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You may have seen alerts letting you know that "Google has introduced new pricing for displaying maps on your site. If you have moderate traffic levels, this could affect you with surprise and unexpected costs!" What This Means Recently Google Maps announced API...read more
Is the Google map on your website broken? If so, you'll need an API key (and a credit card) to get it working again. Note! Google maps now require a paid account. Find out how to avoid unexpected costs here: Google Maps API Changes and Costs How to set up your...read more
NOTE: This article was written with local small business in mind, not someone selling nationally (for example, because page length requirements for your site are different depending on whether your focus is local or national). Yoast SEO is a great tool to help you...read more
If you’ve been using WordPress, you’re probably used to the standard content editor, which you can use to create posts and pages on your website. It has the default title field and the content box for your text, along with helpful icons that allow you to add...read more
Change is coming very soon, and it's time to get your website ready. The big news is: SSL will no longer be optional. For the past several years, Google Chrome has been working toward a more secure web by advocating that sites adopt HTTPS encryption (instead of the...read more