Victor Ramirez: WordPress, customized

Tell us about yourself. Who are you? Where are you based?

My name is Victor Ramirez. Based in New York City. Specifically Brooklyn. Been doing WordPress and tech stuff since I was twelve. Sent an email newsletter to a birthday party 24 years ago. They were so impressed they printed it out and put it on the fridge. For the last 6-8 years I’ve been doing it professionally.

What’s the elevator pitch for your business? Describe what you do.

We are one of the few small WordPress agencies that build actual WordPress CMS systems, not WordPress websites.

Most people, when they build a site, they build a site that looks great on the front-end. But if you want to change anything, you have to click 30 different buttons, or call your developer. We build the site so that teams can go in and do their job. We make WordPress work … Read the rest

Nikema Williams Wins Late Rep. John Lewis’ Congressional Seat By Defeating Trump Ally Angela Stanton-King By Winning 85% of the Votes

In a landslide victory earlier this week, Nikema Williams, who was selected by the Georgia Democratic Party to replace the late Rep. John Lewis on the ballot for Georgia’s 5th congressional district, has defeated President Trump ally Angela Stanton-King in the race to keep the late Congressman’s seat, according to theGrio.

In the election for the coveted seat occupied by Lewis before his untimely death earlier this year, Williams convincingly won with an overwhelming 85.1% of votes, while Stanton-King received a paltry 14.9%, the New York Times reportedRead the rest

The 4-Step XaaS Marketing Approach


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The Anything as a Service (XaaS) market is expected to exceed $340 billion by 2024. Companies in nearly every established industry, from home maintenance to health and wellness, have hopped on board the XaaS train. Industries seeking explosive growth this year, such as contactless tech, education tech and telehealth, hold promising opportunities for entrepreneurs. The value in recurring revenue is crystal clear. But the marketing strategies are not so obvious. That’s because marketing for XaaS brands requires a different approach than marketing products, whether to businesses or consumers. Here are four reasons why, and what you can do to ensure your XaaS business model is a success. 

Related: Why SaaS Businesses Are in a Unique Position to Survive This Crisis

Step 1: Woo your audience

It’s been said that advertising is a

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