Back in the day, it was really easy to protect your belongings. All you needed was a solid lock and a solid door. Today, though, we've got lots of digital treasures stored on our devices. And I'm not just talking about your kids' pictures! We also use credit cards and various passwords to access our bank accounts online, to give you an example. And all this information travels through the air if our laptops or computers use a wireless network.
To make things even more complex, all Wi-Fi security protocols have proven to be vulnerable so far. Sources from Data Alliance state that the soon to be released WPA3 will replace the Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) with the Counter Mode Cipher Block Chaining Message Authentication Code Protocol (CCMP), which continues to encrypt data using the AES algorithm, but also offers the option of utilizing fixed encryption keys.
There are many different factors that need to be considered when you are setting up a pay per click marketing campaign. One of the most important things, however, is what takes place AFTER the person clicks on your ads and lands on your website. The pages that they see, which are commonly referred to as "landing pages", must be designed in a way that will help improve the bottom line of your business. According to WordStream, more than 50% of the companies that use landing pages optimize them regularly.
No matter if your goal is to gain new leads, make more sales or simply attract more website visitors, the role of your landing pages is crucial. Let us explore the key factors that can make or break your pay per click landing pages.
Yes, the newest phones already provide support for it! iPhone X and the newest Samsung Galaxy smart phones can now exchange data using Bluetooth 5.0. So, what's so great about the newest version of this wireless communication protocol? I think that the "Go Faster. Go Further" motto summarizes the key benefits.
Bluetooth is used by wireless devices, such as keyboards, headphones, game controllers, and so on, to communicate with phones, tablets and computers. Each new version adds various improvements, but mainly increases data speed and range.
Of course, you can't use Bluetooth 5.0 if your devices don't support it on both ends. However, since backwards compatibility has always been a priority, you will be able to hook up your old Bluetooth 4.0 headphones to your shiny new iPhone. Still, the devices will communicate using the older version of the protocol.