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Give Your Contact Page a Little Love (Part 2)

In my last post, I went over some suggestions to make your “Contact Us” page a little more robust. This post will go over some mistakes to avoid on your contact page. If a potential or current customer gets frustrated trying to contact you,… Read More

Give Your Contact Page a Little Love (Part 1)

The little contact page is a vital part of your website. However, people tend to overlook it, not realizing they could be losing customers and conversions. Here are some tips from our… Read More

Google to Make Slow Sites More Apparent

By: TeamWTI | Date: November 12, 2019

Categories: Web Maintenance, Website Design,

Tags: Chrome, Google, slow website,

Google to Make Slow Sites More Apparent

We’ve talked before about the importance of site speed. If a website or page takes too long to load, the user (read: potential customer) will go to another, quicker site. By “too long”,… Read More

Is Online Reputation Management Important? 

When you want to try something new, where do you start? Maybe you are looking for a restaurant, a service company, or a hotel to stay at. Do you ask your… Read More

Google’s Betting BERT Can Understand You

For those of us that use search engines a lot, you know that there are certain ways you have to phrase things to get the right results. According to Pandu Nayak, Google Fellow and Vice President of Search, Google receives… Read More

Apple Store Pulls Malicious Apps

By: TeamWTI | Date: October 25, 2019

Categories: Security,

Tags: Apple App Store, clicker trojan, malware, Wandera,

Apple Store Pulls Malicious Apps

The Apple App Store recently pulled 17 apps that were  infected with clicker trojan malware. The apps themselves don’t have anything that would alert the detection services in the Apple App Store. Instead, the apps communicate with a known command and control server, or… Read More

Do You Use Chrome or Firefox? You May Have Malware

By: TeamWTI | Date: October 10, 2019

Categories: Security,

Tags: antivirus, malware, Reductor,

Do You Use Chrome or Firefox? You May Have Malware

The latest malware issue is being called “Reductor” and seems to be focused on Chrome and Firefox users. The malware was discovered by the security team at Kaspersky.  They came across the malware earlier this year and, after a lengthy… Read More

New Malware Can Turn Your Computer Into a “Zombie Proxy”

Microsoft and Cisco Talos recently announced that they have discovered a malware campaign that can transform your personal computer into what Microsoft is calling a “zombie proxy”. The malware uses legitimate programs on your computer and it is suspected that it has infected thousands… Read More

How to Improve your SEO On and Off your Website

It is obvious why your website needs to rank well. Websites that are listed in the first few search results are much more likely to be visited. If you can get someone to… Read More

Google On an Updating Frenzy

By: TeamWTI | Date: September 27, 2019

Categories: Search Engine Optimization,

Tags: Google, Google Algorithm, updates,

Google On an Updating Frenzy

GThere are always a few major Google algorithm updates every year, but it seems like they are coming fast and furious lately. In the last 30 days, there have been updates on August 29th, September 4th, 13th, 16th, 19th, 24th, and 26th. The updates can… Read More

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