So, the time has come to launch your website! And you’re determined to make a great first impression. But how do you know if you’re ready?
Insight, advice, news and chit chat
Getting clicks on your website is great, but it’s only half of the battle. Getting your visitors to stay on your website is an altogether different challenge, but something that is essential for keeping your search engine ranking high and converting clicks into customers.
Those of you with a WordPress site should know one new technical thing. WordPress uses a language called PHP – it’s installed and runs on your hosting server.
This is a post for anyone who advertises online!
Although having a website is almost considered a requirement for today’s businesses, unless your website is high quality and trustworthy, it can actually do more harm than good for your business.
The transition to working remotely was an abrupt one and one that many companies and employees might not have been ready for.
Enjoy this useful guest post from Michael Strelitz from Datasafe about all those seemingly suspicious emails we’re getting even more of – plus they’re doing a great offer!
If you work as a web designer and you’re yet to use a VPN, there is no better time than now to change that. Whether you’re designing a website or creating coding, any information you share online can be tracked and stolen, especially if you use a public Wi-Fi network for work. And you don’t want that!
This post will cover all those little niggly technology bits you should know about (even at a surface level) if you have your own website.
I love to write about marketing, anti-procrastination, and feelings, but sometimes I have to shine a light on the not so fun technical topics.
Like the fact that sometimes, WordPress websites get hacked by hackers!