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What Is Domain Privacy And Why Use It?

  • January 19th, 2020
What Is Domain Privacy And Why Use It?

Domain name privacy protection is an option that is provided by your domain registrar (typically, this is offered through your trusted hosting provider).  This feature is offered to help in preventing spam, as well as to avoid exposure to any personal information about a domain's owner.  Also, t . . .

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How To Start Selling Your Products or Services Online

  • January 15th, 2020
How To Start Selling Your Products or Services Online

So you are ready to start your business online, but you are not sure how to start selling.  Here is a simple guide to get you started. What Are You Offering? Before you start selling online, you need to be sure that what you offer will be in demand.  Choosing the right product to market is essential because there . . .

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How Often Should You Run A Security Check With Your CMS?

  • January 13th, 2020
How Often Should You Run A Security Check With Your CMS?

Nothing is infallible.  The information provided here should hopefully grab your attention to the fact of why you should always be concerned about being vigilant with securing your content management system (CMS).   It is essential to be on the lookout against the wide variety of threats against the CMS you use.  Here are a f . . .

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SQL Server vs. Access, Which Should You Use On Your Website?

  • January 9th, 2020
SQL Server vs. Access, Which Should You Use On Your Website?

Both SQL Server and Access are developed by Microsoft.  Both relational database management systems have a considerable presence in organizations worldwide, and both are used for website development as well.  However, because there are notable differences between the two, you should do your due diligen . . .

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Why You Should Not Let Your Domain Name Expire

  • January 7th, 2020
Why You Should Not Let Your Domain Name Expire

Another year has passed, and your website has gone down because you forgot to renew your domain name.  You scramble to get it back up, but because it expired and was just renewed, your website now has to cache throughout the internet, which in some instances, can take 24 to 72 hours to propagate.  This unfortunate scenario is all too c . . .

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