5 Reasons Why a Secure Server is Necessary for your Website

Posted on March 13th, 2019 by Alycia Gordan in Guest Posts, Tech

Secure Website

By 2020, the cost of a data breach would amount to a whopping $150 million! No industry is safe from such violations. Did you know that after every 39 seconds, there is a hacker attack on computers and websites? Think about how many cyber-attacks might happen as you are reading this. Your business and website can be one of them unless you take the necessary measures to secure your platform.

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What is Best for Web Development — Wordpress Website vs. Custom Website?

Posted on March 6th, 2019 by Ritesh Patil in Guest Posts

Wordpress vs. HTML

Do you want to build your own website to stay ahead in this competitive marketplace? Well, we all are quite aware of the intricacies of launching a website for advancing a small business. Before introducing, it is exceedingly important to identify the oblige platform that can accomplish all your business needs.

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How to Improve Your eCommerce Checkout Page to Increase Sales?

Posted on February 12th, 2019 by Manan Ghadawala in Guest Posts

How to Improve Checkout Page for more Sales

If you are running an eCommerce store, you might be knowledgeable enough about how important each page on your website is to bring up the increased sales number each time. Every page on the website has its significance, be it the products category page or the product details page. Every page is equally important to convert a visitor into a customer.

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The Top 4 Proven Tactics for Website User Engagement That Really Work

Posted on January 23rd, 2019 by Sergey Lypchenko in Guest Posts

Website User Engagement Tactics

It is not a secret that the more engaged your website visitors are, the more chances they will buy from you a product or service. The Gallup analytics firm states that fully engaged customers bring 23% more revenue compared to the ordinary ones. That is the reason why many entrepreneurs start thinking hard over how to improve this rate and gain more profit.

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Several US government websites are now inaccessible after TLS certificates expire during the shutdown.

Posted on January 11th, 2019 by Damien Jordan in Industry News

Gov-Certificate

In a government shutdown all that is considered non-essential stops. As we can see now, renewing the TLS certificates is non-essential. Reportedly, more than 80 TLS certificates have expired, leaving dozens of government-related websites inaccessible. The Department of Justice, NASA and the Court of Appeals are among the sites that have been affected. Important services have been impacted because of this as well, including payment portals.

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