However, every major holiday brings a massive push by the scumbags of the world to do just that – steal your money, your identity and your peace of mind.
After having a quick conversation on Facebook with a delightful editor regarding future of videos and how much that will impact what we see online, I did some research and found additional statistics in a very well written blog by Andrew Hanelly that I highly recommend that you read.
As is common with most of us, we have a hard time imagining massive changes in the future and how those changes will affect how we interact with one another and how it will influence how we will do business.
Here’s a great YouTube video you’ll enjoy watching…
Where you want to go: http://Pubit.com/
Here’s a great tutorial …
Here’s your Kindle Dashboard: https://kdp.amazon.com/self-publishing/signin
This is where you are going to start.
And here’s a great YouTube video to tell you more …
Having statistics and understanding your statistics are two very different things. Many of my customers are concerned that their site is being tracked so that they know how many visitors have visited their pages.
The problem is, that just knowing how many people have visited your site is really information that you can work with intelligently. After searching for many different video tutorials, I’ve landed on one that is rich with information and is very easy to understand.
It’s important that you pay attention to what is being explained in this excellent tutorial so that you can better understand better what you are looking at and what you need to change and why.
The old ways of doing business are rapidly changing which makes old, static websites obsolete. As a business owner or hobbyist that desires an online presence along with the ability to earn extra income, a mind boggling number of tools have entered into our Internet lives.
WordPress is one of the leading tools that continue to keep pace with this ever-changing cyber-landscape. Even though the platform is relatively simple, many people resist making the change because they are fearful of accepting the responsibility of updating their own sites or having control to change their pages as they need to. Now that control has been placed back in the hands of the business owner many shutter at the thought of yet, “another learning curve” as they learn how to post their own blogs or update pages.
You’ll notice that updates are pretty much an every day event. In the case of massive amounts of updates, it’s always a good idea to make sure that your site is backed up before you update these items. Here’s how to update them.
Tweaking the look of the text in your post is not only pleasing to your eye, it can play into the effectiveness of your Search Engine Optimization.
No need to fear making blog posts! They are as easy as sending off a quick email to a friend. Your blog is an extension of yourself and your thoughts. You know things that others would like to know – and this is the place to share those items.
If you are a small business, posting blogs online builds trust and great customer relationships with the people you provide services to.