Entries by Bridget Waldron

Google Algorithm Update June 2019 | June 2019 Core Update

Google Core Algorithm Update June 2019 Google has announced that they have released a core algorithm update on June 3 2019. Typically, Google is pretty hush-hush about rolling out a core algorithm update, but thanks to the SEO community persistently asking for more transparency, they have responded by tweeting about their update. The following was […]

SEO is More Human Than You Think

Search engine optimization sounds technical, but it’s more human-oriented than we think. Humans are on the other end of every search phrase, so it makes sense that the best strategy is to write engaging content. Google has stated this fact numerous times over the years in different ways. As long as you write good content […]

Advantages of a Cloud Hosted PBX

5 Benefits of A Cloud Hosted PBX Phone System As technology evolves, more and more companies are starting to move their phone systems to a cloud-based solution. There are countless benefits of a cloud-hosted PBX phone system, but first, before we discuss this, let’s understand the terminology. A PBX stands for private branch exchange. You can […]

4 Reasons Why You Need an Managed Service Provider (MSP)

Should you Have an MSP or Hire In House? Does this question sound familiar to you: “Should I employ an I.T. guy, or hire an I.T. company?” If it does, you are probably weighing the pros and cons in terms of the cost of hiring in-house vs. getting an external MSP. Below are 4 reasons […]

5 Reasons You Need To Start Using Facebook Ads

I’m sure you’ve heard it before – “Are you advertising on Facebook?” For those who have answered “No” you may think that Facebook won’t fit into your business model, or it won’t reach the correct audience. Or perhaps you tried it years ago, and your efforts were unsuccessful. We are here to say give it a […]

New Virus Attacking Businesses

On Tuesday, June 27th, a new malware cyber attack called Petya was launched across the world. Another malware called GoldenEye was thought to be responsible, but was discovered to be a different malware that’s similar to Petya, having borrowed Petya code. The Petya virus is mostly a concern for businesses, big and small, especially if […]