Updates to Website Maintenance Plans

Some New Year’s cheer for our web care clients

January 12, 2021

At the end of 2020, we started looking at how we can better serve our clients. So we did something a little crazy… We updated our Fundamental Web Care Plan. Starting this month, instead of just 30 minutes of support time each month, you get ONE FULL HOUR WITH NO PRICE INCREASE! That means more […]

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Important notice about privacy policies

August 11, 2020

Lately, we’ve been reaching out to our clients who don’t have a privacy policy in place. Why? Because they are pretty important. What’s a Privacy Policy? A Privacy Policy is a statement provided on a website that explains how you collect, use, and disclose Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Any website that has as little as […]

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Get ready for the next big change to privacy policy laws

December 30, 2019

Has your inbox recently been flooded with emails from companies letting you know that they have made changes to their website’s privacy policy? There is a reason for that – the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is about to go into effect. Are you scratching your head because you’re not sure what a privacy policy […]

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PHP 7.4: Update Your Site by the End of 2019

November 19, 2019

It’s difficult not to cringe when we see a website running on an ancient version of PHP. Outdated software makes websites vulnerable to attacks, ensures software incompatibility issues, and means you’re missing out on better performance and other improvements. This month (November 2019)  marks a new release of PHP, version 7.4, so we thought we’d […]

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Get Control Over Your Domain – Here’s Why it’s Important

September 17, 2019

DNS. Domain Name. IP Addresses. Just the thought of getting involved in anything that has to do with the aforementioned website terms can strike fear into one’s heart. But if it’s your job to deal with websites in any capacity, cozying up to these terms is certainly in your best interest. And once you’ve learned […]

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Website Maintenance Plans – Your Website’s Superhero

August 27, 2019

Around these parts, we love WordPress. It’s our jam. One of the reasons WordPress is so great is that it’s open-sourced software, so it’s open to everyone. This makes the cost of running websites in WordPress much lower. It also means that updates need to be made to the software more frequently to prevent security […]

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What Should You Do to Keep Your Website Alive?

June 12, 2019

What a relief! Your website is done, it’s gone live, and you can go back to business as usual. Right? Unfortunately, many people assume that you can just leave a website be and it’ll do exactly what you need it to — rank your business at the top of search and help prospects find their […]

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It’s Time to Redesign Your Website – And Here’s How You Know

June 5, 2019

We’ve all been there before – you visit a website, maybe on your phone, and it takes an incredibly long time to load. And once it does, the website doesn’t seem to fit on your mobile screen. You pinch and you pull on the screen, just so you can navigate the site, but you can’t […]

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Reap the Benefits of a CMS – The Advantages of Using WordPress for Your Website

May 23, 2019

It’s a familiar, yet tiresome scene. You’ve got website updates that need to be made ASAP, but the only person who can make them is a code-wrangling, tech savvy IT staffer who has other priorities ahead of yours. So, you wait. Patiently… But the roadblocks happen again and again, and your site stays stagnant. Enough […]

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How Much Will a Website Security Breach Cost Your Business?

May 9, 2019

Each year, Verizon publishes a new Data Breach Investigations Report which reveals the latest security trends. In 2018, the report uncovered this shocking statistic: 58% of those who reported a data and security breach in the past year were small businesses. If your website were to end up as one of the ones affected, could […]

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