It’s great to be able to be connected everywhere we go, although I am very happy there is a way of shutting these things off!
These days, you can do your business virtually anywhere, but there is something we all need to be aware of that all of these tools have in common: Malware.
Malware comes in many forms. It can be as innocuous as a small snippet of software called a “cookie,” set on your computer to keep track of your surfing and clicking habits on a website. Every time you log in anywhere, cookies are used. Most of them are not malware, per se, but they do load up on your computer, and if you never dump your cache, can slow your device down.
Malware, the kind we really need to be aware of, can be code that loads on your computer and collects information on all you do. This is called spyware. It can collect all kinds of data from your computer that you want kept private, in some cases including passwords and banking information.
I would like to answer this question as it is a common question being asked on the Adlandpro blogging community. First off we need to give a name to the process of putting your blog or site content onto another site and its called content syndication. Content syndication is a method where people can put their post or article on many websites or directories and While there is a debate going on as to the value of this style of “content creation”, the fact is it is done on a daily basis. The reality from my perspective is that having the same content being put on a multitude of websites is not going to be valued as high as unique content and Google says that content that is deliberately duplicated across domains in an attempt to manipulate search engine rankings or win more traffic will be dealt with accordingly.
Conversions – what does that mean? And How do I get them?by Dave Cottrell
Conversions came up a while ago in a blog article where someone said, “Everyone keeps talking about conversions and I don’t even know what that means.”
Simply put, a conversion is when a visitor to your website responds positively to your call to action. In the case of affiliates or online stores, that means they buy something from you.