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Why Installing Too Many Plugins Can Hurt Your SEO Rankings

WordPress plugins can be amazing. They help developers, designers and business owners alike by saving time and money. High-quality plugins like Yoast SEO, All-in-one SEO Pack, Contact Form 7, or Advanced Custom Fields can turn a simple website into a powerhouse. On the other hand, having too many plugins will undoubtedly wear your site down, […]

April 21, 2017 Web Marketing Nick Latreille no Comments
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WordPress Website Maintenance in Ottawa

Since WordPress powers almost 30% of the entire web, keeping it safe, secure and up-to-date should always be top-of-mind, since it makes the open-source platform a popular target for all sorts of pesky trouble-makers. The best way to protect yourself, your business and your product is to regularly maintain your website, like you would a […]

April 7, 2017 Website Maintenance Nick Latreille no Comments
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Web Design on a Budget: What Are the Must-Haves for My WordPress Site?

Your website is your company’s gateway to the world, and is most likely one of the, if not THE most important marketing asset for your business. When a potential client lands on your site, it will have a significant impact on how that person views your business. Whether that’s a great first impression or a […]

March 31, 2017 Web Design Nick Latreille no Comments
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How Much Does a Website Cost in 2017?

There are tons of people out there who will try to convince you they can build a cheap website – uncles, cousins, friends, overseas companies, shady SEO businesses – but how much does it cost to build a real website? By “a real website” I mean, not just a poorly-coded template brochure site. I mean […]

March 31, 2017 Web Design Nick Latreille no Comments
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Artificial Affairs

A tall, lanky man with a strawberry-blonde fade cut and a salt-and-pepper beard entered the room to find a stool, where he sat. Across from him, beyond an impenetrable glass wall, stood a shadowy figure, half-hidden in the darkness. The room was badly lit, and narrow. The walls were white, translucent, as if neon light […]

January 30, 2016 Short Stories Nick Latreille no Comments
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