Domain names (and websites) are now so integral to how business is done that it’s not uncommon for new businesses to now scrap their desired business name if they can’t get the domain name for it. We are starting to see more and more businesses finding the perfect domain name and building a brand around that. So in this article, we want to show you how to choose the perfect domain name for your website and business.
At the time of writing this article Wikipedia (a source of everything factual….) lists a total of 194 different social media networks (or platforms). Wikipedia states that this list is “…not exhaustive, and is limited to notable, well-known sites.”
There is a thought out there that to be “killing the game” you have to be everywhere, but if this were the case, you would be individually creating over 194 pieces of content, multiple times each week, just to keep up. It’s simply not achievable. So, with that in mind, we hear you asking the question “what social platforms should i be on?”, and it is this question that we will attempt to answer for you.
Everyone wants a website “that looks good” but very seldom do we pay attention to where our eyes are looking. This seems absurd. You can’t view a website if you can’t see, so therefore you can say with 99% certainty that the people visiting your website will be using their eyes. If this is the case then why do we put such a large focus on making sure our brains interpret the web design as “pretty”, and almost always forget about how your visitors are going to be scanning your website content. Good web design happens when you pay attention to eye flow.
There are many aspects of web design/development, and everything that comes along with that area of expertise that is far simpler than it seems. A lot of people simply decide that just the name “web design” sounds technical and therefore everything associated it must also be technical, and therefore very difficult to learn. This couldn’t be further from the truth, and because of this, we have written this article to show you how to easily set up web hosting, so that you can take some of the control back when running your business. Read More