A website is only as good as its content. A bad website is like a shotgun wedding between a cheap WordPress template and no content, bad content, or, even worse, plagiarized content. A great website is a beautiful marriage of good content, style and usability.
One of the most common questions we get asked is “What do you charge for websites?” Usually our answer is “That is a complicated question."
Asking how much a website will cost is like asking how much a vehicle will cost. When you purchase a vehicle the price will depend on what you need the vehicle for. Do you need a racecar, a minivan, a Jeep, a dump truck? You will pick your vehicle based on your driving goals, and the price associated with all those vehicles is wildly different.
With July 1st just days away, it’s officially time to move your site from HTTP to HTTPS or else suffer the Google consequences. Starting next month with the release of Chrome 68, Google will begin labeling ALL sites that have not migrated to HTTPS as “not secure”.
If you use Google Analytics, there’s a good chance that in the last couple of weeks you’ve received an email from Google regarding your data retention settings. The email states that “any user and event data that is older than your retention setting will be marked for permanent deletion”, effective May 25, 2018.
Happy World Password Day!
Since 2013, the first Thursday of May has been designated as World Password Day. Intel Security created the holiday in an effort to raise awareness about the importance of password security and promote better password habits. With cybercrime on the rise, it’s become exceedingly important that we take the necessary steps to protect our personal information and identity.
Fake reviews have become an increasingly common problem for local companies with Google Business listings. Whether from a competitor or a disgruntled former employee, fake comments can have a major impact on the livelihood of a business, as reviews often play a large role in a potential customer’s decision about what company to give their business to.
In April of this year Google announced a new security feature in which all HTTP website pages will be labeled “not secure” in the newest Chrome browser (version 62) when a user begins to enter information into a form on that site. With implementation of this change scheduled to begin in October, Google sent out emails last week via Search Console accounts that notified site owners with applicable pages.
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