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5 Tips for Better Password Security

Posted by on Sep 4, 2017 in Featured, Websites

5 Tips for Better Password Security

The guy that wrote the b00k 0n p4$$w0rd$ recently recanted. “It’s probably better to do fairly long passwords that are phrases or something like that that you can remember than to try to get people to do lots of funny characters,” Burr told CBS News. He’s right, but don’t give up entirely on special characters. Just be consistent.

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Google AMP Project and SEO

Posted by on Sep 22, 2016 in Featured, Marketing, Websites

Google AMP Project and SEO

The Google AMP project is less than a year old, but it’s already making waves. Google does a lot of things that make waves. When it affects SERPs the SEO community pays close attention to every word, and reads between many lines. I’m no exception. When I started seeing stories about how AMP pages might (or might not) be ranked, I figured I should learn how AMP works.

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HTTP/2 – Page speed increase and SEO boost

Posted by on Dec 24, 2015 in Featured, Websites

HTTP/2 – Page speed increase and SEO boost

In September of 2015, Apache HTTP 2.4.17 came out with HTTP/2 included. HTTP/2 has been in the works for a while, but now that the most common web server platform has it built in, the rate of adoption is set to increase exponentially. There are a few hurdles that web developers and system admins will have to jump through to make the switch to HTTP/2, some of which will slow the growth in use.

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Content Delivery Networks – Couldflare vs Incapsula

Posted by on May 16, 2014 in Websites

Content Delivery Networks – Couldflare vs Incapsula

When comparing Cloudflare and Incapsula, I would look at other cumulative statistics in Google Analytics, server bandwidth, Webalizer and AWStats. I was also curious about server outage resilience (would the cached website still be up when the server was down?). Overall ease of set up and use is also a consideration. Each content delivery network (CDN) provider also comes with it’s own set of tools, measurements and analytics.

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Patterns in Statistics and Demographics

Posted by on Jun 3, 2013 in Featured, Websites

Patterns in Statistics and Demographics

Looking at things like visitor demographics from different perspectives is important. I worked with a client whose search engine marketing and search engine optimization (SEM & SEO) we’re doing unexpectedly well in Ontario Canada. What began as an experimental tangent on a statistical anomaly, ended up being a significant part of the audience for this business. Once identified, we worked to sustain the audience sector and worked to grow from there.

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