How To Start a WordPress Blog in 2020

Do you want to build your blogging site on WordPress?

Say no more.

This is the best place to get started and probably the last guide you’ll need to pull the strings together. WordPress is immensely becoming a blogging channel for most startups.

The stats show that about 34% of the websites on the internet are powered by WordPress’s content management system. And that includes our very own site. We've had more wins than losses.

Or to put it another way, it’s the most popular site builder and one that has a wide market share. With a few pointers to bank on, you can install WordPress and complete the setup process in just a few minutes.

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How to Sell on Facebook with Product Syncs and Customer Chat 2020 – The Ultimate Guide to Selling on Facebook

An urban hat store owner decides that he wants to reach more customers. He's embraced email marketing, social media, abandoned cart emails, a rewards program, and many other options that bring back loyal customers. But what about finding new channels to sell through? How about social media selling? It's common for any business to have a Facebook Business Page, but not everyone learns how to sell on Facebook, with product galleries and checkouts, just like your online store.

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TouchBistro POS Reviews for 2020

If you’ve been following our blog keenly, then you’ve probably noticed that we’re not the type of guys who’d miss out on the trending POS systems.

Yes, that’s right. TouchBistro is certainly one of them, at least going by the numerous TouchBistro reviews posted all over the web.

In fact, according to figures published by the company, more than 23,000 restaurants are currently leveraging the TouchBistro POS system. And guess what? The users themselves are spread out across over 100 countries and counting.

Come to think of think, that’s no easy feat, especially for a specialized POS solution that exclusively caters to the food service industry.

So, what exactly makes TouchBistro an option worth considering?

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The 14 Best Free Website Builders to Use in 2020

If you’re looking to build yourself a stunning new website this year, you might find yourself spoilt for choice. The market for drag-and-drop, website software has exploded over recent years. So, finding the best free website builder for your business can seem like a tall order!

Luckily that means that there are plenty of good options out there, and many of them are free or come with a free trial. If you have time to test each and every one of the best website builders out there... we recommend doing so.

But, the chances are you're too busy, most probably planning your content and visualizing your ideal website. So to save you some time, we've compiled a list of the best free website builders out there.

Let's dive in!

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Magento 1 End of Life: How You Should Respond to It?

The initial date for Magento 1 End of Life (EOL) was November 2018. However, in September 2018, Magento set the final end of life date to June 30, 2020.

Joe Ayyoub, the Director of Support Operations at Magento, made it clear that the extension of the EOL is to ease the stress on their merchants.

So by June 2020 end of life date, Magento will stop all software security patches or quality fixes to Magento 1. You won’t suddenly go out of business, but you might not like the outcome if you don’t take action.

Back in 2018, the deadline for the Magento 1 EOL must have felt like a long time, but now, the countdown is in days. Although no one will stop you from continuing with this platform, it’s in the best interest of your business to switch to Magento 2 or its alternatives.

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Podia vs Teachable (Jul 2020): Two Online Course Platforms Go Head to Head

There are plenty of SaaS providers that furnish you with the tools you need for creating, marketing, and selling online courses. Two such services include Podia and Teachable. In light of that, we’re taking an in-depth look at both providers in this Podia vs Teachable review. Hopefully, by the end, you should have a definite answer to the question: which tool's best for creating and selling courses online?

Teaching is often the logical next step in any career, no matter your industry. Once you've reached a certain level of expertise, you'll often find that others in your niche are willing to pay for your advice and consultation.

That's why so many industry leaders are creating online courses. Selling these digital products presents an excellent money-making opportunity. So, if you're considering going down a similar route, you might be wondering, “How do I create educational content and market it online?”

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Best Print on Demand Shopify Apps for 2020

Are you thinking about starting your own clothing line? Or perhaps you want to sell your own line of accessories? Either way, you've come to the right place because in this article, we’ll explore the best print on demand Shopify apps. We’ll also also explain what print on demand is as a business model, go over the benefits of using print on demand companies, and help you decide which print on demand app is the best choice for your business.

Sound good? Great! Let's dive straight in!

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How to Turn Your Brick-and-Mortar Store into an Online Store

Taking your brick and mortar store online, comes with short term and long-term benefits. In the short-term benefits is that you keep selling even with the present COVID-19 incidence. You’ll help your customers comply with physical distancing while meeting their needs.

In the long term, moving your store online keeps you in business. Thousands of brick and mortar stores have closed down because shoppers are moving online.

Besides, the rise of ecommerce platforms like Shopify, 3dcart, BigCommerce, Big Cartel, and the rest makes this transition easy.

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