In an ongoing effort to keep up with the latest technology to help our customers make the best online presentation possible, we are no longer suggesting static HTML websites to new customers. We will still provide maintenance services to existing customers that have an HTML website, but because our latest Content Management System (CMS) websites are so vastly superior in almost every way, we believe it’s the only way to go forward and onward.
With our new CMS websites, such as those created with the WordPress and Joomla core systems, we are able to offer so many more capabilities – first and foremost the ability for our customers to make their own content edits – as well as dynamic content, better search engine optimization, integration with Social Networks, and better presentation in Smart Phones and other mobile devices.
If you have an old-fashioned HTML website and would like to experience the wonderful new world of easy updates and high-powered features, whether we created the original website or not, please ask for your FREE quote to convert your site to a CMS.
DGM TI came to us for help because their out-dated website caused a poor user experience. Furthermore, it was extremely slow and did little more than display some information in a barely legible manner. After our initial free website evaluation, we discovered it had been created with one of those free services that specializes in “flashy” websites, and it was almost invisible to search engines.
Our new custom website still incorporates some animation to help create a wow factor, but it’s much more optimized for search engines, and it’s easier for the customer to edit photos, text, add classes, etc. without any programming experience.
But the best part is that students hoping to sign up for DGM TI’s classes can now do so right on the website, through our Ecommerce integration!
Sherry’s Wig Salon‘s old website was created using a standard template from her phone company’s website services division. It was just a generic layout that did not convey Sherry’s sense of style. Nor was it optimized for search engines.
After rescuing and transferring the domain away from the phone company and into a real web hosting company, we created a high-impact and high-style Content Managed website that she can now freely edit as needed. This new website also includes keyword optimization to help it rank better in the search engines.
Website Rescue recently wrapped up the complete website rescue of Palletized Trucking’s website. Their previous, out-dated website was controlled by a marketing firm that did not want to cooperate with updates and did not want to hand control over to Palletized Trucking. So with the cooperation of Palletized Trucking’s IT personnel, we created a new site to match Palletized Trucking’s updated presentation and trade show graphics (designed by our Logo Rescue division) then coordinated the transition to a new hosting environment.
What’s even better is that with the Content Management System we implemented, Palletized Trucking will be able to make their own website updates without outside assistance.
We are happy to announce our latest redesign – a brand-new website for Peach’s Neet Feet, an organization that donates custom, hand-painted shoes to children living with disabilities and fighting serious illnesses. Creativity meets Pay It Forward.
Our contribution included RESCUING their design to a more uplifting (dare we say “peachy”?) design, adding an Upcoming Events section, and creating a new, more robust Ecommerce shopping cart and payment processing system.
Please pay them a visit to see what they do and if you can, to offer a little bit of your generosity to some really special little guys and gals.
Website Rescue is proud to announce our newest creation: a customer-editable website for SouthStar Risk Consulting. Using the WordPress administrative system, we were able to construct a high-impact website that the people at SouthStar can easily edit and maintain themselves. It includes a featured content slider on the homepage, optimization for search engines and a dynamic news area and blog.
Todos sabemos sobre la importancia de tener contraseñas fuertes. Pero en semanas recientes, hemos sido contactados por un par de clientes cuyos websites habían sido infiltrados ó infectados por un virus. Pudimos ayudarles a eliminar la amenaza y recuperar sus páginas web, pero fue tiempo y dinero que no tenían que perder, sin mencionar la vergüenza de ver un mensaje de Google advirtiendo a sus clientes potenciales sobre el peligro de visitar sus websites.
Las contraseñas han sido cambiadas para hacer ejemplo, pero digamos que una de ellas era “monoalegre” y la otra era “john123″. Claro era más fácil recordar estas contraseñas, pero si que fue fácil que los piratas las averiguaran.
Hay muchos tips para crear contraseñas fuertes, pero en resumen – use al menos 8 caracteres, una mezcla de mayúsculas y minúsculas, números, y caracteres especiales. Una contraseña basada en frase puede ayudarle a recordar una contraseña larga y complicada.
We all know the importance of having strong passwords for your website. But in recent weeks, we’ve been approached by a couple of customers whose WordPress websites were hacked and/or infected with a virus. We were able to help them eliminate the threat and restore their sites, but it’s time and money the customers didn’t have to lose, not to mention the embarrassment of seeing a Google message warning potential clients about the dangers of visiting these websites.
These passwords have been changed to protect the innocent, but let’s say one of the passwords was “happymonkey” and the other was “john123″. Sure, it’s easier to remember these passwords, but it sure was easy for the hackers to figure them out.
There are many tips for creating strong passwords, but the gist is to use at least 8 characters, with a mix of upper-case, lower-case, numbers and special characters. A passphrase can help you remember a long, complicated password.