Those looking for a new way to bring potential customers in to their business have a new tool to do so. Facebook Find Wi-Fi has been opened to all Facebook users. Here’s how to use it to bring in new customers to your retail location.
We all take on shadow work in addition to the traditional work we do at our day jobs and at home. Why is this unseen work filling out lives and what can we do about it? Here’s a look at Shadow Work: The Unpaid, Unseen Jobs That Fill Your Day and how it impacts us all.
I recently spent 15 days in Honduras, bringing Feed My Starving Children meals to remote villages, distributing solar lanterns, doing construction at an orphanage, and more. Connecting to those back home and sharing the work we were doing was important. While my normal phone service provider offered international roaming in Honduras, the price they wanted was a bit much and the local provider they utilized lacked decent service and fast LTE data. Here’s how to get cellphone service in Honduras with fast data speeds and a low price.
Site speed is an important part of your website experience and it’s becoming more critical. In addition to Google placing increased importance on it, we also see an increase in website conversions as page load times drop. There’s great reason to speed up your site. In order to decrease load times, image sizes need to be kept in check. Here’s how to optimize your WordPress site images for optimal site speed and experience.
Google is making a big push to get sites secure and soon it’ll be a requirement if you want to keep all your web traffic. While the process may seem intimidating, it’s really not. In a matter of minutes, you can have a secure site and reap the benefits (more confident visitors, better Google ranking, less security worries, and more). Here’s a super simple guide to going secure on WordPress.
The Internet has brought about huge change in our world. Knowledge is more easily available now than at any time in our history. But with the widespread availability of information that the Internet brings, do we really know more than ever before? The Internet of Us: Knowing More and Understanding Less in the Age of Big Data explores just that question.
I first started working out regularly back in 2003. Personal fitness quickly became a bit of an obsession, and I was soon in the gym 6-7 days a week for 2-4 hours at a time. Though most of us start working out with a goal in mind (losing 20lbs or bench pressing 250lbs), I eventually learned that they’re not the best approach to fitness for a lifetime. Here’s why my personal fitness has become a journey, rather than a goal.
It’s great to take pride in our work. That feeling of satisfaction and desire to share it with everyone is an important part of overall job satisfaction. But sometimes the places we share our work just doesn’t make sense. It seems many agencies have started sharing client work on social and that simply doesn’t make sense. Here’s why it’s a stupid move.