21 Ways How Virtual Assistant Can Boost Productivity

A wish to have more hours in a day is ubiquitous. Though most of us want it, it is impossible to attain. What we can do is to free up some time of our workday to complete the tasks that really matter. In today’s post, I’m going to tell 21 non-core tasks that you can easily delegate to a virtual assistant and increase your productivity.

5 Server Monitoring Tools to Run your Website

It’s impossible to imagine the Internet of today without the websites that populate it. These websites do not come into existence out of thin air, but through the use of web servers to bring them online and keep them up. When something goes wrong with the server, like a power interruption, software crash, or even physical damage, then the website goes down and becomes inaccessible, fact that can lead to serious damage for you company. In this guest post Vincent Sevilla, Web Designer for Websitesetup, presents 5 top server monitoring tools than can help you run your website with no hassle.

It’s not just individuals doing web stuff as a hobby, but businesses and companies that rely on websites for much of their online presence, some even for their entire business. Therefore, it’s very important that servers stay up as much as possible. In order to keep them up, website administrators must be able to monitor whatever is going on with the server at all times. That’s where a whole new level of technology is involved to make this possible.

Think Export: Fail Fast to Win Big

Startups are great. There is this guy, the entrepreneur, who has an amazing idea, gathers around him enthusiastic people that work together symbiotically in order to create the perfect product or service. This has huge potential. But what is it that makes the difference between failing and growing into a unicorn? The power to scale rapidly.

If we are talking software and technology, there is huge potential for scalability. But, in order to scale, you need to think big from day 1. In my experience as an online marketer working with Romanian startups that plan to take on the global market, most of them think details and are afraid to go big from the very first day. Causes may vary: they think only in the Romanian market frame, they test the product on our market then plan to expand globally with the same features that might not be suitable for the global market, or they do improper market research.

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