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If you’d like to run a contest on +Instagram, check out this nuts-and-bolts guide via +Social Media Examiner! #giveaways #sweepstakes
Is your company active on Instagram? This article shows four things you need to host an Instagram contest that engages fans and builds your fan base.
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Jobs' imprint on technology, product design and branding cannot be overstated but even one of his great admirers balks at how he managed his team.
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Showcase your charitable giving programs + promote your favorite causes with a .GIVES #domain! Register a new #TLD: http://my.web.com/1INQKrL
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What’s behind the #eCommerce success of +zulily, which has garnered more than $1 billion in annual sales in less than 4 years? Find out on Web.com’s Small Business Forum!
Selling women’s and children’s clothes and home décor via flash sales, and targeting moms as its primary customers, ecommerce site Zulily has skyrocketed to more than $1 billion in annual sales in less than four years. The Wall Street Journal and Fast Company recently examined Zulily’s business model and why it works despite all odds. Here are seven ecommerce lessons you can learn from Zulily’s success. Something new: Using a “flash sale” model, ...
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What’s Danny Meyer’s #1 rule at Union Square Hospitality Group? Get the scoop on Web.com’s Small Business Forum!
Does Danny Meyer’s name ring a bell? He is the CEO of the Union Square Hospitality Group and one of the country’s top restaurateurs – Union Square Cafe, Gramercy Tavern, The Modern, Blue Smoke, and Shake Shack are all his concepts. Danny is also the undeniable king of hospitality, and his fabulous book, Setting the Table: The Transforming Power of Hospitality in Business, must be added to your reading list, stat. No time to read a book? That’s OK...
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Google Now uses predictive computing to provide cards with timely, useful, and relevant marketing info. Learn more on Web.com’s Small Business Forum!
If you want to know what the future of marketing looks like, start reading up on predictive computing. As the name implies, predictive computing is all about using data to predict what you are going to do – and then using those insights to give you useful, real-time information. In marketing, that is called pre-targeting, and you can read more about it here. What does this have to do with Google Now? Everything. Google Now is a new product that y...
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Should you outsource the #socialmedia activities for your business? Do you have enough time to manage them yourself? #TheMarketingMinute can help: http://youtu.be/6t-utGJ0zWc
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Does your website incorporate any of the new trends in #webdesign? Get some tips on Web.com’s Small Business Forum!
What are the hottest website design trends for 2015 that will put your business website on the cutting edge?
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What steps should you take to build a well-designed, lead-generating website? Find out on Web.com's Small Business Forum!
Building the perfect website is much like building a dream house - it takes longer and is more complicated - but it's worth it! Here's what to expect.
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Register a memorable .COM #domain, and you could win up to $35,000 in +Verisign’s #InternetOfficial contest! Details: http://my.web.com/1Dl23kd
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"Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle." – #AbrahamLincoln #WorkYourDreams
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Ready to jump on the #eCommerce bandwagon? +Steve Strauss (small business columnist in +USA TODAY) outlines a 6-step plan via TheSelfEmployed.com!
Are you in the market to add an e-commerce presence to your retail business? Follow these six steps to help get you started…
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Web.com is here for one reason: to help small businesses succeed online. With over 3 million customers and 30 years of experience, we know what small businesses need to succeed on the web. We're here to help with easy solutions that grow your business:

  • Every website, social media page, online marketing program, and eCommerce solution we build starts with an in-depth interview. We want to understand your business. We use this information along with our 30 years of experience to build you a powerful web presence.
  • Our designers and copywriters are experts at optimizing for Google, Yahoo!, Bing, Facebook, and many others. Every website we build comes with marketing. We make sure your business gets found.
  • If you already have a website, we can help you too. Check out Ignite Online Marketing. There are hundreds of places you need to market your business online. We put you in all of them quickly and cost-effectively.
  • We understand how important it is to keep your website and social media pages fresh. Just give us a call. We're always here to make a change, post a comment, or freshen things up.
  • For those of you who want to build things on your own, you’ll have access to our patented website and online builder tools. These tools are designed to enable small businesses to build amazing websites and have them get found.

Not sure where to start? We're here to help. Just give us a call at 1-800-338-1771.