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4 WordPress Security Plugins For Bloggers

Here are 4 WordPress security plugins to easily enhance your websites security system, according to the fact that WordPress security is one of the most important issues. It’s extremely necessary to take some measures to boost your website. And usually, installing some really practical plugins can be the easiest way. We reviewed many WordPress security plugins and finally picked out these 4. All of them are truly efficient so that you can feel free to use them to improve your site security. iThemes Security (formerly Better WP Security) iThemes Security (formerly Better WP Security) gives you over 30+ ways to secure and protect your WordPress site. On average, 30,000 new websites are hacked each day. WordPress sites can be an easy target for attacks because of plugin vulnerabilities, weak passwords and obsolete software. Most WordPress admins don’t even know they’re vulnerable, but iThemes Security works to fix common holes, stop automated attacks and strengthen user credentials. With one-click activation for most features, as well as advanced features for experienced users, iThemes Security can help protect any WordPress site. Acunetix WordPress Security Acunetix WP Security plugin is a free and comprehensive security tool that helps you secure your WordPress installation and suggests corrective measures for: securing file permissions, security of the database, version hiding, WordPress admin protection and lots more. Acunetix WP Security checks your WordPress website/blog for security vulnerabilities and suggests corrective actions such as: Passwords File permissions Database security Version hiding WordPress admin protection/security Removes WP Generator META tag from core code BulletProof Security BulletProof Security is a fast and simple WordPress security plugin without configuration required. It is a 1-click security...

Where to buy your tech

OK so we have built your website and you business is fully up and running, your expanding and need so my tech, laptops, desktops, tablets… But where do you go to get the best deals? We are proud to introduce:- “Suppliers Of Useful Technology for business and home – Computers/IT Equipment, Digital Pens, Audio Visual, Business and Home Security – CCTV and Digital Door Viewers” They supply: PCs, laptops, tablet PCs, printers, NAS systems, servers, and all other IT equipment; Digital pen solutions Audio Visual – Hi-fi, televisions, streamers and much more Home security products – CCTV and digital door viewers And much more! Why them? If you are looking for the cheapest supplier, you have come to the wrong place. If you already know what you want, and price is the only buying criteria, this is not an area they choose to compete in. What they do is to find exactly the right solution for your needs, and make the whole process of buying from them as painless, fast, and pleasurable as they can. Taking the time to find out what customer’s requirements are, and then spend time finding the right products for you. What it means for there customers, is they pay a little more, but don’t spend your valuable time searching for the right product and possibly getting it wrong. The premium you pay is always less than the cost of the time you would spend looking for yourself. Robin Cook, the Managing Director says, “Our knowledge is based on over 25 years working in IT, with our staff having a keen interest in all things technical. But don’t think for...

Which is the best Website builder

OK i have been a little cheeky with the title there. Huge companies are out there heavily promoting on-line website builder solutions, (Wix, Weebly, 1&1, etc) so it’s no great surprise that a lot of people are attracted to them. They seem to be perfect for the small business owner who needs a quick and easy way to get a decent website on-line at an affordable cost. Except, these solutions are not the best and also not all that affordable. I am here helping small business owner’s day in day out at least once a week talking to someone who hates their Wix as it just doesn’t do what they want and don’t want to spend more and more and adding functions. So yes you might think all I want is for you to pay me to build it for you but that’s why I have given you a number of points, to think about before giving the on-line success of your business to an on-line website builder site. 1. The Website builder designs are rubbish. Well they are aren’t they? Some of them may look passable but have a considered look if you yourself have an eye for design, why not ask the opinion of a friend. The designs belong back in the Web 1.0 and really are nowhere close to quality websites. Sure, a couple of the examples provided look “OK”, but have you seen how they look once actually put to use? Your company graphic’s, colours, your Logo? 2. Your competitors probably have websites that will look the same. Lets look at Wix currently on their site...

10 Best Sites to Get Free Stock Photos

Every designer needs great stock photos for their projects. You can take your own camera and make your own photos, but a lot of people don’t bother they want the easy life and find it on the internet. Well, finding great free stock photos is a pain. You might end up to see low-res and amateur photos everywhere and that’s not what you are looking for. Below, I put a list of some good sites where you can find great free stock photos. These sites offer good high-resolution photos in many categories, like business, landscape, people, fashion, etc. And they update new photos regularly, you can even subscribe to their newsletter and get your free stock photos weekly / monthly directly in your inbox. Picjumbo Picjumbo offers free high quality stock photos which are updated daily. This site is maintained by Viktor Hanacek, a graphic designer and photographer from Czech. Every photo is organized into some categories, like wedding, technology, nature, people, etc, makes you easy to find your interests. You can freely use these photos for both personal and commercial purposes. Unsplash Unsplash is open to any photographers who might want to share their photos for free. All photos are in high-resolution and released under Creative Commons 0, which is basically public domain. You can copy, modify, distribute for commercial purposes, all without asking permission. Since the photos are collected from many photographers, you may see more various photographic styles and interests there. Superfamous Superfamous is the Los Angeles-based studio of Dutch interaction designer Folkert Gorter. The site covers stock photos under some categories like, social, aerial, biological, geological, psychological,...

What is a (#) Hashtag?

Simply put, a hashtag is an easy way for people to categorize, find and join conversations on a particular topic.The hashtag is used to highlight keywords or topics within a Tweet, and can be placed anywhere within a post. Thanks to the member-driven online information site Twitter, the lowly “pound” or “number” symbol “#” has been elevated to a new role. The hash mark, or pound symbol, (#) is now known by social media users as a “hashtag” or “hash tag”. Posts that have the same keywords prefixed with the # symbol are grouped together in user searches, bringing a level of order to the frenzied chaotic world of Twitter. Twitter user Chris Messina (@chrismessina) first Tweeted with a hashtag symbol # in August 2007, as a way to define groups on the social media site. The use of the pound symbol to categorize messages and define conversations spread quickly throughout the Twitter community, and is now an integral part of this fast-paced live information network. How Search Twitter Using Hashtags Any Tweet posted on a public account can be searched by anyone, and posters often use hashtags to help direct searches to their posts. For example, Twitter users can elect to follow all Tweets that include the hashtag #WhiteSox to receive updates about the Chicago White Sox baseball team. Users looking for the best fuel prices can search for #cheapgas and the #osama hashtag was especially popular in May 2011. Posters can include more than one hashtag within a single Tweet, so when searching for posts users can enter multiple hashtag terms, like #NewYork #Pizza. Creating A Hashtag...

Six key points you should be following in every Blog

How to blog a good practice guide Ok with all the sites we build for clients week in, week out, I hear myself repeating the same key points every time. So in this post I am going to be taking you through what’s going to work to give you a great blog post and very SEO happy.If you have a site built by us you will have Yoast SEO installed already and this guide will get you showing Green on every post. 1. 300 word recommended minimum You need to be looking at a minimum of 300 words of useful content on your topic for readers to really get engrossed in, and read though, always have in mind the Flesch Reading Ease, which tells you if your post is considered OK to read. I break up big areas of text with images. (If you are using Yoast, this must include the focus keyword within the first paragraph) 2. An Image or two or three Now make sure these images are relevant to the post, resized to allow a good size and have “ALT text” on each image. Alt text is important for screen readers to explain what the picture or image is all about. (If you are using Yoast, this must include the focus keyword as part of the Alt text) 3. Headings and title A good length title with a <h1> tag which is over 40 charters but under 70, and then a subheading with a <h2> tag. You can use the title to add keyword variations or create compelling call-to-action copy. (If you are using Yoast, this must include the focus keyword toward the beginning is best)...

Facebook Fraud

Published on 10 Feb 2014 Evidence Facebook’s revenue is based on fake likes. My first vid on the problem with Facebook: http://bit.ly/1dXudqY I know first-hand that Facebook’s advertising model is deeply flawed. When I paid to promote my page I gained 80,000 followers in developing countries who didn’t care about Veritasium (but I wasn’t aware of this at the time). They drove my reach and engagement numbers down, basically rendering the page useless. I am not the only one who has experienced this. Rory Cellan-Jones had the same luck with Virtual Bagel:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-… The US Department of State spent $630,000 to acquire 2 million page likes and then realized only 2% were engaged.http://wapo.st/1glcyZo I thought I would demonstrate that the same thing is still happening now by creating Virtual Cat (http://www.facebook.com/MyVirtualCat). I was surprised to discover something worse – false likes are coming from everywhere, including Canada, the US, the UK, and Australia. So even those carefully targeting their campaigns are likely being duped into spending real money on fake followers. Then when they try to reach their followers they have to pay again. And it’s possible to be a victim of fake likes without even advertising. Pages that end up on Facebook’s “International Suggested Pages” are also easy targets for click-farms seeking to diversify their likes. http://tnw.co/NsflrC Thanks to Henry, Grey, and Nessy for feedback on earlier drafts of this...
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