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WordPress Hack Removal & Clean out: A Case Study 1

WordPress Hack Removal & Clean out: A Case Study

A client recently came to me with an issue: one of her friends had a hacked WordPress site, and GoDaddy (their hosting provider) had restored the files, but the site still wasn’t working. Unfortunately this example is far too common — what many people forget is that hosting companies maintain their servers, not your website. Which means they can do a restore, but after that you are on your own.

Summer 2018 Website Changes

The summer of 2018 is shaping up to have a lot of changes that impact website owners. In short order they are: European Union’s new GDPR privacy policy which affects everyone worldwide Chrome’s July release which will flag any site not using an SSL as “not secure” Google’s July rollout of speed as an increased ranking factor Google’s mobile-first indexing and preference for mobile-friendly pages