WordPress and Basic SEO

At a recent business lunch event, I heard a competitor of mine make the claim that you can’t update key SEO elements of a page in WordPress. Because of that, they argued WordPress should be avoided. Unfortunately, I had already spoken and talked a bit about myself and my business at the meeting, or I…Read More→

Security by Obscurity?

In 2018, security on your website is a big deal. One security measure you may have heard of is “security by obscurity” or SBO for short. While it may sound like a great idea, the results will likely leave you frustrated. Security by obscurity – while sounding logical – is actually a huge vulnerability. SBO…Read More→

What to do with Unused Plugins

WordPress is an awesome Content Management System (CMS). Compared to many other leading CMS platforms (such as Drupal, Kentico, or Joomla), one of the great things about WordPress is how easy it is to keep the system updated and secure. Obviously, it is 2018 and there is no such thing as a “perfect” system –…Read More→

Different Authors?

Some of our clients have multiple individuals writing blogs for their website. Having content from different perspectives is a great way to showcase all that your business has to offer. However, you may not always want to give admin access to all blog contributors. Thankfully, with WordPress, there are two really great options. The first…Read More→

Categories and Tags

When you start blogging and creating new posts in WordPress (which I highly recommend you do), you’ll see two options for organizing your posts: categories and tags. While both do the same basic things, organize and index your posts, they have two very distinct uses. Categories With WordPress, categories are generalized. Each blog post should…Read More→

WordPress Updates

WordPress is a great content management system with a lot of great features to it. However, like any other CMS on the market there are security risks with it. It’s fairly easy to stave off a lot of the issues by simply keeping everything up to date. When you are running these updates, you need…Read More→

Basic Security for WordPress

As with any content management system (CMS) available today, there are some security risks that need to be accounted for with WordPress. Thankfully, it’s actually very easy – using a secure password and keeping the system and plugins updated. As with any online account, it’s very important to use a strong password. It’s also highly…Read More→