Here I am reviewing the cheap stock photo site 123RF.com. I’ve purchased images from there for over a year now and can attest it’s reliable, legitimate and they have an incredibly good range of photos at very cheap price points. Read on for the pros and cons.
Over the years, I’ve experimented with different traffic models and monetization methods. Besides figuring out what to do, I’ve managed to figure out (the hard way!) what not to do. I thought I’d keep it real and share with you some of my giant flops. Find out here what these are.
If you don’t like to just sit down and write content, then maybe using a speech to text app is just what you need for writing your next blog post. I’ve tried it out, and here are my findings; pros and cons.
Wordpress does not require anything particularly unusual of the hosting environment, and you do not need a high-priced plan. But be aware: you DO want certain features in your plan that we’ll describe here (which don’t come bundled with all hosts). We have 3 affordable recommendations for Wordpress hosting for you for under $10 per month (some under $5) with all of the features that you need.
If you own multiple domains, you’ll want to make sure your business email hosting is set up properly – behind the scenes as well as in front. Here we look at some surprisingly common back-end mistakes we see from brands and how to fix these for free.
If you use thumbnail screenshot services on any of your websites, you really want one that can deliver the images across https. Even if your site is not on https yet, you won’t want mixed content whenever you do make the switch to SSL. Fortunately, this the perfect time to update your screenshots to an API that can deliver them in https mode.
We’ve done the research for you here and have a shortlist of screenshot API services which deliver images in https.