The SOS Newsletter: Help for your web stuff – JUNE 2014

dit-dit-dit/dah-dah-dah… You probably recognize that familiar morse code for “sos”, the call  for help.  It also happens to be the caps of my website – Switched-On-Sites.  More importantly, SOS stands for the kind of web help I want to provide you with my services.  If your web site is in trouble, I’m here to help.  So I thought why […]

May: Scams and Viruses on Facebook and Other Security Issues

LOL Trojan Is “laughing” at the Facebook Messaging Service Malwarebytes  is warning FB users to beware of a new scam and trojan called the “LOL” malware.  It’s a message that appears to be from one of your FB friends with a photo file attached named “IMG_xxxx.zip”.  Clicking on it allows a Facebook user’s data and login […]

RansomWare Strikes Again: CryptoLocker

That nasty thing above is the screen for a new, on the rise RansomWare called CryptoLocker.  We’ve discussed RansomWare before in a previous couple of posts here and here.   As a review of what this malware does – it locks your computer and then holds it for – yep, you guessed it – a […]

SOS SEO Tips: Searcher Intent and Relevant Key Phrases vs Key Word Searches.

Most people understand about keywords when it comes to meeting the basic requirements of search engine optimization.  If you are selling ice cream, then you’re going to have the words “ice cream”  in your meta tags. But search engines look for more than just single keywords these days. Why? Because their algorithms are much more […]