An important skill for leaders and business owners to learn what items you can do best vs. what items it makes sense to pass off to someone else.  One trick I learned from a successful CEO, if someone can do something 75% of the time as good as you, then you should hire them and…

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Every month, we send our clients a list of the proactive work we’ve done for their website. On that list, you’ll probably see some plugin updates and maybe not quite understand what they mean or if they’re really that important to document. Well, let’s talk a little more about that.  First of all, a plugin…

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When purchasing a domain, clients often get asked at checkout if they would like to purchase “domain protection” (or some variant thereof) as an extra. What does it mean by that? By default, your email address is publicly listed with the domain you own. Having your email visible can lead to some additional spams and…

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Getting started is difficult for many reasons, but it often comes down to the fact that we generally hate and fear of changes. Whether it is fear of failure, fear of disapproval from your peers/superiors, or just fear of looking silly, the root is the fear of things changing from the current state. What you…

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“77% consumers believe that a website makes a business appear more credible,” as a survey result conducted by Verisign. So we can tell how hugely valuable it is to have a website for your business or personal brand. Site Savvy understands that it can be tough to get started sometimes. It is the reason why…

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As a manager, you have an important role in trying to keep your employees motivated at work. Sometimes, there’re not many things a manager can do in terms of changing compensation or providing promotions. However, there are ways for you to boost your team’s morale. I would like to share with you (3) three successful…

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