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It was recently brought to our attention that our hosting platform of choice, the hugely popular and widely used GoDaddy, had become outdated in terms of technology, pricing, and often support. This actually started to occur several years ago.
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My good friend, Tara, over at Your Own Virtual Assistant was working for a client recently and was tasked with changing the file base name on a large number of files. They were image files, and there were hundreds of
When I saw their motto, "Ask Awesomely", I had to dig deeper and learn more about Typeforms. From surveys and polls to questionnaires, quizzes, and even taking payments, Typeforms is an innovative, FUN tool for gathering all sorts of information.
My first experience with a CRM involved a franchise that I had bought into (huge mistake) insisting that the Less Annoying CRM was the absolute best and most affordable tool of its kind (do I hear kickbacks?). Not only
With the release of Chrome 68 in July '18, Google announced that Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as ‘not secure’ and will clearly display this message in the URL bar. What does this mean and how does it affect you, your website,