We live in a day and age where we perform most of our personal and professional work and communication online, but we sometimes take our technology for granted.
As a website or blog owner, you are likely to complete much of your ongoing work and communication through your website’s back of house – or through your linked email account. While this is certainly time and cost effective, you must not forget to back up your website.
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Watching the news, the recent reports of terrorist attacks around the world has been difficult to see, and impossible to comprehend. In times of such turmoil and heartbreak, we must all remember that despite our differences, that we have far more in common than not.
We must also remember that we must do our part to make the world a safe place for future generations. While there are many ways to contribute, for my cousin Sgt. Steinunn Kjartansdottir
– her method of contribution was to join the United States Marine Corps – the first woman from Iceland to achieve this honor.
The Sacrifice Of Serving
One of the most common questions I receive from my DIY online marketers is how to use Google Analytics and how to get the most out of it.
If you are unfamiliar, Google Analytics is a powerful reporting tool that provides in-depth and fully customizable metrics. This free tool is crucial for measuring the success of your website and online marketing strategies, but you have to know where to start. This step-by-step guide walks you through setting up your account and learning the basic, yet meaningful, reporting features.
The Iceland Vikings may not have been considered a major contender at the start of Euro 2016, but they are proving to be just that! The Vikings beat all odds this week, and knocked England out of the finals. On Sunday our mighty team will play host nation France, while the entire nation of Iceland will be watching.
Small But Mighty
Iceland is a small nation, of just 332,000 people. When it comes to professional athletes, our football players have long been some of our most celebrated. Part of what makes our team’s success so unique, is that unlike professional athletes in most countries – our team doesn’t play for the fame or the money – but for the love of the game.
Case in point: While England’s football manager earns $4.6 million a year to coach his team, Iceland’s co-manager Heimir Hallgrimsson makes ends meet as a part-time dentist.