I follow people to enjoy their feed or to give them support... then you get the dreaded auto dm. Follow me on XYZ platform or BUY THIS NOW! I don't know about you but I get sick and tired of the spam messages in my direct message folder.
Kudos to Twitter for working on this in a more blatant upfront manner. Watch the video below to learn more or direct message me @TonieBoaman
LinkedIn did the full release to everyone now of their Quick Connect Scan Code and this is how to get yours!
Open the app on your phone; Click on the search bar icon for "more options" which opens up the next part.
This is the LinkedIn Code Reader or how to download your own "My Code" . Note at the bottom you can scan from photos.... I would use this during conferences and speaking gigs here myself.... How would you use it?
Here is the finished product of which you can keep the photo with the code or download without the photo option. Feel free to test it out and connect with me for more tips over the years of all sorts of digital media and business.
I will try to type this with more of the digital / social media aspect vs only for businesses in general; otherwise we would be here all month trying to explain everything. Let’s start with the meanings then work toward the breakdown of why businesses over the world need to pay attention.
We see websites all the time with plain old Http at the start. So why does any of this even matter to anyone? As it stands right now a very low percentage *29% of ALL the websites have Secure Sockets Layer. (*NetTrack) Think about this for a moment;
over 1 billion websites on the internet and 710,000,000 of them are unsecured. Here you are typing in name, address, phone numbers, ID or even your banking information. Think of membership sites that have 3rd party logins. Then on top of it you have the forms and documents you might upload onto a site thinking it’s secure.
So how do we figure out if a website is more secure? When typing in the address you will get warnings that pop up or flash from both Firefox & Chrome who are doing this even more this year. Two other ways to see if a website is secure; most will start with Https or look for the Lock Symbol at the start of the browser. Green Lock means whole site is secure and Orange can mean a few different things; certificate not current or only part of the site might be secure. Red of course means no security.
Why does any of this truly matter for you the business owner?
PS: Where to check if your site's SSL / TLS is current? TEST YOUR WEBSITE FREE
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