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Why do hackers hack? Five ways they’re gonna attack your business website

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Arghhhhhhh. After the 3rd customer website infected this year with a virus / hack, I’m seriously thinking of making our security service (http://security.stephdokin.com) mandatory as part of our bundled monthly offering for businesses. Yes, it costs a bit more every month … not unlike insurance. But, the downside risk is […]

18 Things You Don’t Want To Hear About B2B Marketing

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Most of our clients are B2B (Business-to-Business) companies. We find there are lots of online marketing truths and half-truths that make executives scratch their head and say “Hmmmm … ” The business of marketing in B2B industries has changed significantly in the past few years. You don’t really sell to a […]

Pagespeeds Insights is a Bunch of #Horseshit

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First of all, let’s get this out of the way. We’re Google fan-boys and girls here at Stephdokin. Google does amazing things with data. But when data stinks, you have to call it what it is. According to Google, PageSpeed Insights is a “tool that helps developers optimize their web pages by […]

The 2015 Global Petroleum Show Ushers in New Era of Oil and Gas Pie

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We are all aware of what is going on in the oil and gas industry and how it is has the ability to affect almost every aspect of our day-to-day lives. Through every struggle we find opportunity. As the Calgary Herald reported last week: The theme of next week’s Global Petroleum Show […]

Hackety Hack, You CAN Fight Back

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File this blog post under “I’m sorry the internet is complicated.” High profile hacks have been all over the news lately. From “Chinese breach data of 4 million U.S. federal workers (Forbes)” to “What caused Sony hack: What we know now (CNN Money)” to “The Top 5 Most Brutal Cyber Attacks […]

4 Steps to Avoid Google Mobile Search “Mobilegeddon”

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Google’s new Mobile focused Algorithm was released on April 21st 2015. Oh Sh#*! The date has already come and gone, is it too late for you? The term “Mobilegeddon” has been coined by the industry and it’s intended meaning is that if your website is not 100% mobile-friendly, the Google search engine […]

If It’s Not Mobile, It’s Crrrrap!

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As Mike Myer’s multiple scottish characters have said at least once, “If it’s not Scottish, it’s crap!” This hilarious “All Things Scottish” video with Mike and Kyle Maclachlan on Saturday Night Live sums it all up. “Aaachh, that’s just grreaaaaht,” I say. “Not unlihke Google’s love affairrrr with moahbil.” As quick […]

Has Google’s Panda Kicked Your Organic SEO Ass?

In a kind of reverse SEO optimization alternate-reality that continuously shifts with hazy patterns, Google’s Panda update has significantly affected many companies PageRank either by bumping them down off the coveted page 1 and 2 of Google SEO search results for their most sacred keywords or by increasing their Google search […]

Getting Started with your Digital Brand

Establishing how you “appear online” and quantifying it for business management purposes is the first step of a journey in web excellence. The Digital Brand Audit creates a starting “Point A” framework that gives all stakeholders common ground for discussion and decisions as to what “Point B” is for your online […]

Get 25% off introductory offer Calgary OnAPage Web and Social Skills Workshop(s)

OnAPage is focused on un-complicating and demystifying technology with go-to-market education that can fit “on a page.”  I couldn’t be happier to announce OnAPage in Calgary with my pals Cale White and Paula Blackmore-White, my co-founders of our educational workshop company. Different from traditional seminars where the lecture is long forgotten […]