OptinMonster (lead generation tool), WPForms (drag & drop Wordpress form builder) and MonsterInsights (Google Analytics plugin for WordPress) are three separate divisions of the same team headed by Syed Balkhi. For operating a WordPress site, OptinMonster should help capture new subscribers complementing email marketing and other internet marketing endeavors. Read our … [Read more...] about A snapshot of lead generation, form builder, and analytics WordPress plugin from the same team and invitation to join its founder’s newsletter
OptinMonster is a web marketing tool that works in any CMS and not just WordPress. Armed with so-called Smart Controls such as Content Locking (requires an email address before unlocking more content) and Exit-Intent (targeted campaign at the precise moment when visitors are about to leave website/online store), this software should help increase subscriber base and complement … [Read more...] about OptinMonster: Web tool to increase subscriber base and complement email marketing campaigns
Investigation of any crime or unlawful activity is a precursor to bring guilty to the rule of law and deliver justice. Therefore, investigators play a crucial role in detecting and deterring crimes and other unlawful activities in any society, be it the United States from which perspective this article is specially written or elsewhere. In addition, investigations may also be … [Read more...] about Investigation of crime and expectations from criminal investigators
As Fetch currently only located inside of the US, there would be little to no utility for users elsewhere. They do have a free forever use for solo teams of one which allow small businesses to track and organize expenses in an easy manner. Sponsored Content Shoeboxed, Inc. a veteran of small business SaaS solutions since 2007, is the worldwide leader in expense … [Read more...] about Sign up for Fetch, Shoeboxed’s new expense management product
Traders provide value to investors as trading makes a stock liquid, helping stock price reach closer to its intrinsic value. Suppose there is no trading for Google and a particular investor wants to exit. He/she may have to sell at a discounted price, lower than the intrinsic value of the share. In the worse case, he/she may not be able to sell at all on a particular day! … [Read more...] about Why share trading not a zero-sum game?