If you’ve got a website, chances are high that you’ve got to send emails to clients or potential clients. Maybe you’re sending a monthly newsletter or perhaps an answer to a client question. Maybe you’re troubleshooting in customer service or even asking questions for an interview. Whatever the reason, you need your email to actually get to where you’re sending it and SMTP helps with that.Continue reading “How SMTP Email Protocols Work for You.”
If you’ve every created something like, oh, I don’t know a website, you’ve likely dealt with copyrighting. This is true for most things, in fact. That novel on your nightstand, the show you’ve got queued for streaming, and even that song you’ve got set as your ringtone, all of these are likely copyrighted and, if you plan on using copyrighted material on your website, the rules may be changing for us all soon.Continue reading “New Directive in EU Changing Copyright Rules”
If you’ve had a website for more than a month, chances are you’ve gotten some comments on posts that… well, they’re very obvious spam. Things like “Great post! Check out our products at *insert site name*” or sometimes just a long list of different products. Spam is everywhere nowadays and, don’t worry, it’s not just you that’s affected. It’s everyone.Continue reading “Why do I keep getting spam comments?”
Making your website more visible is a difficult task. You’re not only fighting a war against already-well-known competitors, but new ones like yourself as well. Luckily, there are a lot of ways you can improve your ranking without going to alternative methods like paying upwards of thousands of dollars.Continue reading “SEO: Improve your Google Rankings”
I’m going to go ahead and preface this by saying that the minute you start a website, you will not have that website in Google. Sometimes it takes days or even weeks for Google and other search engines to find your site and no, that doesn’t mean you need to email Google and tell them about it. There are, however, plenty of things you *can* do to make Google not only find your website but also classify it properly and make it higher in the Google rankings.Continue reading “Google and You: Getting your website on Google”
No matter if you’re trying to start a commercial website for selling products or services or if you’re just building something as simple as a social site, both mean nothing without having people coming to it. And let me tell you that getting a reliable following for a website is the hardest thing to do. People are fickle and will move on to bigger and better alternatives with the smallest of issues. Luckily, there is a way to help you build your website, and that is through a strong foundation.Continue reading “How to Build a Strong Consumer Base”
Whenever you’re running a website, you have to always keep an eye on the news. Maybe there’s something big coming up in your sector. Maybe there’s a new competitor that just released. Or maybe there’s a new regulation coming that will potentially affect your website. Well, that’s exactly the situation right now and I’m here to give you all the details.
Privacy policies are a legal document that have been around for the past fifty years. Every website has them and that means that yes, even your website needs one. Lately, it’s come into the spotlight thanks to the new regulations released by the GDPR in the EU.
Many of us know what email spam is – unwanted junk mail that can fill up an email box with hundreds, or more, of advertisement messages. Some email spam can even contain malicious links.