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Benefits of Integrating WordPress and Magento

February 19 2019

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Benefits of Integrating WordPress and Magento WordPress is the go to platform and it the most popular choice for bloggers and small businesses.  It allows you, via open source software to create websites and blogs. Magento is the go to platform for everything eCommerce. Again built in open source.  It’s technology provides online merchants with […]

Using Positive Marketing to Reduce Burnout

December 28 2018

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The Problem of Social Media Burnout Many are leaving facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms. Why? For a number of reasons, including privacy concerns and commercialisation, as well as concerns about negative health effects. 34% of “generation z” users, born between the mid 1990s and early 2000s, are leaving social media, with many citing […]

Helping to build small business Britain

December 17 2018

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  Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses UK has released the latest impact report on Building Small Businesses Britain. The new report finds that the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses UK participants are consistently doubling revenues.   They have created over 50% more jobs within two years of graduating, following the behavioural and strategic changes they implement […]

Black Friday and Cyber Monday

November 23 2018

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Black Friday is here. It’s a holiday that many people associate with large crowds of people stampeding shops and snatching up discounted goods, hopefully with minimal disruption. But the days of Black Friday causing excitement at shops on the high street might be coming to an end, judging by the trend of more people to […]

Pennies Autumn Celebration 2018

November 12 2018

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Pennies, the “digital charity box”, is a compelling modern charity with an innovative way of introducing philanthropy into everyday transactions. When you pay online with a company that uses Pennies’ services, you’ll get the voluntary option to give a few pennies to a charity. It’s completely up to you whether you do, and makes charitable […]

Why Advertisers are Abandoning Third Party Cookies

November 2 2018

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Last year Apple started blocking third party cookies from Safari, using Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) to block cookies that aren’t first party cookies. But companies like Facebook are fighting back by allowing a first party cookies option for sites using their ad tracker, Facebook Pixel. Google’s also doing this with Google Analytics. What does this […]

Custom database development, Data mining and using data as factual evidence

September 28 2018

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In November 2015 Wirebox were contacted by an international legal firm, a firm with over 1200 lawyers specialising in multiple specific practice areas including Intellectual Property, Banking & Finance and sectors such as Technology and Communications and Retail. The legal firm had been instructed by one of their international clients in the Communications sector in […]

PHP Under Attack: New Code Vulnerability

September 14 2018

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Do you use PHP for web development? If so, you need to be aware of a vulnerability which has been found in the programming language, and could potentially be used by hackers to enable execution of any command on the web server from a remote device. The hack works by surreptitiously deserializing archived files which […]

Squarespace Circle

August 3 2018

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New Deal: Squarespace Circle Circle is a community for people who are serious about Squarespace. It gives those who have built or contributed to 3 or more active Squarespace sites access to exclusive deals and content, extended trial periods, specialised customer care and a peer-to-peer community of experts. Benefits Get 20% off your first year […]

Why You Need HTTPS

July 30 2018

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On July 24th, Chrome’s new version Chrome 68 started marking all HTTP sites as ‘not secure’. This is because such sites are unencrypted, meaning that Transport Layer Security (TLS) or Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is used to make the communication protocol unreadable to any third parties. When you access a website, a third party may […]