Month: July 2019

How to Send Self-Destructing Messages in Gmail

How to Send Self-Destructing Messages in Gmail The art of the ephemeral email Some messages are meant to be private. The longer they sit around in your inbox, the more likely it is they’ll end

An exposed password let a hacker access internal Comodo files

A hacker gained access to internal files and documents owned by security company and SSL certificate issuer Comodo by using an email address and password mistakenly exposed on the internet. The credentials were found in


How to Recognize Scams Targeting Your Website

One of the downsides to owning your own website or domain is that you have to register, mostly using personal information, in a public directory of sorts. Anyone can look up a URL or site


Apple could release the Apple Card during the first half of August

According to a new report from Bloomberg, the launch of the Apple Card is imminent. Customers based in the U.S. should be able to order the new credit card at some point during the first

Video Marketing Strategy

The ABCs of Video Content: How to Build a Video Marketing Strategy

Posted by video marketing can generate real results, but many simply assume they can’t afford it. Talent. Most small marketing teams don’t have people experienced with creating or starring in videos. Buy-in. Companies that use


6 Tips From Experts on Optimizing Websites for Google’s Lighthouse 3.0 Speed Tests

So much SEO advice focuses on aspects of optimization around content strategy, outreach, and competitor tracking. But even the best backlinks can’t replace a fast and easy-to-use website. Even though site speed has been considered


The Ultimate Guide to SEO Meta Tags

Posted by meta tag resource you should check out if you’re interested in everything that’s out there. It’s important to note that in 2019, you meta tags still matter, but not all of them can


9 Ways to Reduce Shopping Cart Abandonment in WordPress

Finding ways to reduce shopping cart abandonment is one of the main challenges in running an e-commerce site. Research suggests that up to 75 percent of all online shopping carts are abandoned before making a


How to Build a Real Estate Website on WordPress

Buying or renting a property is stressful. One of the hardest parts is finding the best one for you. A real estate website which makes it easy for you to discover your dream home will


Q&A: Igniting imaginations and putting VR in the hands of students with Kai Frazier

When you were in school, you may have taken a trip to a museum or a local park, but you probably never got to see an active volcano or watch great whites hunt. As Virtual


The Real Impact of Mobile-First Indexing & The Importance of Fraggles

Posted by What the Heck are Fraggles. How Fraggles & Fraggle-based indexing works with JavaScript Google’s desire to index Native Apps and Web Apps, including single-page apps, has necessitated Google’s switch to indexing based on


WordPress Vulnerability Roundup: July 2019, Part 1

New WordPress plugin and theme vulnerabilities were disclosed during the first half of this month, so we want to keep you aware. We divide the WordPress Vulnerability Roundup into four different categories: 1. WordPress core


Finding Top Talent: Stop Looking Inside a Box for People Thinking Outside of One

When you’re looking for innovative and action-driven talent, why not open your doors up to people that have already pioneered their own lives? I was recently contacted about an opportunity. On many levels, this opportunity


Veteran Freelancers: Lessons and Insights From WordPress Pros

We recently did a series talking to freelance rookies who are at the beginning of the careers. So we also wanted to talk to veteran freelancers and learn some insights from the years of experience.