Articles by David Baxter

Websites to sell crafts

September 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

Looking for ways to sell your crafts to make a little extra money, but not ready for your own website? This article from GoDaddy discusses the Best Websites to Sell Crafts and the Pros and Cons of each option. The 6 best websites to sell crafts by Ashley Grant, GoDaddy Garage September 7, 2017 Do [Read more..]

How Independent Contractors can Help Your Small Business

September 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

An interesting article discussing some of the reasons small business are reluctant to hire independent contractors (freelancers) and debunking some of the myths that are barriers to hiring a freelancer. The Truth About Hiring and Managing Independent Contractors in Your Business by Rieva Lesonsky, [Read more..]

Marketing Myths for Small Business Owners

August 31, 2017 | 1 Comment

Marketing Myths Small Business Owners Should Stop Believing by Meaghan McCarthy, Search Influence August 29, 2017 When you’re running a small business, it’s often up to you or a member of a very small team to research and make all decisions for the business. And when you’re trying to [Read more..]

Chrome Extension Attacks Target Site Owners

August 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

PSA: 4.8 Million Affected by Chrome Extension Attacks Targeting Site Owners Wordfence.com August 17, 2017 In June, July and August, developers of the following Chrome extensions had their login credentials stolen through a phishing attack. The extensions affected are: Web Developer – Versions [Read more..]

Get ready now for Google’s Mobile First Index

July 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Google’s Mobile First Index is not expected top go live until some time next year (2018). But that doesn’t mean you should wait until 2018 to make sure your site conforms to the mobile search criteria. Prepare now and you’ll get the “ready now” bonus when Google starts [Read more..]

The Psychlinks Website Management Option

July 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

The latest statistics (July 2017) indicate that 59.2% of all websites using a known content management system (CMS) are based on the WordPress platform (28.4% of all websites on the internet). That is a significant market share that I believe has been well earned by the almost unlimited  [Read more..]

Fake eMail leads to Browser Hijack and Malware

February 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

I’m neither a novice nor naïve when it comes to computers, the internet, and online security issues. However, I have to admit this one slipped by me. I was expecting a package or perhaps two to be delivered by Canada Post a couple of days ago. I was working away troubleshooting a website and a [Read more..]

Autofill security risk in most browsers except Firefox

January 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

Here’s why you’ll probably want to turn off browser autofill Globalnews.ca January 18, 2017 It’s annoying to type your personal details — name, address, phone numbers, all the rest of it — every time you need to fill out on online form. Browser makers realized this years ago, which is why [Read more..]

No Business Is Too Small to Have a Website

July 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

    From Why No Business Is Too Small to Have a Website: The average Canadian spends 45 hours online per month, more than any other nation and almost double the global average… Not only do we love shopping online, but many Canadians also rely on the web to research and to compare [Read more..]

Customers avoid businesses with poor mobile websites

July 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

  From a recent post by LSA Insider, 57% Unlikely to Buy Online from Biz with Poor Mobile Experience: Studies continue to show that poor mobile experiences result in businesses and brands being overlooked by customers. According to a new study, 57% of consumers said they were not likely to [Read more..]
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