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Getting Back to Work After The Holidays

You had a great long weekend or vacation, really great, but it's over and now you're back to work. Here are some tips that some professionals use to make a smooth transition from work to vacation and back to [...]

Patient Newsletters – Don’t Miss the Boat

Are you a Medical Practitioner? If so, you may be missing out on one of the most important tools that you have at your disposal. According to McKinsey research "E-mail remains a significantly more effective [...]

Did You Know? A Growing Collection of (Sometimes) Useful Knowledge for Website Owners

Did you know that the term pagerank, often used when referring to web page rank but actually PageRank was named after Larry Page. Did you know that Google started as a research project at Stanford [...]

What to do? How to protect your website.

A new website is hacked every five seconds. By the time you've read this article, over 100 websites will be attacked. Commonly compromises are due to outdated software or inserted malicious code via [...]

Are you responsive? A repost from August 2016 + offer

We originally posted this in August of 2016 but we think this is becoming increasingly important. Older websites that are not responsive to mobile devices will soon be left out of searches mobile and [...]

Techniques to Increase Niche Web Site Traffic

ways to target niche web traffic- There are so many ways to increase targeted website traffic, we'll try to touch on a few in this article. The first step is having a basic understanding of how the internet works as well as the behavior of [...]

The Dos and Don’ts of Twitter Marketing

Do you want to mix in your ads with your Twitter posts?  Twitter can be great as a marketing tooI if you proceed with caution.  Developing a brand on Twitter is important, but if you are not careful, that [...]

5 Smart Methods to Market Your Product on Twitter

How to compose a good ad for twitter Do you promote merchandise on-line? Whether or not you run a web-based store or you promote on eBay, Etsy or elsewhere, web advertising and marketing needs to be an element of your marketing strategy. Once you [...]

Managed WordPress Installation – All about Security

WordPress is the most popular publishing platform in the world. It runs over 27% of all websites worldwide. WordPress is also open source. Open Source means that the code that runs WordPress is visible to [...]

Mr. Robot is Close

email security Mr. Robot is a very popular USA Networks TV series that follows Elliot, a young programmer working as a cyber-security engineer by day, and a vigilante hacker by night. In the series Elliot is recruited by [...]

Great Interview – How Free Web Content Traps People In An Abyss Of Ads And Clickbait

Terry Gross of Fresh Air interviews Tim Wu, open internet advocate and author of the new book The Attention Merchants. His new book looks at how large web sites such as Google and Facebook create an [...]

Get Started With Periscope

My favorite social media network is Twitter. I love the immediacy of Twitter. It has so many uses, from breaking news to customer service. This article is about a fairly new app called Periscope by Twitter [...]

New Web Hosting Add-Ons

Bring your web site out of the dark ages of desktop! That sounds crazy, huh? But it's true!!! If your web site is not designed to be "responsive" to all devices, desktop, tablet, phones, etc. then you are [...]

Google Chrome v.55 – Flash Killer

For the past few years web developers and web security experts have been anticipating the demise of Adobe Flash. In the upcoming Google chrome browser, version 55, Google will finally say no more support for [...]

Security Alert for Ninja Forms WordPress

According to Wordpress, the free version of Ninja Forms has over 600,000 active installations, making this plugin one of the most widely used add ons for Wordpress. According to Sucuri Security, there has been [...]

Shopper Behavior Insights

Mobile has forever changed the way people shop. A shopper's smartphone is there for them anytime, anywhere in countless micro-moments. The question for retailers is: Are you prepared to meet these shoppers in [...]

What is the difference between SSL and TLS and why it matters to you?

difference between ssl tls What is the difference between SSL and TLS and why it matters to you? First, why it matters to you. If you are reading this it's most likely being read on a smart phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer [...]

Marcel Lehel Lazar, aka Guccifer – How vulnerable is your email?

email security Marcel Lehel Lazar, who used the alias, Guccifer, recently pleaded guilty to aggravated identity theft and unauthorized computer access in the Federal District Court for Eastern Virginia. As part of a plea [...]

Level 3 network outage

Level 3 networking, a global tier 1 network provider, is currently having an issue with their routing which is resulting in an issue causing some eastern US web traffic to fail. There is currently a map [...]

Ninja Forms Multiple Critical Security Vulnerabilities

Multiple critical security vulnerabilities were discovered in the Ninja Forms plugin for WordPress. If you are using a version less than 2.9.42, update immediately! Ninja Forms is a very popular [...]

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