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3 Reasons Your Company Should Prioritize Data-Privacy Compliance and Safety Issues

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You’re reading Entrepreneur United States, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. Recently Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Messenger and Oculus went offline simultaneously for six hours, and for the entirety of those 360 minutes, it seemed we were experiencing an apocalypse of sorts. A corollary of the outage was that our manifest reliance on the Internet and social media had become an increasing cause for concern on the part of government regulators.Giant tech companies like Facebook and Google have, of course, amassed unparalleled  private and public sector importance and influence, primarily because of how much data they are privy to, and this has brought these tech giants closer to governmental regulatory crosshairs. As Internet reliance continues to grow, the FCC and other federal agencies are beginning to pay more attention to such matters as data security in businesses of all sizes. Now more than…

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Shopify partners with Microsoft to help merchants expand reach – Amazon Selling

Not too long after Google announced a partnership with Shopify, Microsoft have also announced that they have similarly partnered with the ecommerce platform to help merchants expand their reach by giving shoppers even more ways to access products. Shoppers using Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Bing, and more recently Microsoft Start will now have access to a deeper selection of products from more than 1.7 million Shopify merchants. Using the Shopping tab on Microsoft Bing, and Microsoft Edge, you will now see more diverse products, better prices, and improved discovery of deals. You will also be able to simply check out via the Shopping tab on Microsoft Bing quickly and securely. For Shopify merchants, this partnership will hel

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How to Send a Coupon After a WooCommerce Product Review – Website Tips

Do you want to send your customers a coupon code whenever they leave a product review on your WooCommerce store? Rewarding customers who leave reviews on your online store builds loyalty and leads to more sales. In this article, we’ll show you how to send a coupon after a WooCommerce product review. Why Send a Coupon After a Customer Leaves a Review? Usually when you’re shopping online, you’ll want to read reviews from other customers before you make a purchase. Positive reviews help to build trust and confidence in your business and products, and customers tend to spend more when a business has good reviews. However, many customers don’t leave reviews even when they’re happy with your business. A smart way to encourage your customers to leave reviews is to send a coupon code as a simple thank you. Coupons are a great way to promote your online store and…

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Win £1000 Notonthehighstreet gift card voucher – Amazon Selling

Fancy winning £1000 Notonthehighstreet gift card voucher towards your festive favourites? One lucky winner will receive a very merry prize guaranteed to make this Christmas extraordinary. To be in with a chance, simply use Notonthehighstreet’s favourites folders to create your festive wish list, then fill it with utterly unique gifts, joyful homeware and inspiring festive decor before the 16th of November. Notonthehighstreet will choose a winner at random. How to enter the £1000 Notonthehighstreet gift card competition Sign in or sign up Head to ‘My Account‘ on Notonthehighstreet and sign in, or if you’ve not shopped on the marketplace before then register Create your wish list Head to the Notonthehighstr

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Rare £1 coin with error sells for fortune on eBay – and you could have one too – Daily Star

Are you a rare coin collector? In recent weeks we’ve seen a range of rare 50p coins sell for more than its face value. Previously, a rare Kew Gardens 50p coin sold for a whopping 300 times more than its original amount on eBay. Meanwhile, a Blue Peter coin proved popular too as it flogged for under £300. Now it looks as though it’s not just 50p coins that collectors want, it’s also £1 coins too. Earlier this month a rare £1 coin with a notable minting error sold for £206 online. The coin is a copy of the new British pound which entered circulation in 2017, but a design error meant that it was worth a fortune. You could have a coin with a minting error in your pocket (Image: Getty Images) It is supposed to have a gold coloured outer-rim (nickel-brass) and a silver coloured middle (nickel-plated alloy).…

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