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Is Your Website Secure with HTTPS & SSL?

Having a secure website is a no-brainer. Making sure your website is secure can be a little complicated. Three things determine a secure website -Authentication, Data Integrity, and Encryption. Google announced that all websites need HTTPS and SSL. What does this mean? Let’s break it down. HTTPS stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure. This ensures secure communications over computer networks. Data is encrypted during the communication process with HTTPS websites, meaning no one can tamper with data proving that your website is not fraudulent. SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. This is […]

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Has Your Business Boarded The Google Ship?

Google is sailing the high seas and businesses need to jump on board. Google + and Google For Business are not preferred social media channels, however, are still relevant for Search Engine Optimization. When you need to find out an answer to a question, the common response is “Google it.” The more your company’s presence is across the world wide web, the higher you will be in search rankings. This is how Google rewards your social media and website efforts. There was some confusion to Google + at first, because […]

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Some people are still confused about Google Plus

MILE Social manages multiple social media platforms for small businesses. After carefully analyzing a business’s needs and goals, MILE composes a proposal. This proposal breaks down the company’s  existing social media presence, then makes suggestions for platforms MILE feels will better  the business, along with the benefits of each. One platform MILE stresses for every small business owner is Google Plus (a.k.a. Google +) page. Many business owners do not have Google+, nor do they understand the importance of having this page.  The reasons are subtle, but powerful. Google+ is authentic. […]

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Are your Infographics informing your audience?

When I was younger I was mesmerized by the glossy advertisements in my fashion magazines. Most adults flipped through them to get to the articles. I did the opposite, examining and piecing the details in the picture until the message jumped out at me. The ad could represent anything; a clothing brand, a car, or even an alcohol brand;  Absolute Vodka ads were a huge inspiration. The visual stimulation always won me over and increased my want and “need” for that product (what twelve year old needs a $5000 pocketbook?). […]

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Using Social Media To Get Free Exposure For Your Brand

Just when you thought you’ve exhausted all methods of making your brand more discoverable by using crafty SEO methods, Google has come into play (no pun intended).  Google has regained access to Twitter’s real-time social network stream.  The two reunite after an expired contract, and they are back with a vengeance. Should social media experts be worried about this marriage?  Fear not, there are many benefactors to this union.   Although the end results will not happen overnight, Twitter users should be familiar with what to expect and start to […]

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