📌”123456″ Worst Password of the Year Again-
Seriously? Yes, apparently people dont learn. And hackers are quite happy. According to SplashData’s Annual Worst Passwords List “123456789” took second place, rising from third last year.
“Almost 10% of people have used at least one of the 25 worst passwords on this year’s list, according to SplashData, while nearly 3% have used the worst password “123456.” The more than five million leaked passwords that made the 2019 list were used mostly by people in North America and western Europe.” – Lance Whitney, writing for Tech Republic
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📌 Top 5 Blockers To Your Productivity (And How To Hack Each One)-
Whatever is holding back your productivity, there are ways to analyze it and work through it. Your client’s need you at your best.
“The bad news is that no one becomes a productivity pro overnight. The good news, however, is that there’s still hope for even the laziest among us. Leveraging known frameworks and results from social science can help you to reach beyond your own innate productivity abilities.” – Lauren Moon, writing in Trello
📌 How To Create Facebook Augmented Reality Ads-
Would you like to encourage users to engage with your client’s products in new and interactive ways, including driving them to make a purchase? Facebook says try Augmented Reality Ads.
“To use Facebook’s new augmented reality ads, you will either need to partner with an authorized AR producer on Facebook’s Spark AR Partner Network to create and upload AR effects on the Spark AR Hub or create your own. Then, you can create your ads with a few clicks in your Ads Manager.” – George Carey-Simos, writing for WERSM
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