What’s the Best SSL Certificate for WP Sites? Ever since Google made SSL certificates a mandatory part of SEO, everyday companies have been searching for the right solution. Yet it’s no easy task, especially if web development isn’t your forte. Just understanding what this essential element of security is can be a challenge for many. So how do you go about choosing the … Read More
Despite the awesomeness of WordPress, your site can still be vulnerable to attacks. Even so, the best WordPress security tips can keep you out of trouble. They can either limit access or block hackers from exploiting weaknesses. Many business owners never expect someone to hack their site. Yet, there is a lot those hackers stand to gain if they are not stopped. This … Read More
You’ll Thank Us Later – 50 Features Your Small Business Website Needs by Annie Pilon The Jonesen Take: This article does a good job of informing readers about important features that relate to an intuitive user experience. Was there a function listed that you would like on your website? Let us know, we’re happy to help out!
Many site owners and web developers think of web hosting as an afterthought. “My beautiful site is done and now I need to connect it to the web.” We don’t look at it that way, and we encourage our clients not to either. Web hosting is an incredibly important piece of the puzzle for any website and it can have … Read More
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
With 4 months to switch on HTTPS, are web hosting companies ready? By Mark Stockley The Jonesen Take: Starting in July, Google will be warning users about even visiting a Non-SSL site. If your site is on our Standard or Pro Hosting plans, we’ve got you covered. If not, we are happy to get you set up with an SSL … Read More