Looks like a popular password manager company has been hacked.
For all those who use their service it is recommended that you change your master password and make it strong. Also it would not be a bad idea to contact them for advice.
Read more HERE
Why use WordPress?
One of the most common questions in regards to building a website is: How much will it cost?
There is no simple answer since it depends on your requirements and needs.
It is like building a house… You can buy a Manufactured Home which is pre-built and all you need is furniture/content OR you can build a Custom Built Home where you pick options, materials, layout etc..
We found many articles on the web that explain the cost.
Below are links to a couple articles explaining it in more detail. There you will find average prices are:
Basic Site: $1000 – $2000
Custom Website: $2500 – $7000
Content Management System (CMS): $3000- $8,500
Complex Websites: Could cost $15000 and maybe even $100,000+
Talk to us and we will give you the best quote!
Also, we offer a Full Service Plan which includes your website maintenance and management.
Dedicated, Shared, VPS & Cloud hosting options available.
We offer Website Hosting on a portion of our true DEDICATED state of the art Server at reasonable prices which start at $29* per month.
- Intel(R) Xeon(R) 8 Core CPU E3-1230 V2 @ 3.30GHz
- 16 GB DDR3 Memory
- 1 TB (2 X 500 GB) Hard Drives
- 10 TB Bandwidth
- 5 Dedicated IPs
- Daily, Weekly and Monthly Backups*
- Linux Platform
For our other HOSTING & DOMAIN services CLICK HERE!
Our hourly pricing is simple:
1. Textual content work $75 per hour.
2. Graphic and image work $100 per hour.
3. Programming $150 per hour.
4. SEO work $199 per month. Minimum 1 year contract to achieve your goal with no guarantee. This fee continues on a monthly basis after 1 year if we have achieved your goal.
There are two basic methods of getting your website discovered by search engines. First is a paid listing through Google, Bing, Yahoo etc. Depending on your business this can be a great way to get started early on in development. However, it can become very costly in the long run if your ROI (Return On Investment) is not high enough.
The second way is “Organic Search Engine Optimization.” Depending on the search term or terms you want to be found under it can happen fast or take a long time. Competition is the key. Google has many tools available to determine competition including doing a simple Google search. Most of those reading this will not have time for figuring this all out. Why not run your business and let us do the Organic SEO?
The real question is how long will it take and how much will it cost. Here is the truth that nobody else will tell you. It depends on too many things to give a single answer for every situation. You should avoid emails or even local companies that give you a single price option. Here is why:
A local business must look at the competition. Something like a barber shop in a small town should be easy due to low competition. Therefore, this will cost much less than something like a car company that needs to be found for “used cars” in multiple localities. As you can guess, the ROI is also much higher on used cars than a haircut. Each project would be priced differently.
There are hundreds of examples. Why not contact us to find out what we think your project might cost? In many cases we will charge a very low rate to try. If your website achieves first page Google ranking you will then be expected to pay a higher price for success. I do not know any other company offering success based fees.
We do not accept all clients. If we think what you are striving for is out of your price range or will not give you the proper ROI we will be the first to tell you so.
Do you still want to know more? Please use our Contact page to get in touch with us.
Imagine if I told you that you were losing about 20% of your business and would lose 10% more every year until you lost about 70% of your customers. Would that cause you to act immediately? If you do not have a mobile compliant website then that is the truth. Don’t take my word for it. Go to Google and look up “how many people use mobile devices to surf the web” and tell me what you find.
Among the many articles you will find here is an interesting quote from MobiThinking.com.
2) Many mobile Web users are mobile-only, i.e. they do not, or very rarely use a desktop, laptop or tablet to access the Web. Even in the US 25 percent of mobile Web users are mobile-only.
• Still think you don’t need a mobile site?
There are several ways to create a mobile compliant website. 2 of these ways require you to build a separate website just for mobile devices. Hopefully they will find your mobile site or be patient enough to wait on your regular website to load to their mobile device to see the mobile link. Remember, this generation is NOT known for their patience.
The other way is to contact us. We can build one website that looks as pretty as can be on a regular computer and auto converts to a mobile phone view. Our method saves you from having to build, buy and maintain two different websites. Our system is smart enough to know when a mobile devices is being used to visit your website. Then, without any intervention from the user it converts automatically. Go head, try it on this website. Just open PAontheweb.net on your mobile device and compare it to what you are seeing on your full screen computer.
Our system allows you and us to add any part of our website to your social media of choice. As of this writing Facebook is the most popular. However, we all remember when MySpace was king. Now that MySpace is a nearly extinct system we are waiting on the next big thing. I’m guessing it might be Google Plus. It has lots of features that are simplistic and more privacy features. I’m guessing even the big dog Google might have a hard time convincing people to switch over. The first thing they will need to do is build an easy way to import your friends, images and some of your old posts to Facebook.
In any event, our system currently allows for one click Posting from your website to nearly 100 social media systems! Yes, I said nearly 100. I bet you did not even know there were that many. Don’t feel bad. I did not know that until a year ago. Though some are very unpopular we still include them in the list.
Look for this image at the top and bottom of our posts and pages. Click on it one time and then click the down arrow at the bottom to see all social media sites included.