Author: Aaron Brandley

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Every E-Commerce Business Needs These 3 Policies

If you have an e-commerce site or are thinking about starting one, there are a thousand and one things to stay on top of. As a smart business owner, you’ve already set your e-commerce...

online security

The UK Is Taking Online Security More Seriously

Online consumers and social media users in the UK are finally realizing that they are at risk of identity theft and cyber attacks. According to ESET, this realization has prompted many of them to...

online traffic

How Do You Get Your Online Traffic?

If you’re an online e-commerce business owner, you need to understand how to get online traffic. The four sources of online traffic are Direct, Organic, Non-Organic, and Paid. Direct Traffic Direct traffic is one...

SWOT

Why Analyze Your SWOTs?

The simple answer as to why you should analyze your SWOTs when starting any new endeavor or when reviewing old ones (whether or not they were successful) is to improve your potential for future...

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Next Step in Mobile Security: Iris Recognition

In a few years, thanks to iris recognition technology, we may never need to remember another password to access our laptops, tablets or smartphones. Iris recognition is an automated method of biometric identification that...

e-commerce blog posts

How to Get Content for Your E-Commerce Blog Posts

Happy, loyal customers are the life-blood of your e-commerce business. A great way to get and keep more of them is through an engaging e-commerce blog. Even the most creative writer can run out...

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Walmart May Invest in E-Commerce Giant Flipkart

Walmart May Invest anywhere between $750 million and $1 billion into India’s Largest E-Commerce Site Flipkart. In the last week of September 2016, Fortune.com reported that Wal-Mart Stores is in talks to buy a minority...

Online e-commerce security

After Hack, Yahoo! Offers Online Security Tips

By now, most everyone has heard about the 500 million stolen accounts from Yahoo!’s network in late 2014. If you had an account with them, your name, email address, telephone number, birth date, passwords...

Yahoo hacked in 2014

Yahoo Finally Confesses: 500 Million Users Were Hacked

Experts say it could the biggest hack ever in terms of scale. In comparison, a LinkedIn hack in 2012 affected 117 million accounts, and it was announced earlier this year that 360 million MySpace...

Three Website Security Tips for Your Online Business

More businesses are taking their products and services online than ever before. Consumers, for the most part, are feeling safer about completing online transactions – especially with businesses they trust. But some entrepreneurs in...