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If you decide for whatever reason to change your Twitter name, you should be able to do so with losing your web identity. Reasons can be numerous, maybe you originally had separate personal and business Twitter accounts and wish to merge them, or perhaps you changed your business name, or are the type of person that just likes to change things up. No big deal…it turns out you can do exactly that following just a few simple steps.
Security of your WordPress installation, specifically the admin panel, should be a top priority. Recent attacks on WordPress plugins have reinforced how critical it is to have solid security measures in place. Here are 3 easy plugin-free steps to help thwart any attacks
Many people do not know this but gmail does not recognize dots as characters within a username. This means your email address, firstname.lastname@example.org for example, is the same as email@example.com…. Read more »
With all the recent news on security breaches and hacked websites, ensuring your online passwords are secure is a serious matter. A good rule of thumb is to change online passwords once every 90 days. July 1st marks the halfway point of twenty-eleven, which means you just got done changing them for the second time this year, right? If you have not changed your passwords at all in 2011 you are opening yourself up to an attack.
With Facebook the proven strategy for small businesses is to spread the word organically (and keep doing it) to introduce people to your Page and to your company.