Posts Tagged “website”

What Do You Do If You’ve Been Hacked?

by Kelly Kirkham

Hacked is a broad word, and typically doesn’t refer to only one type of data breach. However, no matter how your information has been leaked, infiltrated, stolen, or tampered with, it’s time-consuming and incredibly frustrating to clean up. The effort and resources necessary to deal with a hack can vary depending on how you respond,…

How To Install An SSL Certificate For Your Reseller Website

by Kelly Kirkham

Security should be a major priority and concern for all hosting resellers. Keeping your client information safe is paramount to your success as a reseller. An SSL Certificate is an easy way to increase security while also proving to website visitors that you are a reliable, reputable web host that is worthy of their business….

Best Tools To Help You Choose Domain Names

by Kelly Kirkham

Some ideas are born with the perfect domain name. Someone may think of a product or service, and the domain name rolls right along with it. Others are not so lucky… It can take days or weeks of contemplating your next website URL. Notepads full of scratched out ideas won’t get you far, so here…

How To Avoid Content Clichés On Your Website

by Michael Wolter

The English language is a rich source of creativity and originality, yet we all dabble in clichés to a certain extent. We use unnecessary bridge words like literally all the time, claiming to be certain when we’re really just confident. Worst of all, we exaggerate (‘fabulous’, ‘sumptuous’) and occasionally defy reality (‘110%’). It isn’t possible…

HTML Basics for Online Businesses

by Michael Wolter

If you run an online company, chances are you’ll need to know some basic HTML at some stage. Although it can seem daunting at first, there are a few pieces of HTML code that will be invaluable to you as you build and manage your online business. When did computer coding start? The first electrically…

The Top 5 Essential WordPress Plugins

by Michael Wolter

When WordPress first came on the scene, website development the world over underwent a seismic shift. Suddenly, it was no longer necessary to be a coding genius to build a website. Users could use a simple, easy-to-learn interface to build a professional-looking website in a fraction of the time with little to no coding knowledge….

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