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5 min read WebDevStudios
Business | webdevstudios.com | 2 days ago

Benefits of Integrating Salesforce with WordPress

Integrating Salesforce with your WordPress site could be the edge you need to successfully manage your CRM and CMS. Learn more now.

Benefits of Integrating Salesforce with WordPress

Business | webdevstudios.com | 2 days ago

By now, you probably already know what WordPress is and that over a third of the web uses this Content Management System (CMS). And, you probably have heard of Salesforce, one of the leading Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platforms. However, using those two terms in the same sentence may seem strange. As both an end-user of WordPress and Salesforce at one time, I am here to tell you that you not only can but should use them in the same sentence. I imagine that someone at some point said your business is only as good as your leads are. If you aren’t capturing leads on your website, then you need to start. Capturing leads on your site and stopping there might not be the best way for you to manage your potential customers, though. By integrating Salesforce with WordPress, you can keep WordPress as your CMS, where you simply manage content, and Salesforce as your CRM, where you manage your customer relationships. It might sound to you that it is counter intuitive to integrate these two powerhouses of software just to manage them separately, but by the end of this blog post, you will see why and how it’s not counter intuitive at all.
Salesforce
First, let’s dive

Business | howibuilt.it | 11 days ago

Growing from Freelancer to Agency Owner with Matt Adams - How I Built It

Matt Adams has been around the block. Starting off as a freelance designer, he's grown into a successful WordPress agency. In this episode we learn how, as well as the importance of the right hourly rate, and cash flow in any business.

10 min read robert Abela
Business | humcommerce.com | 7 days ago

WordPress Activity Log and its importance for eCommerce websites.

We typically associate activity logs with security only. However, there are many other benefits to keeping a record of what is happening on your WordPress website, especially if you are running an e-commerce store.

WordPress Activity Log and its importance for eCommerce websites.

Business | humcommerce.com | 7 days ago

There’s a lot that happens behind the scenes on every WordPress website and e-commerce store. Pages receive updates, files are uploaded or deleted. Store managers update products and process orders. Other administrators login, install plugins, change a theme or a WordPress core setting, and so on. Keeping track of all the WordPress activity log is key to your e-commerce store’s long-term wellbeing and security. The good news is that there is a tool that enables you to do just that; it’s an activity log plugin. In a nutshell, an activity log plugin keeps track of the key events that happen on your website. WordPress activity log plugin gives you an activity log of all desired activities. That way, you have access to all the information you need to better manage your WordPress website. Keep it secured, preserve user data, and troubleshoot errors.
In this article, we’ll explain what activity logs are, and highlight a few reasons why you should be using them, and how to keep a record of changes that happen on your website in an activity log.
Let’s get to it!
What are activity logs?
An activity log is a chronological-record or set of records of activity that

8 min read WebDevStudios
Business | webdevstudios.com | Feb. 13, 2020

Product Transparency: Displaying Ingredients on Your Consumer Goods Website

Product transparency is a movement that consumer good brands need to address. Here's why displaying product ingredients on a CPG website is important and tips for doing it.

Product Transparency: Displaying Ingredients on Your Consumer Goods Website

Business | webdevstudios.com | Feb. 13, 2020

Product transparency simply means being open and honest about the ingredients in your consumer packaged goods (CPG). Growing up, I was never concerned with the ingredients in products. I consumed a lot of food and used a lot of skin and hair products that weren’t good for my body or health. One day, I realized that I had lost most of my hair and it was falling out at a rapid pace. Thanks to the internet and social media, I learned about the natural hair movement and how to read ingredients in products. I learned exactly what ingredients were good for my hair and which ones to stay away from. My hair flourished and grew longer than it ever had before. I then started to pay attention and research all ingredients in my food and skincare products. Product transparency has become a movement not only for me but for everyone else! That’s why displaying ingredients on your consumer goods website is vital for both your customers and your brand. Consumers everywhere are paying attention to the ingredients that we are consuming and the potential negative effects those ingredients have. Consumers want to know the ingredients of their food, hair, skin, makeup, household, baby products

6 min read WebDevStudios
Business | webdevstudios.com | Mar. 3, 2020

Benefits of Agile Project Management

What is agile project management, and how could it benefit your website project? Read more to find out.

Benefits of Agile Project Management

Business | webdevstudios.com | Mar. 3, 2020

Sometimes when we are working on a website project for a client, it feels like we are running a marathon. We see the finish line way off in the distance, inching closer as we run mile after mile. For some projects, this is okay. We have our goal and our milestones and we work on tasks one after the other, perfecting along the way. By the end, we deliver a fully tested and completed project. In other instances, our projects require a much more flexible and fast approach. In these cases, agile project management is beneficial. Agile project management is the practice of breaking down projects into smaller goals and tasks which are then worked on during a set amount of time called a sprint. When is agile project management appropriate?
Agile and scrum, specifically, a subcategory of agile, are known as the fail fast methods, often working to deliver a minimal viable product (MVP). This method is appropriate for projects when there is a set of clear requirements, but the how and end result are up for discussion. Agile allows you to build something in a sprint, lasting from a few days to a couple of weeks often; and at the end, produce a feature. Then, after reviewing, the team with the

2 min read Maddy Osman
Business | codeinwp.com | Jan. 9, 2020

How to Make Money on Fiverr: Exact Steps I Took to Make $2-3k / Month

With 4.5 years on the platform, I’ve seen Fiverr grow from having a bad reputation that stemmed from making every order start at $5, to a diverse marketplace of talented individuals who have learned how to make money on Fiverr by charging according to their skills and experience.

How to Make Money on Fiverr: Exact Steps I Took to Make $2-3k / Month

Business | codeinwp.com | Jan. 9, 2020

How to make money on Fiverr – how I make $2,000-$3,000 each month I’ve been on Fiverr since June 2015.
I honestly wouldn’t have even considered it if not for the guidance of my mentor and first big client when I started freelancing full-time. He’d been using it to sell social media management packages that he eventually converted to long-term client relationships.
With 4.5 years on the platform, I’ve seen Fiverr grow from having a bad reputation that stemmed from making every order start at $5, to a diverse marketplace of talented individuals who have learned how to make money on Fiverr by charging according to their skills and experience.
Between June 2015 and the date of this article’s publication, there’s been some variance in terms of how much work I’ve actually done through the platform. But I never left completely or went on an extended break, always maintaining a consistent presence.
It’s this consistency that’s helped me move up from one seller level to another.
I’m both a “Top Rated Seller” and a member of the Pro marketplace, which effectively puts me on the top of the totem pole for getting my Gigs

6 min read Donna Cavalier
Business | elementor.com | 4 days ago

Introducing Elementor Experts: The New Discovery Network For Web Creators

Exciting network for Elementor Experts to showcase their skills and get more business.

Introducing Elementor Experts: The New Discovery Network For Web Creators

Business | elementor.com | 4 days ago

The devastating effects of COVID-19 on the livelihood of web creator freelancers and agencies are becoming increasingly evident. The tech and marketing sectors are potentially looking at massive layoffs as surveys indicate 41% of small and medium businesses (SMBs) in the US will fold in the next month without government support. Web creators need help sustaining their businesses and keeping them afloat. That is why I’m proud to announce that we are launching a brand new product; Elementor Experts, a discovery network that connects pro marketers, designers, developers and other web creators in a brand new way.
Launching a successful WordPress website project is a collaborative effort, and involves the contribution of different professionals. You need to coordinate web designers, copywriters, branding experts, conversion specialists, SEOs, JS developers… the list goes on.
The Elementor Experts Network connects Elementor-WordPress specialists and makes it easy to collaborate and work together.
If you are looking for an Elementor expert, you’ll be able to find a list of varied professionals, filter them according to your needed skills, and connect with them for a potential

10 min read WebDevStudios
Business | webdevstudios.com | Jan. 16, 2020

Successfully Leading a Remote Work Team

There are so many benefits to leading a remote work team, and any challenges can be overcome with the right tools, processes, or policies. Use these tips and words of wisdom to successfully lead a remote work team.

Successfully Leading a Remote Work Team

Business | webdevstudios.com | Jan. 16, 2020

Here at WebDevStudios (WDS), we are passionate about WordPress, the success of our clients, and remote work. Being a completely distributed company, we have the opportunity to hire the best of the best regardless of location because we work from home. While distributed employees are the future, a company has to be open to new policies, processes and tools in order to make the effort successful. Below is my advice for leading a remote work team and maintaining effective productivity throughout the workweek from home. In a corporate office, far, far away…
Cubicles debuted in corporate offices during the 1960s and are now present in every high rise office across the world. I worked in a cubicle right out of college then moved to a nice corner office until about six years ago when I started at WDS.
Working remotely was completely new to me, but I quickly fell in love with this way of working. Now, I don’t think I could ever go back to a cubicle. Is it time for companies to change their thinking about how teams can work effectively and still be productive? The answer is yes! Our corporate world has had the ability to work from outside of an office for a few decades, yet working

Business | freemius.com | Feb. 26, 2020

Recommending & Bundling WordPress Plugins and Themes: Everything Developers Need to Know

Recommending or bundling 3rd party products can be a great way to market new integrations with your plugin or theme - building co-marketing relationships with other developers can be even more effective at maximizing ROI.

6 min read WebDevStudios
Business | webdevstudios.com | Jan. 9, 2020

Staying Organized Professionally

Nothing will disturb your sleep more than wondering if you completed your work. Get it together! Use these tips for staying organized and get a good night's sleep, finally.

Staying Organized Professionally

Business | webdevstudios.com | Jan. 9, 2020

Have you ever woken up from a dead sleep thinking, “Did I send out that status report?” or “What was I supposed to do from last Friday’s team meeting?” There’s nothing like the fear of being unorganized to disrupt your rest. In this article, I will give some tips for staying organized professionally. With a little effort and a sustainable plan in place, you can reap the benefits of staying organized in your professional life. Organization Reduces Stress
Ronni Eisenberg, Professional Organizer and Time Management Consultant at Organize Yourself! states that, “Organization is important because it helps to reduce the stress from the daily and chronic chaos in your life. Being organized helps you to manage the overwhelm you feel because you have too much to do, you do not have the time, and you don’t know where to begin. Organization helps you to find what you are looking for, get to appointments on time, and get things done.”
Tips for Staying Organized Professionally
Note: Google Suite products allow for easy linking capabilities.
Write it down or type it out.
Getting ideas, tasks, topics down is a good first step. This will allow you

6 min read WebDevStudios
Business | webdevstudios.com | Dec. 10, 2019

Website Project Problems You Might Encounter

Here are some website project problems you might encounter during the life cycle of your website project and ways to overcome them.

Website Project Problems You Might Encounter

Business | webdevstudios.com | Dec. 10, 2019

Committing to a new website or a website rebuild brings on a roller coaster of emotions. There is usually excitement over a new functionality or an updated look and sometimes apprehension over the content on your current site. You will certainly feel many highs but also a few lows throughout the life cycle of your project. Because we have ridden the roller coaster with many clients and have noticed the same challenges tend to arise from project to project, we have a few tips on how to handle them. Here are some of the website project problems you are likely to experience and how you can manage them. Missing Data
Oftentimes, our clients wish to migrate the data from their current site to their new site. At the beginning of the life cycle of the project, we conduct a data discovery phase. We examine the data on your current site and complete a data mapping document which is handed off to our clients for final review and approval. Sometimes, it is not desired that all data be brought over. Other times, it is, but the data mapping document should outline explicitly what will be brought over.
Then, development kicks off and data is often not something that comes to our clients’ minds

9 min read Weglot
Business | blog.weglot.com | Jan. 22, 2020

The differences between translation and localization

Translating your WordPress website? Learn how to combine translation and localization for the ultimate localized website

The differences between translation and localization

Business | blog.weglot.com | Jan. 22, 2020

According to the world’s economic leaders, that old buzzword “globalization” is dead. As of last year’s World Economic Forum, it appears we’re talking these days about Globalization 4.0. In other words, globalization is still a thing. Actually, it’s even more of a thing—four times as much of a thing, if you will—than it was even in 2018, apparently.
Does this make a tangible difference as far as the Internet is concerned? The short answer is, absolutely.
The long answer is, absolutely, and here’s why.
From globalization to “glocalization”
Globalization=localization. Sound like a paradox? Stricto sensu, it is: globalization implies increased connectivity and exchanges between people in geographically disparate locations—exchanges of goods, cultures, languages, and everything in between, right down to memes.
Localization refers to keeping in touch with the smallest units of community around you. For scale, if Amazon represents the acme of “globalized” commerce, your local mom-and-pop bookstore is the “localized” equivalent.
There are magnitudes of difference between Amazon and your local bookstore,

1 min read WebDevStudios
Business | maintainn.com | Jan. 14, 2020

Having an Eco-Friendly Website - WordPress Support Services by Maintainn

Environmentally responsible? Then you'll want to know what kind of impact your website has and the steps you need to take to run an eco-friendly website.

Having an Eco-Friendly Website - WordPress Support Services by Maintainn

Business | maintainn.com | Jan. 14, 2020

Founded in 2012, Maintainn is owned and operated by WebDevStudios. Our mission at Maintainn is simple – to ensure your success! Maintainn takes the burden of maintaining your website off your hands by providing you with safe and reliable WordPress maintenance and support. Partner with us so you never have to worry about your website again.

8 min read Donna Cavalier

Now Is The Perfect Time To Launch A Side Gig

Use WordPress, Elementor, and LifterLMS to start your side gig quickly, easily, and cheaply.

Now Is The Perfect Time To Launch A Side Gig

Lockdown. Crisis. Work From Home. Layoffs. Unemployment. These are all very familiar terms right now as the world reels from the effects of the COVID-19 coronovirus pandemic. The average worker is panicking because they fully understand how fragile their employment situation actually is. Just the slightest rocking of the world economic boat can send millions of people into instant unemployment. And no one knows how long they’ll be suffering without a paycheck, or even if they will have jobs and companies to return to once the crisis has passed. There are already tens of thousands of articles on the web discussing ways to make the Work From Home (WFH) time period less stressful or more productive. I’m not here to provide another of those lists. I am here though to discuss the one thing that you can do to not only begin the process of helping your current situation, but to also mitigate similar situations in the future.
It’s time for you to start your own side gig.
By having a side gig, you can begin to make a few extra bucks fairly quickly. How quickly depends upon a number of factors, but theoretically, you could start making your first few bucks within a week. In

17 min read Brandon Ernst
Business | freemius.com | Jan. 29, 2020

9 Sites to Promote Your Plugin or Theme (ranked by Domain Authority)

A great resource for any WordPress business owner to use when trying to reach a broader audience for selling WordPress plugins and themes.

9 Sites to Promote Your Plugin or Theme (ranked by Domain Authority)

Business | freemius.com | Jan. 29, 2020

There are so many paid promotional options when you’re looking to market your plugin or theme that it’s hard to know which sites will actually have a positive impact on sales. You can pay for coverage of your plugin or theme with reviews, ads, banners, directories, newsletters, guides, walkthroughs, and so much more. To help make the decision a bit easier, I put together this list of 9 plugin and theme promotional sites (with some tips on getting in contact with them) that we’ll do our best to continue adding to in the future, so it stays up to date. The Deets
Before suggesting any of these sites myself and including them in the list, I tried to reach out to the owners/founders/admins so I could make a more personal connection with them and get their insider recommendations. I like to have a chance to review the marketing content they write to assess the quality and even ask other developers what kind of results they’ve had on their paid promotions. These tips and tricks should help you approach these sites in the right way as you embark on getting your product out in the world

6 min read WebDevStudios
Business | webdevstudios.com | Nov. 26, 2019

Ways to Improve Your Website for the New Year

Now is the time to start planning improvements for your business website for the new year.

Ways to Improve Your Website for the New Year

Business | webdevstudios.com | Nov. 26, 2019

The web is always changing, evolving, and growing. Here at WebDevStudios (WDS), we thrive on staying up-to-date on the latest trends to ensure the success of all of our clients’ websites. The end of the year is approaching, but there is still plenty of time between now and then to start planning on how to improve your website for next year. It’s still 2019, so why should you be concerned about what will be on-trend next year? The planning process is pivotal in successful website builds, which takes time. You want to ensure your site is at the forefront of the the changing landscape of the web and not playing catch-up against your competitors. The sooner you start planning, the faster development can begin to get your site become a trailblazer in the new year.
Why Do Trends Change and Why Are They So Important?
It probably feels like it’s a never-ending cycle to keep up with the new trends and updates that come yearly for WordPress and the web in general, and you wouldn’t be wrong. With so many talented developers (many of which we have here at WDS) contributing to open-source platforms, trends and necessary features will always be changing in an attempt to find

Business | wpelevation.com | 3 days ago

House-bound? Tips for managing stress and staying productive

Some great tips on getting through these crazy times - from connecting with people through to exercising

House-bound? Tips for managing stress and staying productive

Business | wpelevation.com | 3 days ago

The world is changing and we have no idea what to expect next and this can be stressful for some. But it doesn't have to be. Lately, I've been wanting to know the facts about the coronavirus and get the right information yet at the same time I find myself getting overwhelmed. There are hoaxes and so many conflicting “facts”.
Then I open my Facebook and it's all the same there. People are talking about conspiracy theories and hidden agendas. Then my mind starts boggling. WHAT DON'T WE KNOW? AHHHH!
I’ve had a cold (I hope??) and I’ve been in isolation. But to be honest, it hasn’t been all doom and gloom.
In this post, I’m going to tell you what I’ve learnt. How I have come out of those moments of panic. And how I am staying productive whilst working from home.
Get Offline for a While
This has been my biggest saviour. At times I’ve looked at my phone and it’s like a Corona hotline. All my friends and family in group text messages are talking about it. Facebook and Instagram is obsessed with it. And the news – if you start really thinking about what’s going on, you can begin to go into overwhelm.
So… turn off for a

6 min read Donna Cavalier
Business | elementor.com | Feb. 26, 2020

Elementor’s CEO Talks Fundraising: Why, And What’s Next

Learn more about Elementor’s $15M institutional funding round led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, and what it means for the website building industry and Elementor’s community.

Elementor’s CEO Talks Fundraising: Why, And What’s Next

Business | elementor.com | Feb. 26, 2020

I’m thrilled to announce that Elementor has closed a $15M round of funding from Lightspeed Venture Partners, one of the leading venture capital firms in the world (as published on TechCrunch). This is a special day for Elementor, our community and myself personally. Lightspeed’s funding expresses trust in the open-source ecosystem and in Elementor’s vision to empower professional web creators by radically simplifying web building, enabling web professionals to unleash their creative and business potential. With Lightspeed’s backing, we plan to grow our operational capabilities and support our expanding community on the local and global levels. We intend to bolster our online training and learning programs, strengthen our infrastructures, and recruit more talent. At the same time, we will continue to develop new innovative product lines, thereby enhancing the Elementor platform.
As we move ahead to a bright future, it’s appropriate for us to look back at all that’s been accomplished and what motivated it in the first place. So, let’s take a look at Elementor’s origin story.
My partner Ariel and I set out to build Elementor in order to tackle

Business | cardsmith.co | 9 days ago

How to Manage a Remote Team: Advice from 5 Remote Managers

Five remote managers open up about their extensive experience managing remote teams, including how to deal with missed deadlines and how to be a high-quality leader during times of crisis.

How to Manage a Remote Team: Advice from 5 Remote Managers

Business | cardsmith.co | 9 days ago

Last week, we covered the basics of what all remote work novices need to know as they transition from a traditional office to working from home. This week, we are focused on remote team leadership, and the challenges they specifically face during this transition. Due to the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, it’s not just your average worker that has been thrust into working from home, but their managers and supervisors, too. When you aren’t in the same physical space, it can be easy to panic about how to manage your employees. It won’t surprise you to know that some managers will fall into the trap of micromanaging their team in an effort to feel in control of their output. However, the boundaries for remote working look a lot different than the boundaries for a traditional office. How do you structure regular team check-ins…without getting in the way of things actually getting done? How can you tell if work isn’t getting done, and how should you handle it?
We spoke to five experienced remote team managers and asked them for their insight on how to remotely manage their team.
Remote management tip #1: Create a daily/weekly structure, with regular check-ins

9 min read Adi Spiac
Business | translatepress.com | Jan. 28, 2020

2019 Year in Review: Growth, Marketing, WordCamps & Upcoming Features!

In the past year TranslatePress saw consistent growth on multiple levels. Here are the details, lessons learned and what's coming for 2020!

2019 Year in Review: Growth, Marketing, WordCamps & Upcoming Features!

Business | translatepress.com | Jan. 28, 2020

2019 has been a stimulating and rewarding year for TranslatePress. We saw consistent growth on multiple levels and learned a lot along the way. Also, there are some important things we’ve been working on, that haven’t been released yet. Each one of them will contribute significantly to the future growth of TranslatePress.
I’d like to share some details about each below. Welcome to the 2019 Year in Review for TranslatePress.
Revenue & User Growth
TranslatePress saw growth in both revenue and user adoption.
The plugin is now used on over 60K active websites, which is more than double than where it was 12 months ago.
An even more impressive growth happened revenue wise from our premium versions.
Our yearly revenue grew by 500% in 2019.
This is not something we take for granted and are extremely grateful for. It’s also a solid indicator that our efforts were put in the right places.
Since TranslatePress is a bootstrapped product, built using the resources of Cozmoslabs, this made it easier for us to focus on what we thought was really important for our users.
I would attribute the majority of this growth to our focus on making TranslatePress the most easy to

Business | wpdeveloper.net | Feb. 14, 2020

5 Reasons That Knowledge Base Reduce Support Work Load

If you are a product owner or someone who sells anything online, what if you could magically reduce customer support requests? With a perfect Knowledge Base, a proper documentation tool could help, and here is a story of free one in WordPress!

5 Reasons That Knowledge Base Reduce Support Work Load

Business | wpdeveloper.net | Feb. 14, 2020

Before buying any online product, customers make general queries on support to know more details. But after having it, they need proper guidance to get over any technical issues. Also, getting the same queries that kill both the time and energy of the helpdesk team to reply to it back. It's especially most effective for Tech-savvy business. A well managed and organized Knowledge Base page will help you and your users to take an instant action to solve their problem. You just have to maintain your technical documentation page with updates to engage more users. It will eventually encourage them for self-servicing with advanced search. In Knowledge Base, you will get step by step guidelines of your arsing issues. It will consist of screenshots, video files, a brief text, and related content links. By this, your users can solve their problem immediately by following the instructions of each documentation. Here, you will learn about the 5 main reasons that you need a technical content site to reduce your support workload.
24/7 Support With Advanced Search
Whenever customers feel any major or minor issues using your products, they will try to reach you out at that time. Even you have your

7 min read WebDevStudios
Business | webdevstudios.com | Jan. 21, 2020

Project Leadership: What’s In a Name?

Project manager, product manager, program manager. What's in a name? Let's discover the differences between these website project leadership roles.

Project Leadership: What’s In a Name?

Business | webdevstudios.com | Jan. 21, 2020

At WebDevStudios (WDS) we take pride in the team we put together to help our clients achieve success. Putting together a successful web development team is similar to putting together a winning sports team. There are the players, team coaches, head coach, and team owner. Although every role is important to a successful end game, a large part is the leadership that helps players get to their shared goal. Oftentimes, project leadership roles seem interchangeable, though. So, when it comes to project leadership, what’s really in a name? Every industry has their own version of project leadership. It’s important to remember the common denominator is the empowerment of people and working to everyone’s strengths.
The job of a manager is to implement processes and procedures for efficiency. The job of a leader is to provide teams with tools and support needed to implement those processes.
Every industry has unique leadership roles, but since WDS is in the web industry, we’re focusing on the technology sector—specifically product managers, program managers, and project managers.
When I entered the world of project management, I didn’t think much of the nuances

11 min read Weglot
Business | blog.weglot.com | Sep. 4, 2019

Why you shouldn't delete your marketplace store(s), even if you have your own

You may already be advanced in the e-commerce game—but that shouldn't stop you from maintaining stock on Amazon, eBay, MercadoLibre, and other international marketplace sites.

Why you shouldn't delete your marketplace store(s), even if you have your own

Business | blog.weglot.com | Sep. 4, 2019

Many early e-commerce merchants (and you may be among them) start out on a marketplace platform. We mentioned Ebay, Etsy, and Depop in our most recent chat about international e-commerce, but there are others—even Amazon, the veritable Goliath of all things e-commerce, is, in large part, a platform for small independent vendors (this was one of Amazon’s original distinguishing features, back when its Marketplace was called « zShops» at its launch in 1999). Marketplaces give you few opportunities for propagating your personal brand, and aren’t ideal for developing a close relationship with your customers—these are the principal cons of such platforms when compared to an independent store site, which you, the store and site-owner, autonomously manage and can tailor to your own goals and ideas.
But marketplaces also provide some pretty significant advantages, particularly in the domains of traffic acquisition and notoriety among consumer communities.
It’s all in the algorithmsI
Since a marketplace essentially acts as a dedicated search engine for products, yours will be more likely to appear on the searches of sincerely interested customers than

Business | howibuilt.it | 26 days ago

Using ConvertKit to Drive Business - How I Built It

ConvertKit is a powerful email marketing too that can help you better understand your users. In this episode, I talk about how I'm using it to drive my own business, and how you can too.