1. Is Your Website as Powerful as it Could Be? Tips for 2019!

    Did You Know….

    • Studies show that product/service assessment takes buyers about 90 seconds.
    • When that same shopper is looking to buy online, that number is reduced to 8 seconds – 94% of those impressions are influenced by the website design.
    • More startling, is that when shopping online, your product is not just judged for what it is but 75% of users judge your brand credibility based on your website design.

    Consequently, it is vital that you have a website design that commands the attention of your site guests, so that you can maximize user engagement.

  2. 4 Tips to Choose Secure WordPress Hosting 

    If you run a WordPress website, it’s important to have the right type of hosting. You can read more about choosing a reliable Managed WordPress Hosting Company here.

    In this article we are going to get a little more geeky into some server difference that often (or at least should) be addressed on a good WordPress hosting plan.

  3. GDPR Compliance: We’ve Updated Our Privacy Policy

    In order to comply with the recent GDPR requirements which go into effect on May 25th 2018, we have updated our Privacy Policy.

    If you have a website and have questions about how the GDPR may affect you, check out this article by WP Beginner.

    You may also want to consider a plugins such as this one for adding GDPR compliance to your website.

    If you have any questions about how we handle your data, please don’t hesitate to  contact us.

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    6 Ways to Avoid Getting Your WordPress Website Hacked

    When it comes to building a company website, it can be tempting to look for ways to save a little bit of money.  However, like many things in life, taking a shortcut doesn’t necessarily add value or save time/money in the long run. This is certainly true should you decide to use free or inexpensive plugins or website templates when you develop with WordPress.

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    What to Do if You Have been the Victim of a Cyber Attack

    In our last article, we talked about what to do to prevent a breach in cyber security. But what if you have already been the victim of a scam or malware attack? How do you move forward and protect yourself and your clients from being victims at a later date? The feelings associated with a cyber-attack range from disbelief to denial, anger, embarrassment and ultimately, being ready to take action.  The one thing you don’t need to do is PANIC.

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    7 Tips to Protect Your Company’s Digital Sensitive Information

    We live in a world where, more than ever before, knowledge is power. Consequently, people look for information in a variety of ways, using a wide range of methods – and not all of them are above board. Perhaps one of the most invasive ways personal private information is obtained is via the Web.

  7. Wordpress websites, Raleigh NC

    WordPress Site Security Basics Everyone Needs to Know

    Ever wonder why a hacker would be interested in your website? Think your site is too small or ‘insignificant’ to be hacked?

    It is not uncommon to think a ‘small’ site is immune to malevolent hackers. But the truth is that no site is immune, and small sites are just as likely to fall victim to the attacks as larger ones.

    Knowing some basic information about hacking and how to protect your site is the first step to decreasing your security risk. Here are answers to some common questions about site security:

  8. WordPress Update 3.9.2

    There have been some nasty hacks circulating the interwebs targeting WordPress recently. If you are running WordPress, we recommend that you update your site to 3.9.2 as soon as possible, as well as all your plugins. If you are currently subscribed to our WordPress update service, then we will handle that for you. Note, that is a different service than hosting. If you are not sure if you are getting updated by us, contact us to inquire about that.

    Here’s the full info from WordPress.