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5 Key Rules in Split-Testing Websites

Testing multiple versions of a website against itself is a reliable way to gather data and boost conversions online. In this article we reveal five key concepts to keep in mind when split-testing. Read more

Using LinkedIn Analytics to Generate Leads

Everybody knows that you can view the profiles of recent visitors to your LinkedIn profile. But what if there was a way LinkedIn could tell you who visited your website recently? Read more

Hacking Twitter Growth for Social Influence

Even if you’re not “relatable”, or “up on pop culture”, you too can hack your way to Twitter growth and success. Read more

What is Inbound Marketing?

Inbound marketing is every agency's flavour-of-the-month, and focuses on creating material that attracts attention on its own merit. But what are the benefits for business? Read more

4 Quick Hacks to Write Better Copy

Learning to write well requires patience and skill. But for us mere mortals, here are four simple rules anybody can use to write clear, compelling copy. Read more

Ensuring Socially-Optimal Investment in Cyber Security

Torn between standards and regulatory options, tort law, forced disclosure, the collectivisation of cybersecurity, and doing nothing at all... what should government do? And what should responsible businesses be lobbying for? Read more

Moving from Dropbox to Resilio

Dropbox is a trusty tool used by teams and businesses around the world to communicate. But is there anything better? We explore Resilio's viability as a replacement. Read more

Recommended Password Managers

Password managers allow users to generate unique, random, secure passwords across an unlimited number of websites and save them securely. But which password manager should you use? Read more

Protecting Against Spearphishing Attacks

Spearphishing attacks are a growing threat to businesses of all sizes. Safeguarding against such attacks can be boiled down to basic, good internet hygiene. As in real-life, however, this is often lacking. Read more

Enabling Multi-Factor Authentication

‘Multi-factor’ authentication introduces one or more layers of security atop a username and password to protect devices and accounts against unauthorised access. We've collated links to a range of service-specific implementation guides which you can find here. Read more

Generating Secure Passwords

What do secure passwords consist of, how can they be automatically generated, and how can they all be remembered? These questions answered and more. Read more
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