Juliette Anderson

Juliette Anderson

Juliette Anderson is an Outreach Community Specialist for an e-commerce fulfillment company that specializes in partnering with online sellers who have an average parcel weight of 5+ pounds or greater. She works hand-in-hand with e-commerce stores to achieve optimal sales for four years already. Her specialty lies in social media marketing and paid promotions.

Posts by Juliette Anderson

8 Things To Consider When Designing And Developing A Website For Your Business
by Juliette Anderson - 2023-03-28 10:50:00 in General Information

If you’re thinking of scaling your business, a website is a great tool that you can use in your arsenal to get that growth. Having a site allows you to showcase your products and services and helps you gain more credibility and more customers.


8 Effective Tips For Building Your First Small Business Website
by Juliette Anderson - 2023-03-21 07:13:31 in General Information

Your small business site is one of the most important parts of your business. It’s one of the first places where prospects will discover and decide whether or not to do business with you.


Beginner's Guide: What You Should Know Before Creating Your WordPress Website
by Juliette Anderson - 2023-01-11 09:20:13 in Basics

Creating a WordPress website is an excellent way to get your business or personal brand online quickly and easily. With WordPress, you can create a professional-looking website without the need for coding knowledge or expensive software. WordPress offers an array of features that make it easy to customize and update your website, allowing you to keep up with the ever-changing digital landscape.


8 Common Backend Security Risks And How To Prevent Them
by Juliette Anderson - 2023-01-03 13:17:40 in Technical Support

Your network’s backend contains several web applications that keep your network running. Thus, any negligence or errors in handling even the most minor backend web applications leads to security breaches that could hurt your network.


How To Configure Redis In WordPress
by Juliette Anderson - 2022-11-08 06:42:35 in General Information

Redis is a data structure server that implements an advanced key-value database. Its high performance and scalability make it ideal for applications with heavy read, write, or user load requirements. It can be used as a small-scale cache for your WordPress site, but also as a full-blown caching backend solution for storing static content such as images and stylesheets. In this article, we'll show you how to configure Redis in WordPress using the Object Cache plugin.


Top 7 Features And Benefits Of Accounting Software
by Juliette Anderson - 2022-10-19 13:36:55 in General Information

You probably don’t need accounting software to run your business. After all, how hard can keeping track of expenses and revenue be? The simple solution is that you are right— it isn’t hard.


5 Features To Consider In Choosing A Web Host
by Juliette Anderson - 2022-10-06 07:39:22 in Choose your Host

A web host is a company that provides the server space and bandwidth for your website. Web hosting is also known as web space, internet hosting, or website hosting.


7 Common Signs That Your WordPress Site Has Been Hacked
by Juliette Anderson - 2022-09-23 12:48:38 in General Information

The word "security" is often associated with the negative emotions of fear and anxiety. However, security is not something to be afraid of. We should embrace and take care of it to ensure that our WordPress site is safe and secure.


WordPress Maintenance: 7 Tips For A Smooth Running Website
by Juliette Anderson - 2022-09-14 14:17:01 in Technical Support

Running a WordPress site is easy, but it doesn’t mean it’s not bound to get glitches or have a sluggish performance if maintenance isn’t done.


7 Useful Tips To Avoid Downtime When Migrating Your Website
by Juliette Anderson - 2022-08-24 11:11:17 in General Information

Your website is the face of your business, and users want it to show up the moment they click on it. In fact, most users expect your site to load in no more than two seconds. Even a one-second delay can cause a huge drop in sales.