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How to promote your SMB on Facebook for free

How to promote your SMB on Facebook for free

The words “free publicity” bring joy to the ears of many SMB owners. You don’t have a big marketing budget, so you need to find ways to cut costs as much as possible. Luckily Facebook has you covered. There are several ways you can promote your business on the world’s biggest social network that won’t cost a dime.

Live video: a free way to reach new customers

Live video: a free way to reach new customers

Having direct access to customers is a gold mine for SMBs and with the increasing popularity of live video services it’s just a matter of deciding what to broadcast. The strategies for live broadcasting are very different than pre-recorded video and it’s important to reevaluate how you’ll present company information in this medium.

2016 MSPmentor 501 Results

The 2016 edition of the MSPmentor 501 results have been released, and we are excited to announce we have been identified as one of the world’s top managed service providers for the second year in a row! We have been listed at number 219 and are classified as a Tier 1 Total Service Provider.

Ransomware

By Nico Gazzano - Chief Information Officer

Unless you’ve lived under a rock for the past 4 years, you’ve undoubtedly heard about ransomware.  Names like Cryptolocker, Locky, CryptXXX and KeRanger make up a handful of the many iterations of malicious software that have the ability to restrict access to the infected computer system by encrypting any and all files that it is able to get a hold of.

Are your site’s images hiding an attack?

Are your site’s images hiding an attack?

As more and more content management services are released to aid SMBs in online marketing, security risks also increase. One such helper is the image processing service ImageMagick. And while it has proven useful to countless businesses, it is now something you should be concerned about from a security standpoint.

Understand these 4 types of hackers

Understand these 4 types of hackers

Why do hackers attack? Is it for money, notoriety, or political reasons? Many business owners never ask these questions, and instead only think about the means of how a cyber attack takes place. But knowing the motive behind a hacker’s attack can help you understand whether or not you’re a target and what data you need to protect.