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4 Pillars of Shared Hosting Success

Updated February 12, 2018   There are 4 key requirements of successful shared hosting – without them, you put your website, and your business at risk of failure.  Read on to find out what are the 4 pillars of shared hosting success, and learn about the new shared cloud hosting offered by KnownHost.   4 Pillars of Success [FIRM]   The 4 pillars of shared hosting success follow the acronym FIRM which stands for: Features Isolation Resources Management     […]

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Improve Your Email Signups with These Simple Tips

Updated January 29, 2018   Increase your email subscription rates to improve your lead nurturing program – and build a pipeline of future business that keeps on delivering, regardless of what happens with Google or Facebook algorithms.   The idea behind building an opt-in list is simple.  People give up their contact details in exchange for valuable content that you’ll share with them on a regular, but not too frequent, basis.  By tracking their interests, and buyer readiness, you’re able […]

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Little Known Ways to Double Blog Traffic by Creating Irresistible Headlines

Updated January 25, 2018   Creating great headlines boils down to standing out from the crowd and showcasing WIIFM – What’s In It For Me.  Read on to find out how you can improve your traffic by simply improving your headlines (titles).  After all, click through rate is a great bonus multiplier!       1.      Dare to be Different   This is a statement about your headlines not your content.  In the past decade we’ve seen the proliferation of […]

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Marketing Habits to Drop in 2018

Updated January 23, 2018   There’s a lot of bad marketing advice out there to avoid in 2018 – and we’re sharing a list of things you should take with a grain of salt, as you outperform those who instead heeded that bad advice.     Bad Advice #1     Stop ‘Doing’ SEO   Search engine optimization (SEO) had got a bad name as of late, largely due to the propaganda machine at Google (and those Google pundits who repeat […]

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