Push Notifications

Easier way to stay up to date with Push Notifications! Browser Push Notifications are simply clickable messages that can be delivered to you in real time regardless if your on that particular website or not. This is a great way to stay in touch and make sure you don’t miss any important service updates and…

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How Do Google Search Rankings Work?

First, let’s look at the basics of how Google works. Google has what they call Spiders that crawl the web. The Spiders are automated bot software that search or crawl the web cataloging all the web pages of the internet. That’s a lot of freaking webpages. Billions…Trillions. What do people do when they want to…

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Top 3 factors in choosing a web hosting provider

When searching for a web hosting provider, there are many factors that you should be considering before you pull out that credit card. To not overwhelm you, I’m going to only focus on what I feel are the top 3 factors you should look for when choosing a web hosting provider. 1. Know what your…

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How domain names work

Every website on the web has an address that users may type in to access it. These are called domains, and you already knew that. Your domain name is used by the browser to look for the Internet protocol address that is associated. The browser finds the server with that Internet protocol address your user…

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Securing your website with an SSL Certificate ?

SSL Certificates at one time were used primarily for e-commerce websites. But now it’s just good practice for every site to have an SSL Certificate enabled. The little padlock in your URL bar is an indicator that a site has an SSL Certificate. It encrypts data sent from your website to a server. Protecting the…

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How a blog on your website can help with SEO

Most companies have a blog. Not because it’s fun, or they have nothing else to do. It’s because it’s a great SEO and marketing tool.  It will help keep your site updated. Google loves updated sites. There are probably millions of neglected and abandoned web sites out there. Google doesn’t pay as much attention to…

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Keeping Your Website Secure

WordPress provides users a versatile CMS (Content Management System) that’s one of the most widely used. WordPress runs 28% of the entire internet. Up to 60% of global CMS market is running WordPress. Because of its popularity, it is also among one of the most attacked website platforms. That, in essence, indicates why users might…

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Marketing Tips For Small Business

Don’t have a lot of money to invest in your biz marketing? No worries – you can find many advertising tactics you could take advantage of that will not blow your small marketing budget. Let’s see how much you can stretch those dollars. Here are some promotion tips for small companies working on a little…

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Help Docs are now live!

Our Help Documentation site is now online. You can now search for many of our commonly asked questions right from our help site. I admit it’s a little empty right now, but we will be continually updating it so fret not 🙂 Give it a try. Click on the Get help section at the top…

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Security Checks Included on all Managed Website Plans

It’s the little vulnerabilities of a website that can be more dangerous than the big ones. They’re the ones that go unnoticed. Vulnerabilities that the bad guys are just waiting to exploit. That’s why we decided to  include Security Checks on all Managed Website Plans. We look for a number of vulnerability updates and address issues like CSRF (Cross-Site…

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