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  • Five Tips for Your Music Venue Newsletter

    Five Tips for Your Music Venue Newsletter

    If you run a music venue, you know how important it is to get people through the door. Did you know digital marketing can help you do just that? You can use it to spread the word about upcoming acts, increase ticket sales, and promote exclusive merchandise. Using email is a great way to communicate […]

  • Five Ways to Boost your Site with Social Media

    Five Ways to Boost your Site with Social Media

    Looking for more traffic? Social media is your best friend. Every Facebook like and retweet helps you grow your audience and attract more customers. To ace your online strategy, optimize your website for social media. From widgets to share buttons, here are five ways to integrate social media into your WordPress.com site. Read more.

  • How to Choose the Best Theme for Your Business Website

    How to Choose the Best Theme for Your Business Website

    Building a beautiful website for your business begins with choosing a theme — a design that controls page layout, widget areas, and default style. With more than 350 free and paid themes on WordPress.com, selecting a theme for your business website can feel overwhelming, but you can make it easier by focusing on these three questions. […]

  • Three Tips for Picking a Domain Name

    Three Tips for Picking a Domain Name

    When you create a free website on WordPress.com, your site’s default address will look something like example.wordpress.com. When you’re ready to build your professional presence, buying a custom domain — such as yourgroovydomain.com — is a great next step to personalizing your site and carving out a space for your business online. You can register a domain […]

  • Three Ways to Refresh Your Website in 2016

    Three Ways to Refresh Your Website in 2016

    The new year is a great time to hit refresh and set new goals. If your website looks and feels a little stale, now is the time to make a change! Here are three quick ways to freshen up your personal or business website: Read more.

  • Get More Readers to Your Business Blog

    Get More Readers to Your Business Blog

    Blogging is a great way to communicate with your customers and reach new ones. Business owner Phoebe Clare blogs at Sage and Clare, where she documents her exotic trips scouting merchandise for her online home decor store she runs with Jemma Sage. Learn how Phoebe uses her blog to share inspiration for her curated marketplace while generating […]

  • Three Ways to Showcase Instagram Photos on Your Website

    Three Ways to Showcase Instagram Photos on Your Website

    Your Instagram account is a great way to share your life, products, and services online. With all that great content, why not showcase your Instagram account on your website or blog? Learn three ways WordPress.com makes it easy and discover other sites that are doing it well. Read more.

  • From Non-Profit to Retail Startup: How the World Wildlife Fund is using eCommerce for Good

    From Non-Profit to Retail Startup: How the World Wildlife Fund is using eCommerce for Good

    As we learn more about the environmental impact of the clothing industry, many online retailers are cleaning up their manufacturing practices to be more ethical and sustainable. In the case of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), being kind to the earth came first and has been driving their initiatives since. And it’s no different for […]

  • Keep Your Eye on The Prize: The Story of Mariener Eyewear

    Keep Your Eye on The Prize: The Story of Mariener Eyewear

    They say necessity is the mother of invention. For Dutch entrepreneur Marien Klootwijk, this rings true: In 2012 he needed to replace an expensive pair of sunglasses, was disappointed with the selection within his price range available in The Netherlands, and was inspired to launch Mariener Eyewear. Read more.

  • How a Jewelry Shop Owner Found a Niche to Grow Her Brand

    How a Jewelry Shop Owner Found a Niche to Grow Her Brand

    For Melissa, Founder and CEO of Tiny Tags, motherhood and entrepreneurship go hand in hand. That’s because giving birth to her son inspired her business of made-to-order keepsake jewelry for mothers. Ten years later, her online shop is thriving, thanks to a keen understanding of her niche, a commitment to authenticity, and an insatiable curiosity. […]