These days, if you want your business to be successful, you need to be active online.
Unfortunately, building a website can be a complicated and expensive experience.
What if you don't have the technical prowess and coding know-how to create an incredible site? The most common alternative is to turn to a costly graphic designer and web-building team.
However, there is another option.
Strikingly, a software company founded in 2012, launched a simple and effective way to create one-page websites in a matter of hours.
The Strikingly website builder makes it quick and easy to build any digital experience, whether you're looking for a blog or an online store.
So, is Strikingly the right site-building solution for you?
Continue reading Strikingly Review: Simple Website Builder (October 2019)
Are you looking to add some peace and tranquility to your life? Well, look no further! The Yoga and Mindfulness Icon Pack from Flaticon is beautifully designed to bring a sense of tranquility into your life. Each icon comes in three versions and what’s more, you can edit the colours! Free for personal and commercial use!
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Ruzuku’s claim; “We make it ridiculously easy to teach online.” is quite a bold one.
This made us wonder, does Ruzuku really live up to its promise?
If you're scouring the internet to find out the answer, you're in the right place. We're going to explore that exact question here in this article.
Let's dive in!
Continue reading Want to Launch an Online Course? Check Out This Ruzuku Review
That, I’ve got to admit, is seemingly one of the most common questions when it comes to reviewing hosting providers. We’ve received several emails on this issue, and it remains to be a particularly prominent discussion in our comments section. Now, we can agree that both SiteGround and Bluehost are very popular hosting providers, and understandably so. They have built their reputations as two of the most reliable solutions, because they offer top-of-the-range resources at reasonable pricing.
Then get this. Even WordPress itself recognizes SiteGround and Bluehost as powerful providers, and it features both of them in its very exclusive list of recommended WordPress hosting services. Well, come to think of it, that’s almost equivalent to featuring in the hosting providers’ hall of fame.
Continue reading SiteGround vs Bluehost – Which One is Better?
If your site moves like one of those sloths from the DMV in Zootopia, there are ways you can possibly fix whatever is slowing it down. Figuring out what is causing the problem is half the battle, so once you've isolated the causes, you'll at least have the answers to solving the problem.
Continue reading Fixing Performance Issues on Slow Sites
Online forms are one of the most tricky areas of website development to get right, especially with so many things that can go wrong. The changing nature of how people access online content also has had an impact on a technology that was developed years before people expected to be able to with a phone what they normally would only do with a computer. It's a technology which has undergone very little evolution.
Continue reading The Quest For Smarter Web Forms
What happens on projects once the wrong path is started on is that we're usually reluctant to turn back even if we don't feel quite right about the direction we're heading in. The problem gathers momentum the more time or money that has been invested into following the wrong path.
It is essential to overcome that hesitation. If a poor navigation structure is going to introduce usability issues (such as the case in the example site for this article), we need to fix that wrong structure instead of continuing to develop the site.
If we don't, it will be more difficult to repair the damage later. When designing or redesigning navigation, we need to remember the needs of the user come first.
Continue reading Tips for Simplifying Your Site Navigation
It's becoming increasingly less common for people to carry cash. We're all so used to flashing our phone for contactless payments, or simply handing over a piece of plastic whenever we need to make a purchase. In 2013, PayPal purchased the mobile payment service, Venmo, to help it take the next step into payment future. In the same year, competing transaction company Square launched their own “Square cash” solution, followed quickly by Square Cash for business.
The Square cash app is designed to help people accept payments quickly and manage money with their friends. It's also one of the easiest ways for today's versatile merchants to accept payment via mobile.
Like most of the products in the Square portfolio, Square cash is a simple, tech-focused platform intended to make life just a little bit easier. If you think it might be the best way to upgrade your transaction strategy, read through our Square cash review to find out more.
Continue reading Square Cash Review: The Painless Payment App (October 2019)