Blog Posts

SSL Certificate Warnings by Google start 24 October

October 24, 2017

Google Chrome will start labeling websites as NOT SECURE if you don’t have an SSL Certificate! D Day for SSL Certificate labeling by Chrome is 24th October! The SSL Certificate encrypts the data between your website and your visitors. It ensures that malicious third-parties can’t get their hands on the […]

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Make Sure You Have the ‘Ultimate Email Signature’

June 5, 2017

Don’t let your email signature be a ‘blind spot’ for you. It actually really can make all the difference in building your business. If at a minimum, this helps you get more click throughs to your website, and that’s from qualified people. So they’re likely to stay longer and visit […]

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Anatomy of a Good Email Signature: Summary

June 5, 2017

Graphics & Design: No links in a main image, unless it’s your main web link and it’s obvious it is (Like Mark Fregnan’s in the video) Sharp images, not blurry graphics Size, not too big or small Mugshot, your photo for personalisation, and confidence, trust factor No links in the […]

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Is Your Website Secure?

May 15, 2017

Does your site have a secure connection online? Really easy to find out if it does. Does it have a green lock? Open your site now and check up in the address bar Website with NO Green Padlock (No SSL) Website WITH a Green Padlock (Yes SSL) If your website […]

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Domain Names

Do you own your own ‘personal name’ – as a domain?

February 15, 2017

Don’t you think you should? Shouldn’t this be a part of your online IP (Intellectual Property) strategy, and protection? To my mind it’s all a part of positioning yourself online, AND protecting the integrity of ‘you’ as the person behind your brand. When I started online 10 years ago trying […]

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Simple Way to Create a Killer Marketing Sequence

February 14, 2017

When I talk to business owners, a lot of the time I find out that they sit down ready to set up a marketing campaign or sequence. Wrong… How would you like an easy way to capture your ideas to start to collate all the data, the information you need […]

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Ever heard of a ‘Garage Sale’ – for domains and websites?

February 19, 2016

If you’re a baby boomer you’d know the term ‘spring clean’. Something maybe you do regularly or at least your folks did (not sure the younger ones even know the term?). To have that massive cleanout every year and get rid of all the odds and ends we tend to […]

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Security Update: WordPress Website Owners Be Warned – Major Announcement

April 24, 2015

Over the past few weeks there has been an onslaught for WordPress websites and server attacks, pretty well around the clock. The graph below are just the stats from just one security plugin we use and it peaked at 40,000 attacks per minute, yes, per minute. These are not the […]

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The Rise of SPAM

February 26, 2015

It’s a numbers game, and something has changed out there in the land of www. The rate of SPAM over the last few weeks has risen dramatically. Not sure whether they’ve started their own server farm but omg, email overload. Why do I say numbers game? Send enough SPAM and […]

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For the Person Who Has Everything – Xmas Gift Idea

November 10, 2014

With only 35 days to go what will you buy them? Surely not another (inane or lame gesture) … You want them to remember this gift, right? When my Mum turned 70 and her birthday being on December 19th we wanted to give her something BIG, something she would cherish, […]

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Mobile Responsive Websites

[VIDEO] The True Cost of NOT Having a Mobile Responsive Site!

November 26, 2013

And how to easily check your mobile traffic. If your website is NOT Mobile Responsive it will lose you money! This is not just about whether a person stays on your site as long, or visits as many pages, although that in itself will leave money on the table, it’s […]

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[VIDEO] Game Changer Team Software

October 8, 2013
[VIDEO below] There are many software tools that help us save time. Old school is excel spread sheets, oh so 90’s. Project and task management has gone web 2.0 Trouble is with all this new technology there’s the learning curve that goes with using them. That’s the part that does […] Read More