Last week, following the recent TalkTalk hacking scandal we discussed the various ways in which Hackers can attack your account. This week following last nights BBC Panorama on hacking, we continue the discussion and reveal how to prevent hacking scandals from happening in the first place.
Yesterday we couldn’t help but notice everyone sharing the Evening Telegraph's news article ‘Why Peterborough is becoming one of the UK’s best cities to live in’. Being that we’re based in Peterborough, we couldn’t agree more.
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How long have you been waiting for a ‘dislike’ button on Facebook to no prevail? Well, Mark Zuckerberg might not cave to the ‘dislike’ button, but he is prepared to offer you the next best thing... Facebook Reactions. It’s more than a like but not quite a dislike...so what actually it is? ...well it is a strip of 7 emojis (6 excluding the famous ‘like’) that represent different emotions so you can express more empathy on your friend’s posts. Now if a friend posts a sad post... there’s an emoji for that. If you see a funny post ... there’s also an emoji for that!
You may have noticed that you are now experiencing a Chrome https issue as your site is causing access problems for your WordPress site – for this you can thank a new Google Chrome update. It was picked up here this morning after a systematic look at a client site, so after a few checks, Gary and the team jumped into action.
Back in 2004, in the earlier days of Brave Creative, it didn't matter if your website was brochureware or ecommerce, SEO was a lot easier. Most people didn’t actually understand what it was, and you only had to try to explain to someone the way Search Engine Optimisation works to watch their eyes glaze over. SEO was mainly based around ensuring that the keywords were included in as many places as possible, and as often as possible. While this wasn’t necessarily “best practice” there were no real repercussions from it, since Google had no idea how to stop people from breaking the rules. Tools that gave sites their SEO scores were only based on how many times these targeted terms were included in each area. Link building was basically just about submitting to directories, and the biggest problem was how time consuming this was, so tools were soon available which allowed users to bulk submit to as many directories as possible. Luckily, SEO isn’t like this anymore. No one worried about the user experience, how the site looked, if it was readable, helpful, or even better than the sites that were ranked lower.
We are delighted to announce that we have yet again been given our RAR (Recommended Agency Register) certification for 2015! The Recommended Agency Register is an organisation that helps to reduce the risk and resources involved when searching and selecting the right marketing suppliers for your business.