Websites are attacked everyday. Sometimes it can seem like there is nothing for someone to gain from sending a malicious attack against a particular website and so we are lulled into believing it won’t happen to our site. This is a common misconception and a dangerous one to have. It’s worth taking the time to implement some website security, basic steps to protect against losing something so valuable.
Does your business website seem trustworthy? Professional? Use these killer tips to build customer trust with social proof and quality content.
The beginners guide to link building. If you want your website to show up in the search results, you should be already thinking about links.
A business consultant said there are two types of companies: those who have been hacked and those who don’t yet know it. One study in 2017 revealed that it takes the average company 191 days to discover its company servers have been hacked. These are just two examples of why you need to take website security and management very seriously.
When designing a website for your business you’ll need to select what platform you’ll use to construct the website. WordPress is an excellent platform for virtually any type of organisation internet site.
You can get 68% of your clients to provide you positive reviews just by asking for them. However, sending out an email or making a simple request may not be enough. Now a days, you’ll likely need closer to 80% or 90% of your clients to leave (good) reviews to compete.
The most important writing you do for your website is in your headlines. Your content is likely hundreds of words, your headline is roughly seventy characters. It’s easy to look at that length and underestimate how important your headline is.