You may have noticed some business pages on Facebook are showing a small ‘tick’ next to their name. Find out more about this feature and how to do it yourself.
Being in business keeps you busy so when your website goes down or your emails stop or worst still your site gets hacked – it’s the last thing you need to add to the pile of things to do. Generally this type of thing can be fixed with a quick call to your website provider or web hosting but what happens if they go out of business?
Why Should I Be Concerned About My Site Being Hacked?
The internet moves quickly these days. Technologies change and updates are a plenty so letting your website’s ‘content management system’ (CMS) become out of date puts your website at risk of malicious activity. Having your site hacked:
- Can be expensive and time consuming to fix.
- Looks unprofessional to customers and potential clients.
- Put’s website visitors at risk (depending on the type of hack).
- Can affect your site’s ranking in search engines (undoing expensive SEO efforts you’ve invested in).
Help Is Here
With the help of a reputable web agency your site will be back up and the trail of emails flowing again. It shouldn’t be a nightmare and e-CBD can make the transition as smooth as possible. We always pick up the phone and our support is our quiet strong suit (we should probably blow the trumpet a little bit more on that one).
Is Your Site or Emails Down?
If you find yourself in the predicament above give us a call (07) 55313810. If you want to know more about e-CBD and our long history helping businesses and individuals with their web needs you can take a look here:
We’ve had another great year at e-CBD and we’re proud to say we’ve been doing some fantastic work for our clients. In fact, we have been so busy that we have somewhat neglected the blog in 2015 (though don’t worry, this will pick right back up again next year 😉 ).
For the third year in a row, e-CBD has proudly sponsored the Patchewollock Music Festival. Patchewollock, Victoria is a town 1753km from the Southport office in the north-west of Victoria. Marilyn and Susannah donned their flannies and sent red dust flying as they kicked up their boots to great tunes.
One of the highlights was the e-CBD Sheep Race which was won by Meg’s Dream who went on to win ‘The Race That Slows The Nation’ – The Patchewollock Cup. Thank you to the Committee – we can’t wait to see you next year!
At e-CBD we’re pretty big fans of email marketing. It’s an incredibly cost effective marketing tool with a high conversion rate. Yet it’s rather pointless without a decent email database.
In this three part blog series we will look at the importance of an email database, ways to build your database, and how best to use it. Continue reading
Many internet users today are turning to video for their news, entertainment and even research, making online video an increasingly important tool for your business.
From desktop to mobile phones, social media and straight web searches, people are viewing promotional videos, commercials, announcements, how-to videos, where-to and what-to videos for all kinds of information. And that’s where you can step in.
Having video content on your site to answer customer queries, present information about your products or even just to entertain can benefit your business in many ways. Continue reading
e-CBD is proud to announce we’ve received yet another Gold Coast Business Excellence Award to add to our growing collection.
Google has been warning website owners about the importance of having mobile-friendly websites for some time. Now they’ve confirmed a change will take place on the 21st April 2015 which will favour mobile-friendly websites in Google’s mobile search results.
In a recent post on their Webmaster Central Blog, Google officially announced that the next major update to its search ranking algorithm will directly affect non-mobile friendly websites:
“Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal… Consequently, users will find it easier to get relevant, high quality search results that are optimised for their devices,” Google said. Continue reading
The holidays are slowly creeping up yet again and it’s about this time of year many business owners start to worry about what could go wrong over the Christmas break. The good news is you can still keep abreast of everything while you’re out of the office.
So long as you’re hosted with Ilisys you’ll be able to use webmail to view all your email accounts. Your webmail password is the same as the one you use in Outlook (or your iPhone, Blackberry, Galaxy, iPad etc.). If you’ve forgotten your password just give us a call before we break up on the 18th of December. Continue reading