According to an email sent out by GoDaddy, the American Internet domain registrar and web hosting company will be removing Public Whois information. The email in question had the following subject line: “On May 18, 2020 we are retiring Privacy for Backorders.”
Migrating your website from one host to another can be a daunting task. And when your website gets bigger, it can become an even more complicated task. If your website is the way you make money, you must do it as quickly and seamlessly as possible to avoid losing money or customers.
HubSpot, a Boston-based developer, and marketer of software products for inbound marketing, announced a new CMS (content management system) called CMS Hub. The purpose of the CMS is to make it easier for marketers to add and update content.
In the wake of the devastating coronavirus pandemic, many small businesses have had to move their in-person operations online, and quickly. To assist those affected, Mailchimp—an online marketing automation platform and email marketing service—is providing free domain registration for five years to any business utilizing their site-building tool.
One of the biggest security problems that website owners tend to have is caused by not updating the themes and plugins on their site. By avoiding this simple action, it can leave your site vulnerable to attack because hackers will continue to exploit the security flaws until the developers patch up any problems and send out an update. But, if you don’t update, your site remains open to attacks.