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3 Budget-Friendly E-Commerce Web Builders

Businesses looking to start or transition their e-commerce activity may have limited budgets with which to work at first. Fortunately, there are many free or low-cost web builders that can help them get their efforts off the ground – and...

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4 Great WordPress Themes for eCommerce Websites

Businesses looking to build robust e-commerce websites in WordPress have many options available in the world of WordPress themes. Each one offers something unique and typically caters to a certain business type or need. Below is an overview of four of...

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Which WordPress Themes are Best for Beginners?

WordPress is no doubt one of the most popular website design environments around. With themes to fit a multitude of needs, it is equally viable for beginners and experienced developer alike. For beginners, the best way to maximize a WordPress...

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Benefits of Free Managed Hosting for WordPress

There are many situations where a self hosted WordPress blog provides powerful advantages, but there are also simple benefits to sticking with a free WordPress blog. There are times when changing your entire setup simply isn’t worth the hassle. Although it...

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Get Started Tips for WordPress

Even though WordPress is fairly user friendly, a new platform can be daunting for any user to navigate. While your personal situation may play greatly into how you manage your site, here are a few simple how-to steps for those...

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Intuit Web Hosting – Is it worth it?

Intuit is a large online company providing web hosting services along with providing a variety of online business services such as managing finances, small business pay rolls, and taxes. Intuit offers free online web hosting services with free website builders...

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Using WordPress with your Web Hosting Account

WordPress is a powerful content management system (CMS) that is widely implemented around the world wide web. Nearly 25% of all new websites are WordPress. While some might think of WordPress as a blogging software, it can also be used...

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