WordPress Security Issues: Plugins & Actions to Protect Your Website from Hacks & Attacks

Is your WordPress website safe from hacks and attacks? “Brute Force” attacks on WordPress websites have made recent headlines. Make sure your website is secure. The most recent release of WordPress has been downloaded over 17 million times. It’s one of the most widely used, if not THE most widely used, content management system for […]

RSS Feeds: The Most Powerful Online Marketing Tool You May Not Know About

Are you looking for ways to get content ideas for your website, email newsletters and social media posts? Are you sure that your own content is reaching as many people as possible? RSS Feeds offer a great way for you to keep up with what’s going on in current events, your industry and on all […]

Move a Website and Keep Your Search Rankings & Traffic

When you move a website in a way that will change the URLs of the pages, it is important to ensure that search engines and other traffic to your site can follow the old URLs to the new URLs or: visitors to your site, either through bookmarks or links on other sites, will find  broken links […]

Can your website handle a heavy surge of activity?: “The Dragons’ Den Effect”

I must confess, I am a big fan of TV show the Dragons’ Den, first on BBC and then also on RTE when it made it to Ireland.  Over the past couple seasons that the show has run in Ireland, I’ve watched and tweeted along to the show. Until this year, most of the websites […]

Internet Usage Policy – Why Your Company Needs One

In this guest post John McCarthy, Partner at McCarthy & Co. Solicitors, discusses why it’s important to have an Employee Internet Usage Policy. First it was the text message.  Apparently they were originally designed with the decidedly utilitarian intention of providing a portable paging system for craftsmen using their cars as a mobile office.  It was […]