As a WordPress site owner, you may use your site to send emails for a variety of reasons. Whether your site is running a contact form, product sales, or event signups, it is important that your emails make it to their intended inbox and don’t end up in the dreaded spam folder. Lucky for us, MailChimp has a free tool to help with that exact need.
This year at Ignite FinCon in New Orleans, I shared that I am not quite an A-List blogger, but I’m a proud member of the B-List.
It seems like hardly a week goes by these days without someone I know sharing that their email account was hacked. Whether you are on Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, or any other mail platform, there are bad guys out there trying to get into your account to spam your friends with their viruses and junk messages. If you’ve been attacked and a bad guy got in, here’s how to clean up and keep it from happening again.
It seems that almost every week we read about something bad caused by hackers in the news. It used to be that sites were being taken down by DDoS attacks, but things have escalated. Hackers are no longer just slowing down the web, they are using it to access private networks and steal our personal information, email addresses, passwords, and credit card numbers. And for many people, those hacks can be very bad. Just imagine what would happen if a bad guy got access to your email. They could reset your bank account passwords, they could access your financial accounts, they could steal your money and identity.
Sometimes we are brought on to build out websites for clients who don’t want to hire us for content creation as well. While you may be just as much of a rock star writer as you are website designer, it is important to do what our clients want, and if it is develop a good website without writing the content, here are some places to look for great filler.