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Is WordPress good for my website?

One of the common misconceptions about WordPress is that since it is open source, it may not be good enough for big brands. To disprove this, here’s a list (in no particular order) of some notable big name brands that are using WordPress for their websites (besides us, of course): Time Inc. The New Yorker[…]

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Strong Password crucial

Just a reminder to make sure you pick strong passwords for your email and website login. Just had a large e-commerce website go down because her hotmail email was hacked. She lost all images and links for over 300 products. It all has to be redone.  NOTE: Our hosting backups only go back a week as well[…]

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Photoshop formats definitions

Photoshop formats definitions: Formats are determined by the suffix after the period in a file name. Use GIF, PNG and JPG for online publishing. Use EPS and TIFF for print publishing. (BMP and PICT not really used anymore) BMP – Windows Bit Map Picture EPS Encapsulated Post Script GIF – Graphics Interchange Format JPEG –[…]

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Can I get an “amen”?

When you see a Facebook post asking for a “Like” or an “Amen”, do you do it? Most of these posts are fake. They are set up by Facebook hackers who are just getting likes and comments for a page they are trying to build up. The more comments, the higher the ranking for the[…]

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iPhone iOS9 Wi-fi Assist

If you have a low amount of data on your iPhone plan, you’re going to want to do this. I only have 1Gb so I definitely did this to save myself extra data charges each month. The new WiFi Assist feature could be causing your data to increase. Wi-Fi Assist automatically switches your phone from[…]

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Save embedded file in email

I always get messages from PC users that a JPG file I sent in an email is embedded and they can’t save it. <em>Mac people have no such problem.</em> I don’t know why Outlook works this way, but there are easy workarounds to this problem. Option #A: <em>(Recommended for multiple images)</em> Open the email message[…]

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Google Listing Recorded Phone Message

“Our records show that you have not updated your Google listings. To update them now, press 1. To be removed from this call list, press 2″Have you had this Google Listings recorded phone message? Newflash – it’s not Google calling you. It’s telemarketers who do NOT work for (and are not affiliated with) Google in[…]

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Customer Satisfaction Survey

To our past and current customers: Understanding our clients’ needs will help us offer better products and services in the future. Do you feel we offer value and quality? Would you recommend us to other businesses? How do we compare to competitors? Please take our short online customer satisfaction survey so we can improve our[…]