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6 Steps When Your Website Get's Flagged as "Deceptive"

Posted on April 6th, 2023 by Lisa Baltes in Guides, Security

Website flagged as deceptive

Seeing your website flagged as deceptive by Google or other search engines is enough to spoil anyone's day. You've spent long hours creating a site, only for users to be informed that it is a cybersecurity risk. But what can you do? Should you scrap the whole thing and start again?


How Domain Name Security Helps Prevent DNS Hijacking

Posted on March 24th, 2023 by Francis King in Guides, Security

Domain name security

You're probably aware of some security best practices to keep your business's digital presence safe. This might include uptime monitoring, security checks, and many others.


The Ultimate Guide to Website Monitoring for Small Businesses

Posted on March 13th, 2023 by Jon Morgan in Monitoring, Guides

Website Monitoring

As a small business owner, you know that a website is the backbone of your online presence. It's where potential customers go to find out more about your products or services and eventually choose to make a purchase. Besides that, it also significantly impacts your online presence and search engine rankings.


Why Does Your Website Crash? 5 Common Reasons You Need to Know

Posted on March 2nd, 2023 by Harry Flynn in Explainer

Why websites crash

The online market gets more competitive by the day. You have an increasing number of online businesses competing for the same customers.
Therefore, online business owners don't have the luxury of tolerating website issues like crashes. The more your website crashes, the more customers you lose. Even poor page load times increase bounce rates by up to 53%.


What Is Cyber Security And Why Is It Important?

Posted on February 17th, 2023 by Nico Prins in Security, Explainer

Cyber security

In an online age, cyber security is more crucial than ever. It is essential to do business, socialize, and store sensitive information. It is crucial to stay secure online. Whether it's ransomware, phishing emails, or data breaches, countless potential sources of attack can have huge implications and expensive consequences.