Earlier this year, Google announced that it was adding a new ranking algorithm that would measure whether a website was “mobile-friendly” and hinted that those that did not meet the sniff test would be…well, they didn’t exactly say. The deadline for sites to meet the new requirement was April 21, 2015. If you were a member of the elite Google… Continue Reading Mobilegeddon – Mobile Friendly and Google
I have put a link below which goes to a page where I have posted all of the handouts and materials associated with my presentation at WordCamp Maine 2015. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you have about the topic! mainecite.org/wordcamp/
It is interesting to note that many, perhaps most, of the high profile internet security breaches in recent months were due to “social engineering.” As Wikipedia defines it, social engineering is “…psychological manipulation of people into performing actions or divulging confidential information.” Perhaps the most popular social engineering method is “phishing” which usually involves the use of fraudulent e-mail (or… Continue Reading Gone Phishing?