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The Equifax Breach: Why We Need to Better Protect Ourselves

Oftentimes, we take for granted our cybersecurity, so much so that we continue our digital routine without fear of consequence. The problem is, however, the more lax we get the more scammers are atuned to our follies. One might ask what this has to do with the Equifax breach. It has a lot to do [...]

October 13th, 2017|Cyber Security, Internet security|

Digital Analytics: Deciphering What’s Important and What’s Not

If you asked 100 digital marketers the question of which metric is most important for your business to focus on, you'll get 100 different answers. As digital marketing experts adapt to the next generation of consumers, while paying attention to the current batch, there is an internal and external struggle that exists. The marketing landscape [...]

October 11th, 2017|Internet marketing, Search engine optimization|

5 Ways to Safeguard your Identity Online

Your identity online is every bit as important as it in the physical world. Because of that, there are safeguarding measures that you should follow to ensure your identity is safe and secure. Today, scammers don’t care who you are – they just want your identity and your money. Beyond that, they are some of the hardest people to catch and track. There are several scams that span cyberspace and our the physical world too. […]

September 10th, 2017|Cyber Security, Internet scam, Internet security, Web Security|

How to Protect Yourself from the Google Docs Scam

A new relentless scam is flooding the Internet, this time taking the form of a Google doc. Many of us have received an invitation to collaborate on a work or to share documents with, but this new scam is anything but a collaboration. It is an elaborate phishing scam that is aimed at getting your passwords, social security numbers or any other personally identifying information. There is a good possibility that the person sending you a Google doc or sheets invite knows how the system works. One of the safest safeguards you can implement is to ask the person who sent the invite (assuming you know them in some way).  Chances are if you are not at work or part of an organization that requires you to share information and documentation, then it is probably a scam. […]

May 31st, 2017|Cyber Security, Internet scam, Web Security|

Why using a Web Designer with Experience Matters

When choosing a web designer, you want to make sure you have a designer that has experience. That experience matters immensely moving forward for your web design because programming changes, software changes, and most importantly, the mindset of the public changes. Experience matters when looking for a web designer because that experience turns your website and business into a new class with updated designs and updated information. Here are three reasons you should trust a web designer with experience. […]

March 10th, 2017|OklahomaWebDesign.com, Web Design, Website redesign|

Website text is a crucial component to effective SEO

Your website text is crucial to any search engine optimization campaign moving forward. Text (both quality and quantity) help establish your footing with SEO moving forward. Whether you have 3 web pages or 300, text on your site is one of the determining factors of how your site competes with your competition. It should never be neglected; rather it should be a focal point. […]

Why choosing a local company should be on your checklist when choosing a design firm

Making the decision to choose a web designer is an especially important one. It should take careful thought into who you want to choose because they are holding a piece of your business into their hands. You want to work with someone that can help you with your vision for your website and take you into the future of the Internet – and your business. When making your checklist to find a design firm, ensuring they are local should be on it. There are advantages that are more apparent than it would appear. Choosing a local company is preferable and can net you several benefits now and in the future. […]

February 16th, 2017|OklahomaWebDesign.com, Web Design, Weblog|

New Year for Business: Restart Your Business Goals

The New Year is here, and you might have an existing business or you might have a new business idea in mind. Whichever category you fall into, it is always good to re-establish your goals for the year to get your business off to a great start. Goals are great to have, but every business, whether old or new, should make it a priority to set new goals on a consistent basis, whether yearly, or more often. Below are three business goals that can help your business for 2017. […]

Christmas Time is Here…And so are the Scams

Christmas time is supposed to be a time for festive gatherings, reunions, fellowship and more. The problem is this is a time of year many scammers will be out in full force. This year, they are using Facebook to work their way through the system. Undoubtedly, if you have been on Facebook recently, you have seen pages pop up to do gift exchanges. Sounds fun, right? Problem is these are effectively pyramid schemes. […]

December 22nd, 2016|Cyber Security, Internet scam, Post-Tax season scams, Web Security|

Are you being targeted for a cybercrime?

Undoubtedly, you have heard about the recent Yahoo security breach. Yahoo estimates that 500 million accounts were stolen, “in what may be the largest cybersecurity breach ever.” (CNN Money) The information stolen include email addresses, phone numbers, passwords and unencrypted security questions and answers. There is a measure of comfort in that financial data and information linked to bank accounts were not breached. That fact, however, still does not diminish that the breaches are still happening worldwide through a wide array of cybercrimes and scams. There is an important lesson to learn, it is important for everyone to be vigilant in reviewing all accounts, whether they are banking accounts, social media or email accounts. It is especially important to change passwords and security questions often. It can sometimes become a daunting task to keep passwords updated frequently, but the small investment of time can pay off in the future. […]