New Website requirements during Coronavirus Pandemic

Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has approved new requirements for South African ISPs and website owners as part of the government’s plan to fight the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus. In a government gazette [PDF Link] dated 26 March 2020, the Department of Communications detailed interventions around the “dissemination of information” in the country. The purpose of the new […]

August 2019 Facebook Promotion Rules

Current rules for running Facebook Competitions on Pages, Groups and Events: Communicating a promotion If you use Facebook to communicate or administer a promotion (e.g. a contest or sweepstakes), you are responsible for the lawful operation of that promotion, including: the official rules; offer terms and eligibility requirements (e.g. age and residency restrictions); and Compliance […]

5 Things you should know before building your own Website

I’ll be honest, I am not a fan of DIY, “drag and drop” website builders (no names mentioned for the safety of this post) for various reasons, a few of which I will share below; but if you wish to use them, make sure you are educated and go in with “your eyes wide open”. […]

Upcoming WordPress Training Courses

Interested in learning more about the new Gutenberg Editor? If you recently updated your WordPress platform, you may have been confronted with the new Gutenburg editor. For years the WordPress editor has not changed too drastically and has always been quite user-friendly, but I want to show you why you should fall in love with […]

Penalties for Pop Ups on Mobile Devices

Since January 2018, your website could have been negatively affected by the “Mobile Intrusive Interstitials Penalty” rolled out by Google without you even knowing about it. What does that mean? Let me break it down for you… What does the MIIP mean for my Business Website? Google’s mobile interstitial penalty specifically targets intrusive interstitials. Note […]