Why is it important to add social media links on your website? #2 1

Why is it important to add social media links on your website? #2

As you may already know, adding social media links on your website helps you grow your followers, which helps you achieve many other goals #2 Create a sense of authenticity Attracting more visitors means that more people are interested in your business’ services or products. What is it that makes them interested, however? Authenticity, is one of these factors that can attract people’s interest and Social Media is the right means to communicate your messages to the public. The “Our Story” page is usually meant to create a more “human” profile for your business, but Social Media can actually make a difference towards this direction. So, if, for example, you support the local economy, you must show it through your Read more…

Why is it important to add social media links on your website? #1 2

Why is it important to add social media links on your website? #1

As you may already know, adding social media links on your website helps you grow your followers, which helps you achieve many other goals as you will see in the following articles #1 Increase website visitors Those who visit your website, don’t necessarily engage in a conversion (=they don’t necessarily become customers from the beginning) but if they like your website, they might decide to connect with your business in social media, the best way to keep in touch. If your social media content is good enough, you will manage to establish a place in your visitors consciousness. By promoting offers, valuable information and anything that would attract a potential client’s attention, you place your business in their mind and Read more…

Checking an Email Account in Thunderbird 3

Checking an Email Account in Thunderbird

This article teaches you all about checking an email account in Thunderbird. We will only need to create a mailbox in Thunderbird. Below are the step by step instructions. How to create a new account in Thunderbird You will need your email settings to complete this guide. 1.Open up your Thunderbird email client onto your desktop 2.In the left hand sidebar you will see a Local Folders. Click on the selection and the right hand panel will offer you several options. Click on the Create A New Account option. 3:In newer versions of Thunderbird, you will be met with a popup offering a new email account from a few sponsors. You simply need to click the button at the bottom Read more…

Updated: How to Set Up Mac Mail 18

Updated: How to Set Up Mac Mail

The following tutorial will demonstrate how to setup a mail account in the Apple Mail client (also known as MacMail).  This tutorial is using the Mavericks OS (OSX 10.9.2). The specific Apple Mail version involved in this tutorial is version 7.2[1874]. These steps will still apply to the Apple Mail client through OSX El Capitan (10.11.3) and Apple Mail client version 9.2. 1:Open the Apple Mail client. 2:There are a few different ways to open a new account: In the menu bar for Mail, scroll down and click on Add Account. You can also click on Accounts and then you will see a window labeled Internet Accounts with a list of email account types listed at the right starting with iCloud. Scroll to Read more…

How to set up Mac Mail 41

How to set up Mac Mail

The following tutorial will show you how set up your email accounts in the default Apple email client, Mac Mail. If you are using a newer version of Mac OSX then please see the updated version of this article. The updated article applies to Mac OSX “Mavericks” to Mac OSX “El Capitan” (versions 10.92 – 10.11.3) and Apple Mail client versions 7.2 – 9.2. Please note that the following tutorial graphics are pre-Mavericks (version 10.9). The order for the information to fill in the fields are the same, but presented a little differently. 1: When you initially open MacMail, you will be presented with a screen similar to the one above. Fill out the requested information. Once you have done Read more…

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Viewing your Email Settings in cPanel and Webmail

In order to set up email clients like Outlook, Mac mail, or Thunderbird you need your email settings from cPanel. This article guides you through how to locate them. Steps to find your email settings     1.Login into cPanel (cPanel is a Control panel for managing your hosting service. Not all web hosts provide it). 2.Click Email Accounts in the Email section. 3.Navigate to your email and click Set Up Mail Client to the right of your email account. Note! If there is no email account listed, you will need to create one. 4.Scroll down to the Manual Settings section to view your Secure SSL/TLS and Non-SSL settings. Included will be Username, Password, Incoming Server, and Outgoing Server. There is Read more…

How to Set Up your Email in Outlook 2011 for the Mac 61

How to Set Up your Email in Outlook 2011 for the Mac

Outlook 2011 is a version of Microsoft Outlook available for the Mac computer. Here’s how you can set it up as an email client to send and receive email from your email host First, you will need to log into Outlook 2011. Next, we will go through the steps to add a new account: 1.Click on Tools, and then Accounts…. 2.On the Add an Account menu, click E-mail 3.Enter your full email address and password on the next screen and click Add Account Once the account is added, you will fill in the information for the new email account. Personal Information Account Description: This is the name your mail will show as in your Microsoft Office inbox. Full name: Insert Read more…

How to Setup Outlook 2016 for Windows 62

How to Setup Outlook 2016 for Windows

A common task when first getting into Outlook 2016 is setting up an account. Once the account is created and added you will be able to manage your emails using the Outlook 2016 email client. Setup Outlook using the Automatic Setup 1.Launch the Outlook 2016 client 2.When you first login to Outlook 2016, make sure that you are on the File tab. Click on File tab to get the Account Information screen 3.Click on Add Account 4.By default, the Email Account should be selected. Note that email accounts must already exist within the cPanel in order to be set up within Outlook. 5.Enter your name and email address. 6.Enter your password and then re-type it to confirm. 7.Click on Next. Read more…

The WordPress Site Structure Explained 91

The WordPress Site Structure Explained

As you may not be familiar with the WordPress default template, here’s some basic information that will help you figure it out Now that WordPress is successfully installed on your hosting account, you will be able to see the default template displayed. WordPress refers to certain aspects of the website by very specific terms. When digging deeper into WordPress, especially when searching for and using plugins, it will be imperative that you understand the terminology used to identify various parts of the website. 1.This is referred to as the “header” and will display the titles of your website. 2.The “menu bar” of your website will contain links to pages you have created. 3.This is a “post”. Posts are displayed in Read more…

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How to log in to WordPress

Let’s start with the basics and see how you log in to WordPress Once you have completed the installation of WordPress, you can login to your dashboard. The admin section of WordPress, the “WordPress Dashboard”, is where you will begin building your WordPress site. Please take note that your login credentials are not the same as your cPanel (this is a Control panel for managing your hosting service) username and password unless you set them up as the same. WordPress Installation URL: if you installed WordPress on the root of your domain, your URL to access WordPress would be: example.com/wp-admin WordPress Username: This is the username you set up when initially installing WordPress. WordPress Password: This is the password you Read more…