The web can be a bit like the recent Mad Max film that was released – breathless and a little bit brutal for those who aren’t ready to deal with the coming changes and alterations that happen.
The web is still young so it’s still evolving and changing, growing into something almost unrecognizable on a regular basis. To get around this basis it’s vital that people know how to keep their things secure on the web – with so much change it’s possible to lose your website entirely.
In the infographic below we take a look at some of the dumbest ways to potentially lose your web site or blog.
Dumb Ways to Lose Your Site Infographic Summary
This infographic gives you all the help that you could possibly need in understanding how to avoid these pitfalls, and how to keep your website ticking safely. However, it shows you what not to do – there are many dumb ways to get rid of your website, and these will include;
- Being generous and showing a loved one how to do some programming – this is the easiest way for something to go wrong. A computer novice can easily make one small mistake that watches months’ worth of work – and profit simply fly down the drain, so always be careful teaching!
- Posting too much nonsense – you never know who is reading your site and what they might find infuriating. Push their buttons too much and you can find yourself the unfortunate victim of an angry hacker who has no time for the content or videos that you have been posting recently!
- Opening a .exe file you don’t understand is one of the most common ways to effectively Skynet your entire system. You’ll see all of your key info escape to some malicious sort who will then proceed to take a nice big wrecking ball to all of your online web empire
- Alien abduction is also high up on the list – you never know when things are just going to be taken away; the world’s a big place, it’s hard to say what is waiting out there for us, just dying to take away your hosting company and leave you with nothing!
- Whilst this infographic is vastly written with a tongue-in-cheek approach, it’s very much the worst thing that you can do to not heed the advice it’s providing. The details on this infographic can also point you in the direction of a hosting company that can help you avoid these pitfalls
Infographic source: SiteGround