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Make Your Email Password Unique

There are lots of security options out there at the mailserver account level but there is just one that you can control – don’t use your email password ANYWHERE else. Make it unique, don’t let it be obvious, and don’t relate it to any other password you use.

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Budgeting for Your Web Site

A good way to plan for the future of your web site is to start building an annual budget for it. Publications have budgets. Ad campaigns have budgets. A budget isn’t just a dollar amount thrown down on a spreadsheet, but it is a plan of what it will cost to do what you want to do.

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The New Wild Apricot Store Shopping Cart

The initial release of the Wild Apricot Store Shopping Cart appears to be very easy to set up but also very rudimentary in options.

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Bad RFPs Will Greatly Reduce Your Web Site Proposal Responses

One of the tells of how well a prospective client actually understands the web is the amount of time they give for various deadlines in their web site RFP.

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For Our WordPress Clients, about Gutenberg

This is considered to be the biggest change to the WordPress software in WordPress history. This upgrade has to be coordinated with all of those that must function with the core software – plugin developers, theme developers, hosting companies, and then developers and designers and administrators and user accounts.

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