Why Does A Hacker Hack Your Website?
Many people think of a hacker as some sort of bedroom based geek who has nothing better to do than cause mayhem, and some are, but in most cases this is far from true. Hackers are often large groups of people employed to to get information, they work from modern office blocks in countries far away and are paid on results. Some work for organised criminal gangs to gain access to sensitive data such as Credit Card numbers, email addresses and other personal data and once they get this data they sell it on to other organised crime gangs. Its big business and sadly, growing at an alarming rate and seems an accepted part of internet life that will only get worse.
Do You Really Know About Social Media?
With Social Media becoming an essential part of all marketing strategies, it’s becoming increasingly obvious that more companies are misunderstanding the difference between “doing it” and knowing what you’re doing.
These days anybody can set up a Facebook or Twitter account and schedule a few tweets, but when it comes to understanding strategy that’s where you need a specialist.
For example, did you know how frequently Facebook changes its algorithm? Are you aware of EdgeRank, what it means and how it impacts where you feature on your friends/followers timeline? And what about hashtags?
Lincolnshire's Very Own “LORD SUGAR” Is CEO of Ellmore Consultancy Dan Ellmore.
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Is it time to talk to your inactive customers?
Do you ever think about that percentage of your marketing list that didn't click through from your latest email campaign? What about those who didn't even open it? They are on your list for a reason, perhaps it's time to re-engage with them.
Stopping Small Businesses Making A Hash Of It
New Website and Social Media Work with Bully Banks
Bully-Banks was created in December 2011 by a small group of business owners in the UK each of whom had been mis-sold an IRSA, to co-ordinate complaints by the owners of small and medium sized businesses against the conduct of Banks when mis-selling Interest Rate Swap Agreements (“IRSAs”).
As of the end of January 2013 Bully-Banks is a campaign group of over two thousand members. The members are the owners of over one thousand small and medium sized businesses in the UK each of which has been mis-sold an IRSA by their bank.
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