advertising copy to digital advertising and social media awareness, and they all cost money. If you are just stepping out into what is commonly known as “the start-up” phase,...

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Bringing traffic to a new blog is a hard-core challenge, but not unachievable. You can drive visitors to your new blog through solid marketing and great networking. If you don’t have or have a little knowledge of online marketing, you can learn the tactic enrolling to digital marketing courses. This will help you an expert marketer as well. In the midst of goal, you need to understand what challenges would stop you from reaching your...

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Ahh…2018, the year of the big, bad, volumetric distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. Remember the then-world-record Github attack in February (1.3 Tbps) and another world-record attack (1.7 Tbps) five days later in March? Unfortunately, 2018 was the latest of several years of DDoS whoppers. During the past five years, the trend has been clear. Larger botnets are carrying out more powerful attacks with a wider variety of...

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Are you looking to scale your e-commerce website? If yes, then you have to work on your marketing. Here are nine powerful multichannel marketing tips for e-commerce brands. 1. Define Focus of the Channels Being everywhere is not the definition of multichannel. It is not necessary for you to market on all social media platforms like blogs, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and others. Before picking a marketing channel, determine its...

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If you are a blogger, then I’m sure you have heard the following quote so many times: “Don’t Put All your Eggs in One Basket” Now the context of this quote is for all the bloggers who started with the concept that blogging is “money”. In simple words, it means that you should position your blog in a way that you don’t have to rely on a single monetization method to make money from your blog....

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