The coronavirus pandemic is forcing most of us to stay at home and in many case unable to work, but it hasn’t stopped scammers attempting to steal our valuable personal information. They’ve simply adjusted their tactics to use COVID-19 to their advantage.
Apple has just released iOS 13.5, and with it unlocked access to the contact-tracing system it co-developed with Google. However, Colleen Tressler, Consumer Education Specialist at the FTC, is warning that scammers are now using contact tracing as a cover for targeting consumers via their mobile devices.
Getting in touch with people who have been in contact with someone infected with COVID-19 is usually initiated via a text message. But in a post on the FTC website, Tressler warns, “scammers, pretending to be contact tracers and taking advantage of how the process wo… Read More
The Small Business Guide to Podcasting written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing
The term podcasting has become mainstream these days and interest in this medium is on the rise and, rightfully so. Not only is it convenient for listeners who want topics that they’re interested in on-demand, but it’s also valuable for the person or business hosting them.
Below find seven great reasons every business should consider starting a podcast
Getting started is easier than it looks
The secret’s out, podcasting really isn’t that difficult to get started. People often assume that podcasts require a lot of fancy equipment and a large investment, and while you certainly can get to that point, you definitely don’t have to start there.
As long as you have a microphone that works, a way to record a conversation with guests (if you have guests), and a way to share the content with your audience, you’re really all set. Here… Read More
President Donald Trump tried to tell reporters on Thursday that he tested negative for the coronavirus — as in he does not have COVID-19 — but somewhere along the way he morphed into everyone’s favorite regional manager. I’m talking, of course, about The Office’s Michael Scott.
But before we move to Scranton, first Trump. He really got lost in a morass of negative vs. positive when trying to explain that his health was fine.
“I tested very positively, in another sense,” he told reporters on Thursday. “I tested positively toward negative, right? I tested perfectly this morning. Meaning: I tested negative.” Read more…
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If you’re like me, you probably take walking for granted. After all, everyone’s been doing it since they were kids, it’s not a special skill. But what if you could get paid to walk? In this Cash for Steps review, we’ll be looking at an app that offers to do just that. How Does it… Continue…
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In this Textbroker review, I’ll cover how the site works and whether or not it’s legit content writing service where you can make money writing online. If you’re a writer, you’ve likely heard about Textbroker. Look up sites that pay you to write online and Textbroker is sure to appear somewhere in the list. Back… Continue…
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Facebook is going remote and, if Mark Zuckerberg has his way, so are you.
In a livestreamed talk Thursday aimed mainly, but not exclusively, at his employees, the CEO announced his plan to make Facebook a more remote-work friendly company. Notably, Zuckerberg sees the changes wrought by the coronavirus as a business opportunity.
Who better, after all, to build and sell remote-working tools and services than the company that brought us such all-time hits as its enterprise-collaboration tool Workplace, Portal video-chat devices, and the Oculus VR headset? No one, at least according to Zuckerberg. Read more…
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Chinese smartphone maker Realme made a name for itself by selling fairly powerful phones at very low price points, but it never had a flagship that could really threaten the likes of Samsung and Huawei in Europe. That may change today.
On Tuesday, the company launched a new phone called Realme X3 SuperZoom, a flagship that launches in Europe first and hits all the right spots for a price of €499 ($547/£447).
Realme X3 SuperZoom has a 6.6-inch LCD display with a 120Hz refresh rate and a punch-hole cutout for the dual, 32/8-megapixel selfie camera. On the back there’s a 64/8/8/2-megapixel camera whose highlights are Starry Mode for those night photos, and the 8-megapixel periscope lens capable of 5x optical zoom. Read more…
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There’s no denying that businesses should pay attention to their SEO efforts. Without SEO, getting discovered by potential customers becomes fairly difficult. In 2019 alone, Google was responsible for 75%… Read more »
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“Once you overcome the one-inch tall barrier of subtitles, you will be introduced to so many more amazing films,” said Parasite director Bong Joon-ho when accepting the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film. This isn’t just true of films, though. It also applies to highly bingeable K-dramas.
There’s a rich, wide world of captivating stories told in languages other than English, which many people are only just beginning to explore. South Korean dramas in particular have gained increasing global popularity over the past decade, even before Parasite threw Korean stories into the spotlight. Read more…
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