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Google Exploit: Canonical Negative SEO

A new negative SEO attack method has been discovered. What makes this exploit especially bad is that it is virtually impossible to detect the attacker. There is no way to recover if the attacking website is unknown.So far, Google is remaining silent on how they intend to proceed to close this exploit in how Google ranks and de-ranks web pages.It is noteworthy that this exploit has been observed but not...

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Effective Risk Management Starts With Better Decision-Making

PHOTO: Vlad Sargu How can an organization ensure risk is appropriately considered in decision-making? As I have been saying for quite a while now, decision-making is where risk is taken. We want decision-makers to consider all the potential consequences of a decision (in fact, all the potential consequences for each option on the table) before making an informed and intelligent judgment. We...

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Google’s ‘Self-Destructing’ Emails, Cisco Pushes Spark Into WebEx, More News

PHOTO: Naren Morum Google is reportedly giving the web version of Gmail a major redesign. Mountain View, Calif.-based Google hasn't yet made an official announcement about the release, but TechCrunch shared early previews of the new inbox as well as reporting that G Suite users received a letter earlier this month saying the new look will be available in the coming weeks, with...

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What Makes a Good WordPress Contact Page? Breaking It Down

The contact page is a critical part of every WordPress site. Sure, you could place social media links in a top sticky bar, include a live chat down below, and embed a contact form on relevant pages. But visitors know that, if there is a means by which you can reach the company in person or in the digital space, that information can be found there. Contact pages aren’t just a...

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