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It’s 2014 and the barriers to launching a successful business online is no less than shattered. With the continuous development and introduction of amazing tools designed to empower the average person with a dream, your prospects for earning online and growing your business have never been better.
PrestaShop 1.6 is the latest version of a free open-source e-commerce software designed to empower anyone willing to launch an online store. Whether you’re running a large retail outlet or a basic, startup online store. As an online retailer, all your needs are met from the technical aspects to the management and accounting of your business. You’re going to surprised at the level of details and options available within this free e-commerce software.
The setup and launching process is broken down into 3 overall steps, simplifying your workflow from concept to market.
Skip the Technical Details & Launch in Mere Minutes
One of the most beneficial characteristics of PrestaShop for your business is the fact that it is open-source, which means there’s no cost to acquire and update the software, and it is available pre-packaged with partnered web hosting companies such as InMotion and BlueHost. Their web hosting partners offer free one-click installation of PrestaShop 1.6 within your hosting account. Saving you hours of configuration time and potential troubleshooting, especially if you’re not technically inclined.
Time to Install with a partner web host provider: 15 – 20 minutes Read More
Blogging has become one of the most common ways for people to express themselves and let their opinions be heard. Sometimes, it seems as if almost everybody you know has a blog, in addition to all the major companies you follow through your social networking. For some people, their blogs have basically become public, interactive journals. Others have made their blogs more professional, in hopes of connecting with people of their desired profession.
While the reason behind blogging is different for every person/company who becomes involved in it, one aspect of blogging is universal: you want people to see your work. Read More
There’s only so much a blogger can do. The spate of work that lies before a blogger is humongous to say the least. With all that work piling up, it’d be nice to have a few automation methods, workflows, and certain tools to help push and promote content to build a teeny weeny bit of leverage to your blogging efforts.
Here are a few workflows, automation methods, and other tools to help push and propagate your content. Read More
There are so many absolutely free, awesome things on the web these days: search engines, video players, chat clients, social networks, website builders – name it, you’ve got it! Today, we are happy to announce a giveaway in partnership with Webydo, a free online site builder. The Webydo team wants to express their gratefulness to their current and prospective customers by offering one free lifetime subscription to their professional web suite.
Making the decision to invest in a VPN is not an easy one. You will need to weigh the pros and cons of paying for such a service and determine which provider would best suit your own needs. But it is very commonplace for modern Internet users to be looking for a more secure method of accessing websites. Even other common tasks such as FTP and SSH will log your natural IP address, so there is a multitude of reasons for looking into private access.
But I think that many tech-savvy users will gloss over the key points without really browsing through each website. I want to stress how important it is to make sure you choose the right provider. Also how you can educate yourself on the differences between proxy support and a full VPN software package. I think this wiki entry has some good details worth skimming.
Embedding a playlist on your blog can really amp up the mood of your blog post. Making your site visitors listen to the music you like is much better than eagerly talking about it.
There are a lot options out there on how to stream music on your blog besides embedding a video music playlist from YouTube. Given that Spotify, Groovetube, Rdio, Last.fm and BearShare are the popular ones, there are a lot of music stream services that make sharing and creating a catalog of music on your blog easier.
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Tell me if this sounds familiar: You’ve been working away on your blog for a while now — months, maybe even years. You don’t have a huge audience, maybe a few thousand readers, maybe even less. But it’s a dedicated audience. They read every post, they get into it in the comments, and they tell you they consider your site a valuable resource.
But properly maintaining a blog is hard work. You’re diligent about posting frequently so that your audience stays engaged, and the hours are really adding up. You’re starting to wonder about the bottom line. With your traffic, ad revenue won’t amount to much (if anything), and you’re not crazy about sponsored posts or affiliate programs that might tarnish your blog’s reputation. Read More
Halloween will fall on a spooky Wednesday this year, so get your terrifyingly terrific costumes ready for some nonstop partying! For bloggers wanting to savor the Halloween experience, maybe a countdown plugin is in order, so why not put one of these Halloween widgets on your site and just count the days until fuzzy bats, ghouls and monsters will rule the night.