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Optimizing SEO on Your WordPress Site with SEMrush

We help many of our clients with search engine optimization (SEO) – especially if they are focused on online sales with WooCommerce. SEMrush is a complex, powerful tool that we have been using for more than a year now and we are very impressed with it. If you’re using a WordPress-based website, integrating SEMrush into […]

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How to make a Vcard QR code

There are many services today that will sell you a business card that has a QR code and or a NFC chip so you can present it to a new business contact and they can easily scan it and add to their contacts. Who needs paper anyway? But many of these services (like linqapp.com or […]

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Harnessing the Power of Cloudflare’s Free Bulk Redirect Feature

URL redirects play a crucial role in website management, ensuring seamless user experience and preserving SEO rankings. When it comes to implementing redirects, domain registrars often offer limited options, and some even charge additional fees for this service. However, Cloudflare, a leading web performance and security company, provides a powerful solution for bulk redirects, completely […]

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USF Launches Mapping Jewish San Francisco

HelloAri is proud to announce the launch of a new education website. USF approached us in September of 2021 with their project to publish these detailed historical studies of San Francisco Jewish communities. We worked closely with the researchers to refine the content and find simple ways to present the data in a clear and […]

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Google Workspace reversal on legacy free G Suite account shutdown

After 16 years of free email at your domain, Google announced users would have to start paying. Now they reversed that stance and say you can keep your free account if it is for personal use. It was 2012 when they no longer offered a free version of what was also called “G Suite”. it […]

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Choose a personal Google Account vs a Google Workspace account

If you get a message like this when you log in, it’s referring to how you had an account already registered with Google using that email. Now you have a new kind of Google account with that same email address. Part of the confusion is that you can register any email as a “Personal Google […]

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Free Public Domain Stock Photos – leave your mark

2022 updated list: Free CCommons “stock” images wordpress.org/photos https://pexels.com https://unsplash.com https://pixabay.com https://barnimages.com https://flickr.com Great photos (public domain) can be found from U.S. government agency websites: USA.gov is a government-operated website that was founded to give access to government agencies and resources. And a bigger list: NASA Images: Space U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s National Digital […]

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1099k and independent web designers

You may have heard that you do not need to send a 1099-NEC (formerly called 1099-MISC) to a contractor if you paid them through PayPal, even if they made more than $600. It’s pretty confusing and you should confirm with your CPA first (this blog doesn’t offer legal or tax advice) but I hope my […]

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How to remove a Google account from “Choose an account” page list

Here’s a quick tip on something very simple that I could not figure out for the longest time. One of those bugs that was somehow thought to be a feature at some point in the development process over at Google. Too busy not doing evil, I guess… The graphic above is very straightforward and familiar […]

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WordPress: adding extra line breaks, vertical space and more

There are issues with all the WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editors out there. It’s hard to make a browser-based tool that just works right. Over the years these tools have gotten better and require fewer “hacks” to get them to display what you want them to display. The intutiive solution is […]

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