Posts Tagged ‘WordPress Care’

WordPress: Should You Turn Off Automatic Updates?

WordPress Automatic Updates Turn Off

WordPress: Should You Turn Off Automatic Updates? “The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency… …the second is that automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency” Bill Gates Isn’t it Simply Fabulous!! WordPress Will Now Update Your Software…

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Does It Really Matter If My Website Is Slow?

Slow Wordpress Site Speed Can Affect Your Business

What Does A Slow Website Mean For Your Business? “…waiting for a website to load is no different from waiting in line for a delicious slice of pizza. We want that pizza now. And if it takes too long to get that slice, we’ll walk out the door and find somewhere else to eat.” Searchenginejournal.com…

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What Is An SSL Certificate And Do I Need One?

Do I Need An SSL Certificate

What Is An SSL Certificate? “…The internet is insecure by default. Netiquette and security certificates add a level of safety. NetworkEtiquette.net.” David Chiles, Author – The Principles Of Netiquette Here’s the gobbledygook explanation of what is an SSL Certificate… An SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate is a digital certificate that authenticates the identity of a website…

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What Would Happen If Your Web Guy Got Hit By A Bus?

WordPress Hosting Geek

It’s highly unlikely your WordPress web developer will actually get hit by a bus if only because they rarely, if ever, leave their desk! But seriously, what would happen to your WordPress website if the geek who currently looks after it for you didn’t answer their phone? This really does happen to business owners who hadn’t given…

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How Choosing A Good Password Can Save Your WordPress Site

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Some vulnerabilities can be avoided by good security habits. The first element of this is passwords: do not use any name, do not use a dictionary word (from any language), or a string of numbers as your password. The ideal password is at least 8 characters long and contains one or more capital letter, lower…

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