As usual I haven’t gone into all the boring ins and outs. Just make sure you read this post and update your website or get your developer to do it (if they haven’t done so already!).
It’s the holiday spending season so please be aware of scammers trying to take your hard earned cash using PayPal.
This one’s to ensure you are up to date with your WordPress website security and was announced on September, 15th 2015.
It’s an important one and you’ll be pleased I haven’t gone into all the boring ins and outs. Just make sure you read this post and update your website or get your developer to do it (if they haven’t done so already!).
A quick post to spread the word about the release of an important WordPress security and maintenance update that you need to know about and Act on Now (apologies if you already heard about this but better to be safe than sorry).
With this WebSideView article we want to ensure your website is not left vulnerable to attack…
I completely understand that this can seem daunting for a lot of people, especially when building and designing websites has always been seen as something only intelligent “computer geeks” do.
Well that might be the mindset for a lot of people and yes like any other job/business it’s not easy and requires someone who knows what they’re doing to walk you through.
So that’s what I’m going to do.
I’m going to shed some light on the things you need to know before you get your website built.
We would be foolish to ignore the power of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for both work and leisure.
It’s clear that social media is powerful but how does that affect me and you?
Well, it affects you if you run a business, are self-employed or you are someone looking to buy or use the services these people offer.
So my question was
“how are my connections going online? and how would this impact their business?”
Google Mobile Friendly Update is very real and will effect your website and business (if it hasn’t already).
I know what you are thinking,
“here we go again with some hyped up Google update”
Think that at your own risk, the 21st April 2015 has come and gone and considering it has also been referred to as; “Mobilepocalyse, Mopocalypse or Mobocalypse” as well as Mobilegeddon it’s only a matter of time before we start reading reports of big drops in Google search rankings.
Can you afford to gamble and lose business?
Let’s face it, in any business there will always be rogues trying to make quick money by ripping someone off. That’s a sad, frustrating unfortunate truth but you can protect yourself by arming yourself with some knowledge and asking the right questions.
“Managing Your WordPress Website Without a Developer” might sound a little daunting but bare with me, it really isn’t.
I’m not expecting you to become “Neo” or turn into an expert coder.
I just want to make sure you have everything you need to keep your website going without having to call your developer each time (paying fees) when you could have done it yourself (yes I really did just say that).