Month: September 2016

Business

How To Discover Your Customers’ Pain Points

Running a business means solving other people’s problems. The more specific pains you can find and the better solutions you can create for them, the more successful your business is. In this article, you will learn how to discover a list of pain points and dig deeper into your findings to analyze them from different…

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Blogging

How to Get More Email Subscribers for Your Blog

Success in blogging is all about reaching a large audience and reaping the rewards of your hard work through effective monetization. Neither of these comes easy, and it might take you weeks—if not months—to reach your objectives. Until then, you need to focus on strengthening the connection between you and your online audience. With an…

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SEO

How to Get Your Article Featured on Google Rich Answers?

For past few months the concept of Google rich answers has gathered a lot of steam. Your website might rank first on search engine results yet the “Spot zero” which is occupied by Google rich answers acquires audience which otherwise might have been directed to visit the number one ranked website on search engine results.…

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Freelancing

Why Should You Freelance in the First Place?

Freelancing is big business. More than ever, millennials are seemingly ditching the regimen of a 9-5 in favor of carving out their own schedules from their homes and private offices. But while the idea of not answering to a boss, and deciding what jobs to pursue, might sound appealing, there's a lot to consider before…

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Entrepreneurship

Making Your Own Pokemon Go – on a Budget!

The success of Pokemon Go has made shaken the worlds of app developers, app marketers and users. Making $14 million in its first week its impact has shone the spotlight on app development as an incredibly lucrative industry. Certainly app development marketplace Yeeply has seen a huge rise in people publishing pitches for Augmented Reality…

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Freelancing

4 Simple Solutions to Working from Home

Millennials are squashing the typical 9-to-5 office format in favor of more flexibility, variable hours, telecommuting and non-traditional work space. In fact, it’s estimated that 3 million Americans currently work from home and that number is expected to increase 63% over the next five years. There are pros and cons of working from home. Some people…

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Applications

The Best Tools for Web And App Prototyping

Designers use wireframes, mockups, and prototypes for a variety of purposes. The three names are often wrongly used. They are not one and the same thing. A better understanding of each one may help ensure that the tool you pick will match your intended use. A wireframe is an outline of a design. It’s low-fidelity, shows few…

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