Welcome to Freesources
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Freesources is a blog that focuses on how-to guides about website security, SEO, design, and tips for the WordPress website community. Similar to Creative Commons, everything is free, as long as you credit the sources and link to them.
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Did you know that by 2021, the estimated global cost of cybercrime is predicted to be $6 trillion? Financial loss from downed websites or data breaches can harm corporations and small businesses, alike. So, how can you block hackers and content scrapers without breaking the bank? This step-by-step WordPress security guide shows you how. …Read More
Did you know that authentic brand storytelling is more effective than SEO tricks? In fact, research shows that a brand’s mission and backstory motivate consumers more than advertisements. Millennials, in particular, often turn to social media, website About pages, or blogs to see if you’re “legit”. How can you build customer loyalty if your brand sounds generic? To create…Read More
Whether you’re a blogger or marketing agency, you share one common goal: finding the best stock photos. And now that diversity marketing is finally the norm, not the exception, you need website-ready inclusive imagery. Well, look no further. In this royalty-free photography list, you’ll find photos of diverse people in stunning settings. Some of the sites…Read More
Clients often ask me how to add downloadable, printable PDFs to their websites, so this blog includes an easy how-to video. But first, you’ll need to know how to convert Word docs to PDFs, while keeping the clickable URL links LIVE. That’s right—if you thought you needed to buy software to do that, you were…Read More