Early Online Impact of GDPR

As we have reported before, Europe’s General Data Protection Rule (GDPR) went into effect on May 25, 2018: It seeks to protect the personal data of EU citizens. In addition, it increases the obligations of firms that collect or process personal data. Thus, this rule does not just apply to firms based in the EU, […]

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GREAT Tools to Assist You in a Job Search

Two weeks ago, the following information was posted. If you are in a job search, these tools are VERY useful for you. In case you missed it, we are publishing the post again. _______________________________________________________________________ When searching for a job, are you effective? There are many excellent digital tools that can assist you in undertaking a […]

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How to Be Better in Your Job Search

When searching for a job, are you effective? There are many excellent digital tools that can assist you in undertaking a better job search. As Maria Onzain writes for Tech.co: “Do you feel your job hunt efforts are inefficient? Do you want to jump-start your career but not sure how to do it? Using the […]

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Avoid Risky Password Behavior

Do you have only one password for all accounts? Do you use only lower-case letters in your passwords? Do you enter your password when the URL begins with http (rather than https)? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you are leaving yourself wide open to identity theft and the hacking […]

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Women in Business

Here is some value information on this topic: Womenable.com has a large number of infographics. Click here. Gender Equity Index. Click here. State of Women-Owned Businesses. Click here. A One-Women Firm Goes Global. Click here. Women, Especially Women of Color, Fueling Business Startups. Click here.  

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More Bad News on Our Privacy

As we have noted several times (see, for example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), the hacking and theft of people’s vital information remains quite rampant around the globe, despite some technological advances. To show how bad the situation is, consider this recent Russian example reported by Eric Auchaud for Reuters: “Hundreds of millions of […]

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Are You Current with Your Social Media Jargon?

We sometimes LOL when watching a funny movie, ask for questions with AMA (Ask Me Anything), DM when talking to someone on Twitter, and so on. So, are you ready for some new jargon? Here are several social media terms from Jennifer Beese, writing for Sprout Social: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ A shrug expression often referred to “whatever,” […]

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What’s the State of Healthcare Information Online?

A lot of us look for healthcare information online (sometimes, we even get too much information related to maladies that we or loved ones have acquired). After all, there so many sites out there. With this in mind, let’s look at the infographic prepared by Luth Research: [Here are] “stats about today’s health-related activity taking […]

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Tracking Marketing ROI

Many companies find it difficult to measure the ROI (return on investment) of various activities, including those activities conducted via the Web. Marketo has recently published an E-book titled: Solved Mysteries: Tracking Your Content Marketing ROI: “Is your content’s ROI a mystery? You won’t need a detective to solve the case! In this E-book, we’ll […]

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