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Do we ever use “store bought” themes for websites?

Here at RealBasics we build all new and rebuilt websites using the popular Beaver Builder page builder [non-affiliate link] products. On a Facebook group we follow someone asked: How do people explain using BB plugin and theme to clients? When comparing to other agencies who buy [heavily-advertised commercial theme company] themes and use demo content……

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Our Web Hosting Recommendations for 2016

We’re able to work with almost* all hosting companies the following companies are well regarded in the industry for speed and service, and not known for either limiting service to get you to upgrade or for other sales-driven annoyances. SiteGround The basic StartUp package would be good for your crisis management site but if you’re planning to…

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Salmon Bay Technology — a great local IT solution

Here at Real Basics we build, fix, and maintain websites. We’re proud of the work we do. We love doing it too. Something we don’t love is managing IT and intra-office computer technology.  Exchange and other mail servers?  Desktop and laptop security?  Printers?  Servers?  Routers, modems, and switches?  PBX and wireless phones?  Cloud computing?  We’ve done…

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Three hosting companies I’m recommending

Last month I un-recommended one particular hosting company.  After some careful research I’m recommending three others. All three companies are well regarded in the industry for speed and service, and not known for either limiting service to get you to upgrade or for other sales-driven annoyances. SiteGround (https://www.siteground.com/web-hosting.htm)  The basic StartUp package would be good for…

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