What I Love About Internet Marketing Have you noticed something lately about online Marketers? It’s something very cool and exciting and it’s building momentum at a rapid pace. Most of the marketers that I surround myself with are placing their focus on providing value, mindset, personal development and personal branding. The consistency of this new […]
This weekend I had one of my websites defaced. I was very relieved to find that the support team where it was hosted got the problem sorted in a short time.
My pleasure was short lived when I woke up yesterday to find that it had been hacked and even though I removed all my plugins and themes the website was still down. I had to back up all my posts so I wasn’t feeling too happy.
Then lo and behold I got a phone call with some happy family news and I realized that the hacking incident was nothing more than a bleep.
A few minutes later, I got another message from support and they were able to sort out the website and get it back on line.
My roller coaster weekend taught me a good lesson about keeping themes and plugins updated. I didn’t realize that if you don’t you make it easier for the hackers to access your website. So now I am passing the message on and hoping it will save somebody else the hassle.
The second lesson was just a reminder about how differnt my life is now that I have a family.
Do you watch training videos. I have made it a daily habit to watch at least one training video. I have learnt a lot from this one strategy. It doesn’t have to take a lot of time e.g. this training only lasts for less than 15 minutes.
I prefer the step by step trainings that show the practical steps which if followed will increase your sales or conversions. When you find a helpful video don’t forget to subscribe to the marketer’s videos by pressing the subscribe button below ever video. Hope you find this useful.
Iva – my daughter-in-law told me that when she came to my home for the first time she was amazed by the number of books I had and also the fact that so many of them were about self development. My books tell the story of my life – most of my books are about the interests and passions that I have had over the years. I treasure them and when I found my mother three days before her hundredth birthday I discovered that she also had a large collection of books which I inherited from her. They also tell a story of the years that we were apart and I hope that my young grandsons will also treasure our books and learn as much or even more than we did from them.
During the last year of her life (she lived until she was almost 104 years old) I wrote the story of my life before I met her and the events that led up to our miraculous reunion. I read the book to her and it helped her to find out more about who I was and make up for the years we had missed each other. So now I can really say that my life is an open book.
Mindset and reading are a very important part of the eight core commitments that we are all expected to follow in my opportunity but that is not what this blog is about..