3 Things Every Business Owner Should Do in 2018

3 Things Every Business Owner Should Do in 2018

David G. Johnson Marketing Automation, Small Business Marketing Leave a Comment

Every January, we have a habit of re-evaluating what we’re doing. What worked last year? What didn’t work? What needs tweaking? If you’re like most business owners, you also think about new goals. Did we hit our revenue targets for last year? What is a realistic number for this year? How do we get there? As a business owner whose …

WordPress Automatic Upgrade Notification Email

WordPress Automatic Updates: Pros and Cons

David G. Johnson Small Business Marketing Leave a Comment

Yesterday the WordPress dev team announced the 3.8.2 Security Release. Previously, when a WordPress update became available, I’d see the notification when I visited the dashboard of one of our websites. Sometimes, I might spot the announcement post (like the one I linked to above) in the RSS feed. But all that has changed. For the first time, I found …

TimThumb WordPress: How to Fix the TimThumb.php Vulnerability in Your WordPress Theme

David G. Johnson Small Business Marketing, WordPress 8 Comments

This morning, I woke up to dozens of e-mails from my websites notifying me about issues. Worst of all, however, was the notification from MediaTemple: we’ve disabled your hosting account because your website is serving as a relay for spam e-mails. Yuck. Immediately, my mind went to the TimThumb.php issue that was discovered a couple of weeks ago and reported …