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Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
4 years ago
Moving Scams: How to Avoid Being Ripped Off

Each year a large number of people are scammed by companies or individuals posing as a legitimate moving company. There are also several types of moving scams run by what appear to be otherwise legitimate companies, which can be very costly for consumers. What you need to know.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
Can Emails Get You in Trouble at Work?

Some employees use their work email address for non-work messages which is convenient, but can cause problems. It's wise for employees to watch what they say on company email because tasteless or inappropriate emails can result in problems with the boss - or in worst-case scenarios - fired.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
4 years ago
A Look at the Rise and Fall of AOL

America Online emerged as a technology powerhouse back in the 1990s. With everyone getting "connected" as the Internet became publicly available, without a doubt this company dominated the scene. However, a lot changed in the 2000s for the company. Fast forward to 2014, what about its future?

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
Importance of Researching a Company Before the Interview

People who are looking to land a position, either in general or in a specific market niche, are wise to carefully research companies before applying. Reasons why it is important to research a company before the job interview.

Technology
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
You Can Get Free Stuff Online, But is Anything Truly Free?

Tapping into the power of the Internet to distribute freebies is a great way to try and gain a competitive edge over other companies. As a result, there are a lot of legitimate items to be found available to consumers - most at no monetary cost at all. But is there a cost?

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
How to Be Prepared for Business Disasters

Disasters are not one of those things you can plan for on any precise level, however, there are ways to be reasonably prepared. This way, in the event an unexpected catastrophe occurs, the devastation can be minimized to some extent.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
Don't Get Snagged by the PayPal Phisherman

Since PayPal is so popular, the scammer realizes if he or she sends out mass numbers of email posing as the company, there is a strong chance the recipient uses this website. With the large number of phishing emails sent out, the probability is high at least a few people will click.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
4 years ago
Why Businesses Can Succeed Through Corporate Social Responsibility

There are many facets that equate to success in today's world. One of the keys to success in today's business climate is to discover an effective way to balance profitability with social responsibility and reap the benefits of both worlds.

Technology
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
Why You Should Be Careful Clicking on Links in Emails From Paypal

PayPal is one business that is frequently impersonated by phishermen because the company has a large user base and, as an additional attraction for the scammers, happens to deal in money.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
Why Do Customers Turn to Social Media to Complain?

Businesses have long had to revamp their marketing plans to include social media for a number of reasons, including visibility and customer service. Due to a hugely incredible ease of sharing and rapid visibility on social media, many customers routinely turn to their preferred networks to get themselves heard....

Home & Garden
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
Avoiding Post-Disaster Repair Scams

"Storm chasers" are people who seek to get work, but end up ripping consumers off. They either don't deliver the services promised or they ask for payment before starting work and then go MIA, taking the cash with them.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
Setting Up a Social Media Policy in the Workplace

A social media policy in the workplace is a way to establish boundaries and also ensure every member of the organization is on the same page where using social media is concerned.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
4 years ago
What is a Moving Scam?

Every year thousands of people in the United States are scammed by movers who present themselves as legitimate companies, but are anything but genuine. These fraudsters will use a number of tricks to scam people out of their money. Here's what you need to know.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
Why Do Some Product Launches Fail?

Companies typically do not go through all the effort and trouble with an intention to fail, but despite this, many products do fail. This has even happened to some of the best-known name brands.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
Scam Alert: When to Flee from 'Free'

Today, consumers can get many products online, free of charge, by providing some personal information that is valuable to marketers. Others may want people to take a survey to highlight their personal preferences. But not all offers are as good as they seem.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
4 years ago
Are Some Businesses Putting Too Much Risk on Personal Data?

Today's businesses are highly data driven, and the information compiled from consumers is a valuable commodity. Unfortunately, often businesses are liberal with the information they derive, however, do they always necessarily take due care in protecting your data?

Lifestyle
by Leigh Goessl
4 years ago
Ways Food Labels are Deceptive

While governments require food labels to carry tight criteria, the rules relating to other types of claims are not too clear. Companies often find ways to meet requirements but may or may not be entirely straightforward. This article seeks to demystify some of these types of labels.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
5 years ago
Cybercriminals Target Third Party Vendors

As evidenced by the evolving trend of hacking, combined with an increased level of corporate partnerships and dependencies, no company, large or small, is immune to a data breach. Cybercriminals are getting savvier, even using third parties to access systems, and businesses have to work hard to stay ahead of this curve.

Technology
by Leigh Goessl
5 years ago
How Copy Machines Can Contribute to Identity Theft

Copy machines are handy devices, but are also a serious risk when it comes to data breaches. This article takes a look at the ways exploiters can use the sensitive data stored in copy machines.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
3 years ago
5 Skills Employers Look for in Employees

As employers begin the recruiting process they often have a pretty good idea of what kinds of skills they are looking for in potential employees. As an applicant you'll want to try and match these ideals in order to land specific jobs.

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