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Five Online Business Investments Your Business Shouldn’t Miss Out On

Small businesses come and go. During difficult economic times, some companies seem to thrive, while others flounder. How can you know where to invest your money to see the most growth? How can you measure the results of any particular tool?  According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 20% of small businesses fail in…

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Why You Need a WordPress Care Plan for Your Business Website

What happens to your business website after it goes live on the internet? Many business owners never consider this question, even though the pages they put online will be the most visible part of their company for years to come. If you simply leave your website alone, there is a good chance it will become…

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The Cookie Law Explained

Ok, we’re not talking about those delicious things….we’re referring to website cookies. NOTE: This law pertains to all EU countries, and if you do business in the EU. Canada and the USA have no cookie laws currently.  It started as an EU Directive that was adopted by all EU countries in May 2011. The Directive gave individuals…

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Chrome looks to flag all HTTP sites as NOT SECURE

Starting in July, any website not using HTTPS will be identified as “not secure” in Chrome. Google is on a mission to get web developers to use HTTPS encryption on their websites. Those who don’t will see their sites labeled as “not secure” in an upcoming Chrome browser build due out in July. In the…

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Email Client Market Share 2018

Have you wondered what email client your customer is using? In this post, we will dig into what what Litmus Email Analytics has taught us about email clients so far in 2017 and beyond. The rise of webmail In 2016, mobile steadily dominated email client market share, beginning and ending the year at 54%. While…

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Should you switch from Chrome to Firefox?

Since it’s debut Chrome has grown tremendously in popularity, and although it’s reputation has since taken a hit as of late, we can’t help but notice it’s been a massive memory hog slowing down our computers as we tend to open tons of tabs. Its almost reminding us of the days of Internet Explorer in…

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Google My Business Listing – 2 New Features

There are a couple of new features in your Google Business Listing Adding Posts. Posting through Google My Business lets you publish your events, products, and services directly to Google Search and Maps. By creating posts, you can place your timely content in front of customers when they find your business listing on Google. SMS…

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Effectively Emulate Your Core Values on Your Website

When a customer comes to your website, you want them to automatically know who you are and what you’re all about. Being able to accurately portray your brand through your website increases your ability to connect with your customers, helping you make a long-lasting connection with your target audience. But simply listing your values on…

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Google Chrome continues to rise in market share

Last month, NetMarketShare’s report indicated that the desktop market share of browsers had remained relatively unchanged. The latest statistic show a different story, once again establishing Google Chrome as one of the fastest-growing browsers, while Microsoft Edge continues to crawl forward at a snail’s pace. According to the latest statistics shared by NetMarketShare, Google Chrome…

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Now anyone can draw with Google Draw

Google Creative Lab’s newest experiment is called AutoDraw. It is a web-based tool that makes it easy for everyone to do some design work online. It uses machine learning, so it can cater to most if not all of everyone’s design needs. AutoDraw feels kinda like MSPaint, so it’s pretty easy to navigate and you’ll…

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