I still remember the day I built my first WordPress blog, staring at the dashboard and absolutely clueless. I had searched all over for a free WordPress tutorial for beginners, but there were none so it actually took me a while to learn how to operate the entire thing.
One of the most common questions I hear from new entrepreneurs is about branding. What kind of image design to use? What type of color is the best? Questions like that. If you want to know how to make your own business logo, this is going to be the right article because it will also […]
I noticed there are two common problems faced by newbies when starting a blog; they don’t know which platform to use and how to start a business with it. So I am actually glad to find an online training called Beginner Blogging that seems to cater for this group of people. But, can this course […]
There are many of you out there who have great ideas for starting an online business, but when it comes to the fundamentals of building a website, some just get cold feet and are completely lost. This shouldn’t be the case because it’s actually easier to get started now than 10 years ago.
As the online world becomes more transparent, consumers are becoming more susceptible to cyber threats. The good news is, we as business owners can curb this problem by adding a security feature online. In this article, I am going to go in-depth about how to get an SSL certificate for a website (WordPress) and what changes […]
Typepad is a paid blogging platform that was launched back in 2003 and the way you create a blog is by organizing content using functional tabs. The backend is very much like Google Blogger so it’s not a drag-and-drop type of website builder. Within the platform, you can also connect with other niche bloggers who […]
Building an online presence for a food business is important and it starts by learning how to create a restaurant website. By now, you are probably aware of three options; using simple website builders that seem to provide everything out of the box, using a content management system like WordPress or hire a professional designer.
Recently, I found a new type of gig online – blog commenting services. The job basically requires you to read an article and give a 3 to 4 liners in exchange for a fee. Sounds like a fair trade, right? But why would people want to buy comments in the first place?