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Site Launch: Karen4Elders

Posted by on September 14th, 2020

hasOptimization is proud to announce the launch of a new site for assisted living facility owner Karen4Elders in Southern New Hampshire. Karen4Elders offers exceptional elder care in a family setting. We’ve been working with owners Karen and Tony Massahos since 2018 providing search engine optimization services, social media management, and more.

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Ensuring Contact Form 7 Submissions are Received on Office 365

Posted by on September 1st, 2020

One of the single most frustrating things I’ve dealt with is the variations of things that can cause contact form submissions not to be received. The most common reason is that they are labeled as spam, but are still received. On rare occasions, contact form submissions are not received at all. In Office 365 email setups, this seems always to be the case. Unfortunately, by default, GoDaddy uses Office 365, so you may be here wondering how to tackle this issue.

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Calm Down, Internet: Scary Sounding Spam

Posted by on August 14th, 2020

While the internet isn’t exactly in a complete and total uproar about this like some of our previous installments of calm down, internet, many of our clients are sending us emails questioning the content of this spam — and rightfully so. In today’s “calm down, internet” we talk about a scammy piece of spam that threatens to take legal action against people for using “illustrations” or “photographs” that don’t belong to them.

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G Suite Domain Contact Page Being Removed

Posted by on August 13th, 2020

If you have a G Suite account, chances are you’ve received this email from G Suite: There is some confusion over what this means. Essentially, Google is removing a publicly available URL that shows contact information for your G Suite organization. Some people may use this internally in wikis or documents, so Google is giving you a heads up that the link will not work after August 31st, 2020. If you have never seen a link like that before or used one, then you have no reason to look for it or make any changes.

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Project Spotlight: Vote NH 2020

Posted by on July 28th, 2020

Keeping in line with our mission statement, we are committed to a fair and equal world where everyone can and will vote in the upcoming election. We were happy to work with the NH chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union to help create an unbiased voter information funnel site to allow people easy, responsive access to necessary information for registering to vote, registering to vote absentee, and voting itself.

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Of Chessex and Tentsmiths: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Posted by on May 26th, 2020

In 2019, you may recall if you’re a reader of the hasOptimization blog or you follow us on social media, we completed an overhaul of the Tentsmiths website. There are plenty of times where we’ve told customers, in no uncertain terms, that their website is holding them back. In the case of Tentsmiths, new owners Alena and Stephen were well aware of how the ancient, inadequate website for Tentsmiths was holding back additional orders from new customers who did not want to jump through hoops to complete a purchase.

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How to brainstorm blog topics for your business blog

Posted by on April 30th, 2020

While we’ve certainly talked plenty about why blogging can benefit your business, why you should use broad topics, and how to structure a blog post, one thing we haven’t really touched upon how to determine what topics to write a blog post about. In this post, we’ll go over some places you can generate blog topics, and how those blog topics will work for you.

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Things you can do NOW to prep your business for the online world

Posted by on March 23rd, 2020

Getting stir crazy? Not sure how your business will fare during this time of uncertainty? Don’t forget about all things internet that can help you continue growing your business even when people can’t come through the door!

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Long list of amazing things you can do while in quarantine

Posted by on March 18th, 2020

Updated 4/14/20. New items are marked with new We know that it’s going to be a rough bit of time, but don’t worry — we’re all in this together and we all feel the pain you do! We want to help. We’ve compiled a list of a ton of free or low cost things you can do while staying inside. Most of these things require the internet, so make sure you have a nice fast internet connection. Many more are kid-friendly (we’ll mark if they’re not), so if you have children that have to stay at home too, here are some great activities you can do to keep busy while self-isolating and in quarantine. We’ll keep updating this list as we find things, so check back!

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Tips for Working At Home

Posted by on March 16th, 2020

During this time of uncertainty, many companies are opting to adopt work-from-home policies. Working from home is great… If you have the kind of self-discipline to be at home around your pets and family and do meaningful work at the same time. Not everyone is an ideal candidate to work from home, and we understand that it can be more difficult for some people than others. hasOptimization is a work-from-home company, and we wanted to share with you some of the work from home tips and tricks to help you be as efficient and comfortable as possible during this time. This post has tips from both Aimee and Logan! We’ve been working from home for a combined 15+ years. 

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