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Free website monitoring—is it worth anything?

Posted By supermonitoring 61 days ago on WebSites - Today, we’ll take a look at the ubiquitous offers of free monitoring of the availability of websites. Why are they free, how do they differ from paid services and is it worth using them?


Posted By christopherjanb 68 days ago on WebSites - Learn in this Clickfunnels vs Leadpages post how both sales funnel software works and which between the two is the best one for your business.


Posted By christopherjanb 68 days ago on WebSites - In this Instapage review, find out if this landing page software is comparable to the best ones in the market and whether or not you should purchase it.

How to Improve Conversions by Localizing a Website

Posted By supermonitoring 80 days ago on WebSites - With the advent of social media platforms and accessible smartphone devices, the world has become smaller than ever before. This has lead websites and online services to the obvious necessity of localization. Translating an entire website into numerous languages, coupled with constant updates needed to make them relevant has led many companies to concern.

Beamer your way to better user engagement, interaction

Posted By supermonitoring 83 days ago on WebSites - Beamer is a user-friendly platform, which makes information about news, product launches, events, updates and extra offers easily available to your customers.

Dirty WordPress Debugging – How to Fix a Live Site Without FTP Access

Posted By gordan 171 days ago on WebSites - Things break down. It’s a fact of life. Cars, refrigerators, phones, and websites – it’s all the same. However, nobody expects you to change the oil in a vehicle without having physical access to it. But some customers do expect you to debug and fix their websites without giving you complete admin access including FTP details. Crazy? It is! But it’s also not an uncommon scenario. Fortunately, there are ways to support such customers, if you decide to do so.

WordPress Maintenance Tips: Easy Ways to Keep WordPress Running Smoothly

Posted By ReviewHell 207 days ago on WebSites - WordPress is the world’s most popular Content Management System. Used by nearly a quarter of the web, WordPress powers a wide variety of websites and blogs nowadays. You can build eCommerce stores, blogs, corporate sites, portfolio projects, and a lot more with WordPress.

However, to keep your WordPress website in good health, you need to take certain steps every now and then. Over time, WP installations tend to get bloated and this can affect the performance of your website. In this article, we will be discussing some simple WordPress maintenance tips to help you keep your WP site working well.

The A-to-Z Shoppers Guide to Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)

Posted By erikemanuelli 240 days ago on WebSites - To build a relationship requires trust and this is much more intense for one in which the two sides most likely have and will never meet. Trust on the Internet is one of paramount importance, especially if that relationship is transactional; where money is involved. Even deeper than that is the fact that Data is the new gold, so almost everything we do on the net needs to be secure.

To build that relationship of trust is not easy, but there has been increasing pressure on website owners to create an environment that allows their users to feel secure. SSL certificates are one key means of doing this, since they assure users that the connection they have to that website is safe.

10 Best SSL Certificate Providers (Certification authority)

Posted By Jasoncpf 242 days ago on WebSites - Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Certificate is an important tool every website owner should have if you want to build a website.

Why? Because it tells people and potential customers that your website is trustworthy and reputable and that your business is legitimate.

And more importantly, it means your website is safe to protect a customer’s’ sensitive data.

If you don’t have an SSL certificate, then you need to get one as soon as possible. More and more businesses are making sure that their website is SSL certified as search engines such as Google will flag those without one as being “Not secure”.

Google announced that starting in July 2018, Chrome browser will label all websites not using HTTPS encryption as “not secure”.