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There’s a story behind every business or hobby We’ve started a Support Businesses campaign. In the spirit of Ubuntu you support our company and we support your ventures. Whether you run a business or engage in hobbies, we love to know how our services are helping our clients realise their dreams, provide solutions, support others, make a difference […]
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Understanding Google Ranking & SEO Audit/Analysis Ranking top of page for Google not only increases your website’s traffic and leads, but also adds to its credibility. People generally regard the highest-ranked websites as being the most authentic. This is why a quarter of all Google searches (25%) end with the user clicking on the very […]
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Set Up a WooCommerce Store on your WordPress Website Image credit: WooCommerce.com Homepage There are plenty of ways to build an online store, but WooCommerce is, by far, the best choice. Here’s why: It’s free, open-source, and highly stable. It’s used to power over 30% of ecommerce stores worldwide. It’s incredibly fast to set up. […]
HOSTAFRICA Reseller Price Review 2021
Dear Valued Customers, Due to vendor increases and the cost of maintaining our infrastructure, we review and adjust our prices each year to continue to offer the best services and support that we can. In light of COVID and the impact it has had on all of us, we have attempted to shield you from […]
2021 Price Review
Dear Valued Customers, Due to vendor increases and the cost of maintaining our infrastructure, we review and adjust our prices each year to continue to offer the best services and support that we can. In light of COVID and the financial impact it has had on all of us, we have attempted to shield you […]
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Introduction to Git on GitHub – All the Basic Commands You Need People often use the words Git and GitHub interchangeably. While connected, both are their own entities. Git is a version-control system (VCS) used to manage a source code repository. GitHub is a cloud-based interface written on top of Git, that allows its users […]