• Why Was My Website Hacked?

    Hacker attack typed in the center of ones and zeroes.

    Why Did My Site Get Hacked?

    It is a fact of modern life that websites get hacked. Unfortunately, it is often not “if” a site gets hacked, it’s “when”. Your site doesn’t have to be a big business site or an e-commerce site. All sites can have information on them that is attractive to hackers, if for no other purpose than to wreak havoc or gain status with other hackers. The most common misconceptions website owners have about hacking are:

    1. Thinking their site isn’t interesting enough for a hacker.
    2. Hackers have nothing to gain from hacking their site.
    3. It’s never happened before and it won’t happen now.

  • Word Count Effect on the SERPs and Social Shares

    Graph showing ranking or articles by word content

                   "When You Work With Words, Words Are Your Work" :
                                   Word Count Effect on the SERPs and Social Shares


    Don Knotts as Luther Heggs in The Ghost and Mr. Chicken


    When One Web Company asked me to write a blog article about content, I thought of all the approaches I could take to address the subject. I decided to tackle word count as it has been an aspect of SEO that has grown since 2011 in discussion and scrutiny.