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[Please see my ReVisited post as things have changed drastically since the writing of this post] If you use the Chrome or Firefox browsers, you may have been alarmed by a new message that can be found in your browser address bar. Both browsers are now announcing that websites that do not have a security…Read More
In light of my recent post admonishing businesses for relying on Facebook as their online presence the title of this post may sound a bit strange. For those of you who thought I was being a bit harsh about the need for a website I decided to see if I could find any reasons at…Read More
Last Thursday, WordFence revealed on their blog that the Mossack Fonseca data breach that resulted in the Panama Papers was possibly initiated via an outdated WordPress slider plugin. They have since done an update regarding the breach as it relates to WordPress. I’m sure many people are shocked that Mossack Fonseca wasn’t only running an…Read More
If you thought tax day was the only nail biting deadline in April, think again. Six days later on April 21st the huge, much anticipated Google search update is rolling out. The new search algorithm could end up hurting businesses who until then rank highly in search results if their websites don’t pass Google’s mobile…Read More
One of the most frequent questions I get from people in need of a website or a website makeover is: “Why WordPress, I’ve heard ______ is so much better?” You can fill the blank with Wix, Squarespace, Adobe Muse or any of the latest website builder tools that might be available and highly visible at…Read More
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…Read More