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Like many modern website management packages, WordPress is updated regularly to address new security exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed and issues that may arise. WordPress security Improving your WordPress security is always an ongoing process that you should pursue. You must always keep up to date with the latest version of WordPress. Older versions of WordPress are not maintained with security updates. You should always also update plugins and make sure your plugins are from reputable developers. We also highly recommend the use of WordFence Security Plugin. they also have a firewall that you can use.Also, you must have a hosting platform that specializes in WordPress and its security and you must be with a company that specializes in WordPress development. We strongly advise ALL our clients who have WordPress blogs or sites to take security very seriously.  After all, it is the most widely used platform on...

What are the key website success factors? Brand or name recognition. When you're starting out, you won't have the advantage of a big name, unless you're successful enough to merge with an already established company. To build up your reputation, practice good business. For instance, make sure you respond to your customers' orders promptly. If you can't do it yourself, set up an autoresponder or hire a person to deal with orders. Offer rebates if the customer is dissatisfied with your product or service. Most of all, keep up a friendly persona. Generally, as the adage goes, the customer is always right. This isn't always an easy rule to live by, but it's important that a beginning business try as much as it can to observe it.The more you do good business and the more you promote yourself, the more you'll get a name going into internet markets. The speed...

What are your website load times? Load speed is the speed at which your website loads. There are a number of sites where you can measure your PageSpeed. Load speed is important for a number of reasons. Primarily, because faster loading websites offer a better user experience than slow ones. Put simply, people hate waiting for a page to load.But it’s not just desktop users. We have reached the tipping point where mobile browsing has overtaken desktop and laptop browsing - 51 percent over 42 percent in the US in 2015. And if there’s one thing that mobile users demand it’s fast websites.Google understands this, and that's why it specifically states that site speed is one of the variables that it measures as part of its overall search algorithm. It won’t tell us how much of a ranking factor load speed represents, but it doesn’t often shed light on its algorithm...

Your website serves as the digital storefront for your business. If it doesn’t look appealing, load quickly or even have a mobile version, customers are going to keep walking. Many small business owners rely on their website to bring in a steady stream of leads and educate potential customers on what they offer.However, when it comes to designing and developing a website, most of those same small business owners think they can’t have all the bells and whistles that larger businesses have. But that’s not true. Why? Meet WordPress.It’s commonly referred to as a “content management system” because of its ability to let you easily create and organize all of the pages and media you upload to your site and customize your won blogs.Interested in learning why it’s the best option for your small business’ website? Keep reading . . . You’ll be able to start using your website as...