Here is an infographic from SingleHop, a cloud computing company, showing that while the cost of not using a backup service could seriously damage your company, many business owners are not taking deliberate measures to protect themselves by moving their data to cloud hosting.
Only a shocking 50% of enterprises backup their employees computers! When downtime happens, which it most assuredly will, there are a whole variety of negative effects that can take place. On average, sites have 13 instances of downtime each year.
For most business owners, finding a way to keep their business viable and changing with the times is a top priority. There are a number of ways to bring your business into the 21st century, but none are as important as having a website.
With all of the factors that go into finding the right website and hosting company, you will have to do some research to make sure you are getting the right options. Here are a few tips to use when trying to choose the right website hosting company for your new website.
It is no longer news that Paypal is the largest and most secure Payment platform the world has today and so not having it as a payment option is directly keeping a larger portion of your visitors away.
When you have an e-commerce application, it is essential that you have a user-friendly mechanism for payment.
While e-commerce sites will typically use complete credit card processing gateways, when you offer PayPal as a payment option for customers it can be beneficial. For example, there are some who do not want to send their credit card info across the internet and this integration will eliminate the need for this.
Targeted traffic is the main thing that keeps every successful online business going. While we can get free targeted traffic from many sources, Search Engines have proven to be the most exciting source of traffic that converts the most.
Today, we have someone who’s got a firm grip on attracting search engine traffic and he’s here to share with us how his does this and the results he gets.
Dennis Seymour of course is the man today. Let’s hear what he’s got for us so over to you buddy…
A little bit after mid 2014, I started to work on my company’s digital marketing and SEO blog.
Please Note: This is another opportunity to be paid $100+ per post you accept on your blog!
Some few days back, I posted this opportunity from a client who accepts guest articles on his blog for $100 flat. That means you send him your guest post and if you meet his requirements, he pays you $100.
This time around, it’s another opportunity that requires less from your end. The client in question wants to send to you top quality articles, written in pure English. All you have to do is publish the articles on your blog and get paid per article.
Naturally thinking, the more your traffic grows, the more your business expands and the more profit you make. That’s quite true and it explains why people struggle to open more ways to drive traffic to their blogs.