Wi-Fi is an essential commodity in the digital age. It uses a radio frequency signal to connect all devices like laptop, mobile phones, tablet, etc. Wi-Fi signals can be picked up from any wireless capable device. Wi-Fi gives you the freedom to access the internet from anywhere within a signal range and move your devices around. It gives you the ability to access other devices connected to the same Wi-Fi. For example, multiple computers can use the same printer without wired connection.
“Could not deliver message to the following recipient(s):
Reason: Remote host said: 554 fed1rmimpi309 cox 70.xx.xx.xx blocked. Error Code: IPBL0100 – Refer to Error Codes section at http://postmaster.cox.net/confluence/display/postmaster/Error+Codes for more information.”
Or a short and simple nightmare
“Access denied. Your IP address is blacklisted“.
The internet has completely revolutionized our lifestyle. It has become indispensable to everyday living, helping us commute, communicate and even conduct business. Most brands and companies have made the virtual shift to expand their customer base and get global exposure.
For SaaS companies, a functional website is very important as a digital storefront to showcase the SaaS company and products to the target customers. A website can be the SaaS company’s best lead generation device, but no matter how good the website is, it won’t bring your business any value if your ideal audience can’t find it.
The term Artificial Intelligence is thrown around a lot these days. But, far too often it is a misnomer, whether intentionally or due to ignorance. While it is used as a bit of a catch-all phrase, it is important to know the difference between technologies that sound alike, but are not.
Imagine waking up one morning and seeing the video you uploaded last night reach a million views. Maybe it’s already happened to you once. It’s exhilarating to get your Software as a Service brand seen by so many people online. But here’s the thing: most of the viewers will not become your customers.
What do marketing and psychotherapy have in common? Both marketers and people going through therapy should clearly understand one thing: only the change is constant. Everything else is fleeting and is destined to eventually end, giving way to something new and unexplored.