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Roundup This week we wrangled with alleged Russian election meddling, hundreds of millions of username-password combos spilled online, Oracle mega-patches, and cliams of RICO swap-gangs. While all that was happening, here are a few more bits and bytes of infosec news. Swipe right… to steal private info for Safari It seems a new weakness in
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So you’ve decided 2019 will be the year you start a blog and make money from it, but you don’t know where to begin. In this guide, we’ll look at the basics of getting a blog up and running, and some methods you can use to monetize it. We’ll start with the basics of choosing
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When it comes to building online reputation, Google is king. It is estimated that over 90% of consumers Google a business before financially engaging with it. The good news is that if estate agents have secured positive reviews and third-party websites have said good things about them, their online reputation will be secure.  
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When we asked marketers what tools they were planning to use in 2019, we received more than 70 responses with nearly as many tools. They run the gamut from keyword research, site audits, backlink analysis, and content ideation to scheduling, testing, editing, link-building, outreach, and email marketing. And that’s just to name a few. While
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Even now that the Bitcoin bubble has long since popped, increasingly desperate cryptocurrency (crypto) fans are still exhorting the virtues of the technology’s supposedly rosy future. Given crypto’s lack of intrinsic value beyond what it takes to mine it, however, such exhortations appear to be little more than desperate ‘hodlers’ (holders of crypto) seeking to
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The Internet giant designed a censored version for China search engine to blacklist information about human rights, democracy, peaceful protest, and religion. (Image Credit: Wikimedia) Google’s offices in the US, UK, Canada, India, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, Sweden, Switzerland, and Denmark witnessed renewed protests by human rights groups over its plan to re-enter China through
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The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Finding a satisfactory pair of headphones for the gym has always been a game of compromises. Some have great sound but poor ventilation, others might slip around once
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The homely smell of wood smoke is the first thing we get walking in the simple glass door on a stretch of street where everywhere else is dark. Chef Keelan Higgs has the hearth blazing down the back of the long narrow room. He’s coaxing embers into a brighter glow by fanning them with a
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If you buy a new iPad Pro right now from Apple, you’re going to pay full price. This obviously shouldn’t come as much of a surprise considering Apple almost never discounts its products. That’s why you shouldn’t buy this stuff at Apple! Instead, head over to Amazon where you’ll find that every current iPad Pro
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Last year, for the first time in my life – as well as the last – I looked up Christina Perri in Google search from my mobile phone. I was intrigued by Perri because someone mentioned her to me in a conversation, and I wanted to know more. I knew my Rolling Stones but not
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