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Common Website Security Issues

Common Website Security Issues Much like a burglar tries to break into your home, there are hackers who may try to take advantage of known website security issues to break into your business website. Why, you might ask? Well, if you have an e-commerce website, they may be looking to steal customer credit card information.…

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Web Design 101: WordPress vs Static HTML

Which one should I use for my website? Huh? You may not understand the question but it is an important question to ask. The 2 main ways of building a website are by using a Content management System (CMS) like WordPress, or writing all of the HTML/CSS code from scratch. Using a content management system…

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Will Adding a Blog Help My SEO Efforts?

Will Adding a Blog Help My SEO Efforts? If you’re already investing in SEO services for your business website, congratulations. You’re making one of the best marketing investments there is. But are you doing everything you can? A blog can be a big investment timewise, if you write it yourself, but the SEO benefits can…

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Blogging by the Numbers

The question is no longer should you blog, but how often? While paid advertising has and always will play an important role in your business marketing strategy, organic SEO (search engine optimization) is becoming more and more important, as the majority of people now go online when they’re looking for a new product or service.…

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How to Write a Blog

Blogs are an easy addition to your web marketing strategy. Blogs can help you get free traffic, engage your customers, and help you increase business. Writing blogs creates new content for your website, and Google LOVES new content. OK, so you’re busy. Blogging for small business might not seem like a priority, but consider this:…

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Does My Business Need a Blog?

You may think that once you have a website design and your website is up and running, that that is the last time you need to think about it. Wrong. If you allow your website to stagnate, and all of the content is outdated, your site won’t perform highly in search engine results, and if…

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