Jul
07

5 essential trust signals your WordPress website should follow

Trust is everything in the world of business. When your prospects and customers trust you, they are much more likely to buy from you. So how can you inspire trust through your WordPress site? There are certain important trust signals that play a key role in every user’s experience when visiting a website. These signals […]

Jun
29

3 areas of business you should consider outsourcing

Most of the time an organisation cannot handle all aspects of a business process internally, which is why outsourcing to a specialist external service provider is common practice. Once the task has been outsourced to the service provider, they will take responsibility of maintaining the processes and procedures to take complete ownership of that function. […]

Jun
22

10 tips to keep your WordPress ecommerce site secure

Running an ecommerce business can be stressful, without having to worry about keeping yourself and your customers’ sensitive data secure. So how do you protect your WordPress ecommerce site secure from hackers? Here are ten top tips to stay ahead of the curve and keep your reputation intact. 1. Choose a secure WordPress ecommerce platform Choosing […]

Jun
15

7 signs it’s time to redesign your WordPress website

Deciding to undergo a WordPress website redesign requires a great deal of commitment on your part. It can be expensive and time consuming to begin with, but it’s completely necessary for a positive customer experience. Sometime there’s only so much revising your current site that you can do. If your site is particularly outdated, slow […]

Jun
08

Why more businesses are turning to cloud storage

While cloud storage may sound like it’s something to do with the weather, it actually refers to saving data to an offsite storage system maintained by a third party. Instead of storing information to your own computer hard drive, you save it to a remote database which can be accessed via the Internet. We’re now […]

May
31

5 common WordPress security issues to be aware of

Since WordPress is a popular platform powering approximately 25% of all websites, security vulnerabilities are inevitable. Although WordPress has a team specifically devoted to identifying and fixing WordPress security issues, you shouldn’t become complacent when it comes to actively reviewing and maintaining your own website’s security. Remember, WordPress is only secure if best practices are followed. […]