SiteSync By Neil Napier and Paul Blitz – SiteSync – Backup, Download and Restore Any Website On Total Autopilot, In Under 60 Seconds. No technical knowledge needed. Backs up ANY website on your server. Protect yourself against WannaCry ransomware types of issues against your business!
Website downtime is real and it’s bad for business. Longer downtime means more business loss means WIN for competition.
SiteSync is the only tool that will backup, download and restore your websites 24/7 on Autopilot. SiteSync is the most sophisticated tool that backs up, downloads, and restores any website. No matter what the reason is for your website being down, SiteSync will have it up and running in just under 3 minutes.
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Here’s the video recording of the the previous webinar I did about Video Marketing 101. In this webinar, I talked about:
It’s actually easier than you think! Go and take advantage of the power of VIDEO in Attracting your Audience, capturing leads, closing them to paying customers and turning them to loyal advocates of your brand!
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Hello. So we meet again in my SyndLab review. Last time we talked about a safe solution to protect your data. But safety is not enough. If you want to have a successful online business, you have to make your content go viral. This time, let me show you a new method to drive massive real traffic using 21+ social networks within 5 minutes.
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Video marketing works. You’ve heard it before. You know it’s true. But how to start? Here are a few excerpts from a great, short article from Bubba Page in Inc. Magazine about video with – you guessed it – a short one minute video to emphasize the point. He writes,
You know that consumers are 64 percent more likely to buy a product after watching a video about it. You know that B2B and B2C marketers worldwide agree that video is the most effective social-media marketing method.
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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Watch out, GoFundMe. You have some big new competition in the fundraising space.
Facebook announced Thursday it will expand its charitable giving tools to include personal fundraisers. The campaigns will allow people 18 and older to raise money for themselves, a friend — or someone or something not on Facebook, like a pet.
Previously, the company allowed users to raise money only for nonprofits. Personal fundraisers will launch in the United States over the next few weeks.
Facebook spokesperson Stephen Rocco Rodi told CNNTech donations to personal fundraisers will incur a transaction fee of 6.9%, plus 30 cents, per donation. “We’re not in the business of making profit on this,” Rodi said, adding the fee covers security and fraud protection, vetting and payment processing. By contrast, nonprofits pay a 5% fee.
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