Hello everyone, it's that time of year! Decorations, and gifts, spending time with the family and singing Christmas carols. Cooking a big feast, and visiting all those relatives you haven't seen since last Christmas!
It's a fun time of year, but it can also be stressful too! It's all too easy to get caught up in the treadmill of running around trying to buy a thousand presents for everyone you know and all their acquaintances too! You can run yourself into a frazzle if you let yourself.
I do hear the stories of all those trying to break into the business of internet marketing getting “yanked” around by Gurus. I can't say I've been there myself in this industry, but I've seen it going on, heard about it from my clients, and have experienced it at other times in my life. I do understand how frustrating it can be to want to go one way, be dragged another, and have a tug-o-war going on over who gets to yank you around.
It's no fun and it kills enthusiasm, creativity and productivity. It kills the spirit to succeed.
With all the security issues from the past few weeks, it's kind of taken my focus away from my primary area of concern, which is web development. Well, it's time to fix that with what I learned on a webinar hosted by LeadPages last Wednesday, December 17. It covered topics about the fastest and most effective list-building techniques that started late in 2014 and are expected to be the hottest trend for 2015.
You will be seeing these techniques showing up here over the coming days and weeks.
Yesterday I told you the story about a how my friend's computer was filled with malware, and crashed because of it, and went over some basics of how to protect yourself from it, but didn't really go as deep as I would have liked into what to do if your computer's already infected. So today, that's what I'll cover. In this post I'll cover:
Last week I wrote an article about Security and just yesterday I had to help a friend and business partner clean some nasty malware from his computer. In fact that was the 2nd time in the last 3 weeks that I had to help him with malware infestations on his computer.