Don’t Get Hooked: How to Recognize and Avoid Phishing Attacks – #Infographic

Phishing attacks are by no means a new issue, but rather one that has plagued individuals and businesses for many years. In fact, the 2016 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report found that 58% of incidents involving compromised user credentials utilized phishing attacks. As these attacks…

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How To Avoid Being Replaced by A Robot [Video]

Hear that metallic clatter off in the distance? It’s the sound of self-driving cars, package-delivering drones, voice-activated digital assistants, hospital robots and countless other machines waiting to take over your job.

Yes, the bad news is that the age of automation has arrived. But the…

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How to Use Psychology to Target Your Buyer – #infographic

The common theory is that people are driven by one side of their brain: the left side, which is considered logical and analytical, or the right side, said to be intuitive and subjective. No matter which dominates a buyer’s behaviours, both matter when it comes to purchasing decisions.

Customers…

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This was the year we turned on social media

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With each passing day comes yet another reason to question the notion that the long arc of the universe bends toward justice. However, this year, in particular, has made it resoundingly clear that – regardless of the direction of that arc – the process by which it bends manifests with stuttering jolts and fits. Things seem one way to many people, until, for whatever reason, all of the sudden everyone realizes they’re not. 

It is a similar reckoning that has befallen the do-no-wrong darling of the tech industry: social media. Long heralded by its profits as a digital panacea for our fractured world, services like Facebook and Twitter have instead come to both represent and fuel our darker natures.  Read more…

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(via Solution Saturday: I’m a Junior Manager but Should be…

(via Solution Saturday: I’m a Junior Manager but Should be a Director)

Don’t expect to be a Director if you aren’t already doing most of the things a Director does.

Titles come to us after we do the work.

You earn a title because you’ve already demonstrated you can do the job.

Titles provide validation. They also provide more authority.  But, to earn the title you’re already fulfilling most of the position’s requirements.

The 10-Step Small Business Website Checklist – #Infographic

Nowadays everything is instant – instant messaging, instant results, instant gratification – catching the attention of a new visitor / customer has never been more challenging. These days you barely have a minute to prove to your visitors that your website is worth sticking around for, which is why…

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Can You Really Make Money with Affiliate Marketing? – #infographic

When Tim Berners-Lee invented the hypertext webpage, he envisioned a world of shared information. It didn’t take long for businesses to realize that the web was a new shopping platform too. In fact, years before the web, in 1989, the first ever internet affiliate program was born when William J…

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