Category Archives: Computers & Internet

Solving your printer problems

Printers: Can’t live with them, can’t nuke them. You could always toss a misbehaving inkjet or laser out the window, but where would that leave you? Truth be told, we need our printers, despite their maddening quirks. Here’s a saner idea: Take a deep breath, channel your inner tech support rep, and repair that which has failed you. (Cue sitar.)

We’ve listed the 10 biggest printer annoyances — of course, your Top 10 list may vary — and ways to fix them.

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Seo: Consultants or DIY

SEO, or “search engine optimisation” we’ve all heard of it, some of us have attempted it but one thing that runs true is how to do it properly or will a seo consultant do it better or ethically?

Some people can study up on SEO on their own and do a pretty good job without any extra help. It often depends on how much time you have to devote to this. Others find that hiring a writer with SEO experience can help them get the right search engine keywords working for their site, and can also place articles online that drive traffic to the site as well. Do it on your own, or hire some help. Either way, done correctly, SEO can make your site more visible than ever, leaving you wondering why you didn’t do it sooner. Continue reading

Using WordPress for web design

The first thing that springs to mind when you hear “WordPress” is Blogs, however the development of the WordPress platform has dramatically changed the landscape of the free open-source software.

The WordPress community has built up a whole industry around the platform delivering everything you can imagine to produce a technically amazing fully blown dynamic website that will compete with the best sites out there. Continue reading

Cyber Security for your Small Business

cyber securityYou hear a lot about cyber crimes and cyber attacks these days. As a small business owner, you live life just one attack away from complete disaster. How do you make sure that no one targets you?

Well, you do the same thing you do when you want to hide from muggers in a dangerous neighbourhood – you keep a low profile. Continue reading