For the next few weeks, we are going to do a series of SEO tips, designed for the small business owner to improve their own SEO. Check in each week for your Tuesday Tip: SEO SERIES. For this week’s #tiptuesday, I’d like to discuss keywords. Keywords are the building blocks of your online marketing plan.
The pros and cons of social media have been a topic of discussion for years. There’s no doubt that counting and comparing likes can become a self-esteem boost … or deflation, depending on how your social media is received. Too much focus on how content is received also tends to skew the content that is
This day and age there are a plethora of content management systems on the market. You’ve probably heard a few of the names bounced around: WordPress, Concrete5, Magenta, SquareSpace or Wix. But which is best for your small business? While no two businesses have the same needs, there are clear pros and cons of each
The past week, WordPress 5.0 was released, and along with it a brand new editor that will dramatically change WP. Here’s what you need to know.
On occasion, it is necessary to check your email on a browser. Not only is your email accessible from any computer or location, but the webmail has a ton of extra information and settings that are important.Here’s a quick tutorial on how to check your email in a browser.
Google is changing the rules in regard to SSL certificates and you need to know about it.
Your car regularly gets tune ups. Your lawn gets mowed regularly. Your computer even needs a little help once in a while. What about your website?
Social Media Marketing has caused more than its fair share of whining amongst small businesses. They struggle with it. Learn how to do better.
Branding is the visual message that represents (or doesn’t represent) your business. What does your brand say?
If you’ve used WordPress at all, most likely you’ve had some experience with WordPress’s wealth of plugins. Learn about how to choose the best plugins.
2 days ago, WordPress released what they called a “critical security release” for all previous versions. This new release patches a vulnerability that was found in the commenting of WordPress which would allow a potential hacker access to your site. This comes on the heels of several other vulnerabilities found in a whole list of
If you’re reading any tech news, you know that WordPress has been subject to a number of hacks and security issues in the last few weeks. Being in the limelight as one of the most popular CMS’s available puts it into the target scope for hackers. Hacking happens, that is true. But most of the