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Help! We’ve Been Hacked

Your website won’t open. You’re seeing a white screen, or worse, a big red warning message that says that your site is toxic and warns visitors to turn away. If you’re signed up for Google’s Webmaster Tools – and you should be – you’ll get an email telling you that your site is dangerous and […]

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Pros and Cons of PDFs: Part 1

PDF’s are Great for . . . Manuals and Instructions If you’re out looking for information on the web, you’ll find lots of PDF files. The Portable Document File is everywhere you look. If you’ve recently purchased anything from a kitchen appliance to a computer, you will have searched the packing materials and found – […]

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Spelling & Grammar on the Web

Theres nothing wrong with having a well written web site. More folks than you imagine will “bounce” from a site for lack of trust. You are judged on the quality of the words you use to describe your product or service. Uncorrected spelling errors and gross grammatical mistakes communicate that you don’t even care enough […]

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Free Templates Beware

Are you considering using a free web template? If you are, be sure you do your research. As with most free products there are advantages and disadvantages. Certainly free is good, but you may be inviting problems when you choose a free web template. The first question you may want to ask yourself is: “Do […]

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Quick Tip Tuesday – Nobody Reads Your Website

Nobody Reads Your Website 10 seconds. That’s all you get. Info seekers decide just that quickly whether they’ll stay or go. In that time they are scanning your web page for any word or picture that will send them to the answer that they need. In fact, your page is much more like a highway […]

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Quick Tip Tuesday Build a Great “About Us” Page

Who Are These People? When a new visitor comes to your web site seeking products, information or advice, they need to feel confident that: You’re a real person. You know what you’re talking about. You care about the folks you’re talking to. Your best opportunity to get these points across is in your “About Us” […]

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Don’t Struggle for Content

Many organizations struggle to generate relevant content for their Facebook page, website, blog, emails, newsletters… and twitter account. We don’t have enough people or time to create that much content, we barely have enough time to run our organization. This common theme is true for many organizations. Relax don’t let content creation keep you from […]

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