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If you run a business that doesn’t collect sensitive information like credit cards or emails, you might think no one would bother to hack your site. Sure, Yahoo, Equifax, and Target get hacked, but they have credit cards, social security numbers, and email accounts. Unfortunately, if your site’s coding has vulnerabilities, hackers can and will...
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Ostensibly you didn’t spend a couple thousand dollars on your website to have it just sit there; you probably want it to attract some customers. After all, your website should be an investment not a money pit. So what happens when you aren’t getting any customers? How do you know what to fix? The list...
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If you have a website, you’ve probably heard about SSL in the last couple of months. Everybody’s talking about how you need to add it to your site and how it will hurt your Google rankings if you don’t do it NOW. But what exactly is SSL? Why do you need it? Why now? How...
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The Bounce Rate as recorded by Google is a number that comes up in most website statistics summaries. But like many statistics, this one can be misleading if you don’t know the whole story. At first glance, the Bounce Rate seems obvious. It’s when people come to your site and then bounce (as in, leave)....
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You’ll most likely never see the programming that goes into your website, plugin, or probably any other computer program, so it may seem weird when programmers (like us at White Fox Creative) say that we create quality coding. If the design looks the same, does it matter? Good programming is as vital as good design...
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Most of us don’t wake up in the morning and think “today, I’m going to get nothing done.” At least, not on weekdays. We get ready for the day with high hopes of accomplishing major projects at work, finally going for that run, or finishing that blog article we really need to post. And while...
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A couple of months ago, I received a phone call from a business owner who needed their site re-skinned. The design was a couple of years old and wasn’t holding up to WordPress updates – it needed to go. It was a fairly customized site, not just with the theme on the front end, but...
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If you’re starting a business this year, most likely one of the first things you thought about was the website for it. That’s not unwise; most people get their first information about a business from the business’s website. Perhaps even more surprisingly, 97% of internet users say that the design of the website massively effects how much...
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It’s the most coveted spot online: the first page of Google. Getting there is no easy task; you have to make sure you’ve got heading tags and meta descriptions, keywords and synonyms, backlinks and interlinks, blog posts, pages, stats, GooglePlus pages, social media integration… the list goes on. But in the midst of all the...
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Quarterly Byte

The Quarterly Byte provides you with bite-size actionable items to improve your website every quarter. read more...