Nathan, a creative visionary from Denver, Colorado, is a media producer, digital marketer, and web designer. Currently serving as the Content Marketing Specialist for InMotion Hosting, Nathan works to provide InMotion Hosting with solid, relevant web content. He has personally built hundreds of websites and has produced everything from television commercials to music videos. When Nathan is not working on new content, he enjoys hiking Colorado’s 14ers, biking, and playing racquetball.
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Do you have clear goals for your business website in 2020?
Many business owners set vague objectives, like “we want a prettier website” or “we want to start using video” – but those are features, not goals. Don’t feel bad if you find yourself in the same boat. It’s incredibly common.
Feeling crafty? Nothing lets you flex your creative muscle more than a DIY website builder.
The fact is, some people just like to be in control. They don’t want to leave the look and feel of their website up to someone else who might not “get it.” But at the same time, many worry that designing their own website requires a level of skill that they don’t possess.
Videos are now the most consumed form of media, and using them for your website marketing is not only a good idea but a necessity. When it comes to video marketing, there are two powerhouses: Facebook and YouTube.
Think you don’t need a dedicated server? Think again.
These days, your website needs to be perfect. It needs to look great and offer an amazing user experience. It needs to be fast and load quickly. And, most of all, it needs to always to be up and running.
Not quite sure how to backup your website? You’re not alone. For many business owners, it seems like a daunting task. They incorrectly assume that it will take them hours to complete, or that they need ridiculous amounts of tech knowledge to finish the job.
For those who don’t know how it works, cloud website backup can seem like a scary option: all of your important data and files, floating around. Out there.
But website backup couldn’t be more important – and backing up to the cloud is a viable, and reliable, option. In fact, we recommend that all of our clients back up to the cloud . . . and to their server.
Having a backup of your website online and on your computer makes your life so much easier. Even though backups are essential to the safety and security of your business website, many people seem to think they could cause an accident.
When it comes to the best WordPress hosting, just because you offer a huge amount of storage, doesn’t make you a quality host. In fact, most websites don’t need unlimited storage, and most websites will never use that amount or anywhere near it. Just like the old saying goes, sometimes less is more.
You might have read the title of this article and asked yourself what an online backup for WordPress had to do with hugging a giraffe, and we don’t blame you. While it is a strange concept, it’s actually pretty accurate.