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Scaling your Website with Enterprise CDN (Cloudflare)

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Managers of business-critical websites face a major challenge in delivering fast loading videos and web pages to their users. Nowadays, making use of enterprise content delivery networks or CDNs is an effective way of helping businesses realize their content delivery goals. This is because, with an enterprise CDN, customers are given dedicated cache quotas and content is delivered via private core networks.

The main features of a reliable CDN is its scalability, predictability, and versatility. These features help organizations optimize video streaming and delivery over existing infrastructures.

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Why responsive websites are so important for business

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In today's technological world, web sites are mandatory for any business looking to thrive in the marketplace. But not just any site will make an impact on potential customers; it is also necessary to have a responsive website.

When a website is "responsive", it can be viewed on any sized screen with equal quality of design. Most likely, you have seen websites that aren't responsive--while they are nice on a computer, on a phone their font is tiny and you have to zoom in to click on buttons. The key to having a successful business is not having those issues, and here's a few reasons why.

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The 3 Ways Your Website Will Hurt You More Than Help

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Building a website is a serious investment for any business. It is the focal point of all your online activity and your brand's growth. Through both organic and paid traffic, you have the potential to attract an unlimited number of prospects while building and maintaining relationships with customers. Regardless, there are ways your website will hurt you more than help.

As you may already know, attracting visitors is only half the equation. Once on your website, your visitors must engage with it. Your website may look awesome, but if people are not reading your content, clicking call-to-action buttons, and ultimately converting leads, then it is not doing its job. Don't you agree? 

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Website Workflow and Building Customer Relationships

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Great!  You've finally gained a web presence online for your small business.  You listed your business name, your location and contact information and what product or service you offer.  Now you might think the next step is to simply step back and wait for new business to flow in.

You most likely will win some new business by having an online presence, but a website is really much more than that.  In previous decades, small businesses would advertise in local newspapers, magazines or perhaps even run TV ads.  A clever jingle or a humorous skit was enough to build your brand and connect with customers.  Of course, newspaper and particularly TV ads, were quite expensive and some small companies could never afford such large expenditures.

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4 Devastating Side Effects Of A Bad Website Design

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Business owners today can no longer afford to remain offline. Maintaining an active presence on the web builds authority and credibility while attracting new customers in the process. But you'll want to follow good design practices when developing your site. If not, you could suffer from the following side effects of a bad web design.

#1) Lower Search Rankings

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