Cyber security isn't just for someone else anymore. As we become more connected and more mobile, we expose ourselves and our data to more potential hackers and thieves. The folks at VPN service Hotspot Shield have put together this infographic to help educate us all on better protecting ourselves from being hacked.
Halloween is long past being a holiday just for kids. More and more adults are embracing the opportunity to dress up and have fun for Halloween. Here is a look at how Halloween affects the economy. How will you be celebrating today?
So you want to join the social media tsunami. Welcome. However, like any good marketing platform, it's best to know who you are speaking to and target your message towards that demographic and psychographic audience. The folks at Surety Bonds put together this infographic showing some of the social networks and who uses them.
As we approach Halloween it's time to dust off this infographic from the folks at Confused.com about how social media has turned us into social zombies with our posts and checkins, etc. Do you agree we are all digital zombies?
Once again we bring up Mark Twain's quote "The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated" in discussing SEO. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has changed dramatically over the years, but is far from dead. As Google works hard to make SEO more human oriented and less susceptible to deception and coding pranks, many have declared the death of SEO. Google, Bing, and Yahoo have worked hard to make search results more intelligent and more relative to the subjects you are actually seeking. There are still plenty of people and companies out there selling their versions of SEO snake oil, but for most of us, good web building practices and providing new and compelling content (blogging for example) is what will help drive the search engines and web traffic to your website. Here is an infographic from the folks at SEO Book showing how SEO is still important and still alive.