Before The Godfather, the first Godfather, nobody else wanted me. But Francis wanted me! He just wanted me, and I didn’t understand it… The studios didn’t want me, nobody wanted me – nobody knew me. I think when a director is interested, I have a tendency to lean forward instead of backing off. You’re…Read more Quote for the Day for Freelancers
Stop looking Back There are times we go through an adventure driving to the super-freeway we called life. We travel roads hoping to reach our goals, dreams, and aspiration. Many time we look back, unaware we have fears, imaginary monsters or plain dinosaurs of the past that chase or haunt us. We feel discouraged, unsure of what…Read more Freelancing? Than Focus
Let us continue with the previous article on Small Medium Enterprise versus Multi-National Corporation. If you wish to read the first article, you can find it here:Part 1
We are talking about ka-ching and benefits. It is the wrong perception that small companies don’t pay as well as bigger firms. That’s not true. Depending on your post and speciality, I do know some of the smaller local companies pay as well as the big corporations. However, I must point out smaller places do not have better work benefits. They probably will have the standard ones like minimum annual leaves, staff purchases, health insurance and maybe even car loans. Your company’s annual dinner and dance probably takes place in a restaurant preferably near your workplace.
You probably get lost in the benefits page of your HR webpage. From the extra annual leaves to comprehensive insurance for…
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Source: SME vs MNC: What's the difference? (Part 1)
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If you own a personal blog or website, you know how important it is to have a contact form on your site. I use contact forms on my site so that people can drop me a line in case they want to say hi, form a partnership with me, or to hire me to set up and design their websites. There are so many WordPress form builder plugins available out there but not all of them can come close to what WPForms offers in their plugin. Moreover, WPForms comes from the same stable as OptinMonster, MonsterInsights, and SeedProd.
Let’s see if WPForms is really the best form builder plugin for WordPress in this short yet detailed WPForms review.
WPForms Review: Why choose WPForms?
There are thousands of contact form plugins available in the WordPress.org plugin repository and in various other marketplaces, but WPForms is the most beginner friendly…
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