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How to Build Quality Backlinks to Your Blog

While there are hundreds of factors that Google uses to rank a website, backlinks are undoubtedly one of the main building blocks of good Search Engine Optimization. And while it's a fact that Google makes regular updates to its ranking algorithms and…
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5 Essentials for WordPress Landing Pages that Convert

Landing pages are a marketing essential for any business with a website, as these serve as a web page where you can drive traffic and encourage visitors to take a particular next step. Landing pages are standalone pages, sometimes without a navigation…
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5 Key Takeaways from Jeff Bezos’ Leadership Style

Jeff Bezos, Founder and CEO of Amazon, is soon to become the world's richest person. And, if we are to believe him, he's just getting started. He's not the only one who thinks so. RBC Capital's managing director, Mark Mahaney, estimates Amazon…
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8 Essential Apps for Staying Organized as a Remote Worker

The traditional workplace is at a crossroads. Between commuting costs, traffic, office equipment and other overhead expenses it comes as no surprise that over 3.7 million employees in the US ditched their desks in search of a more flexible lifestyle through remote…
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How to Fix Common WordPress Formatting Issues

Not everyone wants to draft posts directly on WordPress's built-in WYSIWYG editor, or Gutenberg, if you're a bit ahead of the times. A lot of content is created off the WordPress content management platform, using popular tools that include Google Docs and…
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Reboot-Be-Gone with KernelCare & Pagely

Long gone are the days of reboots on Pagely servers due to security related kernel updates. Pagely has been working since the beginning of the year to get our servers upgraded to the latest technologies, including a partnership with KernelCare which allows…
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Higher Ed Technology Solutions to Implement Before Next Semester

With each successive matriculating class, colleges and universities find themselves serving a population with greater exposure to, and connection with technology. This increased technological curve delivers students with a greater expectation of what technology means in their daily lives, both personally, and…
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