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Also responding to feedback and visitor concerns is a good way to establish digital trust.
Ignoring complaints and customer privacy while selling data is a recipe for disaster.
Your site is not GDPR compliant btw. yet you have visitors from the EU (me e.g.).
You could get sued, especially as you use third party tracking cookies without consent.
The first step in building digital trust is not invading the privacy of your visitors.
Your site has 11 potential trackers installed, Google and Facebook among them according to Privacy Badger by the EFF.
Actions speak louder than words.
Good topic to read. nice share!
thanks for sharing that!
Women, and not corporations, would be the initial targets for DeepFake.
This is indeed a timely share, online security is an important thing to look carefully in small business.
I too can relate a similar incident you underwent, sometime back my site too passed through such a malware attack and with the help of a friend I could fix it by totally shifting from a so-called reputed hosting platform.
Thanks for sharing these amazing digital tools to overcome common business obstacles.
I appreciate your time.
It's certainly tough to be a small business owner today, but those are really helpful tips to make us aware of the problems, and tools to lighten our load.
I too fell prey to hackers - several years ago - and it was so bad that I had to move my hacked sites elsewhere to seal the leak. I was really lucky though, because my new hosting company fixed the hacking as part of the on-boarding process. They said they'd never seen a site so badly hacked.
Glad you got your sorted out too.
Glad you found it helpful. Yes, the application process is also a great method to keep control on your side.
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