Why Your Site MUST Be Mobile-Friendly

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Why Your Site MUST Be Mobile-Friendly

In this era of smartphones, it’s essential you create a mobile-friendly version of your website. If you don’t, you could be losing business and here’s why. Have you ever tried to visit a website from your smartphone, only to get so aggravated by the poor design that you left the site completely and went to a different one? Is it … Read More

Problems We Prevent: Missing WordPress Updates

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WordPress Update – 4.9.7 Security & Maintenance Release by Marc-Alexandre Montpas on July 5, 2018 Summary: WordPress has just released an update to address several security issues, including one known vulnerability that we recently discussed here. Jonesen Take: Our curated hosting clients enjoy peace of mind knowing that their site is always up to date with the latest that WordPress … Read More

Selling Your Web Design and Hosting Business? Let’s Talk!

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hosting business

Over the years, we’ve seen many web companies that provide design and hosting services for a while and then seem to fall off the map. This happens for many different reasons; an entrepreneur wants to move on to another opportunity, a great designer gets a job offer she can’t pass up, a developer moves into something more specialized. A couple … Read More

3 Tips to Creating a Blog That Helps Your Business

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3 Tips to Creating a Blog That Helps Your Business

You might have a blog, but aren’t totally sure if you’re doing right. Or you may be considering starting a blog for your business, but you are unsure of where to start, or if it is even worth it to put your valuable time into regular blog posts. If you fit in any of those categories, we’re here for you. … Read More

Problems We Prevent: Blacklisted Sites

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Google Webmaster Blog: How we fought webspam – Webspam Report 2017 Summary: Google works extremely hard to provide search users with the most relevant information from trustworthy sources.  They don’t want to be responsible for leading users to potentially dangerous websites by displaying malicious sites in their search results.  Knowing the risk to online users,  Google chooses to “blacklist” or remove these sites … Read More

How To Change Your Jonesen Website Password

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How To Change Your Password

While there is much debate about how often you should change your passwords, a good rule of thumb is that a strong, unpredictable, and site-specific password is your best bet for keeping the bad guys out.    Maybe it’s been a while since we launched your site or you want to change your password to something that is easier to … Read More

Chrome To Show “Not Secure” On All HTTP Sites

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Google To Mark All HTTP Sites As Not secure

Google has officially announced via their security blog  that, “Beginning in July 2018 with the release of Chrome 68, Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as ‘not secure’.”  They additionally included an example below, displaying how an HTTP site will appear to users. While this change may be frustrating or surprising to website owners, we want to take the time … Read More

Problems We Prevent: Unchecked User Permissions

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Unpatched Flaw Disclosed in WordPress CMS Core By Catalin Cimpanu Summary: According to Cimpanu, Web security researches from RIPS Tech announced a flaw in WordPress that would allow “users who have access to the post editor —and can upload or delete images (and their thumbs)— can insert malicious code in a WordPress site that deletes crucial files part of the WordPress … Read More