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How to Use LinkedIn to Boost Lead Generation for a Small Business

Posted on April 19th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

LinkedIn is the world’s largest social networking site targeting professionals. It boasts of over 170 million registered members spanning over 200 countries across the globe. In addition, industry pundits forecast its worldwide exponential growth buoyed by the need of professionals to share and transfer knowledge and experience. This makes it a formidable social media tool…

[Important] Secure Your WordPress Password Immediately – Global WordPress Brute Force Attack

Posted on April 12th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

It is highly recommended that you ensure your WordPress login password is a secure password comprising of at least 8 characters and includes special characters (@#$%^&*), a variation of upper and lower case letters, and numbers. Common Password Example: secretword123 Secure Password Example: Z4Tn@V^oes

Five Reasons Every Designer Should Use deviantART

Posted on April 4th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

deviantART, frequently referred to as dA, is a mixture between a file hosting service and social media website focused around the creation and enjoyment of digital art. According to Alexa, deviantart.com is ranked 126th in web traffic, placing it close to the traffic levels for companies like Walmart and Bank of America. For web designers,…

Five Ways Mobile Internet will Transform Cars in 2013

Posted on March 29th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

Car manufacturers are exploring ways to integrate mobile Internet into various automobile models and soon enough most consumers will remain connected across cars, homes, and all their ‘digital lives’. “Connected vehicles” are cars that access, consume, create, enrich, direct, and share digital information between businesses, people, organizations, infrastructures, and things,” said Thilo Koslowski, a leading…

Remember Perl? Five Ways It Could Help Your Website

Posted on March 28th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

Developed in 1987 by Larry Wall, Perl is one of the most flexible programming languages, offering users with thousands of different applications through its dynamic, open source platform. Aside from the cost benefits of bringing a community project to clients, there are a number of benefits to using Perl in your next design project.

Three Reasons to Use Bing Search Engine Tags

Posted on March 23rd, 2013 by Jake Neeley

Bing, Microsoft’s search engine, is mounting a serious challenge to other tech giants like Google and Yahoo. In a recent infographic published by Search Engine Journal, a visual comparison was shown highlighting U.S. Search activity: Google ranked as number 1, Yahoo number 2, and Bing at the number 3 spot. A search engine, crawls, analyzes,…

Spring Sale! Personal and Business Web Hosting Plans Discounted

Posted on March 22nd, 2013 by Jake Neeley

We’re excited to announce our Spring Sale including awesome discounts on our Personal hosting and Business hosting plans with code SPRING13! Starting at just $2.95/month on the one, two and three year billing cycles, the personal website hosting plan is perfect for smaller websites, blogs, information sites, etc. Offering a free domain name, unlimited space,…

Vine: Digital Marketing in 6 Seconds!

Posted on March 20th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

Twitter’s new video app Vine captured the attention of various brands with launching marketing campaigns with its 6-second video clip. A lot can happen in 6 seconds, and this platform takes marketing efforts to the next level (including generating leads through various viral campaigns). 140 characters of micro blogging had become a norm and now…

Does Open Office Have Microsoft Office Beat?

Posted on February 27th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

Small businesses need to find ways to save money in all areas of their business, and one way this can be accomplished is to examine its IT needs. In most cases, open source software can replace more expensive, paid software, with just as much productivity. Open source software follows a simple concept of group collaboration….

Bye, Bye Solaris: U.S Navy Falls in Love With Linux

Posted on February 22nd, 2013 by Jake Neeley

The Navy has contracted Raytheon, a technology and innovation company, for almost $28 million to switch the operating systems in its drones from the current Solaris system to the open source Linux . The tactical control system (TCS) will originally be developed for the Navy’s vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) drones, but it will eventually…

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