Posts by BrittanyB


We hate to be the bearer of bad news, but December will be here before we know it. Many of our clients struggle with how to reach out to clients, vendors, and other stakeholders to show their appreciation while delivering an impactful marketing message at the same time. Here are some tips on how to strike the right balance between these two goals. Tap into the spirit of the season At its core the holiday season – Thanksgiving through...

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Most hosting companies offer a backup service. It is usually not too expensive, but it can save you a lot of money and headaches. Imagine that one day your site is running fine and the next it is broken. Maybe you updated a plug-in that doesn’t play well with others. What do you do? If you are running a backup service…simple, you just reinstall yesterday’s backup and you are good to go!

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If you are running WordPress look for the little circled number that will tell you there is an update available. Most are easy to install yourself, while others may require a greater level of technical expertise as they can create a domino affect causing other aspects of your site to malfunction.

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We have all heard about it happening to the big guys like Chase, Sony, and Anthem Blue Cross, but have you ever wondered why anyone would want to hack a small company website? What is there to gain, especially if you don’t take credit cards or sell anything online? Recent studies estimate that approximately 30,000 website are hacked EVERY DAY. Some of the problem lies in the increased use of common website development platforms like...

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I hear this statement a lot, “LinkedIn just doesn’t work for my type of business, it’s just for people who want to mingle with other people they know.” I am here to tell you you’re missing a social media goldmine if you don’t jump onboard. Like all social media platforms LinkedIn needs to be nurtured to see results. Now when I say nurture I am not talking about spending money to upgrade to LinkedIn Premium. There are lots of small...

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