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3 Reasons Why a Posting Schedule Matters for Your Business Blog

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Consistent posting matters.

It's a maxim that content creators maintain regardless of the format or the platform they're publishing on. A lot of these experts cite SEO and algorithms as the foundation of the need for regular posting, and they're absolutely right. But if you're looking for more consumer-based reasons to keep your content on a schedule, here are three:

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So you have a new website but what about SEO?

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SEO is at the heart of connecting with your current and future clients. Therefore, it must be considered when you create and build a new website. Search engine optimization (SEO) allows people to enter search terms or keywords into a search engine and receive the best possible results for their query. For the purposes of your website, several items must be included for your pages to come up as the results for the products or services you sell. Even if you don't "sell" anything, instead provide information or free products, the SEO process works exactly the same way. Here are the areas that must be SEO-optimized for best results in search.

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Should You Have a BYOD Policy at Your Company?

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Small businesses are finding an easy way to cut down their hardware costs by letting employees use personal devices to do work. There are a few reasons why this might be a good idea: low upfront costs and employee convenience are definitely benefits. When you run a small business that can't offer the same salary, health insurance deals, or long-term security as larger, established companies, you have to get creative. But there are some circumstances when you should absolutely prohibit the practice, and several reasons not to do it no matter what.

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Mobile Device Management: An Essential Part of Data Protection

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The growth of mobile computing has made networks more complicated. Keeping a network well-run and secure requires paying attention not just to workstations and servers, but to mobile devices. They present more of a challenge because they come and go. They operate through public networks, not just behind the firewall. In a lot of cases they belong to the user, not the company. For all these reasons, Mobile Device Management (MDM) is essential to network management.

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