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3 Ways to Accept Bitcoin Payments on Your Website

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Bitcoin has been in the news a lot lately. Several major online retailers – such as Steam and Overstock – have even begun accepting this type of currency. That means it might be time for you to consider doing the same. Fortunately, you don’t need to know much about Bitcoin …

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A Beginners’ Guide to Bitcoin (And How It Can Benefit You)

Bitcoin, and cryptocurrencies in general, have been a hot topic for the past few years. In that time, they’ve gone from being a fringe tool worth cents to a serious monetary instrument. Understanding how Bitcoin works isn’t as complicated as you might think. In fact, you don’t need to understand all …

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When to Use Subdomains (And How to Set Them Up)

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If you’re a fledgling site owner, you might not know that you can use a single domain to set up multiple websites. We’re not talking about separate pages, but full blown websites running side by side on the same domain. There are two ways to accomplish this, by using ‘subdirectories’ …

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How to Migrate a WordPress Website to a New Host

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While it may not seem as though you’ll need to, migrating your WordPress site much more common than you think. The good news is that if you’re comfortable with the whole process, it should only take you a few hours to complete at most. What’s more, with the right tool, …

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3 Ways Using a Website Builder Can Save You Time

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These days, you don’t need to be a developer or designer to create a website that looks and works great. However, accomplishing this can take a long time if you’re not familiar with the process, and can use up a lot of resources. That’s where website builders come in. These tools combine …

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3 Tools to Help You Test Your Mobile Website

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These days, mobile traffic is critical to the success of most websites. If your site doesn’t look good on mobile devices, you may end up scaring a lot of those users away. That means you’ll need to test your site rigorously before it goes live, if you want to compete. …

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