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Selling via price comparison portals and marketplaces


When you are selling via the internet, there’s a huge variety of channels to attract attention to your business. Apart from your online shop there are many other channels, such as marketplaces. In this post, we breakdown the advantages of selling though marketplaces and product portals, plus the possibilities of selling through your ePages shop.

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10 of the best WordPress plugins

WordPress is a free, open source blogging tool and content management system. Using WordPress is one of the easiest & cheapest ways for you to create a powerful, professional website on your own.

A popular feature of WordPress is the ability to add “plugins” to your WordPress website – these are bits of software that you can add on to your website that will give it extra functions, and expand the capability of your site. For example, you could add a plugin that allows you to easily include a poll into your website. This means you don’t have to get involved in creating any complicated code, or have to spend money paying a developer to create one for you – the quick & simple solution is to use a plugin which does it all for you.

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Richard Branson protects his reputation


Billionaire Richard Branson is one of the first amongst a number of celebs & companies who are taking steps to protect their reputation, by registering new top level domains like,,,,, etc.

The new .PORN and .ADULT domain name extensions launched today (4th June 2015). Many brands are following suit, in order to prevent potential negative branding by domain name squatters. For example, Easyspace has already protected and

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Interview with Donna MacLellan, Fundraising Manager at Young Enterprise Scotland


Donna is the Fundraising Manager for Young Enterprise Scotland (YES), where she is involved with raising funds and representing YES externally. Donna told us she is very excited to be working with “some really wonderful and inspiring people at YES and, of course, raising lots of money for the continuation and development of its services”

Donna qualified as a solicitor in 2009 but decided to leave law and focus on working with young people and charities.

Young Enterprise Scotland (YES) is a charity with a mission to inspire young people to learn and succeed through enterprise.

Easyspace recently caught up with Donna for a chat:

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Meet the new Microsoft Office: Office 365


Easyspace is amongst a small number of UK companies that Microsoft have partnered with, who are able to offer the latest version of Microsoft Office: Office 365.

The new version of Microsoft Office – which includes familiar software that you know such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc – is now sold online, rather than receiving a disk in a box. Continue reading

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Benefits of &


Having a website which can be identified as being British brings numerous benefits. Firstly it helps provide an element of trust to your UK audience – if people are going to type in their bank card details then many of them will be reassured if it’s a British site. Secondly, having a “UK” website helps you be associated with brand Britain – which has its advantages when trying to appeal to a global audience.

If you want to register a UK domain name extension, then make sure you consider getting either a .UK.COM or a .UK.NET. These are both premier UK domain extensions which are trusted, credible and recognised globally. Having one for your website will provide it with a solid foundation upon which to build a successful internet presence.

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Open your online shop to a worldwide audience & sell abroad

The international market offers a huge potential for you to develop your business. By selling internationally, you widen your scope to customers increasing revenue and moving your business idea to the next step. But how do you do that? Your online shop solution provides you with everything you need to start selling abroad: all major trading currencies, integrated payment solutions and worldwide delivery options, etc. But before getting started, there are a couple of things you should keep in mind in order to succeed wherever you decide to sell. So let’s get started!

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Interview with Ashley Baxter, founder of Insurance by Jack


Ashley Baxter is an unusual combination of insurance entrepreneur and photographer. Ashely is the founder of Insurance by Jack, which provides business insurance to creative professionals. She’s also a photographer under the Girl With A Camera alias. Ashley has photographed campaigns for clients ranging from Glasgow City Marketing Bureau, Young Scot and Citizens Theatre, as well as doing wedding photography in the summer months.

When she’s not busy being an entrepreneur she spends time learning how to program and also records a weekly podcast where—alongside her co-host, she discusses her journey in creating passion-based businesses.

Ashley has set up & promoted numerous websites over the years – both personal & business sites – so Easyspace decided to have a chat with her.

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How To Create A Money-Making Online Course


There has been a massive growth in the global e-learning market. From the comfort of their own homes people can logon to the internet and learn about whatever they want whether it’s how to make cups cakes, how to make candles, how to dance, how to lose weight, how to take better photographs or a million other things that may catch their interest. While sites like YouTube can provide a quick video on how to do little tasks, there is now an increasing number of websites catering to a wide range of markets – offering detailed courses on lots of different subjects. Many of these websites are satisfying a hunger that people have for gaining new knowledge – and many of these sites are making a lot of money.

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Mobilegeddon is here


From today (April 21) if your website isn’t mobile friendly you could be in trouble.

Google has updated its search algorithms to give preference to what’s described as ‘mobile friendliness’ which means that its search results pages will now favour those websites that have been optimised to work well on mobile devices.

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