In today’s digital world, the home buying process continues to evolve, affecting buyers’ path to purchase and ultimately conversion. By understanding the digital real estate landscape, brokers can get ahead by adjusting their advertising strategies to target consumers where they are spending their time.
As a site owner or even just as an Internet user, you may have heard whispers about SSL lately. A tech-savvy friend might have stressed the importance of using “secure sites”, or you may have seen an article announcing Google’s new favouritism for SSL. Maybe you read about the Heartbleed incident a few years back.
You may have brushed those mentions off. After all, what does some vague technical acronym have anything to do with you?
But the truth is this: SSL keeps your business safe.
How? It is an Internet security protocol that is used to encrypt information as it travels between the website server and your customers’ computers. This prevents mischief-makers from intercepting, reading, or changing that information as it travels.
SSL (which stands for Secure Sockets Layer; you can read more about it here) isn’t a new thing — it’s an established and reliable technology that’s been around for decades. It gets adopted more widely every year as the Internet gets bigger and more threats — from minor Internet vandals to malicious hackers —arrive to take a slice.
The sooner it’s on your website, the sooner your customers — and you— can reap the benefits.
The Internet gives every business a chance to achieve success. As a certified Google Partner, Radar Hill is inviting you to join us for a free Google event where you’ll hear from digital marketing and advertising specialists about the latest insights into the healthcare industry. Continue reading
How do you get more business from your website visitors? Use Google Analytics to create detailed reports about website traffic, and measures conversions and sales. It is the most widely used website statistics service. Continue reading
Recently a friend of ours received an ominous email, purportedly from Gmail, indicating that his email account would be shut down. How could you tell if it was legitimate?
Here is what he was sent: Continue reading
Google I/O is Google’s annual technology conference in San Francisco, where developers from all over the world gather for a front seat to new technologies and the chance to play with Google software and tech.
Use the livestream below to watch the Keynote, tune into presentations, and get an early peek at some of the newest Google developments.
Google is helping celebrate Small Business Week with 5 Days, 5 Ways To Succeed Online, with 5 ways to boost your business online during this very week.
While Google’s sweepstakes are limited to entries from the United States, Radar Hill offers services to businesses here on Vancouver Island that assist with every one of those 5 steps. Plus we’re Google certified, so you know you’re getting it done right. Continue reading