Abdul El-Tayef
Abdul El-Tayef

Abdul is an experienced technology executive with more than 15 years launching and leading technology companies. Prior to joining Surefire Social, Abdul El-Tayef was CEO and CTO of BEZA Inc., which delivers enterprise-grade web site solutions to small business and non-profit organizations across the United States. Abdul possesses a strong passion for Web 2.0 technology and in developing scalable IT solutions to increase efficiencies and drive costs down.


The latest posts by Abdul El-Tayef

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August 12th, 2014 by
Abdul El-Tayef

After your business has put time, effort and money into a website, you want people who land on your website to stay a while so that they can get pricing information, shop for products, sign up for email updates, or even just learn more about your busin …

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July 25th, 2014 by
Abdul El-Tayef

Thanks to your experience in remodeling, you know that a remodel can have a tremendous positive impact on the value of a home or a business—but only if the job is done correctly. The same rule applies to your business website. If you take the proper st …

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Website Under Construction.
July 1st, 2014 by
Abdul El-Tayef

Even though there are always ways to improve your landing pages, many small business’ landing pages have the right framework. It’s important to keep in mind, however, that consumer behavior and industry standards constantly change, meaning over time yo …

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June 17th, 2014 by
Abdul El-Tayef

Even though some social media experts say that Google+ is not as influential as other networks such as Facebook and Twitter, the network does boast 300 million active users each month. For business owners who use a WordPress site, Google+ can bring eve …

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web security
June 16th, 2014 by
Abdul El-Tayef

Anyone who has lived through the experience can tell you that having your business website hacked is no fun. After an online security breach, you may have to refund customers for online orders, apologize for a security breach, or even build a brand-new …

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