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Hosting Live (Virtual!) Events: Lessons from Planning the WordPress.com Growth Summit

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Back in January, my team at WordPress.com was busy planning another year of exciting in-person events — community meetups, conference keynotes, booths, and in-person demos — at large exhibit halls and hotels around the world. Then world changed overnight, and because of a global pandemic, our Events team — just like many of you running your own businesses — had to rethink everything about how we connect with people.  So we went back to work. We’ve learned so much in just five months, and it culminates in the upcoming WordPress.com Growth Summit — our first-ever multi-day virtual conference. It’s going to be a jam-packed program full of expert advice from business leaders and entrepreneurs. We’ll also have breakout sessions with our own WordPress experts, the Automattic Happiness Engineers, taking you through everything you need to know about building a powerful, fast website that works great for SEO, eCommerce, and growing your business.  In the lead-up to the Summit, we wanted to share everything we’ve learned so far about running virtual events, from YouTube to webinars to Facebook Live and ticket sales. There are dozens of great solutions for staying connected to and supporting your audience — here’s what’s been working for us:  Live webinars  In April, we launched a series of daily webinars, 30-minute live demos and Q&As direct from our Happiness Engineers, five days a week. These webinars walk people through the basics of getting started with WordPress.com. We also launched a few topical webinars — deeper dives into specific topics: eCommerce 101, growing an audience, using the WordPress app, and podcasting, to name a few. We chose Zoom to host these because it’s a popular platform that allows for key webinar elements like pre-registration/signups, screen sharing, and Q&A. We pulled these together quickly, so going with a familiar solution was key for us and our audience.  To expand our reach, we also streamed to our Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube channels. This was a simple integration that Zoom offers already, and we saw our viewership grow exponentially.  Pre-recorded vs. live instruction  At virtual events, one question always comes up: pre-recorded or live? We prefer a combination! Live is great when possible; it gives attendees an opportunity to interact with speakers, speakers can personalize the content based on questions being asked, and attendees can interact with one another, forming connections with like-minded content creators and entrepreneurs.  Live content also has challenges: internet connections can cut out, computers can shut down unexpectedly, and there are more opportunities for interruption (does anyone else’s dog bark the minute you get on a live video?). It also requires all participants to be online at the same time, which can be logistically challenging. Our advice: Test, test, test! If a speaker isn’t comfortable presenting live, there is the option to do a combination — a pre-recorded session with a live Q&A in the chat. We’ve found it to work really well, and it gives attendees the same access to the presenter. The Growth Summit  We helped folks to get online quickly with our daily webinars and dove into deeper topics each month, and now we want to help you grow your site. Enter The Official WordPress.com Growth Summit, happening next week, August 11-13. We gathered frequently asked questions over the past few months, listened to your requests for live sessions across more time zones, and found inspiration from users that we felt needed to be shared widely.   The Growth Summit takes a deeper dive into topics and offers hands-on WordPress training for anyone looking to get online. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions live, connect with speakers, visit our virtual Happiness Bar for 1:1 support, and connect with other attendees during the networking breaks.  Some key highlights from the agenda:  Using the block editorCustomizing your siteGrowing your audienceImproving your content ranking (SEO)Creating a marketing plan Expanding from blogging to podcasting Making money with your siteAnd so much more…  We wanted a platform for this event that would act as an immersive event experience. There are many great platforms for this, including Accelevents and Hopin. We’ll be experimenting with many of them in the coming months (Remember: test!). A few key features we looked for:  Ease of self-productionAbility for simultaneous sessionsOverall user experienceFlow of the event — central location for agenda, speaker bios, networking, and moreNetworking featuresAudience engagement — polling, live chat, and moreAnalyticsRegistration within the platformAccessibilityCustomizationSpeaker (virtual) green rooms The best part? This event is being offered twice a day so that we cover all time zones. And if you can’t join us live, attendees will have access to all content from all time zones, after the event. Register for the WordPress.com Growth Summit Today!

Hosting Live (Virtual!) Events: Lessons from Planning the WordPress.com Growth Summit

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Back in January, my team at WordPress.com was busy planning another year of exciting in-person events — community meetups, conference keynotes, booths, and in-person demos — at large exhibit halls and hotels around the world. Then world changed overnight, and because of a global pandemic, our Events team — just like many of you running your own businesses — had to rethink everything about how we connect with people.  So we went back to work. We’ve learned so much in just five months, and it culminates in the upcoming WordPress.com Growth Summit — our first-ever multi-day virtual conference. It’s going to be a jam-packed program full of expert advice from business leaders and entrepreneurs. We’ll also have breakout sessions with our own WordPress experts, the Automattic Happiness Engineers, taking you through everything you need to know about building a powerful, fast website that works great for SEO, eCommerce, and growing your business.  In the lead-up to the Summit, we wanted to share everything we’ve learned so far about running virtual events, from YouTube to webinars to Facebook Live and ticket sales. There are dozens of great solutions for staying connected to and supporting your audience — here’s what’s been working for us:  Live webinars  In April, we launched a series of daily webinars, 30-minute live demos and Q&As direct from our Happiness Engineers, five days a week. These webinars walk people through the basics of getting started with WordPress.com. We also launched a few topical webinars — deeper dives into specific topics: eCommerce 101, growing an audience, using the WordPress app, and podcasting, to name a few. We chose Zoom to host these because it’s a popular platform that allows for key webinar elements like pre-registration/signups, screen sharing, and Q&A. We pulled these together quickly, so going with a familiar solution was key for us and our audience.  To expand our reach, we also streamed to our Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube channels. This was a simple integration that Zoom offers already, and we saw our viewership grow exponentially.  Pre-recorded vs. live instruction  At virtual events, one question always comes up: pre-recorded or live? We prefer a combination! Live is great when possible; it gives attendees an opportunity to interact with speakers, speakers can personalize the content based on questions being asked, and attendees can interact with one another, forming connections with like-minded content creators and entrepreneurs.  Live content also has challenges: internet connections can cut out, computers can shut down unexpectedly, and there are more opportunities for interruption (does anyone else’s dog bark the minute you get on a live video?). It also requires all participants to be online at the same time, which can be logistically challenging. Our advice: Test, test, test! If a speaker isn’t comfortable presenting live, there is the option to do a combination — a pre-recorded session with a live Q&A in the chat. We’ve found it to work really well, and it gives attendees the same access to the presenter. The Growth Summit  We helped folks to get online quickly with our daily webinars and dove into deeper topics each month, and now we want to help you grow your site. Enter The Official WordPress.com Growth Summit, happening next week, August 11-13. We gathered frequently asked questions over the past few months, listened to your requests for live sessions across more time zones, and found inspiration from users that we felt needed to be shared widely.   The Growth Summit takes a deeper dive into topics and offers hands-on WordPress training for anyone looking to get online. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions live, connect with speakers, visit our virtual Happiness Bar for 1:1 support, and connect with other attendees during the networking breaks.  Some key highlights from the agenda:  Using the block editorCustomizing your siteGrowing your audienceImproving your content ranking (SEO)Creating a marketing plan Expanding from blogging to podcasting Making money with your siteAnd so much more…  We wanted a platform for this event that would act as an immersive event experience. There are many great platforms for this, including Accelevents and Hopin. We’ll be experimenting with many of them in the coming months (Remember: test!). A few key features we looked for:  Ease of self-productionAbility for simultaneous sessionsOverall user experienceFlow of the event — central location for agenda, speaker bios, networking, and moreNetworking featuresAudience engagement — polling, live chat, and moreAnalyticsRegistration within the platformAccessibilityCustomizationSpeaker (virtual) green rooms The best part? This event is being offered twice a day so that we cover all time zones. And if you can’t join us live, attendees will have access to all content from all time zones, after the event. Register for the WordPress.com Growth Summit Today!

Email Marketing for eCommerce: Your Guide to Getting Started

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The post Email Marketing for eCommerce: Your Guide to Getting Started appeared first on HostGator Blog. Did you know that email marketing has the highest return on investment (ROI) out of any other digital marketing tactic? It’s true. The median ROI for email marketing is 122%. That’s four times higher than all other digital marketing channels. The high likelihood of capturing additional website traffic from your email marketing efforts is the reason you should start building your email list as soon as you launch your website. If you’re new to email marketing, and the process sounds daunting, don’t worry. This quick guide to getting started with email marketing will cover: How to find a reliable email service provider (ESP)How to capture subscribersThe best WordPress plugins for email marketingHow to set up your welcome campaign By the end of this post, you’ll have the knowledge you need to get started with email marketing and to attract your first batch of subscribers. How to find a reliable email service provider Long gone are the days of sending bulk email messages to a giant list of subscribers. Today’s email marketing technology makes it possible to create highly personalized and automated messages that convert. Here are just some things you can do with one of the best ESPs on the market: Automate the process of capturing subscribers. ESPs allow you to create unique forms that send subscribers right to your designated email list. You don’t have to do any manual work. Send emails to a large list. Did you know that free email services (e.g., Gmail, Outlook) have caps on how many recipients you can include in an email, and how often you send large emails? ESPs don’t. Track emails. Every good ESP comes with tracking, analytics, and reports. These tools will help you see things like what content is converting, what your open rates are, and what links are most popular. Automate campaigns. Why send one email when you can send a sequence of emails? ESPs allow you to set up a series of emails that are sent out automatically, based on things like subscriber behaviors, date, etc. Customize email templates. If you’re not a designer, you don’t have to worry. The top ESPs come with various proven and well-designed templates that you can customize. Using a template is a much better option than a plain text email. Segment your lists. With the help of an ESP, you can create various lists and only send relevant content to specific customer profiles. For example, let’s say you sell shoes. You could create two lists based on gender. Then, you can send your men’s shoe collection to your male subscribers, and your women’s shoe collection to your female subscribers.  Create emails with dynamic content. Dynamic content is another big advantage of an ESP. Instead of creating two emails, you also have the option to switch out content blocks based on subscriber data. Sticking with the shoe example, you could create a unique block of content with the new men’s collection that appears to your male subscribers and another unique block of content with the new women’s shoe collection that would appear in the same place for your female subscribers.  These are just some of the advantages of using an email service provider. Keep in mind, when choosing an ESP, you have several options, but not all options are created equal.  At HostGator, we recommend Constant Contact. Not only does Constant Contact integrate with HostGator, but it is also easy to navigate, has robust features, and the reporting is phenomenal.  How to capture email subscribers for your eCommerce site If you already have some email contacts, that’s great! If you are starting completely from scratch, don’t get discouraged.  Constant Contact, and other ESPs, make it easy for you to build your email list via your WordPress website. How? These services provide a unique email form code to paste into your website.  When you paste this code into your website and refresh your website, you’ll see a gorgeous email subscription box. Every time someone enters their email address, the new email address will be added to your designated list in your ESP. When you sign up for Constant Contact and have a WordPress site, the process is even easier. Here is how it’s done. How to create a Constant Contact subscriber form in WordPress Step 1: Install the Constant Contact Forms plugin for WordPress. If you don’t remember how to install a WordPress plugin, here is a quick tutorial. Step 2: Sync your contact list or create a new list. You can sync your contact list by clicking on the “Constant Contact” icon in the right dashboard, and selecting “Sync Lists with Constant Contact” button on the top. You can create a new list by selecting “Add New List” and naming your list. Image source: Constant Contact Step 3: From your WordPress dashboard, click “Contact Form” and then “Add New Form.” Image Source: Constant Contact Step 4: Name your form and include a description of why visitors should subscribe to your list. Step 5: Select the Constant Contact list you want to add new subscribers to.  Image Source: Constant Contact Step 6: Edit your button text, personalize any other text, additional fields as desired, and design your form. Step 7: Press publish. As soon as you publish your form, you can add it to a webpage or blog post on your eCommerce site. Let’s quickly cover how to add your new form to a webpage and to a blog post. How to add a subscriber form to your web page in WordPress Let’s say you want to add your subscriber form to a static page on your website (e.g., your contact page). Here’s how you do it. Step 1: Navigate to your WordPress dashboard and click the “Constant Contact Form Icon” and choose all “All Forms” from the menu. Step 2: Turn your attention to the form page and copy and paste the shortcode of the form you want to put on your static page. Image Source: Constant Contact Step 3: Navigate to the dashboard and click “Pages” and then “All Pages.” Step 4: Find the page where you want the form and click “Edit.” Step 5: Click on the plus sign in the content box and choose “shortcode” from the options. Step 6: Paste the shortcode you copied earlier. Once you paste the shortcode, you’ll see the subscriber box on your static page. How to add a subscriber form to a blog post in WordPress One of the highest converting places to put a subscriber form is directly in a blog post. If someone finds your blog post, likes what you wrote, and wants to keep hearing from you, they can subscribe to your email list right after they read your blog post.  Here’s how to add a subscriber to your blog posts with the Constant Contact plugin. Step 1: Navigate to the dashboard and click “Posts” and then “All Posts.” Step 2: Click “Edit” on the blog post where you want to place your subscriber form. Step 3: Click “Classic.” Step 4: Place your cursor where you want your form and click “Add Constant Contact Form.” Step 5: Select your form from the drop-down menu. Step 6: Click “Insert shortcode.” Once you are ready to publish or republish your post, click “Publish” or “Update,” and you will see the Constant Contact subscriber form in your blog post. The best WordPress plugins for email marketing While the Constant Contact plugin for WordPress is an awesome tool, it’s not your only email marketing plugin option.  Here are some additional email marketing WordPress plugins to consider when setting up an email marketing strategy for your eCommerce website. Sumo This email marketing plugin helps you set up subscriber forms on your website in the most strategic places.  Here are some of the top places where you can place a Sumo email list subscriber form: A smart bar that appears at the top or bottom of your website.A list builder popup that shows up one second after page load.A list builder popup that is embedded within an article.A list builder popup that shows up after the user hovers the mouse over the address bar.A list builder popup with a call to action button that appears one second after page load.A list builder popup that shows up after a user clicks the button below the first paragraph.A scroll box that will show after page loads and upon user scroll.A welcome mat that will show up after the page loads and appear above page, and many other welcome mat options.And more! It’s easy to install the Sumo WordPress plugin, connect it to your ESP, and include forms in various strategic places on your website. Sumo also offers share buttons to help you boost your social media presence. MailPoet MailPoet is another cool WordPress plugin that allows you to get subscribers, set up automated welcome messages, and build newsletters from excellent templates right within your WordPress dashboard.  Additionally, you can set MailPoet to automatically notify your lists whenever you publish new content. Some other notable MailPoet features include: Customizable sign-up formsRemoves inactive subscribersSegmentationWooCommerce customers email subscription at checkoutAbandon cart emailsSMTP for WordPressAnd more! One of the best things about MailPoet is you can handle your email marketing right within the WordPress platform.  It doesn’t matter whether you use the Constant Contact plugin, the Sumo plugin, or MailPoet. What matters is that you sign up for one of these services, create your first list and sign up form, and start your first eCommerce email campaign. How to set up a welcome email campaign for your eCommerce website There are many different email marketing campaigns you might create, including promotional campaigns, holiday campaigns, product launches, and more. But, one campaign every eCommerce website owner will use is a welcome campaign.  A welcome campaign is the first email your subscribers will see from you, so it’s critical to make a good impression. Here is what you want to address in your welcome email: Build a relationship. If someone signs up for your email list, the first thing you should do is focus on them. This can include a warm welcome, a quick congratulations, or a reaffirmation that they made the right decision. Focusing on the customer from the get-go is a great way to go. Set expectations. Someone just subscribed to your email list, but they aren’t quite sure what that entails. Don’t leave your subscribers hanging. Instead, outline what being part of the email newsletter means, including when to expect content and what type of campaigns to expect. Address spam filters. Spam filters are so good these days, they sometimes even mark safe content as spam. It’s smart to ask your users in your welcome email to add them to their list of trusted contacts.  Include an offer. What screams “welcome to our online store” better than an introductory offer? People love discounts and special discounts, so give them one as a reward for joining the list. Thank your new subscriber. Thank yous go a long way. Do as your mother taught you and thank your subscribers for joining your list. Here is a good example of a welcome email from Bombas. This Bombas email is well-designed, it welcomes the subscriber into the Bombas family, and it provides a discount code so subscribers can start shopping immediately. Good work, Bombas. The process of setting up a welcome email is different for every ESP or WordPress plugin, but should be fairly intuitive, regardless of what you’re using. Here is a quick-reference guide to how to set up your welcome email if you’re using Constant Contact. Getting started with email marketing for your eCommerce website Email marketing is a must if you’re looking to boost website traffic and increase conversions. Thankfully, it’s easy to get started with an email service provider and insert your subscriber forms into your eCommerce website and any relevant blog posts. At HostGator, we recommend making the process easy by using Constant Contact. We also offer a free 3-month trial of Constant Contact. Get started today! Find the post on the HostGator Blog

How to Use LinkedIn Lead Gen Form Ads

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Want to capture more leads from LinkedIn? Are you using the right ad format and conversion objective to generate leads? In this article, you’ll learn how to set up and use a lead generation form in a Sponsored Content ad campaign on LinkedIn. You’ll also discover tips to optimize your lead gen form ads to […] The post How to Use LinkedIn Lead Gen Form Ads appeared first on Social Media Examiner | Social Media Marketing.

Making Money Online: A Guide on How to Earn Money From Home

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One of the primary reasons people want to make money online is because there is little or no cost involved. Unlike brick and mortar businesses, online money-making has made the lives of the people a lot simpler. But that doesn’t mean making money online sitting at home is simple. It takes time and effort, but if it’s done the right way, then there is no turning back.  With this article, we will talk about how to earn money from home, debunk certain myths about making money online, and what kind of ideas can you think of to make money online. So, here goes-  How to earn money from home to get more income First of all, you need to understand that, to make money from home, you will need to leverage a skill. Now, this can be blogging or content writing, becoming a stock trader, becoming an affiliate, or even starting your own business online. You can pick or choose any one that you want, but today if we talk about good money from home ideas as a topic, some key parameters have to be taken into consideration. Here are some-  While making money from home, it is better if you have a skill set to leverage. This will not only be of massive advantage to you but also to the people who want to make the most out of your ability, which you can get paid for. You need to give this time. There is no quick way or shortcut to do this. In the sense that you have to understand that making money won’t happen overnight unless you garner a bit of experience. Patience is key.  Play to your strengths. This will help you in the long run. If you think giving information about something you like to talk about is your essential strength. Take up blogging or content writing.  Now that you know some crucial aspects of making money online, here is how you can actually start making money from home: Start your blog- Bloggers earn money working from home. And it has become a good side gig for a lot of people. If you have a topic to talk about, let’s say motorbikes. You can start writing about bikes and slowly and gradually increase the visitors on your blog. Once that happens, you can make money from home with Google’s ad sense, which will place relevant ads on your blog, and you can earn money as a publisher. Another option if you start your own blog is that you can give blogging as a service to several content marketing agencies and brands as a freelancer. This will provide you with a steady income working from home. If you want to get started with the same, you can read in detail about how to start a blog and make money here.  Become a YouTuber- Just as a blogger writes content on blogs, you can become a YouTuber and make money by actually talking about the same content by converting it into a script. YouTubers create their own channel and talk about their favorite topic and earn money from home through YouTube or by partnering with a brand. This has become one of the best ways of making money for those who don’t want to necessarily stick to the format of writing a blog. Buy and Sell domains – Buying and selling domains has been a tried and tested way to earn money from home. However, understand this, to buy and sell domains you will have to get in touch with a domain and hosting company that allows you to resell domains at a markup price. This will help you make profits and sell the domain under your brand name through your blog or website.  Become an affiliate- Becoming an affiliate is one of the most profitable ways of making money working from home. To start with, you will need a blog/website or a YouTube channel of your own where you are dedicatedly posting or creating content around the category or subject of your niche.  Now, in order to be an affiliate, you will need some amount of traffic and traction on your blog, website, or even your YouTube channel for a brand to leverage it so that it pays you for every sale that is made through your assets. Hence, it is recommended that you create such properties online, build them over time, and then become an affiliate with a brand who’s niche is relevant to what you do. In this way, the partnership will be profitable for both of you. If you want to become an affiliate and want to make money online, here is a step by step guide as to how you can be one. Start your own online store- You can set up your own online store selling electronics, jewellery, clothes, etc. It is a very novel way of having your online business and making money from the same. All you need to do is get a hosting package and a website/blog that sets it up and lists the products on the website. Marketing may take some effort, but mostly it is possible if you dedicate time and energy to the same.  So, now that we have understood how to make money online, we would like to tell you that to make money from home, you will, and you can have as many ways and means as possible. But one thing stays, and that is putting time and effort in creating content and giving information related items that are relevant so that users find value in what you do. In closing, we would like to thank you for reading this article about how you can make money from home. If you have any feedback for us, do let us know in the comments section below. We will try to answer your queries as far as possible.  .fb_iframe_widget_fluid_desktop iframe { width: 100% !important; } The post Making Money Online: A Guide on How to Earn Money From Home appeared first on ResellerClub Blog.

Working It Out, Together.

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2020 has arguably been one of the most challenging years in our lifetimes, and certainly the most unusual that many of us have experienced in our careers. Companies around the world switched – almost overnight – to remote working, and people have been relying on technology to stay connected to their professional network. This shift has impacted how our members interact on the platform and we have seen countless examples of the community sharing their stories, finding new jobs, upskilling with... .

WordPress 5.5 Release Candidate 2

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The second release candidate for WordPress 5.5 is here! WordPress 5.5 is slated for release on August 11, 2020, but we need your help to get there—if you haven’t tried 5.5 yet, now is the time! You can test the WordPress 5.5 release candidate in two ways: Try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (choose the “bleeding edge nightlies” option)Or download the release candidate here (zip). Thank you to all of the contributors who tested the Beta releases and gave feedback. Testing for bugs is a critical part of polishing every release and a great way to contribute to WordPress. Plugin and Theme Developers Please test your plugins and themes against WordPress 5.5 and update the Tested up to version in the readme file to 5.5. If you find compatibility problems, please be sure to post to the support forums, so those can be figured out before the final release. For a more detailed breakdown of the changes included in WordPress 5.5, check out the WordPress 5.5 beta 1 post. The WordPress 5.5 Field Guide is also out! It’s your source for details on all the major changes. How to Help Do you speak a language other than English? Help us translate WordPress into more than 100 languages! This release also marks the hard string freeze point of the 5.5 release schedule. If you think you’ve found a bug, you can post to the Alpha/Beta area in the support forums. We’d love to hear from you! If you’re comfortable writing a reproducible bug report, fill one on WordPress Trac, where you can also find a list of known bugs.

Cyxtera Launches Updated Reseller Partner Program

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MIAMI, FL – Cyxtera, a global leader in data center colocation and interconnection services, announced today the launch of its revised Reseller Partner Program offering partners industry-leading incentives and flexibility with scalable access to multiple levels of benefits and support. The updated program with enhanced value for partners underscores Cyxtera’s commitment to leveraging its channel program as a core pillar of its go-to-market strategy. The Cyxtera Reseller Partner Program offers partners the opportunity to earn competitive reseller pricing that leads to higher margins and annual rebates based on partner tier level, as well as generate a profitable new revenue stream by integrating Cyxtera colocation, Enterprise Bare Metal and interconnection solutions into their core offerings. The program also enables partners to help their customers shorten their time to market, reduce their operating expenses, and connect to Cyxtera’s expansive ecosystem of networks and cloud on-ramp providers. “The structure of our updated Reseller Partner Program was designed at every level to provide our partners every resource they need to succeed, as well as a robust set of benefits that can help drive strong results for their businesses and Cyxtera,” said David Keasey, Executive Vice President of Sales for Cyxtera. “As we look at the future of our business, Cyxtera’s Channel Partner Program is an essential part of our continued global growth.” The Cyxtera Reseller Program is structured around three different tiers – Platinum, Gold, Silver – with unique requirements and benefits. Partners are rewarded based on the level of investment made to drive opportunities for Cyxtera and delivering mutual revenue growth. To accelerate success, all Reseller Partners have access to deal registration, training, and marketing resources through the Cyxtera Partner Portal. “The added investment Cyxtera is making into its channel programs is a testament to its commitment to its partners’ success,” said David Carlson, Vice President Managed Services & Product Management, Sirius Computer Solutions, Inc. “In today’s competitive landscape, companies need IT solutions that help them accelerate their time to market and stay competitive. By leveraging Cyxtera’s CXD platform to power Sirius’ Managed Hyperconverged Infrastructure solution, we are able to help our clients cut costs, achieve greater efficiencies, and securely realize their cloud initiatives.” The Cyxtera Reseller Partner Program, which is focused on Value-Added Resellers (VAR’s) Managed Service Providers (MSPs), Network Service Providers (NSPs), and System Integrators (SIs), is an integral part of the Cyxtera Partner Network, which offers multiple routes to market for partners. The Partner Network also includes the Alliance Partner Program, the Master Agent Referral Partner Program, the Broker Referral Partner Program, and the recently announced new Influencer Referral Partner Program. “With the launch of our new Reseller Partner Program, Cyxtera is doubling down on our strategic focus to engage and collaborate with the wide range of partners that are part of our global ecosystem,” said Nicholas Voth, Cyxtera’s Vice President of Global Channel Strategy and Sales. “Working closely with our partners to deliver the tools necessary for success will drive increased opportunities and growth for Cyxtera and our program participants.” “Cyxtera’s revised Reseller Partner Program offers even more incentives and flexibility than before,” said Jeff Brown, President/GM of Promark, a premier, U.S.-focused value added distributor (VAD) and wholly-owned subsidiary of Ingram Micro Inc. (NYSE:IM). “The industry-leading program, along with Cyxtera’s innovative on demand solutions is key combination that will enable us to take our joint partnership to the next level.” To learn more about Cyxtera’s Reseller Partner Program visit https://www.cyxtera.com/about-us/partners. About Cyxtera Cyxtera is a global leader in data center colocation and interconnection services. The company operates a footprint of 62 data centers in 29 markets around the world, providing services to more than 2,000 leading enterprises and U.S. federal government agencies. Cyxtera brings proven operational excellence, global scale, flexibility and customer-focused innovation together to provide a comprehensive portfolio of data center and interconnection services. For more information please visit www.cyxtera.com.

Leaseweb Global Launches Leaseweb Cloud Connect To Deliver A Flexible, Agile and Cost-Effective Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure Solution

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AMSTERDAM – Leaseweb Global, a leading hosting and cloud services provider, today announced the launch of Leaseweb Cloud Connect. A hybrid cloud solution, Leaseweb Cloud Connect enables customers to seamlessly connect their Leaseweb-hosted infrastructure to their public cloud or hyperscaler environment— and to allow sharing of data and applications between them. In partnership with Megaport, a leading Network as a Service provider, Leaseweb Cloud Connect will initially provide connectivity to AWS, with plans already in place to add other leading hyperscalers throughout the rest of the year. Leaseweb Cloud Connect is designed for businesses that require the flexibility to move workloads between hyperscalers and Leaseweb’s infrastructure in line with changing demands and budgets. Customers will be able to select different connectivity speeds between 100Mbps and 10Gbps, depending on individual project and budget requirements. The new offering provides an elegant, tailored and cost-effective solution to address the lack of customization that many businesses experience when they decide to scale their infrastructure, services, applications, and data within a public cloud environment. “Leaseweb Cloud Connect provides businesses with an efficient way to build secure networks that interconnect Cloud infrastructures across Leaseweb and public clouds,” said Nikolaos Kolestsas, Product Manager, Leaseweb Global. “The new offering delivers a hybrid cloud solution that allows businesses to use a public cloud for development, PaaS functions, one-off workloads, and big data platforms, all while leveraging Leaseweb for business-critical applications and associated data or specific production environments. Megaport’s Software Defined Network provides the scalable, secure connectivity to cloud onramps to ensure peak performance. This approach minimizes infrastructure costs and increases the speed at which organizations can bring new products and services to market.” By using Leaseweb Cloud Connect to create a hybrid cloud environment that leverages Leaseweb’s secure and high-performance global network, coupled with a Megaport Connected solution, businesses can develop and distribute their services while gaining more control over their cloud-based infrastructure. Leaseweb Cloud Connect achieves this by providing a fast and secure connection to public cloud, which ensures dynamic and cost-effective allocation of resources across the hybrid cloud environment. Part of Leaseweb’s Hybrid Connect Concept, Leaseweb Cloud Connect is a Megaport connected solution that is powered by Megaport’s Software Defined Networking technology and integrated with virtual public cloud interfaces and gateways. The Megaport Connected solution offers the broadest reach of cloud onramps across the globe with more than 170 cloud onramps. The collaboration provides Leaseweb with the opportunity to provide greater options to customers in connecting to public cloud infrastructure to design hybrid solutions that scale and perform. “We are delighted that Leaseweb has chosen our Network as a Service platform to power its new solution,” said Eric Troyer, Chief Marketing Officer at Megaport. “Leaseweb Cloud Connect reinforces Leaseweb’s position within the hybrid cloud provider space and allows Leaseweb to provide an extended Cloud access service to their SMB and start-up customers. We value the partnership with Leaseweb and are excited to be able to support the company’s continued evolution as hybrid and multi-cloud demand continues to grow throughout Europe.” Leaseweb Cloud Connect is suited to all organizations but offers particular benefits to start-ups and SMBs in the Adtech, Martech, Gaming, and SaaS sectors that are using public cloud providers but are seeking to scale their business—not their costs. To learn more about Leaseweb Cloud Connect, please visit: https://www.leaseweb.com/network-services/cloud-connect About Leaseweb Leaseweb is a leading Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider serving a worldwide portfolio of 18,000 customers ranging from SMBs to Enterprises. Services include Public Cloud, Private Cloud, Dedicated Servers, Colocation, Content Delivery Network, and Cyber Security Service s supported by exceptional customer service and technical support. With more than 80,000 servers under management, Leaseweb has provided infrastructure for mission-critical websites, Internet applications, email servers, security, and storage services since 1997. The company operates 20 data centers in locations across Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America, all of which are backed by a superior worldwide network with a total capacity of more than 10 Tbps. Leaseweb offers services through its various subsidiaries, which are Leaseweb Netherlands B.V. (“Leaseweb Netherlands”), Leaseweb USA, Inc. (“Leaseweb USA”), Leaseweb Asia Pacific PTE. LTD (“Leaseweb Asia”), Leaseweb CDN B.V. (“Leaseweb CDN”), Leaseweb Deutschland GmbH (“Leaseweb Germany”), Leaseweb Australia Ltd. (“Leaseweb Australia”) and Leaseweb UK Ltd (“Leaseweb UK”). About Megaport Megaport is a global leading Network as a Service provider. Using Software Defined Networking (SDN), the Company’s global platform enables customers to rapidly connect their network to other services across the Megaport Network. Services can be directly controlled by customers via mobile devices, their computer, or our open API. Megaport connects more than 1,700 customers in over 600 enabled data centres globally. Megaport is an Alibaba Cloud Technology Partner, AWS Technology Partner, AWS Networking Competency Partner, Google Cloud Interconnect Partner, IBM Direct Link Cloud Exchange provider, Microsoft Azure Express Route Partner, Nutanix Direct Connect Partner, Oracle Cloud Partner, Salesforce Express Connect Partner, and SAP PartnerEdge Open Ecosystem Partner.

Onlive Server Launched UK VPS Server Hosting Service with Hypervisor KVM Cloud Panel and SSD Storage

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GHAZIABAD, India – UK based Cheap VPS Hosting plans and the allied features would vouch for the fact that the business website owners can accrue superior range of Cloud Control Panel support and other administration related support features in an impeccable manner. The functionalities of the most widely utilized Cheap VPS Hosting solutions adroit implementation of the Reboot and Restart facilities. These services are great for Online Tally, Vici dialer Application, Android Apps Server, iSO Application, Gaming Software, E-Commerce Website, and CMS. It also best for WordPress, Majento, Druple and many more platform. You should be heading to the conclusion that there would be ample range of Root or Administrator Passwords. Chooses to get focused advantages out of the UK VPS Hosting solutions. These services are equally great with Windows and Linux VPS. With both, these services function impeccably Linux and Windows Based Operating System Can Load Within One-Click. UK based Managed VPS Hosting also packs up more operational punch in the scenario. They give you more leverage with the main IP. Main IP Also Can Change when you are making your efforts to implement the crucial tactics of web hosting. According to industry experts, KVM based SSD VPS Hosting services also will take extremely efficient care of the VNC Console features. VNC Console Are Also Available with these services. UK VPS Hosting solutions provide you with the best ways pertaining to crystal bandwidth monitoring facilities. They give you the topmost and the most undisputed bandwidth monitoring contraptions. The supreme edge of the Ram And Hard Disk quality happen to be some top draws of these amazing services. The Custom Operating System Can Load in a record breaking time. Apart from that you will be having 24×7 Technical Support Service. As you think of some exceptional qualities in these servers, then you should be thinking of the Rescue Mode and the Self-Shut-down capacities and Server Setup in Few Minutes. While conducting research on the pros, you will need to take special note of the OS Reinstall facilities. Based on such facilities you can proceed and pick up Operating Systems such as CentOs, Debian, Ubuntu, and multiple Windows VPS versions such as 2008, 2012, 2016, 2019, and Custom OS. About Onlive Server The Cheap server hosting provider company has garnered a great deal in multiple countries such as France, Germany, USA, Thailand and many more. The entity is much appreciated for the wave of value driven services it brings to practice.

IaaS Provider Worldstream Eyes Further International Expansion with New CEO

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Naaldwijk, The Netherlands – Worldstream, a fast-growing global Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider with more than 15,000 dedicated servers installed in its company-owned data centers in Naaldwijk, the Netherlands, has hired Ivo Roomer (47) as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Mr. Roomer has many years of leadership experience in this industry, including at Eurofiber Group, Leaseweb and Easynet. He succeeds Lennert Vollebregt (33), one of the founders of Worldstream, effective as of September 1, 2020. Mr. Vollebregt will remain closely involved as a shareholder and will be serving on the new Advisory Board to be set up. Over the past 17 years, Ivo Roomer has worked as a manager and board member in various management positions in the field of Sales, Customer Services and Merger & Acquisition. He worked at Leaseweb, Eurofiber Group, Easynet (acquired by Interoute in 2015), VNU Media and energy company E.ON, among other companies. Most recently, Mr. Roomer was responsible for Customer Services within the management team of connectivity provider Eurofiber. Eurofiber Group is a provider of telecommunications and network infrastructure services in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. Ivo Roomer is hired as the new CEO of Worldstream to drive the next stage of growth. It opens a new chapter for the company founded in 2006 by Lennert Vollebregt and Dirk Vromans (CTO). The strategy will be focused on further international expansion – on the growth in personnel numbers and addition of foreign branches, and the implementation of mechanisms to safeguard customer and personnel satisfaction during the company’s international growth path. Worldstream strengthened its management team in 2019 with six board members from their own ranks and hired their CFO from EY. Worldstream founder Lennert Vollebregt now believes the time is right to appoint a seasoned board member as Worldstream’s new CEO, someone with extensive corporate experience. “In recent years, we have been able to build a solid personnel base and a corporate culture that radiates positivity, something that is reflected in the highly professional IaaS services and data center infrastructure we deliver to customers globally,” says Lennert Vollebregt. “We are pleased that Ivo Roomer will be joining us. He is a highly experienced management professional with broad enterprise experience in our industry, but also a real people manager who is capable of preserving our positivity-driven culture and encouraging the entrepreneurial intrinsic motivation of our employees. As a management team, we therefore believe that he is the right person to lead our fast-growing organization and manage the further expansion of Worldstream in the Netherlands and globally in a professional manner.” 90.000 Dedicated Servers, M&A Worldstream intends to expand the current number of dedicated servers for customers in its data centers from 15.000 to 90.000 servers in the next few years. Worldstream already has concrete plans to significantly expand the data center capacity in Naaldwijk, the Netherlands, and thus prepare the capacity for this server growth. The company’s portfolio of IaaS services will also be broadened, including the addition of software-defined functionality through which clients can flexibly set up their IT infrastructures on regional and global scales. Next to that Worldstream has plans to roll out data center capacity and offices elsewhere in the world, in Europe and the United States. As a manager, Ivo Roomer is used to working in organizations with international operations, also outside the Netherlands. From 2010 to 2012, for example, he worked for IaaS provider Leaseweb in Frankfurt. His responsibility back then was to lead the integration and day-to-day operations of Netdirekt, an industry peer which Leaseweb had acquired. “Organizations with minimal growth, that’s not where I can make a difference,” says Ivo Roomer, Worldstream’s new CEO. “A company with high-dynamic growth, that’s what I find challenging and most enjoyable to work with. That’s my habitat. By now I have a lot of experience within the data center, IaaS and telecom industry. These markets by definition often show high-dynamic growth.” “I see a lot of potential for organic growth of the Worldstream organization, but also, for example, for M&A activities, for acquisitions in the industry,” says Roomer. “Fortunately, I am surrounded by a strong management team, with tremendously driven professionals who take their responsibilities and continuously challenge and refine themselves and each other. It’s also a flat organization with little or no hierarchy. That suits me well. I am not a directive leader.” Ivo Roomer holds a Master of Science in Business Administration from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. He also studied for six months in the United States. During his career he further completed several master classes and courses in management at Erasmus University, as well as an M&A and Corporate Strategy program for general managers at INSEAD. Advisory Board, Lennert Vollebregt Taking seat in Worldstream’s Advisory Board to be set up, Lennert Vollebregt will continue to be closely involved in the management strategy of the company and quality assurance by sharing his knowledge and leveraging his many years of entrepreneurial experience. It is expected that the Worldstream Advisory Board will be further expanded at a later date. “As an entrepreneur, I will also be focusing on company shareholdings and supervisory positions in other technology companies, to help them grow as well,” says Vollebregt. “You may think of companies with similar dynamics of technology combined with rapid growth. I am further interested in real estate project development, especially residential real estate, which is also something I’ll be engaged with in the period ahead.” About WorldStream Founded in 2006, WorldStream is headquartered in Naaldwijk, the Netherlands. With currently more than 15,000 dedicated servers installed in its data centers, WorldStream is a security-focused Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) hosting provider delivering highly customizable dedicated servers as well as colocation services and denial-of-service (DDoS) mitigation to customers worldwide. Its customer base includes cloud service providers (CSPs), managed service providers (MSPs), systems integrators (SIs), broadcasters, Internet service providers (ISPs), independent software vendors (ISVs), SMBs and enterprise companies. WorldStream owns a global network with a total capacity of currently 10Tbit/s, with a maximum network utilization of 50 percent to provide customers with high-scalability options and the ability to easily mitigate the impact of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. WorldStream servers are housed in data centers of WorldStream’s sister company Greenhouse Datacenters, who operates two highly energy-efficient data centers in Naaldwijk, the Netherlands.

DCspine Network PoP Now Available in Flagship Data Center Greenhouse Datacenters in the Netherlands

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Naaldwijk, The Netherlands – Greenhouse Datacenters, a colocation data center developer/operator from the Rotterdam/The Hague region in the Netherlands, has expanded its collaboration with DCspine by announcing that DCspine’s network Point-of-Presence (PoP) is now also available in Greenhouse Datacenters flagship facility. The network PoP enables colocation customers in Greenhouse DC 2 to make on-demand connections with more than 70 data centers in the Netherlands and Belgium, 30 of which are in the Amsterdam region. DCspine is a software-defined data center interconnection platform developed by Eurofiber Group, a provider of telecommunications and network infrastructure services in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. This software-defined data center interconnection platform was launched in October 2017. It’s an innovation in which Eurofiber Group has invested millions of euros. Via the network platform users have the flexibility to purchase connectivity for a day, for example, or to scale network capacity up and down instantly if necessary. The availability of the new network PoP in Greenhouse’s flagship data center, Greenhouse DC 2, means an extension of the existing collaboration between DCspine and Greenhouse. Shortly after the establishment of DCspine in 2017, a network PoP was already installed in another of Greenhouse’s data centers, in Greenhouse DC 1. “Since its foundation in 2017, DCspine has proven itself as a stable and ambitious network partner in the Dutch market, with expansion into Belgium since the end of 2019,” says Guido Sip, Chief Commercial Officer of Greenhouse Datacenters. “There is a lot of interest from colocation customers for the on-demand data center interconnection possibilities offered by DCspine. This enables customers to realize scalable connectivity with data centers throughout the Netherlands and internationally in an easily accessible manner. The network PoP in Greenhouse DC 2 is an excellent addition to our connectivity portfolio. It offers customers a great deal of flexibility and also extensive possibilities for creating redundancy.” Data Centers in the Netherlands “A strong networked system is important for colocation data centers, especially when it comes to enterprise customers and cloud service providers seeking maximum redundancy and flexibility for their IT infrastructures while pursuing cost efficiencies,” says Jan Michiel Berkel, Director of DCspine. “It’s great to notice that Greenhouse recognizes the value of DC-spine’s software-defined connectivity and functionality. Greenhouse is also one of the few data center providers available for co-locating IT infrastructures in the Hague/Rotterdam region, even though there’s a lot of activity here, also from international enterprises with their headquarters located in this area.” “The network ecosystem within Greenhouse DC 1 and Greenhouse DC 2 is already very comprehensive,” says Guido Sip. “It fits the ‘Westland’ mentality of our organization however to provide colocation customers with a lot of value for money. As a region close to Rotterdam and The Hague, Westland is well-known for its greenhouses and worldwide exports of high-quality flowers and plants. DCspine adds enormous networking possibilities to the connectivity already available in our flagship data center here. DCspine enables us to easily connect customers from the Westland with data centers throughout the country. In addition, DCspine is an organization able to act quickly and flexible. Like us, they are practical-oriented and straightforward. This is also where we have a good match. It is something that suits the Westland character of Greenhouse. We are pleased that we can now offer DCspine in Greenhouse DC 2.” About DCspine DCspine, an innovation of the Eurofiber Group, is a fully automated online network platform offering high capacity data center interconnection based on software-defined network technology. DCspine focuses primarily on data centers and on cloud service providers (CSPs) operating from colocation data centers. The network platform connects more than 70 data centers in the Netherlands and Belgium. DCspine uses flexible contract conditions, allowing customers to order one or more connections at any time. Customers have also on-demand the ability to scale up and down, make network modifications or cancel their commitment. To learn more about DCspine, visit: https://www.dcspine.nl/en/.

Affiliate Marketing for Beginners – A Step by Step Guide to Affiliate Marketing

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Most bloggers and YouTubers start off by talking about their niche or topic of interest, thinking that they will make their channel/blog a vast community and earn some money. In a bid to do the same, they rely on Google’s AdSense or YouTube, which, in the very beginning, helps them make money to some extent. However, these sources have their very own limitations, which may reduce the scope of any passionate blogger or Youtuber to earn more money online.  Hence, most bloggers and YouTubers choose to become an affiliate by partnering with a renowned brand and market their products online by talking to the relevant audience, which is why, in today’s day and age, affiliate marketing is picking up and how! Interesting right? Which is why it becomes even more critical for such enthusiasts to learn affiliate marketing.  This article seeks to give a step-by-step guide to affiliate marketing for beginners, basics of affiliate marketing, its benefits, some tips for affiliate marketing for beginners, and the best way to start affiliate marketing. It will also cover other aspects such as dos and don’ts, when you become an affiliate marketer and how to become one with ResellerClub. So, without much delay, let us understand-  What is affiliate marketing?  Affiliate marketing is nothing but a modern interpretation of an old school idea- get a commission on a sale. It is the very basic of affiliate marketing. You are affiliated with a brand to promote their products or services. So, as an affiliate, your job is to introduce the brand’s products and services relevant to your readers by leveraging your expertise. And based on a sale, you get a commission from the brand. It is that easy! But how does it work?  Your blog or website already talks about something, right? Let’s say hosting or domains or any other product or service. All you need to do is place a unique affiliate code given by the brand/company to you on the article or content that they want to promote after you sign up for their program. When your readers are interested or attracted to the content and click on that link to buy the product, they will be redirected to the brand’s products and services. If they like the offerings and buy something, the brand will know that the sale has happened through your website, and that’s how you end up getting the commission. Brilliant, right?  Great! So what are the things I need to be aware of before I become an affiliate? So, like we said, as an affiliate, you need to introduce a brand’s offerings that are relevant to your audience. But, before you become an affiliate, here is what you need to know-  You and the brand should ideally get into an informal agreement, an affiliate agreement, where you decide the terms and conditions both parties agree to- commissions, payouts, percentage slabs on performance, legalities, etc. You might read about these terms and formalities at the brand’ s/merchant’s website under their affiliate program.  This was at a basic level of what affiliate marketing is and what you need to know before becoming an affiliate. Apart from making money online, there are many advantages of affiliate marketing per se. Here are some-  Benefits of affiliate marketing Affiliate, for beginners, grew as a channel, but later with time, it started becoming a part-time career for many people around the world. Apart from the fact that it acts as another source of income, here are a few advantages: Affiliate marketing is a low investment deal for affiliates- This holds because all you need is a blogging platform or a youtube channel to talk about, and getting either of the two is free or requires very little investment.  It’s a major marketing channel that is used by the biggest of the brands. Affiliate marketing is a very flexible and independent business- This attracts many professionals and freelancers because they don’t have to set up anything or even be at their desks all the time. Post your content with the code, and the rest is taken care of. Marketing kit is right at your disposal- The brand/merchant usually provides you with all the collateral required to promote their offerings.  The best way to earn passive income- As we mentioned before, this is perhaps one of the easiest ways to make money.  Surely with this, becoming an affiliate sounds great, right? So why don’t we understand how to become an affiliate. Allow us to give you a step by step guide to affiliate marketing for beginners-  How to start affiliate marketing for beginners 1. Choose a platform- In theory, you can choose any platform that you want to when you want to become an affiliate marketer. It could be Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, or even your blog. If you already have a good amount of traffic or subscribers on your platform, you can start by putting affiliate links. But ensure that your blog or YouTube channel is also optimized for the search engines because that will inevitably help you get more traction.  2. Decide your niche for content – It is true that the affiliate space is crowded. So, to stand out, choose your niche wisely. Talk about what interests you but also make sure that it grabs the eyeballs of a specific audience. This way, it will be easy for you to rank better in the search engines. Also, you need not be a subject matter expert. You can read about the topic and document what you learned. At times documented content is the best content, so ensure that you have decided on your niche first and then start. 3. Finding the right program- There are different types of affiliate programs. Some have high payouts, but the low volume (of customers), some are low paying but have high volume, and some are high volume high payout programs. Before choosing a program based on the affiliate structure of volume/payout, check what your niche is all about and it’s kind of traction. Based on this, you can choose an affiliate program for yourself.  Also, check the product’s reputation and the brand that’s offering the product by searching about it on Google before selecting an affiliate program. One of the best ways of affiliate marketing for beginners is to join bigger affiliate networks if you want to. This will help other brands notice you and understand what you have to offer. It also serves as a great platform to hunt different clients for affiliates.  Another option you may want to try out is by personally reaching out to companies. By all means, you have many options for getting in touch with a brand that understands your niche.  4. Creating content and driving relevant traffic to your site/channel- As we mentioned earlier, you don’t have to be an expert on the topic. In the best-case scenario, talk about it interestingly. That is more likely to get you the commissions you need.  Create content that excites users. Make your content actionable and ensure that you answer the 5Ws and 1H (what, when, why, where, who, and how) to understand your audiences’ wants and desires. Provide content that educates and entertains your readers and not just talks about the product or the brand per se. There has to be a final takeaway for your audience. This will lay the foundation for your content and then also help you understand where and how you need to plug-in the product or service.  You can use different marketing tactics to get more traffic if you want, such as SEM or SEO or some such. The bottom line is you can do this by yourself without really needing any special knowledge about the topic.  5.Clicks and sales conversion Once you are done writing or talking about your content, it is of utmost importance that you place the product links correctly. That will eventually drive sales and commissions for you when it comes to affiliate marketing. So here is what you need to do if you are writing a blog, always talk about the product or service in this way-  Today, I will be reviewing hosting products that you can buy from (brand name) at USD 30. They are productname1, productname2, and productname3.  This format is easier, and also, the readers or viewers can understand better, and if they need to click on it, they can.  Most importantly, ensure that you are placing the right promo code and linking it to the right product of the brand you are promoting.  Setting yourself up as an affiliate Now that you have understood the basics of affiliate marketing with a step by step guide that we shared, here is the best way to start affiliate marketing and set yourself up with basic dos and don’ts-  Things you will need- As mentioned, you will need your platform to start as an affiliate. It could be a blog, YouTube channel, or even social media handles. Apart from this, you will also need the content/campaign promo material, promo code, and collateral from the brand that needs to be advertised on your channel.  Do’s and don’ts- Always promote a product you like talking about or have a strong liking or passion for because that seeps into your content, and it becomes easier for you to sell and even promote. Don’t just do it for a commission, which you won’t get if a sale is not made. Also, understand the terms and conditions of your brand partner/merchant’s services and ensure that you understand each other’s expectations.  Also, don’t overdo the banners or collateral material shared with you thinking that you will get more commissions. It is always sales-based, and the better you present your content, the higher the chances of conversion.  We hope this article informed you of everything you needed to know about becoming an affiliate. If you want to kickstart this process, you can also become an affiliate with ResellerClub and promote their hosting products and services on your blog, YouTube channel, or social media.  Some of the benefits of becoming a ResellerClub affiliate are as follows Timely payouts- Based on the deal you have with our team, you will be given payouts based on the decided commission.  Dedicated affiliate manager- This person will be there to co-ordinate and help you with what products need to be promoted, etc. In this way, you will have a single point to contact to take you through everything.  Amazing tracking system- One of the key areas where most affiliate marketing faces hurdles is tracking and attributing the traffic and sales coming on the merchant’s website. We have those checks in place, thanks to Impact Radius, that helps us track the performance of our affiliates. Ready collaterals for promotion-  All the marketing material you need will be available to you.  Thank you so much for reading Affiliate Marketing for beginners- A step by step guide to affiliate marketing. With this, we hope that we have addressed every aspect of affiliate marketing, right from the basics of affiliate marketing to a step by step guide to affiliate marketing as well as how to start affiliate marketing for beginners. If you have any other doubts with respect to affiliate marketing or even with accordance to how to start affiliate marketing for beginners, please leave your queries below or reach us at affiliates@resellerclub.com .fb_iframe_widget_fluid_desktop iframe { width: 100% !important; } The post Affiliate Marketing for Beginners – A Step by Step Guide to Affiliate Marketing appeared first on ResellerClub Blog.

How Will COVID-19 Impact eCommerce This Holiday Season? (3 Predictions)

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The post How Will COVID-19 Impact eCommerce This Holiday Season? (3 Predictions) appeared first on HostGator Blog. Retailers know that winter holiday gift shopping is what keeps the industry going, and until this year, holiday sales figures were on a roll, steadily climbing year after year.  Now, though, many consumers say they’re not sure if they’ll spend as much in 2020 as in years past. Some are already committed to spending less. And many say they’ve made big changes in how they plan to shop for holiday gifts this year. Here’s what small online retailers need to know now about consumers’ holiday 2020 spending plans, popular gift categories and potential changes to major sales days. Use this info to plan your holiday season marketing, product selection, pricing, and promotions. eCommerce looks different this year. Ordinarily, the holiday season is the big event retailers spend all year preparing for. The sheer volume of site traffic, orders, and fulfillment requests pushes many sellers to their limit. Think of it as the big marathon you’ve been training for. But things are different now. What’s changing? With many stores closed and people sheltering at home, everyday eCommerce volume is way, way up over previous years. Every day in April, for example, eCommerce sites overall had more traffic than they did on Black Friday 2019, the most popular shopping day of the holiday season. That’s like running a marathon a day since shutdowns began. What do the changes mean? Does this mean your holiday season will be even bigger than in a regular year? Or will consumers tap out their budgets before the holidays? No one’s really sure yet, because factors like pent-up demand from consumers who’ve so far escaped financial damage may drive holiday sales.  However, it’s a safe bet that if your customers are already price-sensitive, they will be even more so this winter. In early 2020, 42% of consumers said they made their 2019 online purchases based on price, and 24% said they never paid full price online. That survey was taken when unemployment was at a 50-year low. Now, it’s close to 11%.  What you can do now Review your metrics to see if  Your bestsellers have changed from more to less expensive items.Your discount offers are getting more conversions than during the same time last year.The price points on your customers’ most recent wishlist items have dropped. This data can show you if your customers are scaling back their spending and searching for more deals. If so, they’ll probably expect great deals and the lowest possible prices during the holidays.  Focus on products that fit your customers’ price range and wishlist trends. And start planning your discount offers, free shipping, and other promotions to keep your holiday shoppers happy. The holiday sales calendar might get weird. In previous years, more than a third of consumers started their holiday gift-buying before November. But the long weekend that includes Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday accounted for a huge proportion of eCommerce and retail sales. This graph from the 2019 National Retail Federation holiday consumer survey shows how things usually go: What’s changing? In-store Black Friday sales almost certainly won’t be anything like the crowded events of yesteryear. Macy’s, and presumably other retailers, are looking at buy-online, pickup-curbside options to reduce in-store crowding, and more shoppers may stick to buying online instead of returning to physical stores. That could mean even more website traffic on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The biggest unknown right now is when Amazon Prime Day will happen. From 2015 until last July, Prime Day was the biggest online shopping event of the summer, racking up more than $7 billion in sales in 2019. This year, the eCommerce giant has postponed Prime Day until the fall, possibly in early October.  What do the changes mean? What happens when you move a $7 billion, single-retailer sales event to the month before Black Friday? No one can say for sure, but if shoppers grab holiday gifts then, they may spend less on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. What you can do now Watch for Amazon’s announcement of its 2020 Prime Day date. Start thinking about promotions you could run at the same time as Prime Day, to encourage your customers to stick with you.  If you’re not already offering your products on Amazon as well as your own website, consider getting started so you can get in on the Prime Day frenzy, whenever it happens. And now’s a good time to make sure your hosting plan can scale up to accommodate any surges in traffic this holiday season. Bestselling product categories may change this year. Some of the products that seem to always make the top 10 list for holiday gift-giving may not do as well this year. Consider this list from the NRF 2019 holiday consumer survey: Clothing may still do well because of seasonal shifts and holiday traditions. Now more than ever, we need matching flannel pajamas for lounging at home in style, for example. Books and media, toys and food all seem like safe, comforting bets for holiday gifting. What’s changing? Jewelry sales haven’t fared well since the start of the pandemic, with retailers ranging from Kay to Tiffany reporting big sales drops. It’s unclear whether shoppers will shift gears and treat their loved ones to jewelry during the holidays. Demand for cash has been dropping, too, since the CDC recommended that retail workers avoid handling it.  What do the changes mean? To avoid gifting cash, shoppers may buy more gift cards this holiday season. Gift cards are already gaining popularity with shoppers looking to support their favorite local businesses. Google has even added a way for shoppers to buy gift cards from retailers’ Google My Business profiles. As for jewelry, sales aren’t down in all markets. Chinese shoppers are the bright spot for jewelry and other luxury brands right now, according to CNN Business, as their economy starts to recover from the initial impact of the pandemic. What you can do now Keep tabs on sales trends for each of your product categories as the holidays approach. Think about discounts and promotions that could boost slower-selling items you have in-stock. Offer gift cards and plan gift card promotions for the holidays.  If your store offers products that are selling slowly at home but faster abroad, you may want to start selling across borders to boost your revenue. International marketplaces can be an easy tool for  building a customer base overseas. What else do consumers expect when they shop for the holidays? Online stores that load fast, don’t crash and protect their data. If you need to upgrade your hosting plan, now’s the time. Get started with HostGator today. Find the post on the HostGator Blog

Cloudflare Network Interconnection Partnerships Launch

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Today we’re excited to announce Cloudflare’s Network Interconnection Partner Program, in support of our new CNI product. As ever more enterprises turn to Cloudflare to secure and accelerate their branch and core networks, the ability to connect privately and securely becomes increasingly important. Today's announcement significantly increases the interconnection options for our customers, allowing them to connect with us in the location of their choice using the method or vendors they prefer. In addition to our physical locations, our customers can now interconnect with us at any of 23 metro areas across five continents using software-defined layer 2 networking technology. Following the recent release of CNI (which includes PNI support for Magic Transit), customers can now order layer 3 DDoS protection in any of the markets below, without requiring physical cross connects, providing private and secure links, with simpler setup.Launch PartnersWe’re very excited to announce that five of the world's premier interconnect platforms are available at launch. Console Connect by PCCW Global in 14 locations, Megaport in 14 locations, PacketFabric in 15 locations, Equinix ECX Fabric™ in 8 locations and Zayo Tranzact in 3 locations, spanning North America, Europe, Asia, Oceania and Africa. What is an Interconnection Platform?Like much of the networking world, there are many terms in the interconnection space for the same thing: Cloud Exchange, Virtual Cross Connect Platform and Interconnection Platform are all synonyms. They are platforms that allow two networks to interconnect privately at layer 2, without requiring additional physical cabling. Instead the customer can order a port and a virtual connection on a dashboard, and the interconnection ‘fabric’ will establish the connection. Since many large customers are already connected to these fabrics for their connections to traditional Cloud providers, it is a very convenient method to establish private connectivity with Cloudflare.Why interconnect virtually?Cloudflare has an extensive peering infrastructure and already has private links to thousands of other networks. Virtual private interconnection is particularly attractive to customers with strict security postures and demanding performance requirements, but without the added burden of ordering and managing additional physical cross connects and expanding their physical infrastructure.Key Benefits of Interconnection PlatformsSecureSimilar to physical PNI, traffic does not pass across the Internet. Rather, it flows from the customer router, to the Interconnection Platform’s network and ultimately to Cloudflare. So while there is still some element of shared infrastructure, it’s not over the public Internet.EfficientModern PNIs are typically a minimum of 1Gbps, but if you have the security motivation without the sustained 1Gbps data transfer rates, then you will have idle capacity. Virtual connections provide for “sub-rate” speeds, which means less than 1Gbps, such as 100Mbps, meaning you only pay for what you use. Most providers also allow some level of “burstiness”, which is to say you can exceed that 100Mbps limit for short periods.PerformanceBy avoiding the public Internet, virtual links avoid Internet congestion.PriceThe major cloud providers typically have different pricing for egressing data to the Internet compared to an Interconnect Platform. By connecting to your cloud via an Interconnect Partner, you can benefit from those reduced egress fees between your cloud and the Interconnection Platform. This builds on our Bandwidth Alliance to give customers more options to continue to drive down their network costs.Less OverheadBy virtualizing, you reduce physical cable management to just one connection into the Interconnection Platform. From there, everything defined and managed in software. For example, ordering a 100Mbps link to Cloudflare can be a few clicks in a Dashboard, as would be a 100Mbps link into Salesforce.Data Center IndependenceIs your infrastructure in the same metro, but in a different facility to Cloudflare? An Interconnection Platform can bring us together without the need for additional physical links.Where can I connect?In any of our physical facilitiesIn any of the 23 metro areas where we are currently connected to an Interconnection Platform (see below)If you’d like to connect virtually in a location not yet listed below, simply get in touch via our interconnection page and we’ll work out the best way to connect.Metro AreasThe metro areas below have currently active connections. New providers and locations can be turned up on request.What’s next?Our customers have been asking for direct on-ramps to our global network for a long time and we’re excited to deliver that today with both physical and virtual connectivity of the world’s leading interconnection Platforms.Already a Cloudflare customer and connected with one of our Interconnection partners? Then contact your account team today to get connected and benefit from improved reliability, security and privacy of Cloudflare Network Interconnect via our interconnection partners.Are you an Interconnection Platform with customers demanding direct connectivity to Cloudflare? Head to our partner program page and click “Become a partner”. We’ll continue to add platforms and partners according to customer demand."Equinix and Cloudflare share the vision of software-defined, virtualized and API-driven network connections. The availability of Cloudflare on the Equinix Cloud Exchange Fabric demonstrates that shared vision and we’re excited to offer it to our joint customers today." – Joseph Harding, Equinix, Vice President, Global Product & Platform MarketingSoftware Developer "Cloudflare and Megaport are driven to offer greater flexibility to our customers. In addition to accessing Cloudflare’s platform on Megaport’s global internet exchange service, customers can now provision on-demand, secure connections through our Software Defined Network directly to Cloudflare Network Interconnect on-ramps globally. With over 700 enabled data centres in 23 countries, Megaport extends the reach of CNI onramps to the locations where enterprises house their critical IT infrastructure. Because Cloudflare is interconnected with our SDN, customers can point, click, and connect in real time. We’re delighted to grow our partnership with Cloudflare and bring CNI to our services ecosystem — allowing customers to build multi-service, securely-connected IT architectures in a matter of minutes." – Matt Simpson, Megaport, VP of Cloud Services “The ability to self-provision direct connections to Cloudflare’s network from Console Connect is a powerful tool for enterprises as they come to terms with new demands on their networks. We are really excited to bring together Cloudflare’s industry-leading solutions with PCCW Global’s high-performance network on the Console Connect platform, which will deliver much higher levels of network security and performance to businesses worldwide.” – Michael Glynn, PCCW Global, VP of Digital Automated Innovation "Our customers can now connect to Cloudflare via a private, secure, and dedicated connection via the PacketFabric Marketplace. PacketFabric is proud to be the launch partner for Cloudflare's Interconnection program. Our large U.S. footprint provides the reach and density that Cloudflare customers need." – Dave Ward, PacketFabric CEO

Introducing Cloudflare Network Interconnect

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Today we’re excited to announce Cloudflare Network Interconnect (CNI). CNI allows our customers to interconnect branch and HQ locations directly with Cloudflare wherever they are, bringing Cloudflare’s full suite of network functions to their physical network edge. Using CNI to interconnect provides security, reliability, and performance benefits vs. using the public Internet to connect to Cloudflare. And because of Cloudflare’s global network reach, connecting to our network is straightforward no matter where on the planet your infrastructure and employees are.At its most basic level, an interconnect is a link between two networks. Today, we’re offering customers the following options to interconnect with Cloudflare’s network:Via a private network interconnect (PNI). A physical cable (or a virtual “pseudo-wire”; more on that later) that connects two networks.Over an Internet Exchange (IX). A common switch fabric where multiple Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and Internet networks can interconnect with each other.To use a real world analogy: Cloudflare over the years has built a network of highways across the Internet to handle all our customers' traffic. We’re now providing dedicated on-ramps for our customers’ on-prem networks to get onto those highways.Why interconnect with Cloudflare?CNI provides more reliable, faster, and more private connectivity between your infrastructure and Cloudflare’s. This delivers benefits across our product suite. Here are some examples of specific products and how you can combine them with CNI:Cloudflare Access: Cloudflare Access replaces corporate VPNs with Cloudflare’s network. Instead of placing internal tools on a private network, teams deploy them in any environment, including hybrid or multi-cloud models, and secure them consistently with Cloudflare’s network. CNI allows you to bring your own MPLS network to meet ours, allowing your employees to connect to your network securely and quickly no matter where they are.CDN: Cloudflare’s CDN places content closer to visitors, improving site speed while minimizing origin load. CNI improves cache fill performance and reduces costs.Magic Transit: Magic Transit protects datacenter and branch networks from unwanted attack and malicious traffic. Pairing Magic Transit with CNI decreases jitter and drives throughput improvements, and further hardens infrastructure from attack.Cloudflare Workers: Workers is Cloudflare’s serverless compute platform. Integrating with CNI provides a secure connection to serverless cloud compute that does not traverse the public Internet, allowing customers to use Cloudflare’s unique set of Workers services with tighter network performance tolerances.Let’s talk more about how CNI delivers these benefits.Improving performance through interconnectionCNI is a great way to boost performance for many existing Cloudflare products. By utilizing CNI and setting up interconnection with Cloudflare wherever a customer’s origin infrastructure is, customers can get increased performance and security at lower cost than using public transit providers.CNI makes things fasterAs an example of the performance improvements network interconnects can deliver for Cloudflare customers, consider an HTTP application workload which flows through Cloudflare’s CDN and WAF. Many of our customers rely on our CDN to make their HTTP applications more responsive.Cloudflare caches content very close to end users to provide the best performance possible. But, if content is not in cache, Cloudflare edge PoPs must contact the origin server to retrieve cacheable content. This can be slow, and places more load on an origin server compared to serving directly from cache. With CNI, these origin pulls can be completed over a dedicated link, improving throughput and reducing overall time needed for origin pulls. Using Argo Tiered Cache, customers can manage tiered cache topologies and specify upstream cache tiers that correspond with locations where network interconnects are in place. Using Tiered Cache in this fashion lowers origin loads and increases cache hit rates, thereby improving performance and reducing origin infrastructures costs.Here’s anonymized and sampled data from a real Cloudflare customer who recently provisioned interconnections between our network and theirs to further improve performance. Heavy users of our CDN, they were able to shave off precious milliseconds from their origin round trip time (RTT) by adding PNIs in multiple locations.As an example, their 90th percentile round trip time in Warsaw, Poland decreased by 6.5ms as a result of provisioning a private network interconnect (from 7.5ms to 1ms), which is a performance win of 87%!  The jitter (variation in delay in received packets) on the link decreased from 82.9 to 0.3, which speaks to the dedicated, reliable nature of the link. CNI helps deliver reliable and performant network connectivity to your customers and employees.Enhanced security through private connectivityCustomers with large on-premise networks want to move to the cloud: it’s cheaper, less hassle, and less overhead and maintenance.  However, customers want to also preserve their existing security and threat models.Traditionally, CIOs trying to connect their IP networks to the Internet do so in two steps:Source connectivity to the Internet from transit providers (ISPs).Purchase, operate, and maintain network function specific hardware appliances. Think hardware load balancers, firewalls, DDoS mitigation equipment, WAN optimization, and more.CNI allows CIOs to provision security services on Cloudflare and connect their existing networks to Cloudflare in a way that bypasses the public Internet.  Because Cloudflare integrates with on-premise networks and the cloud, customers can enforce security policies across both networks and create a consistent, secure boundary.CNI increases cloud and network security by providing a private, dedicated link to the Cloudflare network. Since this link is reserved exclusively for the customer that provisions it, the customer’s traffic is isolated and private.CNI + Magic Transit: Removing public Internet exposureTo use a product-specific example: through CNI’s integration with Magic Transit, customers can take advantage of private connectivity to minimize exposure of their network to the public Internet.Magic Transit attracts customers’ IP traffic to our data centers by advertising their IP addresses from our edge via BGP. When traffic arrives, it’s filtered and sent along to customers’ data centers. Before CNI, all Magic Transit traffic was sent from Cloudflare to customers via Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) tunnels over the Internet. Because GRE endpoints are publicly routable, there is some risk these endpoints could be discovered and attacked, bypassing Cloudflare’s DDoS mitigation and security tools.Using CNI removes this exposure to the Internet. Advantages of using CNI with Magic Transit include:Reduced threat exposure. Although there are many steps companies can take to increase network security, some risk-sensitive organizations prefer not to expose endpoints to the public Internet at all. CNI allows Cloudflare to absorb that risk and forward only clean traffic (via Magic Transit) through a truly private interface.Increased reliability. Traffic traveling over the public Internet is subject to factors outside of your control, including latency and packet loss on intermediate networks. Removing steps between Cloudflare’s network and yours means that after Magic Transit processes traffic, it’s forwarded directly and reliably to your network.Simplified configuration. Soon, Magic Transit + CNI customers will have the option to skip making MSS (maximum segment size) changes when onboarding, a step that’s required for GRE-over-Internet and can be challenging for customers who need to consider their downstream customers’ MSS as well (eg. service providers).Example deployment: Penguin Corp uses Cloudflare for Teams, Magic Transit, and CNI to protect branch and core networks, and employees.Imagine Penguin Corp, a hypothetical company, has a fully connected private MPLS network.  Maintaining their network is difficult and they have a dedicated team of network engineers to do this.  They are currently paying a lot of money to run their own private cloud. To minimize costs, they limit their network egress points to two worldwide.  This creates a major performance problem for their users, whose bits have to travel a long way to accomplish basic tasks while still traversing Penguin’s network boundary.SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) models look attractive to them, because they can, in theory, move away from their traditional MPLS network and move towards the cloud.  SASE deployments provide firewall, DDoS mitigation, and encryption services at the network edge, and bring security as a service to any cloud deployment, as seen in the diagram below:CNI allows Penguin to use Cloudflare as their true network edge, hermetically sealing their branch office locations and datacenters from the Internet. Penguin can adapt to a SASE-like model while keeping exposure to the public Internet at zero. Penguin establishes PNIs with Cloudflare from their branch office in San Jose to Cloudflare’s San Jose location to take advantage of Cloudflare for Teams, and from their core colocation facility in Austin to Cloudflare’s Dallas location to use Magic Transit to protect their core networks. Like Magic Transit, Cloudflare for Teams replaces traditional security hardware on-premise with Cloudflare’s global network. Customers who relied on VPN appliances to reach internal applications can instead connect securely through Cloudflare Access. Organizations maintaining physical web gateway boxes can send Internet-bound traffic to Cloudflare Gateway for filtering and logging.Cloudflare for Teams services run in every Cloudflare data center, bringing filtering and authentication closer to your users and locations to avoid compromising performance. CNI improves that even further with a direct connection from your offices to Cloudflare. With a simple configuration change, all branch traffic reaches Cloudflare’s edge where Cloudflare for Teams policies can be applied. The link improves speed and reliability for users and replaces the need to backhaul traffic to centralized filtering appliances.Once interconnected this way, Penguin’s network and employees realize two benefits:They get to use Cloudflare’s full set of security services without having to provision expensive and centralized physical or virtualized network appliances.Their security and performance services are running across Cloudflare’s global network in over 200 cities. This brings performance and usability improvements for users by putting security functions closer to them.Scalable, global, and flexible interconnection optionsCNI offers a big benefit to customers because it allows them to take advantage of our global footprint spanning 200+ cities: their branch office and datacenter infrastructure can connect to Cloudflare wherever they are.This matters for two reasons: our globally distributed network makes it easier to interconnect locally, no matter where a customer’s branches and core infrastructure is, and allows for a globally distributed workforce to interact with our edge network with low latency and improved performance. Customers don’t have to worry about securely expanding their network footprint: that’s our job.To this point, global companies need to interconnect at many points around the world. Cloudflare Network Interconnect is priced for global network scale: Cloudflare doesn't charge anything for enterprise customers to provision CNI. Customers may need to pay for access to an interconnection platform or a datacenter cross-connect. We’ll work with you and any other parties involved to make the ordering and provisioning process as smooth as possible.In other words, CNI’s pricing is designed to accommodate complicated enterprise network topologies and modern IT budgets.How to interconnectCustomers can interconnect with Cloudflare in one of three ways: over a private network interconnect (PNI), over an IX, or through one of our interconnection platform partners. We have worked closely with our global partners to meet our customers where they are and how they want.Private Network InterconnectsPrivate Network Interconnects are available at any of our listed private peering facilities. Getting a physical connection to Cloudflare is easy: specify where you want to connect, port speeds, and target VLANs. From there, we’ll authorize it, you’ll place the order, and let us do the rest.  Customers should choose PNI as their connectivity option if they want higher throughput than a virtual connection or connection over an IX, or want to eliminate as many intermediaries from an interconnect as possible.Internet ExchangesCustomers who want to use existing Internet Exchanges can interconnect with us at any of the 235+ Internet Exchanges we participate in. To connect with Cloudflare via an Internet Exchange, follow the IX’s instructions to connect, and Cloudflare will spin up our side of the connection.  Customers should choose Internet Exchanges as their connectivity option if they are either already peered at an IX, or they want to interconnect in a place where an interconnection platform isn’t present.Interconnection Platform PartnersCloudflare is proud to be partnering with Equinix, Megaport, PCCW ConsoleConnect, PacketFabric, and Zayo to provide you with easy ways to virtually connect with us in any of the partner-supported locations. Customers should choose to connect with an interconnection platform if they are already using these providers or want a quick and easy way to onboard onto a secure cloud experience.If you’re interested in learning more, please see this blog post about all the different ways you can interconnect. For all of the interconnect methodologies described above, the BGP session establishment and IP routing are the same. The only thing that is different is the physical way in which we interconnect with other networks.How do I find the best places to interconnect?Our product page for CNI includes tools to better understand the right places for your network to interconnect with ours.  Customers can use this data to help figure out the optimal place to interconnect to have the most connectivity with other cloud providers and other ISPs in general.What’s the difference between CNI and peering?Technically, peering and CNI use similar mechanisms and technical implementations behind the scenes. We have had an open peering policy for years with any network and will continue to abide by that policy: it allows us to help build a better Internet for everyone by interconnecting networks together, making the Internet more reliable. Traditional networks use interconnect/peering to drive better performance for their customers and connectivity while driving down costs. With CNI, we are opening up our infrastructure to extend the same benefits to our customers as well.How do I learn more?CNI provides customers with better performance, reliability, scalability, and security than using the public Internet. A customer can interconnect with Cloudflare in any of our physical locations today, getting dedicated links to Cloudflare that deliver security benefits and more stable latency, jitter, and available bandwidth through each interconnection point.Contact our enterprise sales team about adding Cloudflare Network Interconnect to your existing offerings.

Building a Landing Page that Converts

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Nowadays, almost all businesses are trying to make a mark in the digital space with their customised websites. To make your website noteworthy, it should be genuine, secure and offer the best content to your visitors. There are several ways to make sure your website is worth remembering, and your landing page is one amongst […] The post Building a Landing Page that Converts appeared first on HostGator India Blog.

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