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20
7 Best Zapier Alternatives for App Connection & Automation
Posted by Alejandro Vasquez on 20 September 2021 10:00 AM

A customer places an order for a product from your online store. You open your Gmail app to see the order form. Then, you open your QuickBooks app and create a new invoice with information from the order form. After that, you open your Google Sheets app to update a spreadsheet with the details.

You likely open several more apps before the order is fulfilled and recorded. Then, you have to do it all over again for your other orders. These are the consequences of running an eCommerce business.

Thanks to Zapier and Zapier alternatives, though, the process does not have to be so tedious and time-consuming.


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Sep
1
Website Downtime: Why It Happens & Tools for Checking Status
Posted by Alejandro Vasquez on 01 September 2021 10:00 AM

One major advantage that online stores have over brick-and-mortar shops is that they’re always open for business. Anyone can access your site at any time, which is great if you’re trying to attract customers in other time zones. Moreover, the order placement process hums along smoothly without a serious need for constant human supervision. As the old marketing cliché goes, eCommerce business owners can make money in their sleep.

Unfortunately, nothing is perfect. Online stores never close … except when they stop working. Website downtime is a genuine phenomenon that is not just possible, but inevitable. Every eCommerce business owner should be prepared to deal with it. The best way to prepare is to learn more about it, and we can help with that. This in-depth guide offers a crash course on website downtime: what it is, why it happens, and how you can prevent it.


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Aug
18
Free Screen Capture Tools for Online Collaboration
Posted by [email protected] (Christianna Cannon) on 18 August 2021 10:00 AM

You never know when you're going to need to take a screenshot. There are all kinds of reasons why you might need one.

Maybe you're writing an article for your online store's blog, and you want to mention one of your favorite websites. This would be a perfect place for a screenshot to enhance your content. Or maybe you're trying to choose between two products, and you want a friend's opinion on which looks better. Sure, you could send links, but a screenshot would save your friend some time.


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Jul
7

Getting leads is one thing, but closing those leads is something entirely different. While it can feel great to have request after request come in for work, the only way you and your business can actually survive is if those requests turn into sales. Whether you’re the one pitching a project or responding to a customer’s need, the better your sales proposal, the better the chances are that you’ll get a “yes” at the end of the day.


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Jun
14
What is Website Cache & How Do You Clear Your Browser’s Cache?
Posted by Jessica Grioua on 14 June 2021 10:00 AM

Have you ever been told to “clear your cache,” only to have no idea what that means? Whether you’re a website owner or someone who simply browses the Internet, you should be familiar with cache and how it works.

Cache helps website pages to run quickly and smoothly, but it can incidentally cause issues when things don’t load correctly. It can also get in the way of on-the-fly website editing. Whatever the situation may be, you most likely will need to know what cache is at some point – and how to clear it.


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May
14
The Ultimate Guide for Taking a Website Screenshot on Your Mac
Posted by [email protected] (Jimmy Rodriguez) on 14 May 2021 10:00 AM

Taking a screenshot on your Mac should be simple. And, in all reality, it is. But, even those who regularly use screenshots in their work may not realize all of the different ways you can grab shots from websites on your Mac. And, of course, those who are new to Macs need a quick course in how to get started so that they can easily capture information and images.

Before we dive into how to take a website screenshot on your Mac, you need to know if you’re using a Mac “Pre-Mojave” or “Post-Mojave”. The Mojave update changed quite a bit on Apple’s platform, so knowing which you’re using will save you time (and frustration) when going through this tutorial.


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