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Why should I register multiple domain names?

Why should I register multiple domain names?
You only need one domain name to have a website, but when it comes to your business and brand, you definitely do not want to leave similar names available for copycats to register and take advantage of your search engine results or create confusion for your clients or within your industry. A strong brand is important to differentiate you, but it also helps to register every domain name iteration that you can think of. read more…

How can I create an email alias through Gmail?

How can I create an email alias through gmail?
When creating a simple email forward included in your purchase of a domain name or hosting account, you can have a customized email with you@yourdomain.com and you can check your email in another account such as Gmail or Yahoo or any other that you choose. Since Gmail (or Google Workspace) is the most popular, here are some instructions so that you can reply as you@yourdomain.com as well as receive. read more…

What is included in basic SEO?

What is included in basic SEO

Basic SEO is built into every website, with no exceptions. With each and every new site that we build, we make sure that as much text as possible is readable and we put alt and title tags on all of the images in the site. We have the ability to make any existing font into a web font and program it for readability. For a brand new site, it does take a little bit of time to get listed, but Google is becoming faster at that all of the time. read more…

How do I stop contact form spam messages?

How do I stop contact form spam messages?
Unfortunately the convenience of having a website contact form, which is supposed to protect your privacy, can become an inconvenience when it’s used for spam messages. This has been happening more and more lately. Hackers attack websites in many forms, either direct or with hacker bots. They’re always looking for some type of weakness in order to exploit or to annoy. Staying on top of this type of issue is always a priority.
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Is Google part of my website?

Is Google part of my website?

While it may appear to be part of your website, Google and other search engines are a completely separate entity. While Google products are related to your website, they are a third-party company, and probably one of the largest and most complex in the world. We do need to work with them on some things such as search engine optimization, customized Workspace email accounts, website security, Google analytics, and other such technical items. Many times it is not an easy task, but occasionally special requests will require that we engage with them, which may likely add an additional cost to the project.
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