The best way to protect the website of your small business is with frequently changing, high-quality passwords. Learn the basics of password security in part 3 of this RevBuilders Marketing blog.
Last week, I taught you a few things about how to get your small business’ website back online after a hacker had gotten in and messed with a few things. Whatever they did, it did not represent the best interests of your company, so we went in and fixed it. However, now that we have your site back up and running, we turn to the more important topic: How to keep a hacker from pulling the same stunt on you again in the future.
When your small business website is hacked, it can seem like a major disruption that will cost you sales. It doesn’t have to be, though. In this post we discuss how to quickly get a hacked site back online.
A good press release can mean lots of free publicity, while a bad press release means wasting a lot of time and possibly money. However, when first starting out, many businesses do not pursue the press release as an option as a result, believing that it requires money to create a release that will gain widespread circulation.
RevDay – which was March 15th – was an absolutely wonderful time for us at RevBuilders. I look forward to having another RevDay.