If you’re self-employed (a side-hustler, freelancer, solopreneur, remote worker, or digital nomad), it’s likely that you love the work you do and enjoy the flexibility, autonomy, and work-life balance that such a career offers. I know, because I do too! However, such a work-life style isn’t risk-free, particularly when it comes to your most important piece of equipment; your computer.
Without the support and expertise of an IT department behind you, your computer and the data it holds will be much more vulnerable to threats than would otherwise be the case.
The fourth episode of this business technology podcast is all about Facebook Marketing for small businesses. I'm joined by John Williams from a company called Ads Grow Business. John is a Facebook marketing expert and he shares his expertise in how to run successful Facebook ad campaigns that have a high conversion rate and can help your business to grow.
On 16th October 2018, Google released an update to their Chrome browser. One of the new features to this update is the distrust of SSL certificates issued by Symantec or one of their subsidiaries. Later this year, Mozilla plans to update their Firefox browser with a similar feature.
If your website is secured with a Symantec certificate, your business could suffer greatly because of this change. Please read on to find out why.
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