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8 Tips for Writing a Business Email


Posted on Mar 11, 2015

If writing a business email often has you frozen in fear at your desk, constantly wording and rewording a single line, we’ve got your back. Here are some tips to get you happily sending your next email with ease. Don’t Underestimate the Value of a Custom Email Address Especially for the small business owner, having […]

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Hooray, you’ve gotten visitors to enter your site! The next question is- how can you get them to stay? These five mistakes can have your visitors running for the hills. 1) Have Turtle-Slow Load Times For modern internet users, patience is a rare virtue, so it’s best to accommodate those visitors who don’t like to […]

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What are cards? Card-based web design is a design pattern which places information in smaller chunks presented in a rectangular or (you guessed it) card-like shape. They typically include a picture, a caption, and interactive icons or sharing buttons. The result of card-based design is a site with nuggets of self-contained content that can be […]

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The Slider Revolution Premium plugin, one of the most downloaded slider plugins from the WordPress plugin marketplace Code Canyon, has been reported for a serious vulnerability found in it. This vulnerability is a type of Local File Inclusion (LFI) attack which allows attacker to access, review, and download a local file on the server. In […]

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Sucuri, an online firm that offers website scanning, monitoring, and malware removal services, has recently found a serious security vulnerability in the Custom Contact Forms plugin. This plugin enables users to create customizable contact form on their WordPress websites and has a record of over 600,000 downloads. Therefore, the impact is pretty huge over the […]

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WordPress and Drupal have both recently released their latest security updates. There were vulnerabilities found in these two platforms. The vulnerabilities are due to DoS (denial of service) on the PHP XML parser. This issue can cause sites’ database to reach the maximum number of open connections. Hence, the affected sites will experience temporarily downtime. […]

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Is “Coupon” a Dirty Word?


Posted on Jul 17, 2014

If you have a business or eCommerce site, you might be tempted to jump onto the coupon-code bandwagon. Is it worth turning to promo codes, online coupons, and deal sites to attract sales, or will they crush the longevity of your business? Let’s weigh the pros and cons. PROS: In Line with Consumer Behaviour Online […]

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5 Google Search Tricks


Posted on Jun 17, 2014

Did you know that there are more ways to search on Google than by just typing in the words that you want? Check out some of these Google hacks and let us know if you’ve used some of them before! 1) Search a Phrase Verbatim If you want to look for words in their exact […]

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