If you are looking for a business opportunity with minimal start-up costs and growth potential, then one option to consider is becoming a web-hosting reseller. This is where you buy wholesale hosting capacity from a large hosting company, and then resell individual hosting accounts to other businesses. Each account that you sell appears as if it comes from you, rather than from the wholesaler.
Starting a web-hosting reseller business is relatively simple, at least in terms of buying hosting resources. You should be able to purchase wholesale hosting capacity online for less than $100 a month, and be up and running within a few hours. However, it’s important that you do your homework before you sign up – you want to go with a reputable hosting company that provides good technical support and high availability, otherwise when things go wrong you will have your customers complaining incessantly. You may be tempted to go with a cheap hosting company, but it usually isn’t worth the money you save. One good choice is GoDaddy, which was founded by Bob Parsons – who also heads up the Bob Parsons Foundation. Read More
Website building or website design has turned from a long tedious process with a designer and developer to now offering designers a new range of options and platforms to create their sites independently. There is a wide range of website builders to choose from, some free and some paid, which will enable you to create your own website no matter the degree of your tech knowledge. The best place to start is to identify your skill set, how many sites you plan to create and how creative you want to be. With the market open to a whole host of website creators from DIY basic template builders to professional online design studios catering to the creative professional, it’s important to look around and check out the options.
If you’re looking for a website builder for your projects this year, we’re here to help. We’ve taken a look at some website builders, and we’ve put together this quick guide to help you decide which one suits your needs best.
From the idea of online brand promotion has emerged the concept of ecommerce blogging. We know people want to buy products online today rather than spending hours on shopping in local, physical markets. It can be anything ranging from second hand mobiles to latest car model or a brand new house.
This trend has boosted the importance of ecommerce blogging and has made businesses to run a successful ecommerce blog in order to get more and more loyal clients everyday from all over the world. This is the very reason we decided to share practical tips to run a successful ecommerce blog with our loyal audience so they can put their ecommerce blogging on right path to reap the benefits of a huge online audience looking for all types of products they need in everyday life. Read More
I hope everyone had a good week.
Here are the job board highlights to help you welcome the weekend on an even better note!
FastSlimBody.com, an online resource for weight loss, health and fitness information, is looking for new contributors to join Nagaway’s Writer Program. You can suggest topics based on your expertise/interest for our approval, or choose from a list of topics.
You’ve heard all the usual tips about giving your blog the edge – write quality content, pay attention to your blog design, be active on social media, and so on. You can go on and on with these tips, but I believe it all boils down to a fundamental factor: your writing.
You do not have to be the best writer in the world. You don’t need to be grammar perfect. You don’t need all the big words. But you do need to find that way of writing that will catch your readers’ attention AND keep it, too.
If you need more specific, actionable tips, here is a handy guide in the form of an infographic.
If you specifically like writing, it is highly possible that you will find blogging interesting. Blogging is an interesting proposition since it provides writing opportunities and the added advantage of being paid for it. Freelance writing resources, when chosen carefully, can show what ‘s in store for you once you choose the path of blogging for hire.
Everyone knows about Google. Everyone uses Google. Okay, maybe not the loyalists who have their default homepage set to Yahoo or Bing, but there is no doubt that for a large number of Internet users, Google is THE king.
But just how big is Google, really? We
sarcastically fondly call it the Big G, but do we really have an idea of just how big the company is?
If you’ve ever wondered about that, here is an infographic that will give you a pretty good idea of the vastness that is the Google empire. Read More
The New Year is going to be an interesting one for the writers and bloggers out there. We saw a lot of Google changes in 2013, and some experts say that SEO has been forever changed. Forever changed or not, writers are going to need to get serious, and although many might not have noticed, they are probably going to be most affected by some of these changes. We have to change the way we write and how we optimize, and that’s no easy task.
Whether you’re hoping to train your writers on some of these new tactics or just want a checklist for yourself to help you be successful, look no further. Below are tips coming straight from a writer (an SEO writer no less) that will help you stay on track this upcoming year.
Good morning, everyone!
Here are the job board highlights from this week.
This up and coming blog has focused on education content and is now expanding. They need a new team member for weekly content for the “Variety” category. 1-3, 300-400-word posts weekly are needed. Small pay, but chance to be part of something from the start.
As a WordPress developer, I love to geek out when building client sites. Finding excuses to use shortcodes, leveraging page templates & custom fields to standardize design and imagining better data structure with custom post types are part of my daily joys.
My clients however couldn’t care less. In fact, most of them don’t even understand what I did to create the customized admin interface that they assume to be “standard WordPress” anyway. All they want is something that works well and is easy to use.
That’s good news for WordPress, which a great CMS solution: all about making things work, keeping content organized and providing edit tools that are intuitive. Read More