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12 Funniest Domain Name Mistakes

The news of the death of Margaret Thatcher last week sent thousands of people flocking to Facebook and Twitter to share their views on the deceased ex-Prime Minster. However, one particular hashtag trend made the headlines for quite a funny reason: #NowThatcherIsDead caused panic and sadness for fans of a certain celebrity, as they wrongly… Read More »

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How Optimized Is Your Law Firm’s Website?

Lawyers are always hearing that they need to optimize their blogs, optimize their websites, and optimize just about every online marketing effort they’re putting out there. You could call up an SEO agency to evaluate your website for you, come up with some metrics, and tell you where your site is performing and what could… Read More »

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Are You Helping Or Hindering Your Business: Common Mistakes New Webmasters Make

Owning a website isn’t exactly a walk in the park. There are ups and there are downs. Sometimes, there may be situations in which you feel you’ve planned everything perfectly and nothing seems to work quite as you’d expected. Instead of becoming discouraged, take a moment to consider what may be missing. What works for… Read More »

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Quick Guidelines For Your Free WordPress Hosting

WordPress site hosting is generally considered to be very cheap, especially if you don’t have that many requirements for your site, it would suit you perfectly. By paying very little, you could get shared hosting with a provider and that would suit you just fine, in the beginning at least. But even then, many people… Read More »

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12 Actions You Need to Take Before Launching Your Website

On your marks.  Get set.  Go.  I love the “go” stage of launching a website, but there are several steps you should take to “get set” which is how I refer to the pre-launch website process. There’s more to launching a new site than writing text and adding images.  You know that … there’s navigation,… Read More »

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How to Recover from a Site Crash

When your website crashes, you may feel overwhelmed and unsure of what to do next in order to get your site back up and running as normal. Following a few tips and guidelines before any crash occurs is a way for you to ensure you are capable of handling any mishap you may face regardless… Read More »

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Don’t Leave Your Website Monitoring To Chance

Website downtime can have a negative impact on both sales and your company’s reputation. You can help improve your response times by using a website monitoring company. Consumers and businesses today are becoming more reliant on the internet. We’re searching for more information online and carrying out increased transactions. Therefore, when something goes wrong it… Read More »

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Why Every Business Should Consider Web Hosting On Dedicated Servers

Many companies overlook the option of web hosting on dedicated servers because they are concerned about the added cost of doing so. The advantages of choosing dedicated server hosting should not be discounted though; shared web hosting can’t guarantee 100% stability and reliability. With a dedicated server, you have more control over the variables which… Read More »

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