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3 Add-On Functions Your Burglar Alarm System Can Provide That Have Nothing To Do With A Burglary

3 Add-On Features Your Burglar Alarm System Can Provide

A Burglary is something every business owner fears. Whether you are the owner of a retail location, restaurant, warehouse/manufacturing facility or even the owner of a B2B service based office, you are vulnerable to theft. It may be hard to imagine but it is the reality. The good news is there are protective measures available for your business and they protect you against multiple types of theft. Providing a reliable burglar alarm system, access control, camera systems, integrated security and proper IT procedures are just a few that we deal with every day.

For the purpose of this article, we want to focus on the traditional burglar system. When most people think of a burglar alarm system, they imagine a key pad at a main entrance, sensors throughout the building that detect movement, maybe a few glass break sensors etc. These are all traditional components that, when programmed by professionals who understand YOUR business, can assist you in preventing a break in.

However, where else can your professional burglar alarm system assist you? Can it do anything for the business besides catch a thief from breaking in during the middle of the night?

Of course it can!

3 Add-On Functions Your Burglar Alarm System Can Provide That Have Nothing To Do With A Burglary

Panic Button – You may install a panic button in multiple locations with many different functions:

  • A hidden switch for employees
  • Public switch for patron/employee use
  • Hand held device or lanyard for patron/employee use

This allows employees or customers in your facility to press the panic button and send a direct alert to police silently without allowing a troublemaker to know what is going on. Another use for a panic button is as an alert that someone is hurt and needs assistance.

Temperature Sensor – If you have a server room/closet, there is probably someone in charge of regulating the temperature. Equipment in those rooms is temperature sensitive. If it gets too hot or too cold, your important IT and Security hardware is easily in danger of malfunction. A good burglar alarm system has sensors for temperature that can be placed in rooms such as these. You can program the panel to monitor the room. This way, the moment the temperature leaves acceptable ranges the system will alert appropriate staff before a bigger problem occurs.  A similar concept applies also to coolers or devices which store anything perishable, even medical supplies.

Water Sensor — Obviously, your IT closet has water-sensitive equipment . . . but, what fun would that same example be here? Did you know that you could use your burglar alarm system to monitor areas that are prone to leaks or standing water? You know you are thinking about that annoying sump pump. With proper placement, a water sensor connected to your burglar alarm can help you rest easy during flood seasons, heavy storms and your run of the mill-plumbing problem.

How To Acquire A Burglar Alarm System with Andromeda

There are many ways your burglar alarm system can assist your business with day-to-day function and maintenance. Sharing your concerns, specific needs and desires with an experienced burglar representative at Andromeda can not only help you sleep better at night but be more productive throughout the day.

Check out more information on our Burglar Alarm Systems and Services.

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Your Website Got Hacked . . . Now What?

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There are few worse feelings in business than going to your website only to find it suspended due to malware or a cyber-attack. You start to wonder, “Did I do something to cause this?”, “Why was my website hacked anyway?”, and “How can I get my site back up as quickly as possible?” The answer to this is simpler than you might believe, cyber criminals and hackers do not discriminate. You have data . . . data is valuable . . . they want cash.

Website security is a necessity for its health but most importantly, security is important because it creates trust for both your user and major search engines. A website that crashes due to malware attacks can cause the hacked website to become ‘blacklisted’ – meaning, search engines will not show the site in searches as not to infect users.

So what should you do if your website falls victim to hacking? Well, follow these steps and they should get your website back up-and-running in no time.

5 Steps for getting your hacked site back online after malicious infection attempt

  1. Run an anti-virus scan on your computer – Sometimes, hackers get into websites thru a hack on a local machine. Once allowed access into your machine, the hacker can watch your activity, gain access to passcodes and gather other vital security information. Before you do anything to fix the attack on your website, run an anti-virus scan on your local machine to make sure it is clean and safe to use.
  2. Change all passwords on all accounts– The next thing you will want to do is change all passcodes associated with your website account. This will mean CMS (content management system) template passwords, FTP passwords, and cpanel passwords (if your server has access to a cpanel). If your site is down due to a hacked system, you can reach out to server support. They can assist you with whitelisting your IP so you can make the necessary changes and perform the necessary cleaning. As mentioned in step 1, hackers get access to your site by stealing password information, by changing passwords; you remove their access to the site.
  3. Upgrade CMS Template to newest version– The next step is to upgrade the software for CMS template you are using for your website (*Note, if you do not use CMS, then you can skip this step). Each update executed for CMS platforms provides a security plug or patch that is necessary in order to keep your website secure. Keeping your template updated regularly can provide insurance that your site remains relatively healthy and safe. Performing regular updates is not a guarantee against hacking. However, keeping the CMS updated means there is one less hole in the template script for hackers to exploit. When updating, make sure to upgrade all plugins and themes as well.
  4. Clean out the website ­– Now comes the hard part, making sure your hacked website is completely clean. While some code might be easy to locate and remove, hacks can be quite intricate. Depending on how long a cyber-criminal had access to your site, code may be deeply buried within the core structure of your site. You’ll need to make sure to go thru it with a fine tooth comb. If you are unfamiliar with complex code, there are services and companies – including Andromeda Technology Solutions – that will assist you with this task. Once all malicious code is removed, you will need to submit the site for inspection with your server technicians.
  5. Resubmit site to search engines and increase website firewall security – Once your site is clear of vulnerabilities or malicious code, you still need to do two things:
    1. Resubmit your site to search engines if it is blacklisted – If search engines blacklisted your site, the only way to get your site viewable and searchable again is to go to the major search engines and let them know your site is clear and all hacked materials and code have been patched and/or removed. This can take a couple of days . . . be prepared.
    2. Increase the firewall prevention on your site. Once a site has been hacked, it can be slightly easier for it to become infected again. We know you don’t want that. One way to prevent a repeat attack is by increasing your website firewall. Having a proxy server that manages who and what can visit your site definitely helps. The proxy server provides an extra level of protection and deters cyber-criminal activity. Hackers and cyber bullies want to go after the lowest hanging fruit. A proxy server and beefed up firewall preventions make your site more difficult to tackle.

Seems like a lot, right? Well, don’t worry. Andromeda is here to help.

We pride ourselves in protecting clients against all kinds of threats from cyber bullies.

If website security is an area you know needs attention in your organization, fill out the form below for a promotional coupon good thru July 15th on Advanced Website Firewall and Monitoring. This service utilizes proxy servers as described above to protect your site. Additionally, our continued monitoring platform scans your site every 12 hours to ensure it is clean and clear. Rest easy at night knowing Andromeda has your back both on and off the web.

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3 Critical Steps You MUST Take To Avoid WannaCry And Ransomware Like It

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Last month the world was hit by one of the largest cyber security attacks in history- affecting more than 200,000 organizations in 150 countries. WannaCry ransomware, the perpetrator of this attack, took advantage of outdated patches and software licenses. Infected computers and business owners risked losing critical data if they didn’t pay the ransom.

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As cyber security & prevention experts, we are happy to report that not a single client of Andromeda Technology Solutions was affected by this attack because of our security protocols and procedures. The same can’t be said for Cook County.

Industry experts predict that this ransomware attack will hit again. Tech experts remain unsure how the new approach might be deployed – in a similar fashion or with a new “2.0” virus. While the specifics of future cyber security attacks are uncertain, we know some things for sure. Proper protocol is CRITICAL for data security and the safety of your business.

Ransomware: The Numbers **

  • Almost 50% of Small Businesses have experienced some form of cyber attack
  • MORE than 70% of attacks target Small Business
  • As many as 60% of small businesses that experience a data breach go out of business within 6 months.

These numbers are scary. Cyber security demands the attention of business owners globally and the efforts of hackers/cyber criminals are only increasing. These criminals want your money and they don’t care about the damage left behind.

That being said, there is hope and there are measures you can take to prevent your business from becoming a victim of ransomware.

3 Security Protocols You MUST Implement Immediately For The Safety Of Your Data, Your Business AND Your Wallet . . .

  1. Update ALL Microsoft Licenses to Windows 7 At A Minimum & Maintain Up To Date Security Patching – Cyber criminals are no dummies. WannaCry and other viruses like it take advantage of out of date licenses. Too often, business owners sacrifice the security of their network because they don’t want to go through the grief of updating to the latest Microsoft License. Andromeda recommends updating ALL PC’s to Windows 7 at a minimum and, more importantly, make sure you perform regular patch and security updates.
  2. Test & Verify ALL Data Backups – When is the last time you tested and verified your backups? Are you backing up your data at all? How long would it take your current IT provider to get you back up in running in the event of a disaster (virtualization time)? It is a FACT . . . you will be hit by some form of ransomware, malware or virus. The real question becomes, do you have the protocols in place to defend and beat the attack? One of the most important things you can do to safeguard yourself is perform regular backups. (We recommend daily at a minimum). A cybercriminal can’t hold your data hostage if you follow this simple practice. AND – don’t accept a verbal confirmation your data continuously remains backed up as proof. Your IT partner should provide you regular, real time, proof that your data is backed up securely and that it can be visualized in an agreed upon length of time. If your IT provider can’t give these stats and proofs to you, time to find a new partner.
  3. ransomware phishing emailEducate Your Team On How These Attacks Work And Where They Come From – Every office has that one employee that will click on ANYTHING (hopefully it isn’t you). Continued education is one of the first lines of defense against these attacks. Employees should know:
    1. What to look out for
    2. What phishing scams look like
    3. What to do when they suspect an email or link is suspect
    4. NEVER to check personal email at work
    5. Etc.

Proper spam filters set by your IT group should prevent the majority of these emails from getting to your inbox. However, it only takes ONE CLICK and an entire network is infected before you know what happened.

Ransomware Prevention constantly changing, be sure to stay on top of newest trends

When all is said and done, cyber security is an everyday battle. Hackers and criminals will keep attacking until you don’t have something they want. These 3 Security protocols are only the tip of the iceberg and should be part of a multiphase approach implemented by your internal staff and your IT partner. If you have any questions, please reach out to a representative at Andromeda today.

If you’ve found this article on ransomware prevention interesting, you might also want to consider attending our upcoming Executive Lunch & Learn Seminar.

**Statistics sourced from the National Cyber Security Alliance

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3 Benefits For Upgrading Your Phone System to VoIP In Less Than Two Minutes

3 Benefits For Upgrading Your Phone System to VoIP In Less Than Two Minutes

 

We wanted to bring you something a bit new this month for our telecom blog. See below for a 2 minute video clip on 3 Benefits For Upgrading Your Phone System to VoIP. (Full transcript below)

 

Technology and the way we communicate with people has changed leaps and bounds over the last ten years. In business today, staying connected is no longer a luxury but is an expectation to meet goals and drive success.

Why Upgrade Your Phone System to VoIP, Voice Over Internet Protocol?

Let’s look at 3 major benefits of upgrading your phone system to VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol).

  1. Lower overall cost than a traditional phone system – VoIP greatly reduces calling costs. Whether you make long distance/international calls, have multiple locations or make lots of calls locally. VoIP can utilize the internet and new phone services to transport calls while saving you money.
  2. Mobility – many new voice over internet protocol systems have the ability to integrate with mobile solutions, to provide consistent availability and access no matter where a user is located. What does this mean? Users no longer remain tethered to an office desk phone and become reachable whether they are on the go, remote or outside of the office.
  3. Feature rich communicationsVoIP phone systems allow for a much broader range of features then a traditional phone system provides. For this reason, total cost of ownership is significantly lowered. Features such as integrated fax, voicemail to email, click to call, “find-me-follow-me”, video conference calling as well as user presence remain easily available through feature enhancements rather than hardware add-ons previously required in the past.

If you have been thinking about upgrading your phone system or interested in lowering your business costs, call us. One of our team members can assess your current situation and often times, the phone system and features you are looking for can easily be financed through the cost savings VoIP offers alone.

To find out more about VoIP for your business, visit our website or give us a call today!

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Why Good Camera Systems Need Great IT Pros

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Would you be OK with a criminal or competitor watching you and your office via your own CCTV security cameras . . . ?

Didn’t think so.

Security and camera systems, like many other technologies, are becoming more and more integrated within IT networks and infrastructure. This is great for ease of use, capabilities and increased protections. However, it can also open up additional avenues and risks for your company if managed incorrectly.

Imagine all the information someone could snag with limited access to your CCTV system.

You wouldn’t trust your IT to “some guy” (at least we hope not).  You should give the same respect to your security systems. It may be a good idea to buy a system from Costco or Amazon. But those off brand systems are easily hacked and they may carry pre-installed malware. Just last year a slew of security camera systems purchased on Amazon were found to be infected and could be hijacked by hackers to access data and camera footage illegally.

In almost all cases, some part of your security camera system needs an IT professional involved to finish the job and configured correctly. You can either trust the camera guy as he fumbles his way around your network, potentially leaving easily accessed holes in your protection, or try to get the camera guy and your IT guy to coordinate and work together (what we call a scheduling nightmare). Or, you can hire a professional technology services firm that does both.

Why Chose Andromeda’s Security Cameras?

Andromeda understands the intricate relationships security technologies have with your IT. We have specialized technicians in each area. They work together with a vast understanding of the security that both your CCTV system and your network need.  Also, because we sell only professional grade hardware and software (Honeywell) the chance of a hack on these pieces is much less than the cheaper no-name brands.

Security threats are everywhere these days. You don’t need to make yourself more vulnerable. Do not create a gaping hole in your enterprise via the very thing that is there to help protect you. Reach out to our team today if you are considering any security projects. We ensure that the solution you choose is right for your business needs, but most importantly, we make sure it is installed correctly and you are protected.

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4 Reasons WordPress Is The Better Choice For Your Professional Website

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Times, they are a-changin. When the internet first came ”online” (pun intended) over 20 years ago – websites were a luxury for most businesses. Now in 2017 – they are a necessity. With the world wide web at your fingertips (literally), it’s more important than ever to have a website as a marketing tool for your growing business. With all the choices available – it may be tempting to build a website yourself with proprietary website groups like Wix. However, using for-profit website builders can be costly and have a negative impact on your website down the line. For businesses that truly want a professional website that meets all best practices – traditional based content management systems (cms) like WordPress are the way to go. Let’s dive into a few reasons why:

Reasons To Choose WordPress over Wix

  1. Ads – One of the biggest selling points for proprietary sites is that they are less expensive. Which is great if you are on a budget; however, the less you pay the less you control what content displays on your website. Proprietary sites make revenue on their cheaper packages by allowing advertisements to display on your website. Do you really want your website designer or template creator choosing what ads display on your site? Do you want ads on your site at all? WordPress gives you the control over what content displays on your site. Make sure before engaging in any design for a website, you cover protocol and expectations for ads and content control.
  2. Customization/add-ons – Customization can be pricey. When you purchase a base package or template from a source like Wix, you run the risk of costly add ons adding up (pun intended). Most out-of-the-box templates on Wix do not support ecommerce or SEO. This means add ons need to be purchased in order for your basic functionality. Additionally, you only have access to two levels of pages. This can jeopardize your entire site if mishandled. These templates are also difficult to change. Most companies will not allow you to customize the base template. WordPress on the other hand allows for customization, add ons and SEO. It also plays very well with thousands of plug ins that add nifty functions and unique flare to your site.
  3. SEO (Search Engine Optimization)– As stated in the previous point, SEO is not included with most Wix or other proprietary sites unless you pay extra each month. Much of SEO is about keywords and URL selection. With WordPress – you have the ability to customize urls as you see fit. Additionally, there are free SEO plugins that allow you to dive even further into analytics/SEO without incurring additional cost.
  4. Ownership – This is the most important reason to go with WordPress over a Wix site. With proprietary sites – you don’t actually own your domain or your website. The company you purchase from owns all of that. if you want to start something new or change platforms – your domain and your website is the property of Wix. With WordPress – you own your own domain and you own your content. This will allow you to make changes and updates to your overall look and digital marketing as you see fit. It is yours!

Overall, while Wix and other companies like it offer a quick, cheap way to get a website for your business, the cheapest route is rarely going to get you where you want to be. Choosing a cms site like WordPress allows you creativity, ownership, optimization and plug-in-play action you need. Andromeda has had years of experience working with and customizing WordPress websites. Ready to take your business to the next level? Give us a call!

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Network Security Assessment – The Single Most Important Cyber Security Tool You Are Neglecting Every Year

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Why you should have a network security assessment at least once per year

Let’s face it – our digital world is under constant attack and your corporate network is one of the biggest targets out there.  Why?  Because it also tends to be an easy mark.  Year after year we see large scale attacks against corporations, but did you know that the majority of cyber incidents occur against small business? Ask yourself, when was the last time you had a professional network security assessment? We’d like to share why assessments are an important piece of the multi-layered approach to cyber security for your business.

Let’s start by stating something that you might not expect a tech company to express.  At some point, your network and computer systems WILL BE breached by some type of cyber attack.  No amount of effort or software can protect you 100%.  The key is to take as many steps as you can to make it less likely you will be hacked or more realistically, take as many steps to ensure that a breach can do no real or sustainable harm to your business. No approach on the market can guarantee you will never be breached and if you run into an IT firm or product that tries to make this guarantee . . . run for the hills because it just “ain’t” true.

Now, there are the obvious steps that you can take to protect yourself and make it harder on the criminals:

  • good Email habits
  • anti-malware software
  • firewalls
  • employee training
  • a professional Disaster Recover (DR) plan/device

However, there is another tool in the arsenal that you should use regularly and that is an annual (at minimum) Network Security Assessment.

How Is A Network Security Assessment Done?

Your IT support company can do an assessment; they should then give you a risk report displaying areas that need to be tightened up.  If your IT company does not perform these, it may be time to start looking into someone new. Cyber threats are more prevalent every day and it is important to partner with an IT company that recognizes this and protects your business accordingly.

We find that our assessment usually uncovers security threats and holes; even when a business has the right practices and has done their research. Cyber security is a daily battle. When we run our assessment we use the results to constantly improve the defenses of our clients. And that is why, like most things in tech, an assessment should be a regular event.

The Network Security Assessment Is Done. What’s Next?

The network security assessment itself is not the only thing to request though. It is equally important to make sure that your firm supplies you with a report of their findings. This report should be simple to understand, contain an overall score and give you a breakdown of each issue found, along with how serious those specific issues are.  Ask for an action plan detailing fixes for any issues that are found. Why go through the assessment if you aren’t going to DO anything with the data?

How important and helpful are these reports?  We are an IT company with a background protecting our partners from risk, we place protections in place for our partners and still find ways to improve our customer cyber safety every time we run an assessment.

Why?  Because cyber security is a dynamic, ever changing landscape and you need to proactively search for issues. Don’t let yourself learn the hard way. You never want to discover there is a hole in your cyber security by way of an attack or breach.

Interested in a Network Security Assessment?

If this article has you questioning your current setup, or if you are simply interested in starting a conversation regarding the cyber security protections necessary for your business, a network security assessment with Andromeda is a great place to start. With this in mind, we will be discounting our network security assessment thru 05/31/17. Fill out the form below for access to our promotional rate and begin a discussion with one of our security experts.

Fill out the form below to receive a $500 discount on a Network Security Assessment valid for the month of May

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5 Signs Your PBX Phone System Is On Its Last Leg

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“Time Is Money”

I’m sure you heard that one before. The fact is, downtime and productivity loss from pbx phone system failure can cost your business thousands of dollars in the blink of an eye. Today’s consumer has hundreds of options at their fingertips (literally); all one search engine away.

Don’t lose business all because your legacy phone system finally took a dive. You also don’t want to force your own hand when it comes to choosing a new pbx phone system due to lack of preparation.

That being said, check out these 5 signs your pbx phone system is on its last leg.

Signs of PBX Phone System Failure

  1. Your system is 10+ years old – Congratulations! Your system has served you well. Older systems probably don’t have parts in production or programming updates being rolled out which puts you at risk of a failure with no fix. 
  2. Static Filled Lines – Nothing is more frustrating than a call filled with static. Faulty equipment and wiring can lead to this issue. 
  3. Voicemail/Programming Issues – Possibly the most prominent sign your pbx phone system is on its way out are programming issues. Have you ever lost all of your scheduled programming or noticed completely inaccurate dates and times out of nowhere? Are voicemails disappearing on you? Maybe lights have stopped functioning and you are no longer notified when you have a message. Do customers and employees complain about programming issues like being routed to the wrong location or a buggy Auto Attendant function? 
  4. Functional Limitations – Older systems don’t have many of the useful functions you have probably heard about in modern systems i.e. Voicemail to Email, Mobility, Remote Support and streamlined programming. 
  5. System Overheating? – Many legacy systems don’t have adequate cooling systems. Do you have a fan sitting in front of your pbx phone system to keep it from overheating? That is an especially relevant telltale sign that your system is at the end of its life.
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5 reasons You Should Consider Replacing Keys With An Access Control System

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Physical keys and door locks have been around for a long time. They do have some positive attributes . . . like keeping people we don’t like out of our space. They are easy to use and it’s safe to say everyone knows how to use them. However, with smart devices and the benefits of technology, even the traditional lock and key can stand an upgrade. How? Access Control.

Below are the top 5 reasons you should consider replacing the keys to your business with a professional Access Control system.

5 Reasons To Get An Access Control System

  1. You have absolute control over your office

If someone quits unexpectedly or just fails to show up, you can quickly remove their access to your building. Therefore, no waiting for a returned key. With Access Control Systems, simple programming changes remove the ex-employee’s access and save yourself sleepless nights wondering if a disgruntled employee is ransacking the office.

  1. Tracking

Programming of these systems allows for some very useful tracking. With multiple entrances, you can set up zones that specify who can enter a location as well as what times they can enter. For example, maybe you have a storage area or server room on site that should only be accessed during business hours. With access control, you can program doors to remove access at any time you desire. Furthermore, you can also program your system to send alerts if someone is accessing a door inside or outside of a given time range.

  1. Integration

You can integrate the system with both your Burglar and Camera system for some helpful features.  Doors can be set to disable alarms upon entering. Cameras integrate with door systems. For instance, a key fob opens your front door in the middle of the night. You can set your cameras to tilt and zoom in on this action and you can capture who is entering, whom they might have with them and even what they are carrying in/out of your facility.

  1. Protection from forgetfulness or “accidents”

Ever wake up in the middle of the night wondering if you forgot to lock the back door? With access control, this is not an issue. If a door accidentally remains propped open, you can be notified. If a door held open for an extended period, you’re notified. Try that with just a key!

  1. Remote Access/Control

Need to provide some special access outside of normal business hours?  No problem, with remote access to the system, one quick click and you can unlock that door and let them in . . . without ever leaving your house.

This is just a short list and by no means exhaustive. Access Control Systems literally contain hundreds of features and all kinds of customized and creative solutions to make the system work for you and your needs.  Give us a call or complete the form to request a consultation to have us show you how a system could enhance your business and remove stress.

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3 Reasons You’re NOT Showing Up On Google’s First Page . . . And How Search Engine Optimization Can Help

Let’s face it – if you are trying to market your business at all – Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Google needs to be your best friend.  The only way that happens is to have your website appear on Page 1 of relevant searches.  With attention spans growing shorter than a Midwest day in December, even Page 2 is too little too late.

So, why aren’t you showing up on page 1?  Here are 3 reasons as well as some Search Engine Optimization (SEO) quick changes you can implement to increase those rankings.

Three Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Faux Pas and How To Fix Them

  1. Your site has too much in one place . . .

You are trying to be all things to all people and your site is just too general.  Search engine optimization (SEO) rule number 1: specifics drive traffic.  So, consider adding more pages to your site tailored to the content you want people to see.  In some cases, you might even want to dedicate an entire new site (called a microsite) to a specific topic with a specific domain name to further drive the point (and traffic).

  1. You aren’t paying attention to popular search terms and phrases . . .

If your site’s content is not in-line with what people are actually searching for, you are missing traffic.  Might be time to do a little market research. Try asking clients what they did to find you. If they used a search engine (most people do), what did they type in specifically? You might be surprised what patterns emerge when you start compiling this data. Once you’ve done this, refresh your content with these results in mind.

  1. Performance and load time matter . . .

If your site is not mobile friendly or it loads slowly, Google and your visitors will penalize you. Make sure the theme or design you choose for your website is responsive (meaning it will change to fit whatever screen it is on – smartphone, monitor, tablet etc.) In terms of load time, customers and google both dislike a slow site. While there are sites out there that give ‘free’ reports on speed and spam ratings, most of the information is very technical and you have to pay to get the extended reports.

Most likely, one of the above items alone isn’t enough to ruin your ratings but it doesn’t take long before things start adding up. Maintaining your site can turn into a full time job before you know it. If you are like most business owners, you don’t have the time to constantly dig into these issues. Lucky for you Andromeda can help. Our team of dedicated designers and website engineers can help you with web design, website development and maintenance, and Search Engine Optimization (SEO)/Search Engine Marketing (SEM). Reach out and find out more about how we can help YOU with your search engine rankings!