The web has changed the way we work. Startups rethought what offices look like, and with a laptop in your bag, you can get work done from anywhere anyways — no matter if it’s your desk at home or the cozy coffee shop around the corner. Over are the times of dark and stuffy cubicles — in many companies, at least.
To remove the dust from the term “office” and give the visuals revolving around it a fresh and friendly face, too, the creative minds at Vexels designed a set of 32 office-themed icons.
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32 Free And Friendly Office Icons
Startups begin with an idea, but lack deep financial resources. They are, therefore, reluctant to spend money on something as basic as keyword research. Bootstrapped owners use the free Google’s Keyword Planner, check around with their potential customers for keywords, and write down any keyword that they brainstorm. All of that is fine but startups must know that they need to research into four major types of keywords: Primary and secondary keywords Key phrases (long-tail keywords) Correlated keywords (or LSI [Latent Semantic Indexing] keywords) Synonyms I’m going to reveal 100% free (no fremiums, no free trials, no BS tools) keyword…
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