Business Websites and Blogs

Is Your WordPress Website Secretly Harboring Malware?

Dealing with a malware injection on a WordPress website isn’t a picnic on the best of days. Dealing with one my first day after arriving in Maine; after a 993 mile drive in a packed Ford Focus with my 6 foot 2 son and a ticked off cat?  Well, let’s just say my first day…

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My Experience as a Woman in WordPress

At a time when some women web designers are battling abuse by our male counterparts, I consider myself truly lucky that I personally haven’t dealt with it. Perhaps it’s because my name isn’t widely known or that I haven’t yet attended a large conference.  Or maybe, just maybe it’s because I began building WordPress websites…

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Think Your Little Website Is Immune to Hackers? Think Again.

As someone who provides ongoing WordPress Website Care and Maintenance, a few things have come to my attention in recent months.  The first is that there are three distinct types of WordPress website owners when it comes to security.  And the second is that people mistakenly think hackers are only targeting big brands, banks and…

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Why Your Business Blog is a Ghost Town

You listened to the experts who said the best way to keep your website fresh and get noticed by Google was with a business blog.  You spent hours, maybe even days, reading and re-reading articles about blogging for business.  You’ve carefully crafted blog posts that you were sure would be a hit.  So why is…

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WordPress: You Can't Just Set it and Forget it

Note: This post was already written when I began seeing reports about the brute force attacks on WordPress installations.  I wrote a new post to address fears regarding the brute force attacks here.  WordPress makes it easy to build a great website but… There are so many great things that can be said about using…

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