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How To Use A Free SSL Certificate With Bluehost Hosting

Bluehost is one of the top web hosts for running WordPress-based blogs & websites.They are also one of ShoutMeLoud’s recommended WordPress hosting companies. In the past, I have shared many tutorials to help you use and get the most out of Bluehost hosting.Here are some of the popular ones:How To Buy Hosting & Domain From Bluehost HostingHow To Install WordPress Blog On Your Bluehost HostingIn today’s exclusive tutorial, you will be learning how to use a free SSL certificate with your Bluehost hosting. Using this guide, you will be migrating your WordPress blog from HTTP to HTTPS.According to Google, using SSL is one of the positive ranking factors. Moreover, SSL adds a higher trust level to your blog.When it comes to SSL certificates, you have the option of using free ones as well as paid ones.Before we move ahead, let’s get to know a little more about SSL certificates so that you will know what you are doing.First of all, there are various types of SSL certificates.For an in…

Marketing Day: April Fools pranks, Snapchat story search & Reddit ads

Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.From Marketing Land:Snapchat makes it possible to search for Stories by keywords
Mar 31, 2017 by Danny Sullivan The change should make it easier for people to discover more content on Snapchat, perhaps leading to more time spent in the app.April Fools’ Day 2017: Play Ms. Pac-Man, Amazon Echo’s Petlexa, Google Gnome & more
Mar 31, 2017 by Matt McGee The annual day (or days, as has become the case) of pranks from major search/marketing/tech companies is underway.Reddit launches a new self-serve ad platform
Mar 31, 2017 by Tamar Weinberg New platform offers changes to how advertisers are billed, how campaigns are created and how metrics are reported.Facebook expands branded content program, will mark posts as ‘paid’
Mar 31, 2017 by Tamar Weinberg Facebook is opening branded content to more brands, updating policies and making it more obvious when a post has been…

Keep your marketing campaigns organized across media platforms

While digital media is a huge beneft for many companies, it is not without its problems. One of the biggest difculties is staying organized and consistent, because digital media has so many channels to choose from. Misbranding or getting something wrong or confused can really cause an issue for any company, so consistency and organization are vital.This white paper from Atomized shares tips and tricks to help you stay consistent and organized.Visit Digital Marketing Depot to download “Modern Marketing: How to Keep Campaigns Organized During the Explosion of Media Platforms.”

via Marketing Land