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How to Setup Spam Settings in Apple Mail!

Posted By giriu 934 days ago on Software

http://www.uslsoftware.com - Have you ever received an email from a Nigerian prince promising 50% share on Billions of diamonds? Of course. We all have received that. And unless, you recently joined this trend of emailing, you know it’s not true. Although, I daydream constantly about that email being authentic, I know it’s not. It’s spam: one of […]The post How to Setup Spam Settings in Apple Mail! appeared first on USL Software.

5 Tips for Making Money With Affiliate Programs

Posted By erikemanuelli 934 days ago on Blogging

http://www.freemakemoneyadvice.com - If you own a blog or website, you have the potential to make some easy money. You might have a blog that you use to share your stories. Or maybe a website that allows customers to learn about your business. In any case, you can use your site to generate profit with affiliate marketing. Here are a few tips that can get you started.   1. Cater to your audience You don’t want to promote any and every product on your website. You need to cater to your audience. For example, you might have a website that offers advice to

Drive Sales from Content with Openr

Posted By supermonitoring 934 days ago on Marketing

https://www.supermonitoring.com - The modern online space is ruled by articles. People are information hungry. They wish to read about and practice good habits, food choices, lifestyle decisions, work ethics, and everything else as other people like them.

How to Weigh Up Location Options for Your Startup

Posted By ivanpw 918 days ago on Business

http://www.smbceo.com - So, you’ve decided to launch a startup. While it can be easy to direct your attention towards your product, your customers, recruitment and resources, location is one of the most important factors to consider when in the setup phase. This is something that you definitely should not rush, as a decision made with little thought can end up impeding your success.Finding the perfect location is challenging to get right the first time around, regardless of how much research you conduct. We now have offices in the U.S., UK, Australia, the Philippines and Poland, but this took a lot of ground work, changes and mistakes along the way to find the best spots.…

100 Percent Renewable Energy: 100 Percent Possible, 100 Percent Happening

Posted By renewsable 918 days ago on Environmental

http://renewsable.net - Over the past couple of weeks, a much-needed conversation about moving to 100 percent renewable energy has exploded into the national spotlight. Unfortunately, the focus has largely been on personal disputes and deep-in-the-weeds debates among folks who basically agree instead of a productive conversation about how we can get there. There are no lack of […]The post 100 Percent Renewable Energy: 100 Percent Possible, 100 Percent Happening appeared first on Renewsable.net.

Fonts Used In Famous Logos (With Download Links)

Posted By fershid 660 days ago on Design

https://digitalsynopsis.com - Ever wanted to know the names of the fonts used in the logos of famous brands like Adidas, Calvin Klein, FedEx, Gillette, Jaguar, Lufthansa, Omega, Rolls-Royce, Visa, etc.? We’ve compiled an alphabetical list of 60 well-known logos with their corresponding fonts and download links.

In some cases, the fonts have been tweaked or edited from their original form to create a customized wordmark. In those cases, we’ve listed the closest possible font that matches the logo. Check out the list here.

Use This Unique List of Sites To Overcome The Fear of Public Speaking

Posted By AceyG 660 days ago on Business

https://www.atouchofbusiness.com - This page contains hand-picked resources we have put together to help you overcome the common fear of public speaking. Have a look & start improving your speaking skills today
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https://www.buildthis.io/a/best-domain-name-generators/

Posted By Jasoncpf 596 days ago on WebSites

https://www.buildthis.io - Whether you’re thinking of starting a travel blog or want to set up an online store for your business, you’re going to need a website. More importantly, you need to register a name (or domain name) for your brand and it needs to be catchy!

You’re probably thinking to yourself, “Why do I need to think so hard about a domain name? Can’t I just go with what I have?”

You could, but then, it probably wouldn’t be a good domain name. And if you want your blog or website to succeed, you going to have to come up with a good domain name to go along with it.

4 Tips to Help Your Small Business Prevent Cyber Crime

Posted By ivanpw 1280 days ago on Blogging

http://www.noobpreneur.com - The need for more complex security practices and strategies is clearly needed for today’s business due to the growing adoption of cloud and utility computing services. There are often headlines… Read more »(c) Noobpreneur.com

[RESULTS] Biggest WordPress Hosting Survey to Date – The Good, Bad and Ugly of WordPress Hosting

Posted By erikemanuelli 1280 days ago on WebSites

http://www.codeinwp.com - What you're about to read are the results of our 2016 WordPress hosting survey - aka. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of WordPress Hosting.

Handling Life Changes and Transitions

Posted By openforest 1266 days ago on Health

https://openforest.net - Life changes and transitions are a part of life, and we face them at different times in our lives. Some changes come from natural ends, some are opportunities, and others...
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Can You Be Held Liable If Your Website Gets Hacked?

Posted By erikemanuelli on Blogging

https://www.webhostingsecretrevealed.net - Crime against businesses, services and retailers doesn’t usually involve physical businesses as much as it used to. Instead, what we find is a rise in cybercrime from both “freelancers” and hacking syndicates. They want sensitive user information to sell to identity thieves (or use themselves).

Yet, what about the legal consequences to businesses that fall victim to these attacks? Do they have a responsibility to protect information? And what is the extent of that responsibility?

The short answer, it depends.

Let’s look at a few previous cases and breaches to better determine your risk.