Month: November, 2016
Everyone at one point has received an unsolicited email. Most of us know that cleaning them up from our inbox is as simple as clicking the unsubscribe button at the bottom of the page.
However, what most people don’t know is that clicking on those emails can get them into some serious trouble.
If a spammer sends you an email that looks legit, you may wind up giving away personal information about yourself when you decide to opt-out of his fake mailing list. Worst of all, you could grant him with the opportunity to send you some malware, though obviously not everyone who emails you is out to grab your personal data.
If you’re serious about growing your business and building brand awareness, there are many ways to do this in the digital age including SEO, email marketing, blogging, creating videos, etc. However, social media is by far the dominating force, and Facebook stands above all others in terms of reach. You simply cannot afford to ignore Facebook when it comes to marketing your business.
The Secret To SEO
There is none. The truth is, SEO is not that complicated. Like everything else in life, there are in-depth tweaks that will aid in fine-tuning your SEO strategy. However, about 90% of the time, it’s just a process of putting out good content on a regular basis, doing what feels right, and testing to figure out what works and what doesn’t. With this being said, beware of companies who say that they have “inside knowledge” or something that “nobody knows about”. Instead, focus your efforts on giving readers something worthwhile and make your content feel like a natural extension of your business.
Your email account is an open door to your personal life. This makes it the perfect exploitation tool for hackers and cyber criminals. From bank account information to social media logins, a person’s inbox can be filled with private data that can be used to cause great havoc on one’s life. It’s no wonder why hacking an email account is so common. With this being said, here’s what you can do to improve your email security.
If you’re like most people, you’d pick the first one.
That’s not just a random statement. As a matter of fact, in a recent survey by Verisign, 9 out of 10 people said that the first email makes a business look more credible.