is it too good to be true? Then it is!
by K - a day ago
maybe its a chinese replica
by p!nk - a day ago
Like so many things in life, you have to exercise common sense. In this case, you first see the price. $20 for a decent, brand-new laptop that sells for several hundred dollars anywhere else. Your common sense should be screaming at you, "IT'S A SCAM NITWIT!". Next, look at the seller information. The name is "llooooll" with zero feedback. Yeah, this must be legit. Are you really that gullible?
by WiseOne - a day ago
4 Ways Tech Will Transform Shopping
Serial entrepreneur and investor Karim Hijazi has an insider’s perspective on cybersecurity, hacking, and botnets. As CEO of...
Landing Page Design: Rules Of Thumb Your Boss Expects You To Know
A landing page is a webpage that encourages visitors to your site to download a digital offer (an eBook, tip sheet or white...
A Franchise That Develops Leaders Was Just What This Military Veteran Was Looking For
Franchise Players is Entrepreneur’s Q&A interview column that puts the spotlight on franchisees. If you’re a...
The Best Google Analytics Reports For Improving Your Website
Google Analytics isn’t just for knowing how much traffic your website is getting, your top pages, and how your traffic...
How to Leverage Social Media Marketing to Enhance Brand Recognition
You would be hard-pressed to find a professional who will tell you that social media marketing is a newfangled idea that...
6 Essential Elements Of A Modern Website Redesign
New technologies, tools, advancements in mobile, and the power of social media have altered the online landscape over the...