So you have decided to lay the foundation of a company. You have chosen the name, the business area in which you will work and you have also decided to go online. What do you have to do next? You need to find a domain name. And even though it looks like a simple task, it can be really difficult. You may come out with the perfect name, and when you decide to register it, you may find out that it had already been taken. What can you do next? You have two options: you find another domain name or you wait until this one expires. But once you have a name, you know for sure that you don’t want to lose it, right? Then you will have to know “the life circle of a domain name”.
I will present you the stages which every domain goes trough:
Nowadays, blogs have become a very popular way of sharing information on a wide range of topics. However, many people find it difficult to keep their blogs vibrant and relevant to their readers in the long run. Here are some tips which will help you revitalize your blog and keep it running for a long time.
1. Invite guest posters
You could consider inviting other people to create posts for your blog. In return, you could offer them a brief author bio at the end or beginning of the post, as well as a link to their site. Guest posting can be a very effective way of ensuring you blog content remains fresh, even when you don’t write posts yourself.
2. Have an editorial calendar
Whether you are blogging to promote your business or just sharing about personal life, you would want people to read your content. Therefore, you need to ensure that your blog is designed in a way that makes it easy for people to read your posts. Here are some guidelines which help make your blog reader-friendly.
Colors can play a major role in making your blog stand out from others. However, make sure your colors don’t strain the readers’ eyes. For instance, you should never use neon colors since they are not easily visible. In addition, avoid having light text colors on a light background or dark text on a dark background. Use colors which complement other colors on your blog. Before launching your blog, you could ask a few friends to check it out and provide feedback on its readability.
I hate to admit that this is exactly what happened to me. I thought one database was another; and then without even realizing my mistake for about an hour, the database was deleted, and my blog site was down.
Wow. Did that happen?
Yes, it did. I confirmed it.
I didn’t think I would leave a generic title on the database name, and I thought it would be better to have more space and delete the extra database from a website I no longer used. Was it the extra site I no longer used? Nope. Like I said, I confirmed my deletion.
My lights went off, and now I’m panicking, because I now have no idea how to get my blog site back up and running. Research. Google. Search. Look. So much to look at. Finally, I gave in—and being luckily to have a website friend—I asked him to help me out. He was happy to.
Kitchen Remodeling Design
Designing a kitchen can be an enjoyable and fun endeavor especially when the whole family is involved. Everyone gets a chance to pitch in ideas and incorporate suggestions that make the whole project a collaboration effort that brings everyone closer. Each contribution is a reflection of each one’s individual sense of style and personality, which makes the activity all the more interesting. However, there are still limitations that need to be applied. Otherwise, your kitchen may suffer a case of design catastrophe which costs thousands of dollars to recoup.
To avoid such a terrible and costly mistake, you need to be informed about the no-nos in kitchen design. Here are some of them:
Messing Up With the Kitchen Layout