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15 Common Website Security Myths

Over the years, I’ve heard lots of Website Security Myths. So, here’s a list of some of the top Small business Website Security misconceptions. Myth #1 – My business is too small, it won’t get hacked. Of all the website security myths I hear, this one is the most common from small businesses. Hackers don’t…

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You Need A Website Redesign, When…

Sometimes website redesigns are necessary. The question is, how often and when do I know I need a website redesign? Obviously, redesign work requires budget and time, so you don’t want to just do it for the sake of doing it. There needs to be a reason and a purpose. Here’s a list of 11…

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Happy National Proofreading Day

How to quickly check for grammatical errors

#NationalProofreadingDay March 8th is National Proofreading Day. This day was created to bring awareness to the importance of correct grammar usage through proofreading. Now, doesn’t that sound like fun? The truth is, there’s a lot of online content that could use some proofreading. Here are 5 Most Common Grammatical Errors  and  here are some funnier ones….

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National Clean Out Your Computer Day

#CleanOutYourComputerDay The second Monday in February is National Clean Out Your Computer Day. Give your computer a cleanup. More than just a peace of mind, a digital clean up may make your computer run more efficiently and make you more productive. Files take up room on your computer. When a drive on your computer is full,…

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Non-HTTPS Sites Flagged as “Not Secure” in 2017

#movingtoHTTPS #SSLeverywhere Browsers and search engines have been advocating SSL (https) for websites for some time, and they have been slowly making small strides to steer developers and users toward https. Chrome announced another step in this direction with the latest upcoming browser release, version 56, in January 2017. What’s the difference between HTTP and HTTPS? HTTP is…

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