If you're new to Google Apps for Work and you're wondering how to set up your email account(s), here's a quick rundown of the settings you'll need to configure if you're wanting to use a 3rd party email client like Outlook or Apple Mail. Google Apps Email Settings for IMAP Accounts This is the preferred method for setting up Google Apps email. Before you change the settings in your email client, … [Read more...] about Google Apps Set up for Apple Mail, Outlook, or Other Email Clients
If you've had your email address for a long time, and you've been using the same email program for just as long, then there's a good possibility it was configured in your client (e.g., Mail, Outlook, Thunderbird, etc) as a POP account. If you want to continue using your email client as you have been, without the hassle of trying to reconfigure your account for IMAP, then GMail offers an easy … [Read more...] about Configuring Google Apps Mail for an Existing POP Email Account
Changing your password every so often is a good practice that will help to ensure your account(s) stay safe and secure. Using a password manager for generating and storing secure passwords is a good idea as well. I'm a happy 1Password user, but there are other great solutions available too, such as LastPass and Dashlane. Anyway, without further ado...here's a quick tutorial on how to change … [Read more...] about Changing Your Google Account Password
Recently, I've had a few clients approach me with a question which still appears to be a common SEO myth... Is there any benefit to pointing multiple domain names to my site? I heard this can help improve my site's search rankings. The short answer to this question is: No. Registering multiple domain names and pointing them to your website will not directly improve your site's search engine … [Read more...] about Multiple Domain Names: Good or Bad for SEO?
Your website is like a building – if you choose to start with shoddy materials you will end up with a bad foundation that costs more money in the long term to fix. I have had numerous clients come to me with sites that were rife with bugs, hijacked by spammers, injected with malware, or just flat-out not working. In most situations, I was called in to fix websites that had been created on the … [Read more...] about 5 Tips for Keeping Your WordPress Site Secure