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WordPress SEO Checklist

SEO is – undoubtedly – extremely important for your website and thus for your business. Yet, it is an enigma to most of us. Read this ‘SEO-Checklist’ which sheds some light on this topic and offers tips and tricks for best results: Click here to read the article (opens in a new window) At artKenya, […]

WordPress Now Runs 30% Of All Websites

By Michael Rojek, Founder at Husaria Marketing According to a survey of the most popular content management systems by W3Techs, since February of 2018 WordPress is being used on 30% of all websites on the net, up from 25% in 2015. Its market share of the content management industry is over 60% as a result. […]

Is it necessary for a new WordPress blog to use SSL?

By Sandra Jocic, Digital Marketing Manager at theiuvo.com Google’s intention to debunk and penalize potentially unsafe websites is going further. The recent Chrome 56 browser release introduced a novelty, making sure that non-techie users understand that the green padlock hanging in the left-hand corner of the address bar is not a mere gimcrack, as many […]

What is the future of WordPress?

By Nikoletta Triantafyllopoulou, Digital & Social Media Manager, Linguist There are many changes that are coming to WordPress. The WordPress Gutenberg Editor 2018 is all about the Gutenberg Editor-with its upcoming official release and all the fascinating (yet scary at times) changes stirring up many emotions. The release of the Gutenberg Editor with the WordPress […]

New artKenya demo site: Small Business Demo

We are excited to announce the addition of new demo sites to our collection. The first one to be published is the new Small Business demo. It is, as all our demos, a fully functional website and can be ‘tweaked’ to your requirements. Click on the link below to view the site and navigate through […]

How to Upgrade or Affordably Replace Your Old PC

If you’re looking to upgrade or replace your computer, take the same approach as a physician; that is, diagnosis then treatment. Do this: •     Mac owners: Apple Menu > About this Mac •     PC owners: Open Start Menu and enter “cmd” in the box. At the command prompt, run: systeminfo.exe If you see dates from before the […]

What is ransomware?

The FBI estimates that ransomware cost victims $1 billion last year, up from $24 million in 2015, and warns that attacks are expected to continue escalating. Here is what you need to know about ransomware, why it’s dangerous, and what can make you vulnerable to becoming a victim of this virulent form of cybercrime.

What You Need to Know About Phishing

Social engineering scams that use email or websites into tricking users to reveal personal information or install viruses on their devices are known as phishing scams. Phishing scams can look like bank emails, or other corporate communication, and are crafted to fool the users into believing that it is a legitimate message. The content of […]

How to Send and Receive GoDaddy Email From Gmail

Article Reblogged from: http://sparqstreet.com/ There are a few different guides on linking your GoDaddy account with Gmail already around, but I always found them lacking to one degree or another. Here is a comprehensive guide on linking your GoDaddy email account with your Gmail account, so that you can send and receive email from your GoDaddy account […]

Configuring DNS for your GoDaddy email in cPanel

If your domain isn’t registered in the same account as your hosting or it’s registered elsewhere, use the following DNS records for your cPanel shared hosting account’s Web hosting and email. NOTE: DNS changes can take up to 48 hours to take effect across the Internet. Mandatory Record Type Host Points to A (Host) @ Your […]