So the cloud allows you to be able to work from anywhere, anyplace on any device. So it’s everything is brought in a secure environment and it should be secured in multiple environments, not just one.
A good website with your details on it helps to build trust
But it was the biggest lesson that I learned. And that was to keep testing contact forms or any forms on the website and to have other ways for people to contact you.
I’ve heard a lot of internet marketers saying, you know, you just need a landing page and run your business. Now, people want to know who you are. They want to know that they can trust you. And the best way they get can get to know you, like you and trust you is if you have a website that addresses their concerns and their problems.
What Is The Cloud?
Certainly in the move to online and the there’s various ways of the new economy moving forward and what have you. But one of the things is that you do help businesses in the cloud, and in the cloud is still fairly well, I would say, unknown for people, but people don’t understand it enough
So it’s that whole concept of work anytime, anywhere, right? The cloud has allowed for us to get the data that you needed in the right place at the right time. And that could be effectively you in front of your machine at home in Lane cove, as you said, or you could have previously been in an office.
In this final episode with Paul we look at the fast and furious issue of website speed. how important is it and should i improve it?
We continue with Paul and chat about the importance of website maintenance. An important area that frequently gets forgotten once your website goes live.
Paul Batagglia from Digital Junction takes us through some website security tips and and strategies