Blog Archive: October, 2015

Why hackers want to hack your site

26 Oct, 2015 Jennifer Frye
Why hackers want to hack your site

“Why would anyone want to hack my site?” I have heard this exact phrase or a variation of it many times. Some of our smallest sites are the one's with the most hack attempts. I have seen some of these small sites get more than one thousand failed login attempts over the course of a week, and that might be a LIGHT week. Just because your site is small, or because your site isn’t selling anything, does NOT mean that hackers won’t care about your site.There are plenty of reasons they want in.

Stealing Information This is probably the most obvious one. Hackers want to break into your…

The One Page Website: Friend or Foe

The One Page Website: Friend or Foe

For years now it has been thought that having a single dynamic looking website would not go well with your SEO and ranking amongst Search Engines. We are here to tell you that is not the case, with more and more single page sites popping up every day the popular search engines have begun to crawl through the content like a multi paged website.  But we must insist that you build or have your single page website correctly or this won't be the case for you.

Building a single page website correctly can be beneficial to you and to your business, why you…

So many reasons you don’t want to have your website hacked…now , SEO is another.

So many reasons you don’t want to have your website hacked…now , SEO is another.

Often times, we will hear from clients that they are not worried about having their site hacked because there isn’t any credit card information collected. Hacking sites is no longer a concern for online stores only. It is a concern for EVERYONE with a website. There are many reasons why having your site hacked can be a nightmare. One of these reasons is being hacked can negatively affect your SEO, most people don’t think about this or realize when it happens. But when it does...look out. When your site is hacked a search engine can pick up on it just by crawling your site.…