Pay Per Click Advertising (PPC) is an efficient method of driving relevant traffic to your website. It allows your company to advertise to a vast audience and only pay when those who are truly interested in your product click on the link to enter your website. PPC ads can appear above, to the right of, or below the organic search results.
Before you begin, it’s of utmost importance that marketers identify their business goals. Is the sale/purchase the most important aspect of the site or is it persuading a lead? After you identify your goals and establish a game plan of action, go ahead and get started!
Today’s post focuses on Google Adwords and getting started in three easy steps.
Step 1) Create an account Learn More
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If your company has a VPN network and you need to be connected on the road to it, you can do it if you have an Android mobile phone (can be done in other devices too). Most Android devices have a built in VPN client installed; you just need to set up the connection.
Difficulty level: Easy
1. Go to Settings -> Wireless & Networks -> VPN Settings -> Set up and manage Virtual Private Networks. Learn More
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Many people who have Android phones wish to access their emails at any time while on the go. However, manually configuring an email account is often tricky. This article will give you a step by step guide on how to manually configure your email account on your Android phone.
The hardest part of configuring your email account manually is knowing what information you need to enter. Once you have the information, configuring the rest of your account is very easy! Therefore, before we begin, let’s figure out what information we need!
Email address: the email address for the account that you are trying to set up
Password: the password for the email address that you are setting up
Server name: mail.YourDomain.com (ex: mail.Arvixe.com) If mail.YourDomain.com doesn’t work, you will find this information in your webmail login under Settings then Email Accounts.
Incoming and Outgoing Server Ports: For the incoming server, this may be 143. For the outgoing server, this may be 25. If port 143 or 25 does not work, you can easily find this information in your webmail login under Settings then Email Accounts.
Now that we have the information ready, let’s set up the email account on your Android phone!
1) Go to Settings
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