Security

How to Protect Your Blog Content From Being Stolen

Blogging can be difficult in itself without having to worry about plagiarism and content theft. Some people make it a habit to take other creators’ content, slap a couple of backlinks and sponsored referral links on it for good measure and publish it as their own. It’s something that no professional service should tolerate, and…

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How to Minimize Risk Of a Negative SEO Attack on Your Website

No matter whether your website represents a business, a startup, a blog, an informative page, or anything else, SEO is the air that keeps your website stay afloat. The search engine giants are constantly updated and redefining their guidelines to state what’s important when it comes to reaching the top of the results pages. There…

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Infographic: Why WordPress is Our Preferred CMS

This week I came across the following infographic courtesy of Skilled.co. As many of you already know, Return On Now will work with nearly any CMS, but we prefer WordPress when we have a say in the decision. I could list many reasons why this is our favorite CMS. But much of it would be…

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SEO Mistakes to Avoid in 2016

Now that we are well on the way into 2016, it is time to start asking the difficult question about how your SEO plans are working out. Are you making the gains you are hoping to? Are you managing to stay on top of your research and keyword goals? Have you been checking in on…

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How to Secure WordPress From Hackers for Free

If you operate a website on the WordPress platform, it’s inevitable that a hack attempt will come your way sooner or later. Just this week, the Return On Now website has been under a series of botnet attacks. Luckily, we have spent a lot of time studying how to secure WordPress from these sort of…

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WordPress Site Hacked? Start Here.

WordPress is our CMS of choice for most small- to mid-sized businesses. There are a slew of benefits, from putting web content management in the hands of non-technical staff to providing a platform to launch a site in a short timeframe. It does come with some downside, though. When a platform is built and maintained…

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Internal Social Networks: The Next Evolution of the Intranet

Social networks are the backbone of social media, the places where we can virtually gather with likeminded professionals in different companies, locations, and industries. Leading platforms such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+ are well known and understood. And they serve a great purpose for the vast majority of us. From the perspective of the enterprise,…

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Five of the Most Despicable Online Marketing Techniques

Enjoy today’s guest post from Tom Koh. Tom is an SEO enthusiast who runs his own internet business and is sharing some of the more unattractive SEO ploys he has run into during his time doing so. SEO can sometimes have a bit of a bad reputation. While good SEO is of course a perfectly legitimate…

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Twitter: A New Kind Of Spam-bot

Today, I finally took a moment to go through my list of followers on Twitter, hoping to uncover some great new tweeps with whom I could engage. When I started going through the list, I noticed a slew of new followers who had jumped on board in the past 48 hours. Great news, right?

Wrong.

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