Imagine trying to describe the explosive growth of the Internet over the last two decades to the uninitiated. It’s difficult to remember what information gathering, business, and yes, even life was like before the Internet became part of our daily experience. The infiltration of the Internet continues, spurred on by new users as well as the influx of smart phones, tablets, and other web-enabled devices.

WordPress, created in 2003, has become the most popular content management system on the Internet with over 1 million actual users and influencing tens of millions. Many programmers, both amateur and professional, have augmented the power and usability of WordPress by creating plugins that enhance the user experience and make it easier on the blog or site owner to create and manage content.

With over 1 billion active users and 325 million logging in every day, Facebook is the premier social networking site on the web. The marketing implications of one site with so many users (who spend about 700 billion minutes a month on the site) are impossible to ignore.

Sometimes websites are created in such a way that it is difficult to achieve organic search ranking without a complete overhaul of your website. Many times these sites were created incorrectly, and you may not be aware of that fact until you experience little or no results from SEO (Search Engine Optimization) efforts.

Uh oh.. your web host has let you down for the last time! It could be politics, social mishaps, technical fails or terrible support, but there comes a time when you really need to make the move to a new web hosting provider.

Depending on how many notes or messy modifications you make to your cascading style sheets, you might be about due for a little compression. By shrinking you external CSS files, you can save the bandwidth it takes to download them, each time somebody visits your web site.

The new control panel in use for our Exchange services is called EMScortex®. Cortex allows our customers to manage their email accounts and features easier than ever before. The interface is friendlier and easier to navigate while maintaining accounts.

Let’s face it – it’s 2011, and anyone who has a website has constantly been lombarded with terms like, “free traffic” and “viral content.” We’ve all been trying to get our websites onto the top of the search engines, to get more followers on Twitter, and to get our brand and marketing message in front of our target demographic.

On June 1st Google went social with Google +1, which allows you to share your favorite links and websites with your friends as company executives are still trying to make Google more social. This is Google's version of Facebook’s "like", a simple function that's very powerful because it's part of a social network.


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