Whether its for your email, your website, or perhaps a super secret club, passwords help protect against unauthorized access to all sorts of things. Therefore, they should have a certain level of complexity for maximum protection against hacking, spam and identity theft. So here we go – for all you busy business owners out there, the characteristics of a secure password and where to go to create one, explained in less than 100 words:
Both before and after launch, our clients often want to change the images that are on their website. Before you submit the support ticket with your request, make sure that the images are appropriate for your website by asking yourself these questions:
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again – blogging is one of the best things you can do to increase your organic (unpaid) ranking with search engines and establish a positive rapport with your customers. We’ve explained why you should blog, and now it’s time to explore some different ways you can keep your posts fresh and interesting for your readers.
When it comes to your website, first impressions are everything. Sure, there’s the age-old expression “don’t judge a book by it’s cover” – but it’s difficult to get someone’s attention without catching their eye first! As soon as customers land on your website, their brains will automatically start to associate your site with specific emotions based on its use of colors.
Many would say that the sport of fishing is more about technique than luck. You can cast your line as many times as you want, but unless there’s a little technical know-how involved, the chances that you end up reeling in The Big One can be pretty slim. The same can be said when it comes to writing effective ad copy that increases your conversion rate. Whether the ad is for a newspaper, flyer, or Google AdWords campaign, be sure your text includes a hook, line, and sinker.