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The importance of a great website for a new business

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Ananda Raj PandeyCTO at SavvySME
Great article, :)
Phil KhorFounder at SavvySME
Great article! Well thought out and shows depth of experience in creating websites that not only look good, but functional and effective. Thanks for sharing Daniel. Looking fwd to your next one.
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6 Steps to Create a Successful Small Business Website

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Great article, thank you.
Dj HodgsonMarketing & Communications Manager, BDM at David Henderson Online
Awesome. Thanks for all that feedback Ivana, once again. Great article.
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For my personal website content should I write in 1st person or 3rd person?

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Lisa CreffieldOwner at 3things
First person 100%.But try to avoid "I" as much as possible. The more you can generalise and universalise your experience, the more it brings readers in and the more powerful it becomes. For example:"I've never liked standing in a bank queue"becomes:"No one likes standing in a bank queue"Instantly your column is about all of us/your readers, rather than just you. Obviously if it's a divided issue, you can't speak for all readers. So you might begin with: "Many of us struggle to parallel park" rather than "Everyone struggles to parallel park" (which will insult and alienate those that manage it just fine).Do feel free to include personal anecdotes and stories, people love them, just cut out as many uses of "I" and "me" as you can.
Always in the 1st person when it is a personal site and profile. Jef is correct.
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Be Content with your Website’s Content

In today’s digital savvy world, an online presence is key for your business. Your website is a... read more

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Jef LippiattOwner at Startup Chucktown
I really like, "Think about the who, not just the what"!
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How do I clean up malicious code on my website?

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We are not a web developer but our website www.ThePartyPeople.com.au was hacked last year and malicious code added. It crippled our website as it was taken down but lucky we got a new type of insurance called cyber insurance to protect from such an event. We were actually attacked 5 times costing us over $30,000 and lucky the insurance covered it. Our developer and hosting company scanned the site for malicious code and removed it.In terms of how we cleaned it up I would have to get some input from my hosting company and developer however we basically contacted our hosting company when the website went down and ask them to restore it and resolve this issue which they did by running some diagnostic tools to find malicious code. My developer did the same and between them they were able to remove the malicious code. The important thing to note was we did both, my developer found the issue on my website but there were more things the malicious code had put in other dark corners of our server so the hosting company found those. The vulnerability was with word press and while we fixed the issue we decided it was too risky having our blog on the same server as our website given they could access our server via our blog which then gave the code access to our website so we put them on separate hosting environments.
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I would also say it depends on how you've (or someone else) built your website. If your website is built on something like Wordpress (or other Content Management System a.k.a. CMS) than usually there are plugins that you can install that will search through your code and ensure everything is cleaned up as needed.Additionally there are other resources such as security scanning programs, antivirus programs and the like that can also be deployed on your website (may require some technical knowledge).Lastly, if your website is completely custom built, ensure that the developers and programmers that are building it are following industry best practices, such as limiting input fields (if it is a phone number field don't allow alphabet characters, if it is a name field don't allow numbers, don't allow special characters ($, !, @, #, &, *, etc.) in any input other than a password field, ensure you are encrypting sensitive information fields (passwords, credit card info, medical data, etc.) and disallow cross-scripting (don't allow programming expressions).
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(SEO) Safety First - Why you should switch to HTTPS

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I think it looks professional and clean.Took me sometime to work out what the website as about.Originally I thought it was somewhere to purchase items that are designed to be presents (gifts).
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