Maintain your Google rankings by installing an SSL Certificate (i.e. https://)

Maintain your Google rankings by installing an SSL Certificate (i.e. https://)

During October 2017, Google have modified their algorithm for ranking websites. Google now prioritises websites that have an SSL Certificate installed over those that don’t. What this means is, the URL address bar should now show “https://yourwebsite.com.au” in your web browser. This is particularly obvious if you use Google Chrome, where it also displays a padlock and the word “Secure” in green text next to your URL (see image below).

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8 reasons why I should use WordPress for my business website

8 reasons why I should use WordPress for my business website

Building a website is not just about getting something that looks good.  It also needs to be functional, easy to use and modify, and rank well with the search engines which makes it most relevant.

Due to the importance of using the best CMS possible, I have listed below 8 reasons why I would choose WordPress as my website platform –
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Windows XP support has ended

Windows XP support has ended

After 13 years of loyal service, support for Windows XP and Office 2003 officially ended on 8 April 2014. And while PCs running XP still work, Microsoft are no longer offering technical support, seeding security patches, pushing bug fixes or developing service packs.

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