How Website Speed Can Impact Your Business

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Did you know that 47% of website users expect web pages to load in less than 2 seconds? Generally speaking, anywhere from two to four seconds is considered an ideal page load time for a business website—any slower than that, and you start losing traffic (and therefore customers). For this and many other reasons, website speed can have a big … Read More

What’s the Difference Between Managed and Unmanaged Hosting?

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If you run a business, finding solid hosting for your website is crucial. Your site isn’t just an online brochure for your company—it’s one of the main ways potential clients are able to find and engage with you. That means it’s vital to ensure your website runs optimally with little to no downtime. Good hosting supports your website in the … Read More

Thelen Cabinet Co. – New Website Design

We are thrilled to announce the launch of a new website design we developed for our client, Thelen Cabinet Co. This was a website I was particularly excited about working on because the nature of the work they do is so visual. We knew right away that we wanted wanted to display great big photos of the beautiful cabinetry they build and … Read More

New Website Design for Appro Development in Lakeville, Minnesota

We are thrilled to announce that we have just launched the new website for Appro Development and Cerron Properties in Lakeville, Minnesota. This is a project we’ve been talking about doing with these clients for some time and finally got to start working on earlier this year. This website features a responsive design that works great in any browser. Almost … Read More

How to Restore a Website from the Wayback Machine – Step-by-Step Guide

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Sometimes life happens. Where once there was a website, all you have now is an error page. Your hosting has expired, there are no backups, and you are panicking. So how can you recover your old website? The Wayback Machine! For those of you who don’t know: the Wayback Machine (also know as the Internet Archive) is a digital archive … Read More

New Website Design for The Anderson Center in Red Wing, MN

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We are excited to announce the launch of our new website design for The Anderson Center. We’ve been working with The Anderson Center for a while now and are very pleased to be able to show off their brand new website with the world. We think the new website suits them quite well, and also is a massive upgrade from … Read More

Autodiscover.xml Error Office 365 Solution – cPanel

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I ran into a very strange error the other day with one of my clients. You see, they had an external provider for their Microsoft Office 365 email hosting, and they were trying to take advantage of the “Autodiscover” functionality to automatically get their Outlook 2016 configured. Now, I’m not expert in email configuration or Office 365. I’ve helped clients … Read More

Best & Easiest ROI During the Pandemic?

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So you’re stuck at home wondering how you can increase sales and grow your small business. Your options are limited and there are only so many things you can do with your limited budget. That begs the question: what investment would give you the best and easiest ROI right from your home? I believe the answer is, without a doubt: … Read More

Where to Sell a Website Hosting Business – We’re Buying!

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So you’re looking to sell your website hosting business, and you want to make sure your clients are taken care of. You want the transition to be quick and painless, and you want to make sure you trust who you’re selling to. I’ve got good news: you found us! We’re interested in speaking to small business owners that provide website … Read More

Checklist of Ways WordPress Redirects to HTTPS + How to Force HTTP

This post might seem a little backwards but there is way less information for this topic than the other way around! I am regularly faced with the need to force http rather than the other way around. Disabling SSL and its inherent encryption is generally not something you want to do in ideal circumstances, but I suspect nobody is here under ideal … Read More