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Microsoft ends support for Windows XP, and so goes Internet Explorer 8

May 28th, 2014 by Max Tokman

On April 8, 2014, Microsoft officially ended support for Windows XP operating system, which was a long time coming - after all, those Windows 8.1 packages are not going to sell themselves.  With that, the entire suite of software products associated with older OS, including IE8, lost support and future critical updates and currently presents a potential security issue.  

Fear mongering aside, we advise all our agency partners and their respective clients to take Microsoft’s notice under consideration, as we also will be no longer supporting IE8 development to avoid potential security issues with end product.

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/enterprise/end-of-support.aspx

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Posting to Facebook and LinkedIn from your site

May 29th, 2014 by Max Tokman

Having the best site on the web is no guarantee it will be found and appreciated.  You have to actively promote it and one of the best ways to increase the site’s visibility is to drive traffic through major social networks, such as Facebook and LinkedIn.  However, that calls for increased marketing efforts,