Posted January 05, 2018 | By Lydia Chiu, Partner | Filed under: SEO
For years, SSL has been a ranking-factor for the Google algorithm. In July, they will take it one step further by showing sites as "non-secure" if they are not being served on SSL. Why does this matter to me?
Posted August 25, 2015 | By Lee Pooler, Partner | Filed under: Announcements
As a CloudFlare Optimized Partner, we are thrilled to offer the CloudFlare Railgun™ technology to all our customers on a CloudFlare Pro plan ($20/month) or higher. You would normally have to spend $200 a month or more and setup our own Railgun Listener server if purchased directly from CloudFlare.
Cost savings is just one of the many advantages of using Railgun with Jub Jub. Read on for the technical nitty-gritty and details on how to enable it for your site.
Posted May 04, 2014 | By Lee Pooler, Partner | Filed under: Announcements
Jub Jub is pleased to announce a new partnership with CloudFlare, a content delivery network that improves the speed and security of your website. As CloudFlare Certified Partner, we're able to load your site twice as fast and protect it from a range of online threats.
Learn how to sign up for Free!
Posted November 18, 2013 | By Kenneth King, Creative Director | Filed under: SEO
Tired of the constant harassment from SEO vendors guaranteeing you a #1 spot on the first page of Google?
To learn more or to get started on your own SEO Campaign-call or contact us at [email protected] ATTENTION: SEO Help.
Purchase one of our Online Marketing Packages** before Dec. 31st and we’ll include a free iPad mini as a thank you gift.
Posted November 15, 2013 | By Lydia Chiu, Partner | Filed under: SEO
You’ve spent a lot of time and money getting a website launched, but unfortunately unlike baseball fields, if you build it, they won’t necessarily come. What do you need to do to get better results? Let's take a look.
For any size business, your website can be one of your most valuable assets and great marketing tools. You need to nurture your website and analyze user data so that you can make an informed decision on how to best serve your customers.
Posted July 24, 2013 | By Kenneth King, Creative Director | Filed under: Tips & Tricks
Email marketing does not only have to be about pushing readers to a call to action (although it is very effective at that). Email marketing is also useful in keeping your brand in your customer's mind so that when they do need your services, they will think of you and not your competitors.
Yelp is an online rating and review service that helps people connect with great local businesses. A number of good reviews on Yelp will encourage potential customers to contact you directly, and can also help significantly with Google search results as well.
“It’s word of mouth – amplified!”
Posted June 25, 2013 | By Hilary Smith, Customer Support Manager | Filed under: Announcements
We are pleased to announce that we are planning our second annual Client Appreciation Happy Hour. We'd like to say thank you to our clients who have made our success possible and allow us to keep doing what we love. Save the date for Thursday, August 8 at 4-8pm at Wine Lab @ theCAMP. If you're local or happen to be in town, come join us for some wine, nibbles, and tech talk!
Posted May 15, 2013 | By Lydia Chiu, Partner | Filed under: Announcements
We are very excited to introduce our new Creative Director, Kenneth King. We feel lucky to have him as part of our team. He's leading some new initiatives for us, so you may be talking to him very soon and he's looking forward to meeting you all.
Responsive web design is no longer just a catchphrase, it's here. Analytics show that more and more people, especially the people you probably want to target, are accessing the web via a mobile device.
We're here to help.
Posted May 15, 2013 | By Hilary Smith, Customer Support Manager | Filed under: Announcements
Do you have a quick question? A request? A change? Wondering what your email settings are for your new smartphone?
Don't forget we have a support portal!
Posted October 24, 2012 | By Hilary Smith, Customer Support Manager | Filed under: Tips & Tricks
Why would anybody not want IMAP? It's convenient. You can access your email on every device you own. It gets backed up on the remote server, so that if your local computer should die, miraculously, your email will "reappear" when you get a new computer.
But, what happens when the internet goes down? What if you have a brand new computer, phone, tablet, but it can't connect to the internet. How can you search for that email you've got to respond to....when you can't get to the remote server hosting your IMAP email.
If your email is set up as POP3, you can.
Posted August 07, 2012 | By Hilary Smith, Customer Support Manager | Filed under: Tips & Tricks
Nobody wants to think about mortality or death and dying, and nobody wants to think about the possibility that their computer may not boot one day. But like mortality, you will probably experience the death of a harddrive sooner or later. Best to have a back up plan in place when this does happen.
Posted April 12, 2012 | By Hilary Smith, Customer Support Manager | Filed under: Tips & Tricks
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