Ways for Students to Earn Supplemental Income Online

Being a student is in itself a very demanding and responsible job and adding more work might seem like the last thing you need in your life. However, many of us cannot afford not to look for some additional source of supplementary income. Life of a full-time student doesn’t leave us a lot of freestuff

Email Marketing Strategies for Small Businesses and Startups

Email services have been playing an important role in the digital world, even back when the road to what we today call the Internet was still being paved. However, as trends are constantly changing, over the course of time email marketing has become synonymous with spam. That is when we started replacing it with activitiesstuff

Growth Hacking: How the Big Boys Do It

Growth Hacking has quickly become the most popular form of digital marketing. Although, classifying Growth Hacking within this category (digital marketing) might be considered as a major misconception. While this method is definitely one of the most lucrative ways to promote a business online, the difference between this technique and your usual marketing strategies isstuff

Digital Nomads - Living the Dream

Digital nomads are no longer just certain individuals working and travelling – this lifestyle has grown into a movement and a large online and offline community. More and more people are opting for this type of lifestyle, with 92% reporting that they have become happier when they became less tied to the workplace. The newstuff

Unrightfully, SEO and SEM have been viewed as two separate channels that can get traffic to your website, each from its own end. While search engine optimization is more concentrated on organic results and unpaid search, search engine marketing strategies are focused solely on paid ads. Each of these tactics can, when done right, drivestuff

How to Use Pinterest to Market Your Small Business

In our previous blog posts, we’ve already concluded that when it comes to social media, ROI is the only metric that really counts. Up until now, we talked about Facebook as the dominant source of social traffic and sales. Namely, almost two-thirds of all social media visits to Shopify stores come from Facebook, making itstuff

WordCamp 2016 Summary: The Future and Accessibility of WordPress

Since the year 2006, and the first WordCamp conference which was held in the city of San Francisco, WordPress developers, designers, bloggers and enthusiasts from all around the globe organized more than 500 WordCamp conferences across 48 different cities. IT professionals interested in the development of this particular platform love to gather and exchange experiences,stuff

Why You Shouldn't Be Tricked by Vanity Metrics

We all like big growth numbers, the more the zeroes, the better. 🙂 There is nothing more thrilling than hitting a milestone and announcing that we’ve hit a million downloads, attracted 500.000 registered users or reached thousands of followers on social networks. After all, what reflects one’s success better than the astounding number of pagestuff

Thou Shalt Blog: The 10 Blogging Commandments

Starting from the early 1990s, blogging was originally used as a platform for sharing individual thoughts and ideas – oh my, how far we have come from those days. Blogging in today’s digital world is a powerful marketing weapon able to make or break a business, depending on the execution. One of the most importantstuff

How to Use Mobile Surveys for Market Research

The first rule of business clearly states: Know your customers. One of the main tools that will help you gain this knowledge is market research. Up until now, conducting telephone and email surveys proved to be one of the most effective ways of familiarizing with customer’s needs and wants. However, in 2014 FluidSurvey University publishedstuff

Infographic: Web Designer vs. Web Developer

Since more and more designers are familiarizing themselves with coding and more developers are paying attention to design, the line between the two professions is getting thinner by the day. However, although they might seem synonymous, the gap between the vocations is wide enough for people to differentiate between them. If you are still notstuff

Pivot Is Not Failure: 5 Golden Rules of Startup Pivoting

Today, a popular view of a successful entrepreneur is someone with a vision, clearly defined goals and most importantly, the determination to avoid any obstacle they come across. These are obviously some of the most crucial traits you need to possess in order to succeed. However, none of these characteristics can guarantee you success. That’sstuff

SlideShare: The ABC of Startup World

The term “startup” has been around for over a decade. It is usually used to describe a struggling young ventures or big tech companies – the so called unicorns and even the hip San Francisco apps and huge tech companies. But how do we actually define a startup? According to Neil Blumenthal, co-founder and co-CEOstuff

How to Develop a Startup Using Your PhD Skills

Despite the general belief that all startup founders are starry-eyed prodigies who are creating magic and earning millions from their parents’ garage, the reality of the matter is a bit different. Yes, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates might have been the role models for dropping out of school and pursuing your dreams, but apparently timesstuff

Infographic: The Psychology behind Web Design

In the eternal classic, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Oscar Wild said that all art is quite useless. But would we agree? Could we, after witnessing centuries and centuries of numerous forms of artistic expression; from the primitive cave drawings, across antique sculptures, to timeless pieces of writings and outstanding paintings, simply disregard everything andstuff

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