Phishing scammers use every ruse they can think of to trick people into disclosing their sensitive information. And, website owners are among those targeted.
If you blog, you probably use bulleted or numbered lists at least occasionally. I use them a lot.
Friedrich Nietzsche reportedly observed that “All truly great thoughts are conceived by walking”.
Internet Service Providers (ISPs) like to tell customers how lightning fast their service is compared to that of other companies. But, of course, in the real world, the actual Internet speed you get will often not live up to the ideal promoted by your ISP.
If you manage multiple Google Accounts, it can save time if you can switch between these accounts quickly and easily.
If you use Gmail a lot, you can considerably speed up your workflow by using keyboard shortcuts.
Search engine giant Google is increasingly pushing website owners and managers to install SSL certificates if they have not already done so.
Recently, I was having a conversation with a friend about website development and I mentioned that I now use WordPress for all of my sites. “What is WordPress?”, he asked.
Making the WordPress login experience more interesting is very simple and only takes a few seconds.
The web is awash with information. Much of this information does not fit our individual tastes, interests, values, or worldview.
I find that I’m more productive if I keep my desk uncluttered, know exactly where everything is, and discard or store stuff that I never use.
You can automatically monitor the web for any new news or blog articles that discuss topics you are interested in.
If you have domain names registered for your business website, keep an eye out for scam emails that try to trick you into registering further domain names that you most likely do not need.