More and more businesses are selling their products and services online. Some are doing it in tandem with their normal brick and mortar premises, and others are making the switch to a fully digital only store front. Whatever the reason, there is no better time to start selling online.
For the past number of days, Google has begun rolling out updates to its Internet browser "Chrome" to version 68. There are a number of cool updates and improvements on version 67 but the most notable is the headline grabbing SSL cert issue. In a nutshell, if your website doesn't have an SSL cert, Chrome flags it as not secure.
Running a business, especially a start up or a smaller scale business is stressful and challenging. The modern business operating environment has so many more hurdles and challenges than it did over a decade or two ago. The good news is that for all the extra work created by the internet, it also serves up some pretty neat solutions. We break down our list of some essential tools (ranging from free to cheap) that every business owner needs to utilise to succeed in the modern day market.
Just like you should do your research before buying a house, or a car or anything in life, a website is no different. One thing that does set it apart from a lot of other services or products is that its virtual - It's not tangible so it can be hard for people not in the industry to get to grips with the basics. The following is a brief guide to some of the most common terms and concepts you will face when making the decision on what type of website you want.