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How to Stop Your Website Going Offline

How to Stop Your Website Going Offline

If you have a website, it is important that it is always available. The last thing you need is for visitors to discover your site has gone down, especially if it is a critical element of your business. In this post, we’ll look at why websites can suffer downtime and what you can do to …

Web Hosting or Online Website Builder: Which is the Best for Your Website?

Web Hosting or Online Website Builder: Which is the Best for Your Website?

Where ever you go these days, you’ll see adverts for online website builders: software services that let you create websites easily without the need for any coding knowledge. These services can make creating a website very easy but, when you use them, you are often tied to the company’s hosting service which might not offer …

First WannaCry, Now Petya – Staying Secure Against Mass Ransomware Attacks

First WannaCry, Now Petya – Staying Secure Against Mass Ransomware Attacks

Just a month after the sweeping WannaCry attacks, we now see a new ransomware threat, a Petya variant, causing havoc across the globe. As is usual with these kinds of attacks, users find themselves staring at a ransom screen informing them that their data has been encrypted and that they need to pay $300 in …

10 Tips for Choosing a Payment Gateway for WordPress Websites

10 Tips for Choosing a Payment Gateway for WordPress Websites

If you want to sell anything from your WordPress website, whether a physical product, a digital download or a membership, then you need to be able to take payments from your customers. To do this you will most likely need a payment gateway. In this post, we’ll give ten tips to help you choose the …

A Guide to Effective Content Planning

A Guide to Effective Content Planning

For a website to do well, it needs content that engages visitors and converts them into customers. The most effective way to achieve this is through developing a content plan. In this post, we’ll provide you with a strategic, four-stage framework to help you put this into place.   Stage 1: Getting to grips with …

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