Keeping it Simple … Unsolicited SEO Help

Customers are always forwarding emails to me from companies who are claiming that they are contacting them in their best interest as they have done an SEO audit on their website, and can see that their website isn’t performing as […]

Keeping It Simple … WordPress Plugins

When possible, I like to review WordPress plugins that I have used and found reliable and helpful. You can go directly to my reviews on the website at:

Top 5 WordPress Security Vulnerabilities (shared)

iThemes Security (originally WP Better Security) is a great plugin that I frequently use to help monitor, secure and protect customers’ websites. (My other favourite is the WPMU plugin, Defender.) iThemes also provides you with the opportunity to keep up […]

Self-Employed Women Undercharge Their Value

Freshbooks released a new report today (which takes their data from the United States) and discovered a startling wage gap between women and men in the self-employed sector. I expected women would be on an equal playing field with men […]


Did you ever wonder “How did someone get into my account?” after a website or email hack? Sometimes it’s a piece of software exploiting the site or application, but other times it is simply your password is extremely easy to […]

Self-Employment Report (USA 2018)

Freshbooks have just released the Second Annual Self-Employment Report and it is evident that, in the USA at least, the world is changing towards self-employed service and product providers. They estimate that 27 million people moved from traditional employment into […]

Did You Ever Get This WordPress Warning?

“Warning: http_build_query(): Parameter 1 expected to be Array or Object. Incorrect value given in /home/volunte4/public_html/wp-includes/Requests/Transport/cURL.php on line 508” I found this error occurring within the Events plugin All-in-One Event Calendar by after I had moved a website from the […]