Choosing a web host has been an important part of my website building adventures, ever since I purchased my first domain in 2003. I’ve done much research and had hands on experience with all sorts of web hosts.
Online reviews on places such as Google My Business and Facebook are great for your business. In the digital marketing space, we refer to this as social proof.
In my earlier days of freelancing, many of my clients and prospects were against the idea of a website maintenance plan. The main reasons were that they didn’t think they needed to spend more, and didn’t believe their website was “big enough” to be compromised.
Why spend ongoing time and attention on maintaining a website? Does it mean it is unsafe to begin with?
There is a very common mistake I encounter with domain names, which could be dangerous for your business if not resolved. I’d like to discuss why this is, and what you can do.
Spam or junk email is the bane of all internet users. There may be no way to eliminate email spam completely, but there are ways to prevent it.