How to move WordPress manually in 12 steps

I wrote a long post on this topic over at my personal site, WilliamKowalski.com. There are other ways to move WP sites that may be easier, but I figured it would be helpful to have an easily readable reference to the old-fashioned way just in case. Click here to read...
Non-HTTPS sites will soon give warnings in Chrome

Non-HTTPS sites will soon give warnings in Chrome

Over on the always-interesting Wordfence blog, Mark Maunders is helpfully reminding us that any websites not using SSL encryption are going to be throwing off scary warnings in Google Chrome by the end of January. If you don’t know what SSL is, it’s the...
Why Good Writing Matters to Google

Why Good Writing Matters to Google

Why is good writing so important for a site’s Google ranking? There are a couple of reasons. First, Google is able to tell when a blog post has done a thorough job of covering a topic, and when it has glossed over it. (Just how they do this is a closely-guarded...

My Writing Network: Free Sites for All Writers

My Writing Network is the latest creative project by William Kowalski and Mahone Bay Web Design. It’s a platform that offers free websites to all writers. That means anyone with even a passing interest in writing, as well as more established writers. All are...
The Care and Feeding of your Website

The Care and Feeding of your Website

Pictured: Marketing, old school. Photo by Flickr user Camille King. Used under Creative Commons license 2.0. Most small business owners are aware that they need a website to reach the public. But many don’t fully understand how to properly use and maintain a...
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