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Guest post by Zoe Price Recently, there has been a lot of buzz surrounding Bitcoin. In October, Bitcoin prices soared due to the news that PayPal was making changes that would allow customers to trade Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies on their platform. With many other major businesses like Microsoft, AT&T, and...
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By Emily Taylor Thanks to technology, it’s now easier than ever to start a business with little or no money. Although access to funding can be difficult as banks are warier of lending cash to start-up businesses, especially in a tough economic climate. However, there are some simple steps you...
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Guest post by Wayne Burden When you’re trying to establish your business online, two of the main ways to do this are through creating social media accounts and a website. Many business owners will create both through hiring the expertise of a local web designer or web design agency, linking...
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Guest post by Monica Rewutzer Do you know what this year really doesn’t need to top it all off? Getting hacked. Unfortunately, cybercriminals have taken advantage of all the confusion and terror of the last few months to actually increase how often they’re targeting people in the UK. The statistics...
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Guest post by Greg Perry Getting value for money from accommodation in London might seem like trying to push water uphill – but the situation is evolving rapidly, thanks to the pressures of Covid-19. With more Londoners working from home than ever, there’s less demand for property within commuting distance...
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Guest post by Megan Trainer London: an increasingly vibrant city, uniquely diverse in nature and unlike anywhere else in the UK. With a host of quaint lifestyle shops, vast outdoor spaces and home to some of the country’s leading fitness experts, you’d be forgiven for thinking staying healthy in London...
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Guest post by Evelina Brown Sometimes it’s hard to get started when you have tons of homework to do. If you divide the tasks into small, achievable goals, it will be much easier to do the job. It is also important to tune-up and plan your work. Forget about your...
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Guest post by Sherry Kimball The main healthy eating benefits are our vitality and strength. Foods we choose can affect our bodies, both positively and negatively. The quality of the food we eat has a significant effect on our life. What we eat can have a direct impact on our...
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Guest post by Ed Smith It’s safe to say that the coronavirus outbreak has shaken the world. With many countries on their knees with infections and hospitalisations, the healthcare sector has really felt the impact. With many doctors, nurses and clinicians mainly focussed on dealing the COVID-19 infections and recoveries,...
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