How to Earn Passive Income by Creating Digital Info Products


This article is brought to you by 99designs. They have a new service for book cover design. Authors and publishers can now hold contests to find a book cover their readers will love! This article was updated on January 20. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a way to make more money without working 60…

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Laravel and Braintree: Middleware and Other Advanced Concepts


Building a Subscription-based Courses Website This article was peer reviewed by Viraj Khatavkar. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be! More from this author Laravel and Braintree, Sitting in a Tree… Let’s Kill the Password! Magic Login Links to the Rescue! Previously, we saw how to…

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SMB Online Marketing Budget Spend in 2017 [survey results]


According to Gartner’s research, marketing budgets are getting bigger. In fact, this tendency is stable and has been for the last three years. Does this trend apply to small and medium businesses? We decided to check that and polled 200 US-based companies. We asked them to share their budget predictions and identify the channels most…

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HTTP status codes and what they mean for SEO

FB-HTTP-Status-codes-b99fc9a87f390fc2e60da260dccc160b34630873 HTTP status codes, like 404, 301 and 500, might not mean much to a regular visitor, but for SEOs they are incredibly important. Not only that, search engine spiders, like Googlebot, use these to determine the health of a site. These status codes offer a way of seeing what happens between the browser and the…

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18 Best WordPress Restaurant Themes For Your Cafe (2017)


Are you looking for WordPress restaurant themes? Restaurant websites have specific requirements to showcase their menu, photos, location, business hours, and other useful information. In this article, we have hand-picked some of the best WordPress themes for restaurants. Building a Restaurant Website with WordPress WordPress is the most flexible and easy to use platform to…

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Scrum Rituals: Sprint Demo


The following is an extract from our book, Scrum: Novice to Ninja, written by M. David Green. Copies are sold in stores worldwide, or you can buy it in ebook form here. At the end of the sprint, everything that was worked on for the current sprint is demonstrated for the team, the product owner,…

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4 Effective Ways to Help Grow Your WordPress Blog Aside from Content


Image taken from Pixabay Many bloggers misuse the marketing concept: “If you build it, they will come.” Content may be the primary building block of any website or online marketing strategy. However, creating tons of premium content can only get you so far regarding reaching your online audience and meeting your online goals. If you…

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SEO and UX Lessons from Home Improvement Purgatory


Warning: some humble-brag follows, but I promise it’s in the spirit of sharing marketing and SEO lessons. My new apartment is perfect. Walking distance from the Space Needle and huge windows the full length of our living room. It doesn’t get much better than that in Seattle for less than my entire monthly paycheck. But…

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9 Incredible Ways To Repurpose Content


How long does it take you to create content for your website or social media marketing strategy? If you are doing it properly, probably quite a while, and it doesn’t get as much exposure as you had expected. It’s too bad, but what can you do? Actually, there’s a lot you can do to make…

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Stupendous Subject Lines – Newsletter Tips For Vintage Etsy Sellers


So I was hanging out in the GVS (Got Vintage Shop Dealer Support Group) today and a gal asked question about her email newsletter. She said she had about a 14% open rate but was worried that she was losing more subscribers than she was gaining. Sigh. I feel like we can all relate to…

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