How Website SEO Has Changed

“SEO is not what it used to be. You can’t just pop up an ugly website, throw up mediocre content, build a few links and expect to rank well.” Times have changed. Search Engine Optimization (SEO): How to make your website stand out when user’s search for information. SEO has been a changing landscape over…

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Why I Stopped Using “Actually” and “But” In My Customer Emails

There is a small band of words that take away from your message, any message, and “actually” is their leader, say the smart people at Buffer. It almost doesn’t matter how good the news is; if it comes after “actually,” the recipient feels like they were somehow wrong about something. This article demonstrates this fact…

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Scheduled Downtime on March 23-24

Our hosting provider has scheduled downtime to upgrade its data center infrastructure for 6 hours on March 23-24, 2015. This affects all of our servers, as well as tens of thousands of others hosted in this environment. All websites and related services will be unavailable for the duration of this downtime. Outage Starts At

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10 Simple Tips for Making Your Home Wifi Network Faster

“We often think of wifi networks as virtual, uniform fields that fill our living spaces. In fact, they’re very physical signals that can be blocked or scattered by walls, other electronics, and even people. Where you put your router — and what’s around it — make a big difference in the strength of your network….

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Ten Ways The World Changed In 2014

The tech industry makes leaps forward all the time, and this past year was no exception. From new roles for recent technology, to new platforms and unexpected applications emerging, there was a huge shift towards making people’s interactions with technology easier and personalized this year. See the detailed list of

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Responsive Websites vs. Mobile Websites vs. Mobile Apps

Which is best for reaching your website’s mobile users? With the large increase of mobile device users, having mobile friendly access for your website can be a huge asset to any business. There are three main approaches to providing information and interaction to mobile device users: Responsive (and adaptive) website design, mobile websites, and mobile…

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Mobile Devices Tighten Grip on Canadian Internet Users

For some users, mobile access to the Internet has become so convenient that it’s now the only way they go online. 1.3 million Canadians only use a mobile device to access the Internet and won’t use a computer at all, said comScore’s Paul Rich, a senior account manager. About 49 percent of Canadian Internet users…

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10 Ways Google Analytics Can Help your Small Business

“As one of the farthest reaching communication tools available, a website is accessible to consumers 24 hours a day, 365 days out of the year, or in other words – at all times,” said president and founder of WebLink International, DJ Muller. This is why using a tool to analyze your website’s statistics is incredibly valuable. It allows…

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Basic Photo Editing for your Website

Do you want to add new images to your website but need some help to resize or edit your photos? Or have you recently added photos and noticed these common problems? Pages are loading slowly. Images look stretched or distorted. Slideshows are causing the content to move up/down. When you take a photo with a…

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4 Things CEOs Who Stay Off Social Media Don’t Have to Worry About

What CEO really has time to waste with social media? With “68% of Fortune 500 CEOs having no social presence on any of the major networks,” you too can be included with a top select group, who also agree that social media is just a trend. But being a part of an elite group doesn’t always mean…

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