Sometimes when we want to challenge an injustice or right a wrong, we face up to the perpetrator, and tell it like it is. This can work if you can identify a single individual or group to address, and it certainly can make us feel better. But what happens if the injustice is systematic or . . . → Read More: Pigeon Loft Metaphors and IE6
A warning which is currently circulating in security circles concerns a Spear Phishing attack masquerading as a company virus warning. The object is to trick users into installing malware on their computers which would compromise their security.
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The Leprechaun Repellent Keyphrase Guarantee is a popular Search Engine Optimization (SEO) example given by SEOs claiming the moral high ground in the search for customers. So What has Leprechaun Repellent got to do with SEO anyway?
Leprechaun Repellent and SEO If you are looking into SEO companies, then you probably already know that your . . . → Read More: What has Leprechaun Repellent to do with SEO?
Have you been having trouble with Spam from your Contact Page on your WordPress blog? This is a quick way to Block Spam from a WordPress Contact Page.
Every good website has a Contact page to ensure that users can get questions answers, and customers can engage before buying goods and services. The trouble is . . . → Read More: Block Spam from WordPress Contact Page
OK so we have seen SEO, so what is Conversion Rate Optimization or CRO? In the language of Internet Marketing, the process of improving the experience of the visitor in order to convert them into a paying customer is called conversion optimization, or sometimes conversion rate optimization.
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The hot news on the blogosphere at the moment is the revelation that a Keylogger virus has infected the drone plane command centre at Creech air force base in Nevada.
Keylogging (or Keystroke logging) is the action of tracking (or logging) the keys struck on the keyboard, typically in a covert manner so that . . . → Read More: Keylogger virus infects drone plane command centre