If you’ve noticed YouTube’s recent #SaveYourInternet campaign and wondered “from what?”, you’re not alone. So, in a nutshell, here’s what’s going on.
After two long years, it's finally here: Game of Thrones Season 8. A few of us at Pleth are excited to see what happens in the final season and wanted to share our predictions for what's to come. If you're a fan, continue reading to find out what we think.
Now that you know what all you can do with your social media accounts, it’s time to learn what you should and shouldn’t do. The following lists of do’s and don’ts for managing and posting to sites will set you on the right path for an enjoyable and successful social media experience.
Managing your business page on social media can be intimidating. With so many posting options, how do you know what type of content will be the most effective to your audience? Read on to find out the differences between content types and when you should use them.
Wordpress 5.0 has launched, and with it comes an exciting new change: the Gutenburg editor.
Due to the advancements in technology, it’s easier than ever for business owners to DIY their branding and marketing materials. So why should you still seek the services of a professional graphic designer?
Happy Computer Security Day! As electronic devices continue to be an important part of our lives, it is important to know how to keep your data safe and secure while using them. We put together a quick list of things to watch for so you don’t run into trouble later.
Most business owners know how important it is to have a website, but once the new site launches, it tends to be "out of sight, out of mind." Without regular updates your site could have little to no activity. Read on to find out if its time for to make a change to your site.
You may have seen "Managed Hosting and Support by Pleth" at the bottom of some of the websites that we developed. We've since moved on to using a hashtag, #plethpowered, but we want to take a minute to explain what that line means, exactly.
You've probably seen it before: 404 Page Not Found. What's that? It's an HTTP status code. In this post, we highlight some well-known and a few not-so-well-known codes, so you'll know how to take action.