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Email should not be hosted with your website and here’s why

Email should not be hosted with your website and here’s why

A long time ago email may have been included in your website hosting, but that’s rarely the case these days, and there are many reasons why. Some folks set up their domain for email forwarding to their gmail.com account, and reply from there – if their brand and reputation aren’t above keeping it that simple. For most, email hosting can be vital for their company and brand image. Most hosting providers focus on highly-tuned web servers, and email in many ways is much more complex…

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website brand awareness

How Your Website Can Increase Your Brand Awareness

Building a brand for your business is crucial to its success and longevity, and bringing awareness to your brand is more important if you want your business to grow and thrive. After working long and hard at developing a solid brand, it’s time to bring awareness to your brand by using your company’s website. On-Brand Style Your company’s website is an instant portal into who your company is and what sets your company apart from the competition. When it comes to digital marketing, your website…

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Best Practices for Maintaining a Secure Website

Best Practices for Maintaining a Secure Website

Web security is more important than ever. Long gone are the days where “password123” is sufficient enough to protect your account. With the influx of digital media and e-commerce, websites are the foundation of many companies’ entire business model. Keeping your website safe is about much more than setting a solid password once. You need to be constantly on top of who has access to your site, potential threats from viruses, and general internet security. Follow these tips to protect your website’s most valuable data….

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2019 Top Tech Awards Las Vegas

2019 Top Tech Award Nomination

We wanted to share that our CEO and Chief Developer, Rob Marlbrough, was a Top Tech Award nominee at VegasINC’s and Cox Business’ 9th Annual Las Vegas 2019 Top Tech Awards. He was previously nominated in 2011 at San Diego’s 2011 Top Tech Awards. From their About page: “Since 2008, Cox Business has lauded the incredible information technology innovators in the San Diego. The Top Tech Awards pay homage to the wealth of talent in our local community who have vision, take risks, and implement…

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Website Accessibility and Two Basic Steps For Your Website

Website Accessibility and Two Basic Steps For Your Website

Today’s websites should be 100% responsive, and I think the time has finally come where everyone seems to understand that. Similar to search engine optimization (SEO) being a vital part of a website, it’s pretty much common sense at this point… but only because it took years to evolve and establish itself. Lately, a similar evolution is finally happening with website accessibility, which is the often neglected art of enabling your website to be accessible and easily used by those that experience disabilities of some…

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Google Site Kit Dashboard

Google Introduces Site Kit WordPress Plugin that Integrates Search Console, Analytics, AdSense, PageSpeed Insights

With the numerous SEO and Google Analytics plugins available for WordPress, it’s surprising that Google has taken this long to release their own plugin, but they’ve just announced one, named Site Kit by Google. Site Kit by Google allows users to access information in Search Console, Analytics, AdSense, and PageSpeed Insights from the WordPress admin panel. With Site Kit, you get authoritative and up-to-date recommendations from Google. Site Kit is ideal for website owners who want easily digestible information about audience and revenue performance, all…

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Announcing our WordPress Maintenance brand: WP Site Doctor

Announcing our WordPress Maintenance brand: WP Site Doctor

This is for all active Press Wizards customers about our fairly new WordPress maintenance service and brand website, “WP Site Doctor” – we’re offering a 20% holiday discount for new maintenance signups between Nov 20th and Dec 25th 2017, use code: LOYALPW20PCENT Sign up here: https://wpsitedr.com/ You get daily care with free hack repair. We already have some customers enjoying the maintenance service, and the peace of mind it brings by keeping the website updated, with daily malware and plugin vulnerability scans, daily off-server backups,…

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Get your websites on HTTPS before October to avoid “Not Secure” warnings and boost performance with HTTP/2

Get your websites on HTTPS before October to avoid “Not Secure” warnings and boost performance with HTTP/2

Chrome now marks HTTP pages as “Not secure” if they have password or credit card fields. Beginning in October 2017, Chrome will show the “Not secure” warning in two additional situations: when users enter data on an HTTP page, and on all HTTP pages visited in Incognito mode. Soon after this update, the Chrome team plans to show the “Not secure” warning for all HTTP pages, even outside Incognito mode. They will publish updates as they approach future releases, but don’t wait to get started moving to HTTPS….

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Celebrating 20 Years In Business 1997-2017

Celebrating 20 Years In Business 1997-2017

We’re happy to announce that we’re celebrating 20 years in business this year! We still have a few customers that have been with us since the beginning, too. We started out building websites when the Internet was barely born under the name Web Wizards, and grew from hosting a handful of sites to hosting hundreds of sites across a cluster of servers. We’re building and redesigning more websites than ever before, now specializing in WordPress, and renamed ourselves a few years ago to Press Wizards®….

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Cloudflare data leak Cloudbleed and what it means to you

Cloudflare data leak Cloudbleed and what it means to you

Your website is most likely not affected We learned of the Cloudflare data leak (dubbed “Cloudbleed”) late last night, and have dug into the issue – long story short, I think it’s a non-issue for almost all sites at this point. Only every 1 in 3 million requests were affected, across a few thousand sites that run through Cloudflare, with network data being output on a few dozen sites that were indexed and cached by search engines. “With the help of Google, Yahoo, Bing, and others, we…

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