Entries by artkenya


What happens to emails in Outlook when I delete my email account?

When you access your emails through a desktop mail client like Outlook: The emails are typically stored on the client’s local storage (your computer), and changes made in the client (such as deleting emails) don’t directly affect the emails on the email server (in this case, Google’s servers). If you delete your Google account, it […]


What is Cloud Hosting?

Cloud hosting is a type of web hosting which uses multiple different servers to balance the load and maximize uptime. Instead of using a single server, your website can tap into a “cluster” that uses resources from a centralized pool. This means that even if one server fails, another kicks in to keep everything running. […]


What makes the best WordPress hosting?

At first glance, it may seem easy to choose the best. Although, in reality, it’s quite a frustrating process when you don’t have pointers that could help you decide what is the best choice for you. So, let’s get straight into it. The first thing to check is if the host, which you’re considering to […]


What Is a SSL Certificate, and Why You Need One

As a website owner you’ve probably heard the words “SSL certificate” getting thrown around a lot. When you’re first getting your website built all of this technical jargon can seem like you’re trying to learn another language. However, if you plan on having your customers input their private information online, then you need to utilize […]

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 […]


13 Impressive WordPress Stats Worth Bookmarking for Clients

WordPress powers one in every four websites you visit online. Huge, right? It’s safe to say WordPress is no longer just a blogging tool – it’s by far the most popular content management system online and we’ve got the numbers to back it up. If you’ve ever had trouble convincing clients WordPress isn’t just for […]


What is Responsive Web Design?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Responsive_web_design) Responsive web design (RWD) is an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones). A site designed with […]