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Blog Archives: April 2014

Church Relevance Names Gutensite Church Logos Among Best of 2013

April 22, 2014
Daniela Meyer
We're excited to share that Church Relevance included 2 logos designed by Gutensite in their best church logo designs for 2013. The logo we created forĀ  City Church San Francisco made their best of for 2012 so it's our second year in a row! They included our branding for the Resurrection Brooklyn Church Network and Imago Dei Church in their list of "Distinctive. Memorable. Timeless" and "aesthetically pleasing" logo designs. See their full list of Great Church Logos

Infographic about Common Small Business Website Mistakes

April 15, 2014
Chadwick Meyer
Inc. recently ran an article and infographic about the biggest challenges small businesses have with their websites. We've been saying this stuff for years, so we thought we would share. The main problems small businesses have with their website include: No Clear Call to Action Poor Design that Doesn't Impress and Engage Difficulty Updating Content No Way to Measure Success Poor SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Not Optimized for Mobile No Designated IT person Our CMS makes it easy to update your website, our support team helps ...

Our Response to the Heartbeat Security Flaw

April 08, 2014
Chadwick Meyer
This is probably too geeky for most people, but for the sake of transparency I wanted to let you know what our status is in regards to the recently popularized "Heartbeat" security threat. "Heartbeat" is a flaw in OpenSSL, a protocol that manages the secure connections of the servers that run 2/3 of the websites in the world. Essentially it allows hackers to theoretically view 64KB of the current memory space (that's a lot of data). This random, raw data, but it could contain secure information like passwords and private SSL keys. Lots of ...

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