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Business Continuity And Blogging – Plan Ahead Now!

Thinking About Risk As many bloggers have found out in recent times, the ease and joy of setting up a WordPress self-hosted blog can turn sour quickly. Reality strikes in many forms – hackers, hosting service issues, getting blocked by Google and countless other risks. In the off-line world natural disasters, fire and flood can […]

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Internet Change Your Password Day!

  “Internet Change Your Password Day” This new annual event has been created by Internet Tech Guy to remind you to change your passwords on a regular basis. Start with these tips and take action to celebrate Internet Change Your Password Day!   Make your passwords at least 14 characters…really! Make your passwords a mix of letters, […]

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Web Browser Shootout! Which One Is Best For WordPress Bloggers?

Whether we are casual web surfers or dedicated on-line business people, the primary tool in our technology kit is our web browser. In fact, the various browsers our visitors use shape much of the experience when they come to your site. With this in mind, pay attention to our blogging so that your site is […]

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Protect Yourself Against Cybercrime

Is Your City In The Top 10? I read with interest today an article going around (“Norton ranks riskiest cities for cybercrime” by Lance Whitney on CNET news). It is  about the Top 50 Cities for cybercrime attacks. Since my town, Atlanta, was number 6, I paid even more attention. I suggest that you read the […]

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Lessons Learned! Take Your WP Blog Security Seriously!

Last night was a great experience with a live webinar from WPSecurityLock! The event was “WordPress Security Webinar: Six Things You Need to Know”. It was hosted by Regina Smola. Some of the folks on the call were new friends from the recent NAMS convention in Atlanta. We were attending the webinar to learn about […]

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WordPress Blog Security Webinar

It’s time to get serious about WordPress Blog Security! While researching WordPress security issues, I came across WP Security Lock. These folks have dedicated themselves to helping protect the WP community from hacking and making their blogs more secure. Read on to find out why you need to attend the upcoming webinar. A word to […]

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Bob the Teacher presents “Discover cPanel”

My wife and I recently attended the Network Affiliate Marketers Seminar (NAMS) in Atlanta and had a great time. One of our favorite presentations was by Bob The Teacher Jenkins. Taking his teaching skills and matching them up with top notch web skills and a sound business plan resulted in strong success. As a result, […]

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