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Components Of E-Commerce – E-Commerce Defined!

Components Of E-Commerce – E-Commerce Defined!

E-commerce components can be confusing, after all there are a lot of moving parts. How can you know what services, tools, and approaches to online business you'll need? In this video, you'll get all of this cleared up and completely simplified. And it'll only take you a few minutes! Let's get going! (more…)

WordPress.com vs WordPress.org — A Brief Overview

WordPress.com vs WordPress.org — A Brief Overview

WordPress.com versus WordPress.org -- what's the difference between these two flavours of WordPress? And which one's right for you? After all, it's very easy to confuse these two. Here, you'll get a comparison of WordPress.com and WordPress.org and gain a clear understanding of which one's best for you. Let's check 'em out! (more…)

WordPress Tutorial – How To Create A Website For Free (or close to it!)

WordPress Tutorial – How To Create A Website For Free (or close to it!)

A WordPress tutorial! Or, how to create a website for free...or as close to free as I can make it for you! WordPress is a world-class web design platform powering over a third of websites online. But if you've never worked with it, or are a bit intimidated by it, it can seem complicated and difficult. The good news is, it's easy to use once you get rolling with it -- and that's what today's tutorial is all about. Let's roll! (more…)

5 Reasons To Drop Dreamweaver And Use WordPress For Small Business

5 Reasons To Drop Dreamweaver And Use WordPress For Small Business

If you're a Dreamweaver user, then this could be just the post for you. No doubt you've heard of WordPress, but maybe the idea of learning a new piece of web design software isn't appealing to you at all -- and I totally understand that! After all, everything's working just fine in Dreamweaver, right? Maybe for now, but truthfully, at some point you'll hit it's limitations. And for online business owners and ecommerce website owners, that limit hits hard 'n fast! So in this post, I'll lay out my five reasons (plus a bonus reason) for ditching Dreamweaver and going with WordPress to build your online business. This one's a dozy, so let's get started! (more…)

Web Hosting Hub Review: My Hosting Has Never Been Cheaper!

Web Hosting Hub Review: My Hosting Has Never Been Cheaper!

In this Web Hosting Hub review, you'll learn about this low-cost, feature-rich web host -- and discover if they're a good fit for you. While Web Hosting Hub offers loads of features, add-ons, and great customer service, there are some downsides and drawbacks you need to be aware of. In this highly detailed and deeply researched article, you'll discover all the ins and outs of this quality web hosting company. Let's dig in! (more…)

How To Set Up A Website-Branded (Professional Business) Email In Gmail

How To Set Up A Website-Branded (Professional Business) Email In Gmail

Getting your email set up is, of course, a very important step in building and running your business online. I always advocate for separating your business's essential web services, and using dedicated vendors for each. And the same holds true for email. There are significant drawbacks to simply using free email that comes with your web hosting—issues like spam, unreliability, and security. (more…)

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How Much Does It Cost To Build Your Website?

How Much Does It Cost To Build Your Website?

In a previous video, we discovered that hiring someone to build your business website comes at a huge up front cost. If you want specific numbers, be sure to check out that video. But in this post, I'll show you how you can set up your online business for just a fraction of the cost, and be in full control of your business and your website. You'll find out about what costs are fixed, what's optional, and where you can save yourself lots of money and headaches. Let's jump into it! (more…)

How To Set Up Google G Suite Email For Your Small Business

How To Set Up Google G Suite Email For Your Small Business

In a previous tutorial, we discussed why using the free email service that's bundled with your web hosting is no good for business, and how it can lead to a whole range of problems. Or, you may find yourself in a situation where your web hosting provider doesn't offer email service at all (as is the case with hosts like WP Engine). Either way, we want to ensure that our business's primary web services are handled by separate vendors. To achieve this, and get you set you up in the best possible way, we'll take a look at how to set up Google G Suite for your website. (more…)

HTML Tutorial – Learn HTML And CSS Tutorial EASY!

HTML Tutorial – Learn HTML And CSS Tutorial EASY!

An HTML tutorial! This tutorial's all about learning HTML and CSS -- specifically, how to create a web page using HTML and CSS. Here, you'll learn how to build a complete web page layout from scratch, step by step, using HTML and CSS. You'll learn what HTML is, how it works, what CSS is, and a whole lot more...So let's get rockin'! (more…)

How To Point Your Domain Name To Your Web Hosting Account

How To Point Your Domain Name To Your Web Hosting Account

Once you've registered your business's domain name and signed up with a great web host, the next step is to point your domain to your hosting account. This is often called setting your domains DNS (Domain Name System), and it's a critical step in getting your business live on the web. It might sound a bit technical, but this tutorial's all about keeping things simple! (more…)