News and Articles

Common Website Mistakes: Part 1

Tina Hutzelman

We’ve audited many websites over the years. During that time, we’ve seen many companies make the same mistakes.

Today we'll look at five common ones we see: not having a mobile-friendly site, not keeping the site up to date, having walls of text, not having a contact form, and not displaying their credentials.

Five Key Steps to Improving the Cybersecurity of Your Business

Tim Summers

Unfortunately, there’s no way to provide 100% complete protection from hackers and spammers. But don’t despair, that’s no reason to throw out all the computers and go back to paper and pencil. There are recommended best practices for businesses to follow that can help better protect your network, your Windows devices, and your business-critical data.

2A Friendly Marketing Holiday Schedule

Tim Summers

Our office will be closed on the following dates in observance of the holidays. Emergency support will be available on these dates via phone and remotely over the Internet. All non-emergency topics will be addressed on our next regular business day.

What You Need to Know About WordPress

Tim Summers

WordPress began as a humble website blogging tool but evolved into one of the most popular website development platforms and Content Management Systems (CMS) on the market.

The ability to create a website with little to no programming knowledge quickly made WordPress popular. This was especially true among amateur website enthusiasts and marketing agencies with little to no website development experience.

Bias Against Gun Culture and How 2A Friendly Marketing Helped

Tina Hutzelman

“Bias against gun culture exists, especially online,” said Hunter Elliott, owner of, The Internet Gun Review Magazine. Hunter experienced this personally, when a large, well-known hosting company refused to provide technical support due to its firearms-related content of his website. Hear in Hunter’s own words how our 2A Friendly Marketing initiative was able to help him.


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