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SaaS websites need to be special.

There’s always a temptation to focus heavily on what your software does: the technology used in your processes, the features of your offering, etc. Those things are great – and they can serve as validation of your offering’s value.

But it’s important to put your own preconceptions aside when you’re designing your SaaS website. If you don’t intentionally work to view your website from an objective perspective, your site will almost certainly have too much jargon, be too complicated to navigate, or even miss your target demographic entirely.

With that in mind, here are four questions to ask when designing and building a website for your SaaS company. These questions will give you the perspective you need in order to find out if your website design is optimal.

1. Does your SaaS website make a great first impression?

Here’s a fact that keeps web

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My Hero Academia has had a very busy weekend thanks to its news drop on season five. Fans were given a hefty update on the anime’s upcoming season not long ago, and it seems a new report has fans eyeing more updates. After all, it seems a brand-new domain has been registered in Japan, and the site has to do with our favorite heroes-in-training.

The news came to light over on social media thanks to users such as Atsushi101X. It was there netizens were informed a mysterious domain was registered over in Japan. The site itself is heroaca-ex, but the page is locked at the current moment.

As you can guess, this news was met with wild speculation from fans. Netizens were quick to theorize about a future movie or spin-off anime. After all, My Hero Academia does have quite a few side manga series out there. That isn’t

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Tesla’s battery day has come and gone, leaving many experts scratching their heads over what they saw. Instead of the anticipated “million mile” battery we got a series of plans: a plan to manufacture Tesla’s own battery; a plan to process the raw materials; even a plan to mine its own lithium.

And while some of those plans sounded genuinely impressive, some experts were left with the impression that Tesla was headed into uncharted waters without a clear sense of direction.

“I came out of it with a confused message about what they’re doing with the [battery] supply chain,” said Vivas Kumar, Tesla’s former battery supply chain manager and currently a principal at Benchmark Mineral Intelligence, during a post-battery day webinar.

The Verge reached out to a battery researcher, an automotive expert,

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7 Common Questions About SEO and Content

September 28, 2020 | seo | No Comments

Content marketing and search engine optimization (SEO) go hand in hand like chocolate and peanut butter. And I often get questions from clients and potential clients about how SEO fits into their overall content strategy.

This used to throw me for a bit of a loop — because I am NOT an SEO expert. So I hired Meg Casebolt of Love at First Search to join our team, and she’s taught me a TON about how content marketing and SEO can make beautiful music — and results — together.

Here are some of the most common questions I get about content and SEO and some brief primer answers.

How do I “do SEO” for my blog posts?

This is such a broad question — but generally speaking, the way we “do SEO” for a blog post is first to do some keyword research to know which keywords we want to

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A survey of responses from more than 30 companies to questions about how they’re approaching EU-US data transfers in the wake of a landmark ruling (aka Schrems II) by Europe’s top court in July, which struck down the flagship Privacy Shield over US surveillance overreach, suggests most are doing the equivalent of burying their head in the sand and hoping the legal nightmare goes away.

European privacy rights group, noyb, has done most of the groundwork here — rounding up in this 45-page report responses (some in English, others in German) from EU entities of 33 companies to a set of questions about personal data transfers.

It sums up the answers to the questions about companies’ legal basis for transferring EU citizens’ data over the pond post-Schrems II as “astonishing” or AWOL — given some failed to send a response at all.

Tech companies polled on the issue run the

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Beenu Arora is the CEO of Cyble Inc, a SaaS-based solution offering cybercrime & deepweb intelligence and third-party security scoring.

Cybersecurity readiness has many benefits, but unless it is complemented with the right controls, that knowledge won’t stop malicious characters from breaching an organization’s security walls. According to a 2019 Juniper Research report, the cost of data breaches is forecast to rise from $3 trillion each year to $5 trillion by 2024. This is particularly important for large organizations that rely on third-party services to conduct their core operations. A 2018 study by Opus and Ponemon Institute found that almost 60% of companies experienced a data breach linked to a third-party vendor.

For example, in 2019, Quest Diagnostics announced the breach of 11.9 million patients’ information through its third-party bill collections agency. A more recent example comes from digital banking provider Dave, which in July disclosed a breach

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Answers to Your Mobile Banking Questions

September 28, 2020 | technology | No Comments

By Chanelle Bessette

As the Covid-19 pandemic leads banking customers to lean into online technology to manage their money, those trying online banking for the first time may find themselves with questions about how to handle things previously done in person or with paper documents.

If you’re stuck on how to handle some of the practical aspects of online banking, here are answers to common questions.

Should I save monthly statements?

Experian  (EXPGY) , one of the three major credit bureaus, recommends keeping bank statements for tax purposes to confirm your income or deductible expenses. If you do end up using your statements for your taxes, you may want to hang onto your statements for up to seven years in case the IRS decides to audit you. Even if your bank keeps digital records of your statements, you may want to print or download your statements just in

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If you are searching for answers on how to get a bigger penis naturally, you know that it is hard to do any research without encountering advertisement after advertisement for this pill, that cream, this gadget, and that surgery. Perhaps you have been stupid like I once was and wasted your money on that garbage. Or perhaps you are just tired of all the overblown hype and want real answers about how to make your penis bigger naturally without having to put your faith in something that you know is going to be a letdown.

Because I have been exactly where you are, I have a good feeling about what questions are on your mind and my goal is to set you straight and lead you in the right direction.

Without further adieu, here are the questions I hear most often about natural penis enlargement:

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