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Online Business Coaching Has Arrived!!

Monday, January 31, 2005 Online Business Coaching Has Arrived!! Yes, the moment you’ve all been waiting for! OK, maybe you haven’t been waiting for it, but it’s still here… I’ve been preparing to launch “Online Business Coaching” for months. It will now lie at the center of the “SisterBleach” website and Magazine. Everything I’ve been working for is now realised… Almost. I do have some additions to the program that will come in the next few months. I am working feverishly on a new eBook about the Internet and Online Opportunity. I will also be releasing training courses an Online Business Basics … And maybe 1 or 2 other things or more… Littered with really great info to help you succeed online! My target date for completion is March 1, 2018. But no promises! I have a feeling I’m going to be very busy. Oh! And whoever takes advantage of the “Online Business Coaching Membershp” before the release of the eBooks will get a copy for no additional charge! “Online Business Coaching Membership” will also include bonus Master Resell Rights to some courses and deals on some products related to your endeavors… Enough Typing. Go check it out! Learn more at my site here: “Online Business Coaching“ ‘Til next time… Go Make Some...

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Is someone watching you online?

Is someone watching you online? The security risks of the Internet of Things Internet connected devices like webcams are the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the Internet of Things. DAVID BURILLO/Flickr, CC BY-SA Patryk Szewczyk, Edith Cowan University and Nikolai Hampton, Edith Cowan University The range and number of “things” connected to the internet is truly astounding, including security cameras, ovens, alarm systems, baby monitors and cars. They’re are all going online, so they can be remotely monitored and controlled over the internet. Internet of Things (IoT) devices typically incorporate sensors, switches and logging capabilities that collect and transmit data across the internet. Some devices may be used for monitoring, using the internet to provide real-time status updates. Devices like air conditioners or door locks allow you to interact and control them remotely. Most people have a limited understanding of the security and privacy implications of IoT devices. Manufacturers who are first-to-market are rewarded for developing cheap devices and new features with little regard for security or privacy. At the heart of all IoT devices is the embedded firmware. This is the operating system that provides the controls and functions to the device. Our previous research on internet device firmware demonstrated that even the largest manufacturers of broadband routers frequently used insecure and vulnerable firmware components. IoT risks are compounded by their highly connected and accessible...

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A new way to fix those frustrating websites

A new way to fix those frustrating websites Some websites can drive you crazy. Flickr/Jonathan Brodsky , CC BY Michael Kearney, CSIRO and Sarah Dods, CSIRO How many times have you been looking for information online, only to find yourself going round and round in circles? Or you’ve spent too long poking around a website trying to find what you need, only to realise you’ve been looking in the wrong place all along? Whether it is doing your banking, looking up details of a flight or checking out some government services – if a website doesn’t work the way we want it to, it can be a very frustrating experience. It might seem like a first-world problem but the reality is our expectations around service delivery are changing. More than three quarters of Australians prefer to access services electronically and we expect those services to be faster, adaptable and available whenever and wherever we desire. This is why, more than ever before, service providers need to understand how people use their digital channels and make sure that their design is efficient, user-friendly and fit for the purpose. Creating digital communities It’s not only businesses that need to have a savvy online presence. Digital service delivery is increasingly relevant for the public sector. The Australian Public Service ICT strategy 2012 – 2015, states that digital technologies will be used to...

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Why Use Google Adsense

Undoubtedly, you’ve heard about Google’s AdSense and you are thinking about giving it a go. But is it really worth placing an AdSense banner on your site? The answer is a definite yes. You could always have some other banner on your site, or even use some search of affiliate ad program and that would probably make you some money, given of course that your site enjoys a healthy amount of visitors. However with affiliate marketing, it is expected that the visitor from your website completes a sale before you are remunerated. But that’s nowhere near what you get for using AdSense. There are people who earn in excess of 100.000 dollars per year by using AdSense. And it doesn’t just stop with making more money. Firstly, the ads are text only. That means they’re by far less obtrusive on your visitors then your average, flashy banner that’s designed to catch the eye of the visitor. Sure, you’ll have to ensure they get better placement, so as to be noticed but despite that they don’t bother viewer’s as much as traditional ads. Think about the many sites you’ve seen using pop-ups, floating banners and many other schemes that will have visitors screaming in anger every time they visit the said website. You can actually do better then that, annoying people less and still making an amount of money. Secondly,...

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Upgrade to core HTTP protocol

Upgrade to core HTTP protocol promises speedier, easier web Now with added “2”. Download Now/Shutterstock Peter Maynard, Queen’s University Belfast Hypertext Transfer Protocol, HTTP, is a key component of the world wide web. It is the communications layer through which web browsers request web pages from web servers and with which web servers respond with the contents of the page. Like much of the internet it’s been around for decades, but a recent announcement reveals that HTTP/2, the first major update in 15 years, is about to arrive. The original HTTP protocol was the protocol first used by Sir Tim Berners-Lee at CERN where the web was created in 1991. This was improved over many years and finalised as HTTP 1.1 in 1999, the current standard used worldwide. Over the years the web has changed dramatically, introducing images, complex style sheets and Javascript code, Flash and other embedded elements and more. The original HTTP was a simple protocol for a simple web, it was not designed to handle increasingly media-rich websites. For example, Google handles 40,000 web searches per second every day. To handle the pressure of serving billions of internet users, the company’s technicians launched a project in 2009 called SPDY (pronounced “speedy”) to improve HTTP. Originally only for internal use, other sites fielding heavy traffic such as Twitter, Facebook, WordPress and CloudFlare also implemented SPDY having seen...

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