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Top Interviews: Lisa Hilterhaus – Recruiter at adjoe

Recruiting in the tech industry is not as easy as it may seem, but joining a startup from the very beginning and growing it along the time, is for sure challenging. Either because it takes a lot of time, patience, investment, efforts but most of all passion – for a successful startup it is essential […]

Top Interviews: Hila Safi – Speaker Nights Team Lead at Female Tech Leaders

Any successful startup requires a lot of effort, time, energy, patience and of course, money. And, as not any startup is a successful one, Mobiteam aims to show the TOP founders, executives & managers that worked out to become one of the best in their fields, and now are a challenge to the entire market. […]

Top Interviews: Michael Hebenstreit – Founder & CEO MH Themes

WordPress is an overflowing and rich industry with a huge number of startups. If in any other industry everybody tries to innovate and bring to the public unusual ideas, in WordPress successful startups require a lot of creativity & resources. Due to this, tens out of millions resist the stress test and can be named […]

Top Interviews: Nina Buffi – CTO at Ospin GmbH

No matter the field a startup is, there are always challenges on the road to success that need to be surpassed. This is why on Mobiteam Top Interviews we reveal the most promising business models and people behind it. From founders, executives, to top managers  – the stories behind these startups can be told by […]

Why Partnerships In Web Industry Matters a Lot

This post I’ll start with a short story that marked my understanding of partnerships. In August 2018 I was invited to a corporate party to one of our clients. It was a Berlin-based web design agency. We provided them with Web Development services and Mobile Apps. While talking to my client, Robin, he told me […]

7 Tips for Using WordPress Plugins

Take a moment to imagine the world of WordPress without plugins! Your site couldn’t run without them the way you’d want it to. WordPress is a great CMS because of the excellent features that come with its wide variety of plugins. WordPress is great on its own, but plugins make life even easier. With more than 25,000 WordPress plugins available on WordPress.org alone, there are plenty of options to find a plugin you’ll love.

However, just as there are advantages to using plugins, there are also some things that WordPress users must be aware of. How do you stay safe and secured on WordPress CMS platform? We will be looking at seven things you should know as a user of word press plugins.

Expert View: 5 Reasons Why We Love WordPress for E-Commerce

Though WordPress was born as a blogging platform, today it powers many small business websites. It has gained a lot of popularity in recent years because of its easy customisation and great user experience.

WordPress is a Search Engine Optimisation [SEO]-friendly Content Management System used by over 25% of all websites, including personal blogs, small business websites, and full-fledged e-Commerce stores.

3 Easy Steps To Build a Creative Email Template

Let’s face it – it’s 2018, there’s absolutely no reason why building a creative email template for your business needs to be such a pain anymore.

Email marketing used to be completely off limits for small businesses until a couple of years ago. Let’s have a look at how things used to be until not so long ago. You had to go to extreme lengths to find a designer who understood the limitations that email building presents, and was able to provide a good looking template without going too crazy with certain design patterns or elements. Next up, you would have to have a team of developers or hire one. This was not an easy task by any means because you needed to make sure that they know their stuff. Email coding is not to be taken lightly, and cross-client compatibility is not something that’s all that easy to achieve. This would more often than not end up in an almost continuous loop of testing, fixing and updating the same templates.