5 Essential Reasons Why Having a Mobile Friendly Website Matters

Some of the biggest reasons why companies don’t have a mobile friendly website is because they don’t see the value, lack the resources to make necessary changes, or both. Unfortunately for them, with about half of all web site visits now coming from mobile devices, being mobile friendly today is not a luxury. It’s a necessity. Here are five reasons why being mobile friendly in 2015 is important. 1: Google Said So. Google already penalizes non-friendly sites, but now they are increasing the stakes. On February 26th Google made an announcement that they will be making crucial...

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Does your website make the grade?

You’ve worked hard on your website but is it working for you? Today it’s not just a matter of having a website, it’s having a properly built website. Mobile Friendly? Fast Loading? Broken Links? Optimized? SEO? Lots more buzz words that make your head spin. Let me take the spin away.  I will examine your website and provide you with a detailed report of it’s current condition, and offer recommendations on how to improve it. I will check: Mobile Friendliness. How your site looks to mobile visitors is fast becoming a major condition for search engines to rank your site...

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Mobile Readiness and SEO Report Offer

Google is making a big change to how they decide how your site ranks. With 45+% of people using mobile phones and tablets to surf the web, being mobile friendly is crucial! ““Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact in our search results.”” Is your website ready?  Are you sure? Special Limited Time Offer: For $99 I will review your website for the following issues: Mobile Readiness SEO Status, including a ranking...

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A Quick Guide to WordPress Security.

This short guide focuses on WordPress Security. WordPress is one of the leading content management systems or CMS that are in use today. It powers easily one fifth of the web. Because it is so popular it is a high target for hackers. Out of the box or freshly installed (since WordPress doesn’t come in a box) it is very secure software. WordPress has a very good reputation for stability and rapidly fixing holes when they are discovered. That said you can always do a little more. In analyzing over 500,000 break in attempts on my clients sites 1 particular attack type is the most common....

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The Importance of Security

It’s vitally important today that you have a secure website. Every day thousands of websites are hacked or otherwise compromised by malicious hackers. If your website is hacked, your online reputation can suffer. You lose the trust of your clients, your visitors and prospects. To keep your website secure there are three key things to keep in mind. Number One: You must have secure web hosting. It is important that you host your website on a web host that takes security seriously. If your host does not keep their servers up to date, or do regular and routine security checks, you run the...

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Driving Traffic to your new website

Congratulations! You built a website, now comes the challenging part: Driving Traffic to it. You have a new website. It’s New. It’s sparkly. It’s live and it’s open for business. Great! Now what do you do? One of the hardest things about having a website is always getting it noticed. Driving Traffic to a brand new website is every web site owners challenge. You will hear people talking about “search engines” and “directories” and a ton of other geeky jargon, but what can you do to make your site more visible and get more visitors? Several things in fact, that don’t require a PHD...

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