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13 Steps to a Secure Website

There are many things to consider about building a website. Once it’s built it’s not over. You have a shiny new website, but if you’re not careful it can become a nightmare. How secure your site is depends on the choices you’ve made before, during and after it’s built and published. 1. Choose the Right Platform There are many different types of website builders, content management systems (CMS), and platforms

How to Find a WordPress Theme That Matches Your Needs and Message

One of the questions I am often asked is, what is the best theme for your WordPress theme? The simple answer is no theme is better than any other, I know of highly successful blog built on the standard themes that come preloaded with a fresh install of WordPress and I know of others that use predesigned themes and others using full custom designed themes. You want the theme to

Eight Tools to Help You Build Your Online Community

One of the best ways to generate leads, maximize sales, spread brand awareness, and develop new opportunities is to offer your audience an online community to join and be part of. By making yourself available to a community online, you can find out in advance what types of things your audience needs to solve their problems. Online communities will literally put you at the forefront of knowledge within your community.

Twelve WordPress Plugins That Boost Your Content Marketing Efforts

If you use WordPress for your website and blog and to be honest almost all businesses should, then you know how powerful it is when it comes to search engine optimization right out of the box. But, thanks to WordPress plugins you can extend the functionality of your WordPress website easily. It just takes a few clicks and some easy set-up that simply requires that you can follow directions and

Some Basic WordPress Security

In this video we’re going to cover some of the basic WordPress security measures that you can put into place for your WordPress website. There are several different WordPress security measures you can actually have but I’m only going to cover some of the basic ones in this video. Number 1 – no matter how you install WordPress, the very first ID number in the database is going to be

WordPress Themes Free or Premium

WordPress powers approximately twenty three percent of all websites, it’s free and open source software, which means that it’s widely supported and very, very popular. WordPress Themes to the lay person are the designs that provide the visual design of your website and there are many wonderful free themes that you can use to build your new website or to build your blog. There are also many free responsive design

How to Take Inventory of Your Existing Links

It’s important to occasionally not only check up on who is linking to your site, but also what links you have linking out on your own site. Linking inventory isn’t hard to do today thanks to technology. Finding Out Who Links to You: * WhoLinks2Me.com – Enter your domain name and this site will check to see who is linking to your site for free. Just install the code on

Why Your Website Needs to Be Mobile Now

Why Your Website Needs to Be Mobile Now Everyone it seems has a mobile phone and mobile devices like Smartphones and Tablets are outselling personal computers by a massive amount. You have only to wonder around your local shopping centre to see this, almost everyone you meet will at some point have a Smartphone in their hand. As mobile technology becomes more efficient and affordable, more and more Smartphones and

Three Top Hacks for Driving More Traffic to Your WordPress Blog

WordPress is a great way to get a website up and running fast. Free, flexible, and endlessly customizable, it is suitable for both large and small projects. Whether you are developing a small personal blog, setting up a media-rich portfolio site, or in charge of managing a major corporate website, WordPress can make your job easier and your work more powerful. With tens of millions of sites currently running the

The Best Platform for Building Your Business Website

To build a well-running, attractive website you need a content management system (CMS) that allows you to develop an “all-in-one” online presence. You need a place to host your blog, your articles, and other information about your products and/or services. The very best CMS that is available today is simple to use, easy to update, and used widely by small and large businesses alike. That platform is self-hosted WordPress. First,


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