Gutenberg is here! Some of you are excited and some of you (probably a lot) are not so excited. I get it, truly I do. Learning something new when you had everything down before & knew where to find the tools you needed to build a page or a blog post can be a frustrating […]
Many of my agents ask me the question “How do I compete with the big sites out there like Zillow & Trulia?” AND “How can I get my site to rank on the 1st page of Google?” The short answer to that is on site SEO/Community Content & Monthly SEO.
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YourSiteNeedsMe & Realty Candy Team up to provide Realtors with a SMASHING deal on a new WordPress Web siteCharra Bennett-Hammett2015-10-21T12:54:43+00:00
If you thought our sites were amazing before, then check out what we have to offer now! We’ve teamed up with Realty Candy to offer you some new innovative designs at an amazing price with some incredible features! Wanna skip all of the hulla balloo and just dive right in and check them out? Go […]
According to WordPress Authority wpsites.net
30,000 sites were hacked earlier this year and 4,800 websites deleted without any chance of recovery last year
Why do WordPress sites get Hacked?
That’s pretty scary. Why does this happen? Many reasons – using insecure […]
If you haven’t protected your WordPress Site yet – now is the time to get WP-SUB! Watch the video below to learn why!
Exploit code lets attackers gain administrative control sans authorization.
If your site is hosted by us and you have received an email from wordpress about the XSS Vulnerability, have no fear! We are already on top of it. Our awesome team had already put a patch into place within our hosting environment within a few hours of WordPress announcing it yesterday. This means that […]
Watch this video and learn how you how can use the “Press This” tool to make blogging easy!
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Heartbleed: An Epic Catastrophe
Last week, we all found out about Heartbleed – one of the most dangerous vulnerabilities to WordPress sites to date. In simple terms, it’s like having a big hole in your backyard fence and not noticing it for a few years.
Because of it, hackers have a key to the back doors of […]