effective content promotion

Ready to learn how to promote your social media profiles and YouTube channels? Yes? Good, done deal. Here’s the fifth instalment in our Digital Academy for Young Content Creators.  Anyhow, we thought we’d get straight to the point, but here’s a quick and nicely placed intro for all those who are not appreciative for beingstuff

start your youtube channel

By now, you know how you’d like to present yourself in the online world. You have figured out what you want to say, how to say it, and your image is sorted out thanks to some wicked branding. But all that hard work goes down the drain if you don’t follow through and actually createstuff

Article Series: Digital Academy for Young Content Creators (Part 3) Building your brand and coming up with the visual and identity message that sends out the right message of you might seem like a tough cookie to break. And while knowing what you want to talk about is slightly unnerving, creating your brand at timesstuff

Raising the first generation of digital natives is not an easy task for any parent, no matter how tech-savvy they are. Today’s kids use apps like Instagram almost intuitively – to share photos, videos, messages, and stay connected with peers and family. Teens across the globe consider their digital identity to be as important asstuff

Before we start, let us first say – we are well-aware that subdomains are considered a dubious matter in the world of SEO. Namely, the popular opinion is that it’s better to have several main domains so your rankings don’t suffer. The real question is – is it always the case? Well, not necessarily! Instuff

What If Your Perfect Domain Name Already Has an Owner

You went through 10 pages writing down and crossing out your domain names ideas. Your friends stopped taking your calls and your family officially asked you to just decide already. But it was all worth it – you finally found a perfect domain name! There is only one problem – it’s already registered by someonestuff

Is Wordpress Just for Bloggers? Most Certainly Not.

WordPress was launched as a blogging tool back in 2003 and has been evolving ever since. At its early days, WordPress simply couldn’t get rid of its reputation of a software for hobby bloggers. Today, the world’s most popular content management system (CMS) is used by millions of bloggers, artists, entrepreneurs, and businesses because handlingstuff

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