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Website Design | SEO | Digital Marketing | Henderson | Las Vegas, NV and all United States Businesses
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Nevada Website Design is proud to announce the launch of a new website for "Sidro's Armada" - (http://www.sidrosarmada.com). Sidro Garcia, who was inducted into the Las Vegas Rock & Roll Hall of Fam in May, 2011, known for his super-fast fingers and flamenco inspired guitar playing, still leads "Sidro's Armada" as one of Las Vegas' founding musical groups. Visit the new website for history, photos, videos and performance dates.
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Nevada Website Design is proud to announce the new website it has created for Western Star Leather (https://www.westernstarleather.com/). Handcrafted leather - authentic old west gun leather, chaps & chinks, cuffs, bits, spurs and tack. The website has been redesigned and offers great value.
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Nevada Website Design is posting this email message which was received from magicjack. We feel it is important to everyone as it contains important information that all should note.
We give credit to magicjack for sending this out.

Fraud attempts today can take many forms: From phone calls, emails, pop-up advertisements, and even search engine results, malicious entities are constantly finding new ways to catch unsuspecting individuals off guard.

In an effort to fight these bad actors, we would like to offer some helpful tips on how to identify (and protect yourself!) from fraudulent activity you may encounter both on- and offline.
Avoid phony calls!

If you receive an unsolicited, unexpected phone call from a company – even one you recognize or receive services through – requesting personal information such as your credit card number, bank information, log in credentials, or social security number, DO NOT provide the information. Instead, hang up, retrieve the company’s contact information from a reliable source (such as their official website, product packaging, or contract information), and reach out to them via one of their official channels. By contacting the company via a legitimate, verified avenue, you are able to ensure you are communicating with the intended party.

Do not feel pressured to pick up calls from unknown numbers (especially if the area code is not one that you recognize, or if the caller ID is blocked); if the message is important, the caller will likely leave a voicemail.

Be wary of individuals guiding you to websites or having you download files under the guise of providing “technical support,” or granting remote access to your computer.
Emails can be deceiving!

One of the most commonly-used avenues for unscrupulous individuals, emails can be made to look authentic in many ways – using trusted branding, urgent messaging, and coming from genuine-appearing addresses. These types of emails can also appear to come from personal friends, or even family.

When you receive a new, unsolicited email, always proceed with a skeptical eye. Attached files and links can look legitimate, but may lead to unwanted malware. Avoid clicking on links contained in this type of email – instead, manually navigate to the website via your favorite web browser to reach the intended webpage.

If you are uncertain as to whether an email is authentic, reach out to the person or company who sent the email directly using contact information from a reliable source (such as a company’s official website, product packaging, or contract information) to verify its contents.

Be wary of imposter results!

While search engines can be a helpful tool, be sure to carefully scrutinize the results that are displayed before you click any links. Ads and other illegitimate links can appear to be associated with authentic websites, but instead lead to copycat or other malicious sites.

Nevada Website Design recommends using a call blocker device which you can search for on our Amazon page (https://www.amazon.com/shop/nwdlv). Just type in “call blocker” when you get there.

Note: Nevada Website Design is part of the Amazon Local Associate program and may receive a commission for purchases made through our Amazon Local Associates page.
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Funnels - If you do internet marketing, selling products or services, have you seen this program or used it before? As a web design company, are you involved in the internet marketing industry as well?
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In reference to Google My Business for a client that closed his business several years ago, was still showing in 3-pack - no website.
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On December 18th, the security experts at WordFence were probably going crazy when their system alarms alerted them of an unusual number of WordPress attacks going on. In fact, WordFence had not seen such a volume of attacks like this before.

The infrastructure at WordFence was scaled up and is now monitoring what appears to be the most aggressive distributed brute force attack in history, targeting WordPress websites. The WrodFence team announced it was witnessing more than 14.1 million attacks per hour.
As WordFence published details on the WordFence.com blog which goes over the reasons for this unprecedented attack volume and what you can do to protect from the attack.. Of course, WordFence continues to keep an eye on the matter.

Check out the post on the official Wordfence blog…

https://www.wordfence.com/blog/2017/12/aggressive-brute-force-wordpress-attack/?utm_source=list&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=121817
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Nevada Website Design has learned about a new security policy put forth by WordFence. Nevada Website Design uses the WordFence plugin on our clients' WordPress websites, with Premium versions on SEO clients.
The new WordFence Service Vulnerability Disclose Policy has to do with the source, such as hosting providers.

You can read the complete post at WordFence.
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Should you hide your WP login page?
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Nevada Website Design is sharing this post as it brings some good points regarding SEO.
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