Kim Teaches Tech is Moving…

Kim Teaches Tech is moving, morphing, and making new paths. The blog, business, and abode are in transition. My Physical Move First, it’s Official. Next week, I’ll be moving to West Melbourne. Florida – not Australia 🙂 Why move to Melbourne? 1...
WordPress Backup Plugin – Step 1 in WordPress Security

WordPress Backup Plugin – Step 1 in WordPress Security

In April 2013, I started a conversation on ways to make your WordPress website more secure. Since that time, I have received several clients whose sites had been hacked or where we found that people had tried to gain access. This article is the first part of a more...

WordPress SEO Part 1 – Themes

The beauty of WordPress, as a Content Management System (CMS), is that it allows you to create and manage a powerful website with very little technical knowledge. Unfortunately, like most CMS’s, it is not search engine friendly when initially installed. Before...

Create a Winning Website, a 3-part Series Starts June 25, 2013

My previous courses on building a website using WordPress software have been expanded into a series designed to help you create a website that will help you win in business. A winning website is an extension of your business, not just an online business card, and...

3 Quick Steps to Make WordPress More Secure

I have to thank my friend Dagmar Gatell for pointing out some security issues within WordPress. There are three easy things you can do to increase the security of your WordPress site. First Delete the Admin Account  Many security attacks use automated systems that try...

Creating Great Passwords That You Can Remember

The Internet has brought us fast access to everything from purchases to banking. The requirement for many passwords has accompanied this breakthrough in technology and business. Each of our private areas require different levels of password protection to make sure...