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Is Your Site Secure?
By: KC Morgan
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  • Is Your Site Secure?
  • Account Registration and Verification
  • Data Encryption/Protection
  • Security/Privacy Policy

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    Is Your Site Secure? - Data Encryption/Protection

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    Your site shouldn’t just keep your customers safe. Don’t you have a lot of information and hard work on your pages that you’d like to preserve? Many companies offer virus protection software for small, medium and large businesses. These packages will often include anti-spam and spyware protection, as well as network security, Web protection and email security. With this sort of protection, you can keep all of your own important Internet data secure.

    Search for online protection companies offering business-toned packages, which are more likely to include the features your professional site needs.

    Packages by McAfee, for example, are business-oriented and include a whole host of features and tools made for your protection. You’ll also get data encryption tools to protect everything you have stored on your site, allowing you to add another level of security for your visitors and your pages.

    Electronic Payments

    Not getting as many buyers on your site as you’d like? Try offering electronic payments as well as traditional credit card processing. Many online consumers are familiar with online payment services and sites. This buying option makes many buyers feel safer, more secure and protected, in their purchases. They’ve used electronic payments before; it’s a very easy method, and such sites always boast their own highly secure safety features. Most electronic payment sites (such as PayPal, pictured below) are easy to incorporate into your own pages through a single link.

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