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Are Chip-and-PIN Cards Worth It? Cost-Benefit Analysis of EMV Compliance

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Should you migrate to EMV now or later? With the October deadline near, here's all you need to know about costs, security and everything else related to chip cards.
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10 Places to Find Free Images for Your Website

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Here are ten free places where you can find free images to use in your online content.
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How to Make Your Online Visitors Push the Buy Button

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No matter how many visitors come to your website, if they don't make a purchase before they leave, your marketing efforts were in vain.
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Does Your Business Need Better Internal Controls to Prevent Fraud?

Most small-business owners don't think fraud will happen to them. The truth is that a small business is more likely to experience fraud than a large company.
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How to Use Split Testing to Improve Your Online Sales

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To run a profitable business, website owners need to increase their conversion rates and sales. One method is to conduct split testing. Learn how.
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Complete Guide to Protecting Customer Data

Posted in TECHNOLOGY AND SECURITY

Protecting customer data should be priority number 1. From instituting data retention policies to creating smart response plans, learn about it here.
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Engagement and Social Business: Navigating Google and SEO in 2015

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SEO is usually focused on Google's search algorithms because of its overwhelming market share. Get SEO tips and SEO changes we can expect in 2015.
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Don’t Let Zombies Eat Your Business: 6 Tips for Online Safety

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IT consultant Max Nomad found out about internet attacks the hard way: “In 2007 my own website got hacked and trashed by a zombie botnet."