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The Top 7 Free cPanel Alternatives – Control Your Server Your Way

Every web hosting service needs to include some kind of advanced control panel — a platform from which users with more complicated web design needs can access manage the files, images, security, and other deeply technical aspects of website ownership. If you ever plan to move on from shared hosting and gain the extra control

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10 Best Email Marketing Software & Automation Tools

Since you’re here I’m going to assume you already know what email marketing is and why it’s important. I’m also going to assume you have a business, a blog or online/offline venture and you need a way to automate your marketing to gain more customers, sales and ultimately grow revenue. With that out of the

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A Complete Constant Contact Review [MUST READ]

Constant Contact is an email marketing service available online via subscription. That description hardly does it justice, though–it’s like calling Google “a search engine,” or Disney “a film studio”. Calling Constant Contact “just a marketing service” misses a lot of layers. For example, it’s important to note that they’ve been around since 1995, a year

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10 Shopify Alternatives – Find Your Perfect E-Commerce Solution

Did you know, E-commerce isn’t just for megacorporations or even startups anymore. Small businesses that started with a real-world presence are discovering new markets online, and individual sellers are gaining new footholds as well. Selling through eBay and Amazon doesn’t provide a lot of freedom. You can’t design your page, build relationships with your customers,

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The Pros and Cons of Blogging – Should You Start A Blog?

Remember when blogging was just something teenagers did? When the same internet early-adopters who brought us forums and personal profile pages started sharing long-form musings, reviews, opinions, stories, and all sorts of other essays as early as 1994, there was no way to tell how integral the practice of weblogging (shortened pretty quickly to “blogging”)