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Engage your Inactive Customers with online marketing

Do you have people on your mailing list who don’t open your emails? Do you have connections on social media who don’t respond to your posts?

Consider creating a re-engagement campaign to reconnect with them. First, if you can, segment your list and target your re-engagement campaign only to those who are inactive. That will help you to focus your efforts. Then, create ways to reconnect with them and put the ideas into a campaign.

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Can I Start A Successful Business Without a Website?

Maybe…Maybe not. It’s obvious that you can run a business without a Not have a website?website. Some companies still do that. But investing in a well-designed, well-thought out website can definitely help to make your business more successful.

Even if you have a very small business and your products or services are not sold online it would probably be beneficial to your business to have a website. This doesn’t mean that you need to put all you products or services online. It just means that some sort of a web presence is good for business.

Having a professional-looking web presence on the Internet is good for your existing customers, potential customers, employees and partners. A smart looking website will allow all visitors to know more about your business and more about your products or services. Basic elements...

7 Steps To Secure Your Wireless Network

Secure Your Wireless Network

The good news is that it is not very hard to make your wireless network secure, which will both prevent others from stealing your internet and will also prevent hackers from taking control of your computers through your own wireless network.

Here a few simple things that you should to secure your wireless network:

Step 1. Open your router settings page

First, you need to know how to access your wireless router’s settings. Usually you can do this by typing in “” into your web browser, and then enter the correct user name and password for the router. This is different for each router, so first check your router’s user manual.

You can also use Google to find the manuals for most routers online in...