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A Secure Website Is Increasingly More Important – Google Says So

By Nick Leffler
A Secure Website Is Increasingly More Important - Google Says So

Your small business relies on building trust with customers to get business and continue to get repeat business. A secure website is one part in the process of building trust online, a hard thing to do. Find out how Google is giving you more incentives to secure your website and build trust easier with visitors.

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17 Things Your Small Business Website Needs, 11 It Might

By Nick Leffler
17 Things Your Small Business Website Needs, 11 It Might

Putting your small business online is a big step and one with lots to think about. There are many companies who promise to put your small business online and help you grow online too, some cheaper than others. Heck, you can even get a website for a dollar a month that promises to grow your business!…

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Keep Customer Data Secure, Your Top Priority

By Nick Leffler
Your top priority should be to keep customer data secure.

Your top priority when doing business online is to keep customer data secure. That doesn’t mean only if you’re in eCommerce and accepting payments, that means everybody. It seems that every few months there’s another large company in the news for having customer data stolen from their computers. While it’s not always known how the…

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Moving To a Fully Secure Website

By Nick Leffler
Moving To a Fully Secure Website

This post is a bit outside the realm of WordPress and the WordPress difficulty level I usually write at. I still decided I wanted to write about the topic and document my process though. This would be helpful for those that have purchased a secure certificate, have it working for portions of their website but…

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