Archive for May 2014

 

Friday 30 May, 2014

Facebook Malware – Facebook Spreads Trojan through Mobiles

A new Trojan malware program has been identified that can infect mobiles through Facebook. Once infected, it can gain valuable data such as financial and personal information. The malware program was discovered by anti-virus vendor ESET. How the Trojan Works The malware is a program called Qadars. It injects rogue JavaScript code onto Facebook pages […]

 
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Thursday 29 May, 2014

Customer Feedback – How to Respond to Your Customers

Customer feedback is extremely valuable for your business. It tells you exactly how you’re doing straight from the horse’s mouth. There is no better data or analytic you could hope for and, best of all, it’s incredibly easy to get customer feedback using the internet. One challenge, however, is that most people don’t leave feedback. […]

 
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Wednesday 28 May, 2014

Affiliate Marketing Basics – How to Motivate Your Affiliates

When you’re running an affiliate campaign, you need your affiliates to be out there selling. But sometimes they aren’t as active as you’d like them to be. They may sincerely want to sell your product but for a variety of reasons they’re not getting it done. This is when it’s time to light a little […]

 
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Tuesday 27 May, 2014

Google+ Isn’t Dead

Some recent changes at Google+ have led internet pundits to proclaim its death. They’re saying Google’s shot at social media supremacy is dead in the water. If this is true, it’s really bad news for marketers who have invested time and energy in using the site to reach their audience. But “Google+ Is Dead” is […]

 
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Monday 26 May, 2014

Tips for Developers – What Are the Most Secure Programming Languages?

There are a number of reasons why a developer might choose a particular programming language. The reason might be that it’s deemed the fastest or easiest option. They may simply choose a language they’re the most familiar with. Another common consideration is security. Which Language Is Most Secure? If you want to get a flame […]

 
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Friday 23 May, 2014

PayPal Scams and How to Avoid Them

Scammers are now using fake PayPal email messages to deliver viruses and worse to your computer. If you use PayPal, you’ve probably gotten a few spam messages along those lines already. These are email messages that appear to be from PayPal. They say that there’s some type of urgent action you need to take. There’s […]

 
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Thursday 22 May, 2014

How to Keep Twitter Viruses at Bay

In the last few years, hackers and cyber-crooks have been investing more and more of their shady time to attacking social media accounts. Why? Because everybody now uses sites like Twitter and Facebook, and this gives them lots of opportunities to wreak havoc. Another reason is that most people don’t realize yet that there are […]

 
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Wednesday 21 May, 2014

4 Incredible Twitter Gaffes and the Tough Lessons Learned

Twitter is a great way to communicate with your customers. It’s also a great way to shoot yourself in the foot, make a drooling idiot of yourself, and lose a thousand loyal customers as quickly as you can say ‘retweet.’ One inappropriate comment or technical screw-up can send you spiraling downward into a PR disaster […]

 
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Tuesday 20 May, 2014

Sizing You Up – Price Customization Software

Have you ever walked into a store and gotten the feeling that the salespeople sized you up and based the price they offered on your appearance? For example, they took one look at your watch and decided you could pay a bit more for their products than the guy/gal before you? This happens much more […]

 
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Monday 19 May, 2014

Price Customization Software – Is It Ethical?

Here’s something that may surprise you. When you book a hotel room with a website like Orbitz, your search results may show you a higher price than your neighbors. Why is this? It’s because of the websites you’ve been visiting and the way you’ve been shopping online. Price customization software is a tool offered to […]

 
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