Archive for the ‘Mobile Computing’ Category.

 

Monday 05 June, 2017

6 Ideas for Segmenting Your Email List

Email marketing programs have features that allow you to segment your list and this is a great feature to take advantage of. You can segment your list to offer each subscriber only the offers and content they want. This makes your marketing better targeted and it brings better results. There are a gazillion ways to […]

 
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Tuesday 18 April, 2017

How Dangerous is Peer to Peer File Sharing?

You’ve probably at least heard of peer to peer (P2P) file sharing networks, if you haven’t used one yourself. They offer a free and convenient way to get music, games, movies and other content. But aside from the moral and legal ramifications, peer to peer file sharing is also dangerous. It can infect your computer […]

 
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Monday 20 March, 2017

Niche Down – How to Get Specific

Online, niche is everything. The internet allows people with very specific interests to connect with like-minded souls and find the products they want. For an ecommerce store or internet marketer, the more specific a niche you choose the better. You’ll have a smaller group as your market, but they’ll be avid and primed to buy. […]

 
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Wednesday 01 February, 2017

Distributed Denial of Service Attacks and How They Can Ruin Your Day

Distributed denial of service (DDoS) is one of the most common types of online attacks. It comes in many different forms but the basic idea is the same – it floods a network with data to keep a host from connecting to the internet. How it works is that hackers take over multiple systems usually […]

 
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Wednesday 18 January, 2017

The Sidejacking Threat – Why You Should Be Extra Careful on Public Wi-Fi Networks

You might want to stop using that unsecured Wi-Fi network at your local coffee shop. It could cost you your personal identity, passwords, sensitive financial information and much more. The threat comes from a hacking technique called sidejacking, also known as session hijacking. This is a particularly dangerous type of hacking attack that you’re at […]

 
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Tuesday 20 December, 2016

The Apps Act and Why So Many Developers Are Against It

In May, Representative Hank Johnson introduced The Application Privacy, Protection, and Security Act of 2013, also known as the Apps Act. The purpose of the act is to increase transparency regarding how developers collect, use and store the personal information of their app users. The idea is to protect consumers’ privacy. It lays out rules […]

 
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Wednesday 23 November, 2016

How to Lower Your Shopping Cart Abandonment Rate

Are your customers going all the way to checkout and then abandoning their carts at the last minute? If you have an alarmingly high abandonment rate, don’t panic. In online shopping, they tend to be high. People abandon their carts for many different reasons and not just because your store sucks and at the last […]

 
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Monday 18 July, 2016

The Affluent Online Shopper

Are you an ecommerce business that sells high-ticket items to affluent shoppers? If so, here’s a round-up of recent studies on how the affluent set shops online. High Internet Use Affluent shoppers are the hardest to reach through traditional advertising methods like television and magazines. But the good news is that they’re hardcore online shoppers. […]

 
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Monday 20 June, 2016

Earning Trust Online – How to Make Your Ecommerce Customers Feel Safe Buying from You

One of the major challenges in getting an ecommerce business off the ground is to build trust and credibility. People are wary of buying products online. But if you can earn your potential customers’ trust, they’ll buy from you without any anxiety at all. Clearly Present Your Privacy Policy Your privacy policy and how all […]

 
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Monday 13 June, 2016

How Can You Trust the People You Work with Online?

If you have any kind of online presence, you’ve surely been approached by people on the internet offering you services or business opportunities. It’s an obvious fact that a fair number of these people are con artists and scumbags. It’s incredibly easy to create a fake persona and rip people off online. So, how do […]

 
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