Are you considering accepting online orders and payments on your company's website? As e-commerce becomes an increasingly common way to sell products and services, many small businesses are interested in creating an online store. However, taking your customers' credit card information online carries inherent risk for your company. If credit card fraud occurs and it is determined that your website is not PCI compliant, the cost could put your company out of business. It's important... + read more
As a small business owner, you may be thinking about a mobile app. But mobile web development can do many of the same things. Now the question is, “Do you really need an app for that?” Mobile Websites Make a Phone-Friendly Web Experience Mobile usage now accounts for 60% of all time spent on digital media. A mobile-optimized website, can create a phone-friendly web experience that will lead users to the information they need smoothly and easily by: Tucking menus... + read more
Everyone knows Google, but you may not know the important role cyber-security firms like Symantec play in keeping your business’s website up and running. When these two giants go head-to-head on Internet security, it could mean trouble for your company. For many people, even many business owners, the Internet just works. They don’t give much thought to who or what keeps the net up and running, or what happens if it doesn’t. When two of those companies are at odds over... + read more
Squarespace, Wix, and DIY web tools can't measure up to professional web development
Squarespace and Wix make their money off of small business owners looking to trim their marketing budget by doing a little DIY. There may be a place for user-created websites, but when you’re ready to do business, you’ll need a web developer. Templates Can Be Overwhelming If you are running a business, it can be tempting to DIY your web marketing and put your money somewhere else. But even the most popular user-created website programs could leave you scratching your... + read more
Since January 2017, Google Chrome has begun warning users when they visit websites that are “Not Secure”. Find out what the warning means, and what you can do to fix it on your company website. When it comes to web marketing, the last thing a business owner wants is a third party scaring away visitors. But if you haven’t taken some steps toward cybersecurity, you could be seeing just that. Google Chrome “Not Secure” Warnings Hit the Web Two months ago,... + read more


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