Episode #432
How to Secure Your Website
October 06, 2017

In Episode #432, Eric and Neil discuss how to secure your website. Tune in to learn why a two-factor authentication for your website is better and the importance of backing up your website for security reasons.

Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:27 – Today’s topic: How to Secure Your Website
  • 00:33 – HTTPS is a certificate that can secure your website and there are multiple versions of it
  • 00:55 – Get an SSL certificate
  • 01:08 – One of Eric’s friends switched from HTTP to HTTPS and their traffic dropped
  • 01:48 – Have a two-factor authentication for your website
  • 02:05 – LastPass helps, too
  • 02:21 – Make sure you are constantly checking your website
  • 02:41 – For blogs, use VaultPress
  • 02:55 – For hosting, make sure you’re using a great host
  • 03:15 – Backup your sites
  • 03:39 – Marketing School is giving away 90-day FREE trial to Crazy Egg which is a visual analytics tool
  • 03:50 – That’s it for today’s episode!

3 Key Points:

  1. An SSL certificate and HTTPS can make your site more secure.
  2. Be careful with your login credentials—use difficult passwords.
  3. Always backup your sites.

Leave some feedback:

  • What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below.
  • Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review.

Connect with us:

Discover Latest Episodes

Episode #693
Should You Raise Venture Capital 
June 24, 2018

In episode #693, Eric and Neil discuss the pros and cons of raising venture capital. Tune in to hear why the juice may not be worth the squeeze....

Episode #8217692
How to get Rich People to Respond to Your Emails, When You’re a Nobody
June 23, 2018

In episode #692, Eric and Neil discuss how you can get wealthy people to respond to your emails. Tune in to hear how you can tempt people into business deals....

Episode #8217691
Why You Shouldn’t Read Books 
June 22, 2018

In episode #691, Eric and Neil Discuss why you shouldn’t just read books all day. Tune in to hear why you need to limit the time you spend absorbing information....