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5 Must-Read Books for Entrepreneurs

Posted on May 20th, 2014 by Sarah Holt

When you’re running your own business, you can sometimes do with a pep talk. Here are five of the best, as picked by Midphase, supporters of US start-ups and small businesses… Embarking on the journey toward creating your own business and brand comes with a lot of uncertainties. You’ll receive lots of advice as well…

Have All a Blogger’s Christmases Come At Once?

Posted on May 16th, 2014 by Sarah Holt

  No more breaking your back trying to get a good image on your camera phone. There’s a new way to get photos on your blog. And it’s free. When it comes to blogging, pictures don’t just paint a thousand words, they draw in a few extra readers, too. In fact, blogs with photos are…

5 Ways Web Design Can Damage Your Sales

Posted on May 1st, 2014 by Sarah Holt

You wouldn’t ask someone to read a book from back to front so why ask a web user to navigate your website in unusual ways? Internet users are creatures of habit. For example, most people read web site content by scanning the page in an F-pattern. Plus, the average web user only ever reads 28…

We’re Gonna Need Backup!

Posted on April 25th, 2014 by Hayden Smith

Many years ago someone said to me, “There are two types of people in the world; those who take backups and those who haven’t experienced data loss.” Thinking back over that point, I knew it once applied to me. While I used to keep duplicates of data on floppy disks due to their fragile nature,…

Spring Cleaning Checklist – Protect Your Site From Potential Threats!

Posted on April 14th, 2014 by Kyle Stubbs

  It’s time to shake off the off the winter blues, roll up your sleeves, and clear out the cobwebs in preparation for your spring cleaning. While you are at it, now is also a great time to make sure your website is safe and secure from potential threats. We’ve put together a list of…

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