Adapting to the unexpected as a community organizer

(Note: This interview took place prior to the enforced COVID-19 guidelines around self-isolation, quarantining and social distancing.) Hey, howdy, hi, and welcome! My name is Allie Nimmons. I’m a WordPress and WordCamp enthusiast. I own a small WordPress maintenance business, work for a WordPress plugin company. I also speak at …

Lifestyle Tip for Entrepreneurs: Guide on Picking the Appropriate Vacuum

Life has been said to be a summation of choices and preferences. Most of the time, these personal preferences have positive outcomes when made on an informed basis. Blind preference is self-destructive. There are many vacuum brands out there and you cannot simply go shopping without having knowledge of the …

GoDaddy and Kabbage partnership gives entrepreneurs easy access to capital

When it comes to iconic partnerships, a few examples immediately come to mind. Peanut butter and jelly. Chips and salsa. Peas and carrots. And now, GoDaddy and Kabbage. GoDaddy is announcing its strategic partnership with Kabbage, Inc., a data and technology company committed to providing small businesses cash flow solutions. …

How to use social media to generate interest in your newest inventions in 4 steps

Social media is a great way to generate interest in your newest inventions, but just like every form of online marketing, there are right ways and wrong ways in terms of strategy and execution. There is a lot of information available online regarding social media best practices, from Facebook marketing tips to …

How to support local businesses in the new normal

This article originally published on GoDaddy’s OpenWeStand.org website. Small businesses across the country have been drastically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business Coronavirus Impact Poll, 70% of small businesses are concerned about long-term financial hardship while 58% worry about having to permanently …