Does My Website Need an SSL Certificate?

SSL is mainly used to protect credit card transactions and login credentials. However, it is also becoming an essential feature for installation on just about every website. Google won`t mark an SSL-protected website as insecure and will increase its SEO ranking. Visitors will consider such websites to be trustworthy. SSL also protects sites against phishing attacks aimed at intercepting data. In this article, we answer 8 common questions about SSL to help you decide whether or not you need an SSL certificate installed on your site. 

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Holiday Cards: Why and How We Greet our Customers

Who doesn’t like to receive kind wishes during the December holidays? Marketers say that a card is more than a nice touch; it can also lead to more business. We believe that the most important reason to send holiday cards is to express gratitude and appreciation with clients and business partners. Continue reading if you want to know why, when, and how we send holiday cheer. We are also happy to share our warmest wishes for this holiday season; find the animated e-card at the link

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How to Secure Your WordPress Website From Hackers

Webmasters and website owners are responsible for the security of their websites. We’re working hard to develop, optimize and put them online, so it makes sense to protect what we’re working at.

If you were not familiar with how to secure a WordPress site in the past, it’s time to fill in the gaps now. The more you know and aware of, the more you can prevent so that your website could stay live 24/7.

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Case Study: SocialFlow Plugin for WordPress

SocialFlow is a New York-based enterprise software company focused on providing technology that helps companies distribute their owned and earned content across social media platforms. SocialFlow application algorithms analyse user behaviour and optimize all released content based on real-time data.

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The Most SEO Unfriendly Things about WordPress to Fix

WordPress is one of the most popular website and blogging platforms on the web, powering 25% of all websites. However, just because it’s popular, doesn’t mean that it’s perfect. WordPress is a great option for starting a new website. It gives you some nice defaults for basic SEO. But to be truly competitive it’s going to need a little TLC. If you are meticulous about SEO, then consider making these changes to your WordPress theme. With a little time and set up, you can have your WordPress website running more SEO-friendly.

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How to Deal with Fake Bot Traffic

It can be very exciting to see a spike in traffic on your website; relief that you are finally doing something right. However, it is becoming increasingly more common to have spikes in traffic due to a fraudulent source known as bad bots.

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Building SEO into your WordPress Website

How awesome it is to work with a developer to customize your own ideas into a WordPress theme you can be proud of. Standing out from the crowd will win respect from friends and clients. Competitors will be jealous (even though they won’t say so). Ah, and that warm satisfying feeling wells up within you when you gaze upon it. But how do you ensure that your finished product works for search engines too?

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The Power of the Post: Optimizing WordPress Posts

Have you noticed how within seconds after making a WordPress post it becomes cached and indexed by Google? Other pages may seem to take forever to win attention from search engines. Why does the post seem to carry more weight than other page types? Is it by design or just purely accidental?

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