Hiring a professional web design team isn’t always in the budget, but that shouldn’t prevent you from establishing yourself online. Whether you’re setting up a personal blog or a site for your business, there are plenty of free web tools that can help you. Below are 5 of the best tools for doing it yourself.
I still have an unlimited mobile data plan and don’t pay much attention to my bandwidth usage, but I decided to take a closer look the other day after receiving a bandwidth limit notification on my Galaxy Nexus (there’s a default limit of 2GB, I believe, which I’ve changed to 4GB in order to avoid…Details
If you’re a solo entrepreneur or home-based business owner, you’re undoubtedly looking for ways to keep expenses down, especially if you’re just getting started. One easy way to do this is to use your cell phone number as your business line. By using your cell phone for business purposes, you can avoid the costs of…Details
We’re going to use this post to keep track of resources related to Google’s social network Google+ (pronounced “Google Plus”). If you have a resource that we’re missing, feel free to share it in the comments and we will get it added. Google Plus Basics Establishing a personal Google+ profile – This is simply a…Details