As you website becomes more popular you become more prone to website hacks and viruses.
Unfortunately this happened to our website last week. We were attacked by a particularly nasty website virus.
Due to our stringent backup policy both on server and off server, we were able to remove the virus and have our website back up and running with extra security installed.
Remember to ensure your website is properly backed up either by you or your website provider. We offer this to all our new websites giving you peace of mind no matter how popular your website is becoming.
Contact us to see how we can ensure your website is secure as possible.
We have assisted in creating a new website for an online gaming company.
This company has an online game that runs on their own servers, but required a basic website for their users, which would enable them to see the number of users connected, together with the “court room” that they were using.
We were able to connect to their game server in real time and display this information on their website.
If you require a specialised website that can access your on-line database, then contact us to see how we can help.
When we are designing a new website our most asked question is:
Can you get our new site on page 1 of Google and how long will it take?
Our answer to this question is obviously, “It depends,” because there are just too many variables to consider: website strength, competition, budget etc.
But in answer to how long it will take, we looked at a report made by Ahrefs.
This report took a number of factors into consideration:
How old are the top-ranking pages?
From their report the average Top 10 ranking page is 2+ years old and those that rank at position #1 are almost 3 years old (on average). In fact, only 22% of pages that currently rank in the Top 10 were created within 1 year.
How long does it take for a page to rank in Google?
Only 5.7% of all studied pages ranked in the Top 10 search results within 1 year for at least 1 keyword.
Clearly, you can rank for low-volume keywords in a very short time, while the high-volume ones take almost a year to get into the Top 10.
But again, don’t forget that this data only applies to 5.7% of “lucky” pages that ranked in the Top 10 within a year. The vast majority of pages don’t perform that well.
What does this all mean?
Did the study give a definite answer to “how long does it take to rank” question?
But at least it’s shown that almost 95% of newly published pages don’t get to the Top 10 within a year.
And most of the “lucky” ones, which do manage to get there, do it in about 2–6 months.
We at mOrsoft will endeavour to get your new website as high as possible on Google search using all our skills gained using SEO.
Call us today or contact us to reach all your potential new customers through your new website.
uniCenta oPOS has been around since 2010 and today is renowned for being a best in class, feature rich proven POS. Used by thousands worldwide – by end of August 2015 downloads passed through the half million mark – it helps many kinds of businesses save money and run more effectively.
We have been asked by an existing customer of ours to build a website interface into the database of their epos till.
This is to provide custom sales reports, stock reports and cost analysis. We are pleased to announce that we have successfully implemented this.
If you require bespoke reports from your uniCenta oPos till which is based on mySQL, then please contact us to see how we can help.
Our website has now been up and running for a whole year! We have seen many positive comments and have had lots of feedback and leads for website development. We would like to thank all our existing clients and past customers for the support that you have given us.
We hope next year will be as positive as this year has been, thank you.
Wix, the popular low cost web site builder tool, seems to be having issues with their web sites being indexed in Google. It seems like many web sites powered by Wix have recently been dropping out of the Google index.
There are dozens of threads in the Google Webmaster Help forums talking about this. Some date back as far as two weeks ago.
Google’s John Mueller mentioned about it this morning (14th Oct) saying Google has investigated the issue and they are working on resolving it on the Google end.
If you require a website that you can control and see it rise on Google websearch then contact us today and we will see what we can do.
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