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What I Learned from One Year of Intensive Ecommerce Marketing The best way for you to get to grips with a new skill set is to dive right in.

And after a roller coaster year of ecommerce marketing, I can look back and say that diving in was 100% the right move.

Even so, you can go a lot further with a little know-how to back you up.

Here are a few of the most valuable lessons I picked up in that first year, and how you can avoid learning them the hard way.
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How Firedrop Used the Growing Popularity of A.I. to Gain 4,000 Users Before Launch Before Firedrop (www.firedrop.ai) even opened its virtual doors, it had more than 4,000 active users in place. The concept for the company developed in 2015, they sought out investors, secured funding and opened their doors by February of 2017, when they released the Beta version to those pre-registered users.

Read the story of their success here.
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Are You Charging Enough for Your Products and Services? Hopefully, this article will help you charge a fair rate for your products and services from the first day you open your blog or business and you won’t run into these same issues that Jen and I did.
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How Chuck Gumbert Uses Fighter Pilot Techniques to Succeed in Business and in Life Winning in business requires a very specific set of skills that entrepreneurs can learn and develop over time.

However, figuring out the ins and outs of running a business, whether online or off, can be expensive and frustrating.

Fortunately, we had an opportunity to talk to business coach and former fighter pilot Chuck Gumbert (http://chuckgumbert.com) about his techniques that help businesses win.
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How to Make and Host Your Own Website in 2017 Creating a website in 2017 is super easy.

All it takes is these three simple steps.

Read in this guide how.
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5 Steps to Decode the E-Commerce Customer Journey: Multi-Device Mayhem Use these five steps to successfully connect your shoppers’ research phase with conversions and revenue — across all channels and devices.
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7 Lessons I Learned During My First Year of Blogging Ryan Biddulph is a popular writer and blogger today, but he started as a nobody a few years ago.

He did learn a few valuable lessons early on in his career that may smooth your blogging journey, if you are a new or struggling blogger.
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5 Truly Scary Things that Should Make You Run from a Web Hosting Company Talk to nearly anyone who has ever owned a website and you’ll quickly find at least one web hosting horror story.

One of the most important things about your online presence as a business owner or entrepreneur is your website.

Most site visitors want responsive, intuitive, fast loading pages.
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Can You Be Held Liable If Your Website Gets Hacked? Crime against businesses, services and retailers doesn’t usually involve physical businesses as much as it used to. Instead, what we find is a rise in cybercrime from both “freelancers” and hacking syndicates. They want sensitive user information to sell to identity thieves (or use themselves).

Yet, what about the legal consequences to businesses that fall victim to these attacks? Do they have a responsibility to protect information? And what is the extent of that responsibility?

The short answer, it depends.

Let’s look at a few previous cases and breaches to better determine your ri
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Compare Squarespace, Wix, and Weebly (2017 Edition) There are lots of website builders.

But even then, the only 3 website builders that people keep asking me questions about are Squarespace, Wix, and Weebly. So in this guide, we are doing a side-by-side comparison of all these platforms so that you choose the one that’s best suited for your needs.


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