23 Reasons You Should Stop Blogging on LinkedIn Right Now (also applies to Medium, Quora, etc.)

I love controversial blog posts – so here you go. I have 23 good reasons you should stop using the Blog feature in LinkedIn and also what you should be doing instead. My “controversial blog post” policy is: don’t just complain, give solutions! So, feel free to read through the article and a comment is…

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What’s the Cheapest Way to Drive the Right Traffic to My Website?

There are plenty of ways out there a prospective customer may stumble onto your website. There are search engines, ads, media marketing and many, many more. With such a vast area to cover, there must be a more robust way of figuring out just where to allocate your resources in order to drive traffic to…

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Short Web Pages Don’t Sell: 5 Reasons Why Scrolling is Good for You

The client is always right. That’s definitely the first rule to remember, mostly in my industry. After having dealt with over 100 clients, my web design and ecommerce development “sixth sense” always suggests: the client is always right. “I want a blue ribbon”, “I’d like a green border”, “I prefer this…”. To be honest, this…

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10 Reasons why Hiring an Intern Will Boost your Website Revenue

Have you ever wondered why your website is NOT generating sales? Yes, I know, you thought about it already. And probably you just concluded you have no cash to invest in website traffic generation & no time to look after the marketing and social aspect. Today, you get a simple solution to your problem. If you…

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5 Easy Website Tricks to Cut Your Business Costs by €200/week

Being a little smarter with your website will allow you to save hundreds of euro per month. And if your website has a lot of traffic and generates many enquiries, €200/week is an underestimation. So, here are 5 tips to help your business save time and money – through your own website!

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10 Reasons Customers don’t Trust your Website

In today’s business world, building customer trust takes 100 times longer than putting your website users off. Hence the importance of trying to avoid the Amanita-Muscaria-effect (see mushroom below!): your website may even be very attractive – but nobody actually ends up trusting it.

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