Showing posts from July, 2020

Why your business need a website

     With the advent of the world wide web, customer behaiviour have changed accordingly to adapt to the digital era. According to statista almost 5 billion people were active internet users as of April 2020 , encompassing 59% of the global population. Internet is a core pillar of the modern information society. However, with the widespread of smartphones and mobile devices your customers are more than likely to used the  internet atleast 2 hours a day. And pew research center just did a research and found out that 28% of american adults were reported to go online almost constantly. and overall 81% of americans say they go online on a daily basis. Social medias are a great way to advertise your business ,it offers alot of benefits that gives you total control  over audience targetting. But Your online presence is better felt if you can identify yourself with a website Want to know what benefits website offers for businesses ? of course you do !!! 1. Brand awareness  Having a website f

7 steps to a professional touch in wordpress

7 steps to a professional touch in Wordpress Photo by  Andrea Piacquadio  from  Pexels It always started when you wanted your business to gain credibility, gain reputation or you are a freelance blogger looking to look more professional to clients but all you ever hear was "you're not taking your business seriously". Yeah of course Using a free version of a site can make you seem less professional and a little bit trifling with your business. But what if you don't have the money to upgrade to a self-hosted site? There is absolutely no shame in that as you can always upgrade to a self-hosted WordPress website whenever you feel it's the right time and you have the right budget. So I figured out a way to get around all of this. and you don't need to be all that tech-savvy to implement this but you just need a little bit of web design ( literally a bunch of drag and drop buttons ) to set free of that unprofessional feel while still working on a free-hosted website

Don't Hit publish without reading this books for bloggers

Guest Post : Best Books To Help Bloggers In Their Blogging Journey Hi guys we are receiving a guest post today and I'm very excited to introduce you to priya an avid reader , a blogger and a stay at home mom who is well known for book reviews and recommendations in her multi-niche blog.  And by the look of it I could say Guys something Good is coming your way.😇🚀 Are you new to blogging?  You want to start a blog but don't know where and how to start?  You started a blog but don't know what to write?  Well then you definitely need to read this post.  In this post I will suggest you 10 books that you must read before starting out your blog.  So without further ado let's get started.  1. Blog Inc : Blogging for passion, Profit and to create community by Joy Deangdeelert Cho        In this book you will get all the basic information you need to start a blog. From getting a domain to promoting your website, the author explains everything very neatly along with interviews

The Ultimte guide to Content marketing

If you are a fan of listening to stories then I must say this guide is for you.      really😎 !!!      The main reason behind every content-marketing is to influence consumers to take some action. Content marketing is all about storytelling and if you're a good storyteller then people will always tend to give their attention to you.   often most of the time when you heard the term "content marketing" the things that pops-in to your mind are blogging, emails and probably social media right? But what about a business that pre-date the internet?  Marketers at that time use prints, radio ads and television advertisements. Do you know the first American magazine to reach 1 million subscribers started out in 1903? Ladies Home journal  A journal that focuses on Homemaking tips for women started as a  double-page supplement at the tribune and farmer with ads concentrating on women fashion, home goods and other products expanded its customer base to its target audience through val

Building Personal Brand to stand out professionally

Building a Personal Brand to stand out professionally Getting noticed for the dedication and showing hard-work for the job is not enough these days, There is a lot of difficulty in setting yourself apart from the crowd, especially if almost everyone has the same general ambition You might not appreciate the option of staying in your company, unbranded. you have to create your own job security, and branding is part of that. Personal branding could be the difference between being noticed to not. Not being online today is akin to not existing. Do you know that social networking sites like LinkedIn and Facebook (on which, yes, I have profiles) are providing a great way for companies to find people and people to find jobs? But how do I present myself?  how do I survive this so-called "self-branding" world that has turned people's life into products ( more like self-bragging like I use to call it. )  What if you are so overwhelmed with social media !!!  Now here is the thing: 1