After a landmark vote on February 26, The Federal Communications Commission officially classified Internet providers as public utilities. The new net neutrality rules were approved 3 to 2 among party lines. The rules ban high-speed Internet providers, such as Verizon, AT&T, and Time Warner Cable, from blocking websites, slowing down content from particular sites, or selling-off faster traffic speeds to the highest bidders.
An effective marketing strategy can often make the difference between making prospects customers and driving them away. It is important to engage your customers early and gain their trust. The key to a strong marketing strategy is to be in front of your customers, so that when they’re ready to buy, they are already familiar with you. Here are some tips on how to engage with your customers on a regular basis:
There are many things on our minds as we enter the New Year. For those of you running a business, a question on the forefront of your mind should be: What can we expect from the world of technology in the coming year? Because technology changes so fast these days, it’s important to be ahead of the game and be ready to adapt to changing times. Here is what to expect from the biggest technology trends in 2015:
Is your free website delivering maximum marketing results, or is your company spending far too much time and money into developing and updating a website that doesn’t lead to new customers? Here are the most important things to consider in order to leverage the most business out of your company’s website: Is your free website delivering maximum marketing results, or is your company spending far too much time and money into developing and updating a website that doesn’t lead to new customers? Here are the most important things to consider in order to leverage the most business out of your company’s website:
The name Heartbleed OpenSSL Vulnerability (aka Heartbleed bug) is as scary as it sounds. Some reports say up to two thirds of all secure websites (e.g. those with a web address starting with a green https://) are using OpenSSL. It has been reported that Google was first to discover the Heartbleed bug that compromised sites including Yahoo, Tumblr, Flickr, Amazon, and other websites relying on OpenSSL for security. This security breach may provide hackers access to accounts, passwords, and credit card information.