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How to Prevent Your Site From Falling Off the Search Engine Map

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While Google’s new Penguin and Panda algorithms are not perfect, they seem to have been responsible for major Google internet search result cleanup. It's about time right?! Unless the site you’re looking for has dealt with a shady SEO company, you’ll no longer turn up “garbage” results filled … [Read more...]

Lock Down & Limit WordPress Login Attempts Using .htaccess

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 You CAN lock down the WordPress login with some .htaccess rules to prevent unauthorized login attempts. There have now been several large scale WordPress wp-login.php brute force attacks, coming from a large amount of compromised IP addresses spread across the world since April of last year. A … [Read more...]

COLOURlovers Inspiration

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While its no secret I love Pinterest for inspiration boards, there's one place I always look to for color inspiration for new projects and ONE place I send clients who are searching for that 'just' right color combination. That's COLOURlovers!  Millions of bits of inspiration, from pros and those … [Read more...]

What’s The Best Time To Post To Facebook?

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Feeling like you have a split personality, for most of us in social media is common. And mostly a good thing. One minute you're  writing a facebook post about your son's ball game and the next you're publishing an article for a sponsor. Ever wonder 'what day' is the BEST DAY to publish that post … [Read more...]

Organize Your WordPress Info Now!

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Working with clients, I always need important website info. Most of the time I get the question back, "where would I find that"? A conversation usually follows about how, when and where that information might be. Sometimes a client just can't find it and we have to go back to the hosting company. … [Read more...]

WordPress & MaxCDN

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Recently we've been developing some fairly popular blogs. Blogs with lots of visual content and lots and lots of traffic. And we've added something special to these.(more than our usual Lagniappe) For instance AskAnna Moseley. A gorgeous site, and a great owner who answers all your deepest … [Read more...]

Google Analytics & 10 Easy Steps To Exclude Yourself From Your Stats

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If you have a blog (and frankly who doesn't these days) you likely use Google Analytics to report your visitors/hits and more from your website. When you have a new blog that is receiving only a couple of hundred “visits” per day and you account for 15 or so of those you are going to skew your … [Read more...]