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QOwnNotes 21.6.2

QOwnNotes is a open source (GPL) plain-text file notepad with markdown support and todo list manager for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Windows, that (optionally) works together with the notes application of ownCloud (or Nextcloud). So you are able to write down your thoughts with QOwnNotes and edit or search for them later from your mobile device (like with CloudNotes) or the ownCloud web-service. The notes are stored as plain text files and you can sync them with your ownCloud sync client. Of course other software, like Dropbox, Syncthing, Seafile or BitTorrent Sync can be used too.
Features:

the notes folder can be freely chosen (multiple note folders can be used)
sub-string searching of notes is possible and search results are highlighted in the notes
application can be operated with customizable keyboard shortcuts
external changes of note files are watched (notes or note list are reloaded)
older versions of your notes can be restored from your ownCloud server
trashed notes can be restored from your ownCloud server
differences between current note and externally changed note are showed in a dialog
markdown highlighting of notes and a markdown preview mode
notes are getting their name from the first line of the note text (just like in the ownCloud notes web-application) and the note text files are automatically renamed, if the the first line changes
compatible with the notes web-application of ownCloud and mobile ownCloud notes applications
compatible with ownCloud’s selective sync feature by supporting an unlimited amount of note folders with the ability to choose the respective folder on your server
manage your ownCloud todo lists (ownCloud tasks or Tasks Plus / Calendar Plus) or use an other CalDAV server to sync your tasks to
encryption of notes (AES-256 is built in or you can use custom encryption methods like Keybase.io (encryption-keybase.qml) or PGP (encryption-pgp.qml))
dark mode theme support
theming support for the markdown syntax highlighting
all panels can be placed wherever you want, they can even float or stack (fully dockable)
support for freedesktop theme icons, you can use QOwnNotes with your native desktop icons and with your favorite dark desktop theme
support for hierarchical note tagging and note subfolders
support for sharing notes on your ownCloud server
portable mode for carrying QOwnNotes around on USB sticks
Evernote import
QOwnNotes is available in many different languages like English, German, French, Polish, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Portuguese, Hungarian, Dutch and Spanish

QOwnNotes 21.6.2 changelog:

added more Hungarian, German, Dutch, Persian, Russian translation (thank yourawfreeamy, mariiaalt, amirkbrpr)

Download: QOwnNotes 21.6.2 | 37.8 MB (Open Source)Download: QOwnNotes for Other Operating SystemsView: QOwnNotes Home Page

AcornOak Adopts Digital Currencies | Computeruser.com

New York, NY, June 22, 2021 –(PR.com)– AcornOak, a cooperative community powered by women of experience, is joining SEEDS (https://joinseeds.earth) a movement for movements, that provides tools and systems to support the co-creation of a thriving world.
As a forward-focused, disruptive marketing agency, influenced by the shift in societal values and always on the lookout for innovative business models emerging from the array of new technologies, AcornOak is experimenting with the future of money through digital currencies.
Today’s economy demands a new approach and worldview to create, drive, and grow businesses that survive and adapt in this challenging environment. Factors like the overwhelming variety of products and services in any given industry and consumers’ short attention spans, feelings of distrust, and rejection of traditional advertising are putting businesses stuck in the 20th century at risk.
Several co-founders have deep experience launching innovative businesses accepting bitcoin, so AcornOak is plunging into the digital currency waters with its latest venture, AO DECK. The first-ever Customer Relationship Builder solution (CRB, not simply CRM), AO DECK is centered on learning from others and with others in a non-competitive mindset community. AO DECK had a successful beta phase and is now set for release.
Those eager to embrace the future can explore distributed infrastructure and digital currencies at a Holochain Workshop hosted by AcornOak Studio and discover more by listening to Pass The Mic Podcast, Episodes #18 and #21.
About AcornOak
Established in 2019, AcornOak is a new model of agency supporting business regrowth, remote working, and rethinking traditional business models by helping clients choose an effective combination of expert services to achieve distinct goals. We are an expert strategic advisory and digital marketing team of tech-savvy, socially responsible women serving as Marketers-for-Hire, Fractional CMOs, Trainers, and Advisors. We help small and mid-size organizations build remarkable brands and seize opportunities for growth.
Our mission is to empower a collaborative community of experienced women to deliver impactful services to clients by fostering the necessary framework and tools to be financially independent, socially conscious, self-authoring leaders who thrive in the future of work.
AcornOak hosts Pass The Mic Podcast, intellectual discussions where small gatherings of people, with diverse points of view and different experiences, come to the table to discover others and learn something new. To find out more, visit www.acornoak.net or contact the podcast moderator, Virginie Glaenzer, at [email protected] or 718-902-5455.
Contact Information:AcornOak Agency CooperativeVirginie Glaenzer718-902-5455Contact via Emailwww.acornoak.net
Read the full story here: https://www.pr.com/press-release/838962
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This #SuccessfulWednesday we're excited to introduce you to our partner Launch Mappers – an on-demand …

This #SuccessfulWednesday we’re excited to introduce you to our partner Launch Mappers – an on-demand growth agency that is helping their client Lofelt deliver groundbreaking haptic technology to their clients! 📱📳

They are changing the playing field into fully immersive interactions without needing complex code.

With User.com they’ve helped their client to:
✅ easily integrate User.com into their products and be able to better react to customer behavior
✅ set up dynamic segments to activate visitors and with hyper-personalization turn them into customers.
✅ create truly infinite and nonlinear automation flows with complete flexibility.

Interested in reading more details? Read the full story here:
https://user.com/en/case-study/launch-mappers-lofelt

#SuccessfulWednesdays #customersuccess #successstory #MarketingAutomation #customerengagement #customerjourney #CRM #Personalization

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This #SuccessfulWednesday we’re ready to introduce you to our customer Mangools – a full-service platform for all your SEO needs, from keyword research, SERP analysis, backlinks, authority, and more! 🔗🕵
The team had previously used Intercom but decided they needed to change the way of connecting with their customers and picked User.com as the best all-in-one marketing automation platform.

With User.com they’ve been able to:
✅ improve the value of their data, while at the same time increasing conversion rate, from trial to customer.
✅ “draw” different marketing scenarios and map them to customer touchpoints in a single automation.
✅ pass the customers straight to support, and continue to onboard them in our single tool

Interested in reading more details? Read the full story here:
https://user.com/en/case-study/mangools

#SuccessfulWednesdays #customersuccess #successstory #MarketingAutomation #customerengagement #customerjourney #CRM

Improve sales, customer success and marketing processes with a single automation tool for communicating in all the channels and gathering all the data about your visitors.

User.com is honored to be recognized and awarded as the Top Performer in Marketing Automation …

User.com is honored to be recognized and awarded as the Top Performer in Marketing Automation by SourceForge for Spring 2021. This award recognizes companies and products that put them in the top tenth percentile of reviewed products on the site. 🥇🏆 Thanks to you all – you’re amazing! 🤩

“We’re happy to announce this year’s outstanding Spring 2021 Top Performers,” said SourceForge President Logan Abbott. “User.com has clearly shown how much their users really love their software, as we can see from their outstanding user reviews. I’m super happy to partner together with User.com as they continue to develop impressive products in the future.”

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This #SuccessfulWednesday we’re delighted to introduce you to the story of Furgonetka.pl – a shipping and tech company that has used User.com to activate customers and increase revenue with automated campaigns 🚦📈
Furgonetka was looking for tools to help them reduce churn and better take care of their customers. Often many of their customers only used their service once and never came back, and they were looking to change that.

With User.com they’ve set up effective activation and win-back activities:
✅ created a seamless onboarding process, to help customers better understand the platform and develop a relationship with the brand.
✅ created many custom user attributes and events that fire at different stages of the customer journey.
✅ designed a sequence of personalized emails plus reminders to encourage customers to revisit the platform after a period of inactivity.

Interested in reading more details? Read the full story here: https://user.com/en/case-study/furgonetka
#MarketingAutomation #SuccessfulWednesdays #customersuccess #successstory

5 Common Yet Critical Ecommerce SEO Mistakes to Avoid

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Considering the fact that 60% of internet browsers click on any one of the top three sites ranked by search engines, you should be investing in SEO if you aren’t already doing it. But let’s face it – not everyone is an SEO expert. And even the most seasoned ones make some common SEO mistakes from time to time. So, what are the most common yet critical ecommerce SEO mistakes that you should be avoiding so that it won’t affect your sales and bottom line?

Here are the top five ecommerce SEO mistakes that you must avoid for better results.

Poorly written and spun content. 

Some re-sellers have the habit of spinning product descriptions from other ecommerce sites. It is not only ethically wrong, but it will affect your Google rankings. 

Other ecommerce marketers overlook the product category pages and add no description. You will also notice that the product titles are poorly optimized. And they don’t bother to optimize their meta-descriptions that can boost the click-through rate.

These are only some significant mistakes that you could possibly make with your online store content. Remember that buyers want accurate, trustworthy, and engaging descriptions with plenty of product specifications.

A survey found that product specs are the most vital form of content for buyers while making a purchase.

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And 50% of buyers say that they have returned an item as it failed to match the product description.

Also, since a meta-description is the first touchpoint a buyer will have with your product, it is crucial to optimize it. Here’s an excellent example of a meta-description for search:

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This meta-description from Lonely Planet not only does an excellent job of satisfying the search query but also selling the brand.

Additionally, Consider hiring experts from a reputed SEO agency so that you can up your SEO game and ensure that your campaign is always up to date with Google’s latest algorithm changes.

Not adding high-quality and optimized images

Images are among the most significant factors that impact a consumer’s purchase decision. As per a study, visuals are processed 60,000 times faster in the human brain as opposed to text. No wonder product images impact the conversion rate.

See that your high-resolution product shots display the front, back, top, side, and bottom of your product clearly. It will be a great idea to invest in a photographer who specializes in product shots. Alternately, you can also use tools like Canva and Piktochart to create high-quality images without much design experience.

Another study indicates that 97% of pages that ranked on top of search results contained at least one image. Clearly, adding images to your online store is not only good for engaging customers, but it’s also helpful to achieve a high rank in search engines. 

That being said, keep in mind that adding high-resolution images is going to slow down the loading speed.

Consider image compression and use image optimizer tools like TinyJPG, CompressNow, and Kraken.io to compress your images and avoid slow page loading speed.

Not optimizing site speed

Google gives immense priority to your page load speed when it comes to ranking your ecommerce store. 

Thus, optimizing your home page like many ecommerce web owners is not nearly enough. You need to focus on maximizing the speed of category and product pages as well. Google will be considering PageSpeed signals at each level of your web page.

It’s common knowledge in marketing circles that when your ecommerce site takes 2 extra seconds to load, it increases bounce rates by 50%.

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Apart from optimizing your images, you should also check your hosting services as a website’s speed can be affected by your web host. It is better to go for a fully managed hosting provider to obtain the best hosting services.

Other strategies include reducing the page size, implementing a content delivery network, making use of caching or in-memory techs to reduce the times you access a database, and avoiding redirects.

Not optimizing a site for mobile.

Optimizing your ecommerce site for mobile is now vital because Google made an announcement in 2019 to switch to mobile-first indexing for all sites in their index. 

And even most buyers browse ecommerce sites using smartphones, so it’s imperative to offer an optimum browsing experience. But still, many marketers fail to design a mobile-friendly website. 

It can end up gravely affecting the user experience and turn away customers who will switch to a competitor who offers a better user experience.

Having a mobile-friendly site is especially important if you are a local business, as even statistics suggest that 50% of mobile search targets local businesses.

Moreover, more than half of mobile users research the website with the aim to make a purchase, while 51% of searchers are more likely to buy from a mobile-optimized website.

Thus, not optimizing your site for mobile can be a crucial mistake.

Not adding product reviews

According to a BigCommerce report, 92% of buyers read online reviews prior to making a purchase. Product reviews help your potential customers tremendously to gain insights into the product quality.

Not only that, if your ecommerce store has good product reviews, even Google will rank you higher in search engine results.

Some great ways to get product reviews for your online store include: 

Sending emails to your customers asking them to leave a line about their experience with the productRewarding customers who leave reviewsIncluding the reviewer’s name and photo in the testimonial as a way of thanking them. It will not only show that you value your customers but also add credibility. 

User.com features testimonials and quotes of happy customers that creates a human connection and adds credibility. Using customer testimonials on a regular basis can help you increase your revenue tremendously. So, don’t overlook this step.

Wrapping-Up

SEO plays a crucial role in generating traffic, conversions, and increasing sales when it comes to ecommerce stores. While most marketers know the importance of SEO and try to incorporate it in their strategy, there are still some SEO common mistakes that follow. 

Five of the most common yet critical ecommerce SEO mistakes are mentioned in this article. Try to avoid them at all costs so that Google will not penalize you and rank your site on top of its search rankings.

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