For the last 2-3 weeks clients of Grimpond Marketing and My SEO Guy may have been suffering email issues and bounce backs. This is because our server(IP) was added to an internet SPAM blacklist. This blacklist was then used by a number of Australian ISPs to block email originating from our server or related to our server/IP.
Grimpond has been in it’s new location in semi-regional Queensland for six months now, and technology and connection issues remain a hurdle for us.
We are restricted to only having ONE choice for internet and telephony services. That of course is Telstra/Bigpond. Now this is not a Telstra bashing exercise, but just an outline of the difficulties in regional internet connections.
At long long last… we have connection and phone, and all things required to service our clients.
It has been a battle, and very inconvenient for us, and appallingly bad for our clients. But Telstra have come to the party and supplied the promised landline, and established us with a solid and reliable internet connection.
As many of you will know we have recently moved the office of Grimpond Marketing and My SEO Guy.
Despite extensive pre-planning and assurances from our connection providers, we have had nothing but headaches since the move, and have been without connection for some time.
The short answer is no… but My SEO Guy has gone into it in more detail in his latest post.
So what is a tracking pixel?
Most Elegant Themes themes come with an inbuilt Contact From as part of the theme.
This is great when you don’t want a custom contact form, but if you need a custom contact from on a page with “contact” in it’s name then you need to turn the in-built form off.
We have just undertaken a new Not for Profit project, building a new website for The Ladybird Foundation – Western Australia
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced that the Government will be pushing ahead with new legislation forcing ISPs to retain data on ALL of their customers browsing activities, without the need for a warrant.