Guide for Enhancing Online Presence for businesses/Non-Profit
• Build a modern, mobile-friendly website.
• Blog: You can optionally create a blog on your website and update it with relevant content and trends in your industry (It is important to keep the blog regularly updated).
Why it’s important for small businesses to have a website
According to Google, 97% of consumers use the web to search for local businesses. Hence, you will not be found if you are not online. All businesses, no matter how small, should have a website. As a matter of fact, having a strong and visible online presence is a crucial component of your marketing strategy, […]
How do Search Engines Work?
Web Search Engines search for information on the World Wide Web and FTP Servers. The search results are generally presented in a list of results and are often called hits. The information may consist of web pages, images, information and other types of files. Some search engines also mine data available in databases or open directories. […]
Why you should Embrace Responsive Website Design
pecial Offer: Take advantage of 30% Discount on Responsive Websites (Offer Valid for 90 Days Only) Responsive design changes web page content to better fit smartphone and tablet screens, essentially optimizing content for mobile devices making it easier it is to read content, and click on links or shopping carts, this essentially means more traffic […]
What are the Security Advanced Threats?
Advanced threats are the various ways in which a determined adversary (hacker) engages in targeting and attacking an organization, whether it is for financial gain, intellectual property theft, intellectual collection or competitive advantage or is intended to harm an organization’s reputation. Typically includes techniques, tools, and social engineering tactics hackers use to compromise organizations.
What does Phishing mean?
Phishing is an illegal attempt to “fish” for and steal your private, sensitive information. Identity Theft Phishing is basically an attempt to steal your identity. Under false pretenses, criminals trick you to disclose sensitive personal information, such as credit card numbers, account passwords, or social security or social insurance numbers. One of the most common phishing scams […]