WordPress for Small Business

Wordpress for Small Business

Wordpress for Small Business

I came across this interactive guide (see below) to setting up a WordPress site for your business. It is clearly laid out, includes help videos and includes guides on how to backup your site and make it search engine friendly.

10 Reasons for using WordPress for your business website.

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  • You can update your site all by yourself
  • You can build your own site
  • The software is free
  • One-click Installation
  • It’s a great blogging platform
  • You can change your site design quickly
  • It’s easy to customise
  • Amazing support community
  • WordPress is made to do SEO well
  • Easy Maintenance with one-click Updates



Click image to open interactive version (via Simply Business).

Google Fiber

Google Fiber

Google Fibre is currently rolling out in USA. At 1000 Mb per second, it is 100 times faster than today’s average Internet, allowing you to get what you want instantaneously. You no longer have to wait on things buffering; everything will be ready to go when you are. So whether you are video chatting, uploading family videos, or playing your favorite online games, all you need to do is click and you’re there.

It’s one thing to look at a number. It’s another to put it in perspective. Where it might take you more than 2 minutes to download a high-definition movie on what is considered a fast connection today, and a lot longer on a poky connection, Google Fiber promises to do so in seven seconds. Fetching 100 photos might take three seconds on Fiber vs. close to a minute on a setup today. The blurring and buffering delays you might experience before a Street View on a Google Map materializes or a painting in the Google Art Project comes into focus all but disappear. At the Fiber store, there was no visible lag as Google streamed games off the OnLive streaming platform. And Google says Fiber will be ready to handle televisions based on so-called 4K (4,000-plus pixels) supersharp video tech.

More details on the project: Google Fiber on Wikipedia

Do you think Google Fiber will take off? Do you hope it comes to your Ireland soon? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.