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[13 Jun 2012 | One Comment | ]
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Last week’s leaked LinkedIn password scandal is just another in a stream of PR disasters that companies occasionally have to deal with. About 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords were allegedly posted on a Russian hackers’ web forum, and experts are advising all LinkedIn users change their passwords on the site, as well as any other website where that password may be used. LinkedIn did confirm that passwords had been compromised but failed to confirm the number of passwords affected by the breach. Only time will tell how LinkedIn will recover from this, but they are just one of many businesses who [...]

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By now, most people are familiar with the popular “Eat This, Not That” food craze that shows you healthier alternatives to some of your favorite dishes. With the holiday season here, you probably know by now which dishes to avoid. But, what about alternatives to different holiday traditions? If you’re looking for a different way to tackle some tasks this holiday season, here are some great alternatives. Holiday Cards Sending a holiday card is an easy and inexpensive way of showing those who live near and far that you’re thinking about them during the holiday season. You could throw a [...]

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Giving gifts can always be a challenge, especially for people who seem to have everything. Putting gifts in stockings can be even more difficult, but it’s also a place to have some fun. While you can always stick with candy canes in the stocking, you can also feel free to get a bit more creative and give some gifts that will have big impact on that person. Since stockings are usually checked after all the other gifts are open, you can even surprise someone with a bigger gift that would normally go under the tree. Phone Cases and Protectors – [...]

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[13 Jun 2012 | One Comment | ]

Last week’s leaked LinkedIn password scandal is just another in a stream of PR disasters that companies occasionally have to deal with. About 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords were allegedly posted on a Russian hackers’ web forum, and experts are advising all LinkedIn users change their passwords on the site, as well as any other website where that password may be used. LinkedIn did confirm that passwords had been compromised but failed to confirm the number of passwords affected by the breach. Only time will tell how LinkedIn will recover from this, but they are just one of many businesses who [...]

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Google’s Matt Cutts Warns Against Buying Links (Way Back in 2007) With Google’s Penguin update, the search engine makes good on Matt Cutts’ 2007 statement that sites that purchase links may be penalized more in the future.

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If you own a website, when is the right time to redesign? Most marketing experts agree that companies should redesign, on average, every one to three years, but there are other signals that it may be time for an upgrade. Check out this infographic for some solid information about how a site redesign could help you get more traffic and, ultimately, more revenue: