Ways Marketers Can Use Facebook Hashtags

Why Facebook Hashtags? As you’ve undoubtedly seen, hashtags are now clickable and useable on Facebook. Using a hashtag # (or pound symbol) in front of a word or phrase turns the word into a clickable link. When you click on the link, you’ll see a feed of public posts...

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Google Chrome and Unsecure Websites

Today-- Tuesday, 24 July -- sees the release of Chrome 68. Many people will regard this as just another browser update, but the release sees an important change to the way Chrome handles unencrypted websites. The new way in which non-HTTPS sites are handled means that...

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Why Your Website Needs Regular Care and Maintenance

A website is a critical component of any business in today's digital world. Whether you're using it to build a reputation for your brand, strengthen your strategy for customer relationships, or you simply want another avenue through which to sell your products - you...

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The Power of Marketing

Being in the business of web design I am often asked the question how can I get my business out there? Obviously my answer is, "you need a website to start off with" however a website is only a part of a large marketing plan. How important do you think marketing is...

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Is Google My Business Worth the Effort For Local SEO?

Google wants to make everyone happy. It’s at its most profitable when everyone is happy; when people get what they’re searching for, they’re more inclined to use the search engine, which makes its ads more valuable. When businesses get more visibility on the search...

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Need Help? We are now geared for efficiency!

We are all faced with challenges when it comes to technology, and some people are more knowledgeable than others, but there is nothing more frustrating than trying to get assistance and not getting a response. Most support calls are repetitive and can easily be...

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How To Secure Your Passwords

Let’s face facts: it's easy to forget passwords. People often use simple words, such as a pet's name, or easy-to-remember dates such as a wedding anniversary. A hacker could try your name, children's names, birthdates and pets' names as passwords to get access to your...

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