3 Myths About Duplicate Content

It's Okay

The words “duplicate content penalty” strike fear in the hearts of marketers. People with no SEO experience use this phrase all the time. Most have never read Google’s guidelines on duplicate content. They just somehow assume that if something appears twice online, asteroids and locusts must be close behind. This article is long overdue. Let’s…
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Information on Security Threat CVE-2015-5154

Server Maintenance

If you’re a developer, you may be interested to read this article in full. If not, feel free to skip to the Resolution section below. Overview of CVE-2015-5154 Information on bug CVE-2015-5154 was made public on July 27, 2015. The vulnerability is in QEMU, a generic and open source machine emulator and virtualizer that is utilized by…
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What Goes Into a Solid Custom Website?

Responsive Screen Views

It’s a given that, in 2015, most people know you need a website for the product/service/cause you’re promoting. What they may not know is what goes into having a website that actually works — one that’s more than an online billboard for your business. Keep in mind, if what you need is simply is an online…
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Avoid “The Hack” in a Few Steps

Strong Passwords

Last week we at BRNM experienced one of those dreaded, but avoidable headaches — the website hack. It happened  because one of our client websites was running an old version of WordPress in one of our shared hosting accounts. It was a pretty nasty  job. Once the hacker found his way in, he injected some…
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Should I Update?

It’s a question I get from clients all the time, and it’s a legitimate one. Most of the time, they want to avoid breaking things. We’ve all been there. I used to answer this by saying, “yes, you should”. Now I say, “yes, but it depends”. Depends on what? On whether or not you have a backups…
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