SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Does Work!

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Does Work And here is the proof... We all know that SEO will increase your website's performance, that is no surprise.  The challenging part is finding a web developer or SEO expert that can provide the results they claim they can.  We haveRead more

Reptiles Alive New Website Launch a Success

We are pleased to announce the launch of another client’s website!  Please join us in welcoming Reptiles Alive LLC to the Surf Your Name family.  A few months ago, the owner and management team at Reptiles Alive requested some more information about the web design and web

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Why Is Responsive Web Design Important?

Why Is Responsive Web Design Important? The trend in web design and web development for the past few years is “Responsive Web Design”.  This trend is not going anywhere anytime soon, so you might as well get on the responsive website bandwagon. In fact, recent studies showRead more

Guest Bloggers Wanted

Guest Bloggers Wanted! We are pleased to announce we will now be accepting guest bloggers for our website articles section starting January 15, 2017.  We have had several requests in the past year from our clients and bloggers wanting to be a guest blogger for Surf YourRead more

Google Chrome Wants Every Website to be Secure

Google has announced that starting in 2017, users of the Google Chrome browser will be warned when accessing non-secure websites.  The initial rollout will only mark websites unsafe if they utilize passwords or take customers’ credit card information without having a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) installed on

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Web Developer Definitions

Every business has their own specific language and acronyms they use to communicate with each other and to outsiders it sounds like a foreign language.  SurfYourName is no exception to this rule and sometimes web designers, web developers, and social media geeks are worse than average!  While what we

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Surf Your Name Upgrading Company Hosting Servers

All of our clients know we have dedicated website hosting for clients at Surf Your Name.  We do not take part in shared hosting servers where your site is hosted with thousands of other websites that can affect site speed and performance.     In the past

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Is Your Website Safe From Hacker Attacks?

Last week we received a phone call from a frantic business owner asking if we fix hacked websites.  John (not his real name) has a small business website that another web developer created.  He uses the website to sell his products online and also uses his website

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Hackers Launch Widespread Attack on United States

Hackers from all over the world have been taking advantage of computers, websites, and other internet connected devices for years.  Their attacks have become more sophisticated and have been dealing more damage than ever before. The most recent attack on October 21, 2016 was proof that our

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Bradan Automotive Launches NEW Custom Website

If you have been following our Facebook page you know that we welcomed Bradan Automotive to the SurfYourName family a while back.  Bradan Automotive is a very special company that provides a full range of mechanical, body, and cosmetic services to the high end sports car owners. 

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Meet Facebook’s New emoji: Love, haha, wow, sad, and angry.

Facebook has been under pressure from users for quite some time to add something more than the “Like” button for users to use when viewing their friend’s posts.  Hitting that “Like” button isn’t always the best reaction for every occasion.  Now Facebook is giving users more options;

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Email Marketing that Drives Results

The amount of ways to market your small business is vast and the ability to track ROI (Return On Investment) are just as challenging as ever.  A recent report from the Direct Marketing Association shows for every dollar spent on email marketing turns a $43 return on

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Internet Explorer Ceasing Browser Support

Computer users have across the world have become accustomed to the browser Internet Explorer for over 20 years now.  In the 20-year history of Internet Explorer, users have seen 11 versions and updates of the iconic browser.  Microsoft will stop supporting all but 1 version of IE

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