A website generates two main types of visitors. There are the visitors that stop by and leave. They never return again. Then there are the visitors that stop by. They bookmark your site. They sign up for your opt-in list. They subscribe to your blog. These are the visitors you want. When you can motivate more new visitors to come back, you’re on your way to converting them to customers.
As a website owner you want to make sure your visitors are happy. Happy visitors stay on your website longer. They come back for repeat visits. And of course they buy from your website. When it comes to a website’s structure, there are two elements that can make or break your user experience.
Quick load times
There’s nothing that squashes a visitor’s happiness faster than not being able to load a website page. If the page doesn’t come up quickly, your visitor is gone. We’ve grown accustomed to instant gratification online. If your web page takes longer than a few seconds to load, you may miss out on valuable prospects and visitors. They won’t be happy while they’re waiting for your pages to load.
We are always looking for ways to keep our data safe in this information age. And the latest way to store information is in the cloud. For those who don’t know, this is a way you can store data remotely rather than on your own device. It cuts IT costs drastically while also speeding up operations. But how safe is it to save data remotely? Most have not made the leap of faith yet to cloud computing.
When working to keep data and passwords safe within company computers, employers need to be proactive in ensuring that employees are not putting them at risk. There are risky behaviors that employees do on work computers that a company needs to look at limiting.
Risky Employee Behavior
* Unauthorized use of programs. When employees use unauthorized programs on company computers, it can lead to loss of data for the company.
* Corporate computers used without supervision.
* Transfer of files from work computers to home computers.
* Employees sharing their password with other employees.
Many new business owners get so excited at the thought of starting their own profitable company online that they do not look before they leap. They come up with what they think is a great new idea and start to try to sell it without doing proper market research to determine demand and what customers in the niche are willing to pay for products. Other new business owners go to the opposite extreme and steer clear of certain top-earning niches because they think there is too much competition.
Studying the metrics of what you do is a very important part of having a successful business. Without looking at the numbers you really cannot know exactly why you experienced either success or failure. You can make assumptions, but when you don’t have to do that it’s better to use facts to ensure that your efforts aren’t a waste.
* If You Can’t Measure It Doesn’t Exist – When you set goals, they should be something that can be expressed in numbers: clicks, page views, sign-ups, buys and so forth. You can even assign values to conversions so that Google Analytics tells you what a particular conversion is worth to you without you having to leave the system.
I get that you get busy. You’re running a business, holding down a job, and taking care of a family. Some days there just is not enough time in the day to create fresh content for your blog. So what is a busy entrepreneur to do? Use Private Label Rights content of course! You may be wondering what private label rights content is. I have written a blog post about that. The link will be at the bottom of this post. If you’re like me, you probably have tons of plr just sitting on your hard drive waiting to be put to use. You may just need some help organizing your content and getting it ready for use. I suggest you join me in this PLR challenge hosted by Tiffany Lambert. It will help you get everything together so you can put the PLR you have to good use. I’ve even donated a pack to help the people who may not have any plr get started.
The link to the challenge is below.
So I had a member of my group ask me where to start with WordPress. Thw member wanted to know who it was best for and how to get started. So here is my answer. If you can type a word document and follow simple instructions as they come up on the screen, you can use wordpress. Most of the hosting plans offer a one click installation method. All you really need is your domain name and your web hosting. The challenging part is coming up with useful things to say each week. So I know you may be wondering where to get a domain name from. I use namecheap for my domain hosting. I use stable host for my webhost. The links will be at the bottom of this post if you haven’t already purchased your hosting and domain name. Click the links, get your domain name and webhosting, and get started.
Do you own a business? Well, it’s about time that you had a website to showcase and advertise what you do and how well you do it. When it comes to building a website, there are several options. Some of the work won’t be easy. There’s a learning curve. For the smallest learning curve and also fun during the process, we suggest building your website using WordPress.
What Is WordPress?
For those who don’t know, WordPress is open source software that can be used to start a blog (WordPress.com) or a self-hosted website or blog (WordPress.org). We’ll be speaking about the latter today. While there is some coding knowledge required, it can all be learned as you set up the website.
Many people suffer from depression and low moods. It’s often hard to overcome, but remember that change takes time. When trying to take control of your feelings, remember to be patient. Listed below are some tips you can use to try to lift your feelings of depression.
1. Stay in touch. Don’t withdraw from your life and your loved ones. When talking to others, it has been proven that it can improve your mood. Talk to the people you care about the most. Let them know how you feel because they may be the biggest key in you getting the healing that you need.