BackUp Creator fixes website disasters with one click?

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Computer glitches and crashes, cyber attacks, data losses, hacking. We hear about them all the time on the news. But what if it happened to you? In the past, for those of you running your websites on WordPress, I've recommended a plugin called Automatic WordPress Backup that will save your files to Amazon's AWS Cloud. But in the event of a data loss, there will still be a considerable amount of time and expense to download the files, re-install WordPress, and import and configure all of the files necessary to get your website back to its original state. Plus the plugin hasn't been updated in over two years and that can create a security risk. If you are using Automatic WordPress Backup, you need to be making new plans. What…
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Do your PowerPoint presentations suck?

Presentations
http://www.slideshare.net/jessedee/you-suck-at-powerpoint Your presentation slides need to enhance your presentation, not overpower it. One of the biggest mistakes we see all the time is trying to present too much information on one slide. If your audience is reading your slide instead of listening to what you are saying, that is a major FAIL! Jesse Desjardins SlideShare, "You Suck At PowerPoint!", presented above, will show you how to get more from your presentations whether you use PowerPoint, Keynote, Impress or online presentation solutions such as Prezi, Emaze or Empressr. One thing to remember is that if your presentations suck, it is not the fault of the software; it is the fault of how the presentation slides were created and the content included. Put your best foot forward. Watch this SlideShare to learn…
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Help Preserve Net Neutrality

Help Preserve Net Neutrality

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I have always been an advocate of Net Neutrality because I understand the potential consequences of placing too much power in the hands of too few. Some out there would take this opportunity to divide the web into "fast lanes" and "slow lanes". This could be devastating for your business and for consumers. Now is the time to act to ensure that the Internet remains a level playing field, not an unlevel paying field. Click here to read and sign Mozilla's petition. From Mozilla (Firefox, Thunderbird, Webmaker): As of now, the Internet preserves our right to access all lawful content and software without interference. In other words, the Web is a level playing field: you can read, watch, play, browse and share on the same terms as everybody else. That…
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New help for your Social Media campaign

New help for your Social Media campaign

Marketing, Social Networking
You all know the importance of a solid Social Media campaign as part of your online marketing strategy. It can increase your brand recognition, send new visitors to your website, generate new email list signups, provide you with leads, and increase your walk-in business. But to gain these benefits, it needs to be done right. You need to make multiple, relevant posts to Facebook and Twitter (plus LinkedIn if your business is B2B). But who has the time to look up relevant feeds, scan the 'net, write posts, etc. every single day? We've got a solution that will help you do just that. Multiple, relevant posts to Facebook and LinkedIn, and tweets to Twitter. Several with photos. You don't have to do a thing and your Social Media campaign will…
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Complete Security Management Plan for WordPress

Complete Security Management Plan for WordPress

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For some time, we have been offering a WordPress backup system designed to help you recover quickly and easily from the type of disasters often seen with websites. But how much better would it be if we could prevent one of the most insidious of those disasters in the first place? The WP Complete Security Management Plan is designed to help protect your WordPress installation from attack by hackers who destroy files, deface websites, or more subtly redirect traffic to your site from search engines and social networks to spam or malware sites controlled by the hackers. I recently had a client whose WordPress site was hacked. It was an attack that didn't deface the website in any visible way. What it did was redirect incoming links to the site…
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