Archive for November, 2017

My Unfair Advantage Delivers What is Promised

My Unfair Advantage Created by Omar Martin and Melinda Martin over 7 years ago Still Delivers on its Promise! 

A complete make over of their Giant Membership site is now complete, with updates, more options (included in the membership) and archives that features over 300 live coaching sessions from years gone. by. 

Here is a short little video that will whet your appetite.

 

Ready to learn and Earn?

Go watch what Omar and Melinda have to say about

My Unfair Advantage. Click and Go 

My Unfair Advantage can be your road map with a dedicated driver to show you the way. 

Live training and questions you can send in ahead of time by email or type into the chat box during ‘House Keeping’ answered every Thursday Night on the Live Training Webinar.

Plus there is a VERY active membership group that hangs out on Facebook.

Support at My Unfair Advantage 

Did I mention that Support is out of sight.  They are organized (CEO Melinda Martin’s handiwork) and deliver. 

Yep.

Want more information about My Unfair Advantage? 

Go read the page linked below, plus there is a great video that introduces Omar and Melinda and how they got to where they are today. Their Unfair Advantage is loaded with training for

  • Marketing,  
  • Traffic
  • Affiliate Marketing
  • Social Media
  • List Building
  • Need to learn video making and editing?
  • part of the live training, plus videos on file

Some links are my affiliate links.  If you click and buy, I will get paid at no cost to you.
Just a reminder, Buy this or anything else only if it will help you meet your goals.
I can tell you that I have been a member of MUA since April, 2012 and the one time pay for the membership is worth it.  Only available during this special relaunch.
Take a look, take notes and make a decision!

~Cararta

Another look at My Unfair Advantage
Omar Martin Asked the Question

 

Internet Money Store

Read here:  Omar Answered the Question.

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With over 100 million in use, better believe they know what they are doing. 

Where can you get this gift of a Free SSL Certificate? 

And who is in charge?  

Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated, and open certificate authority brought

to you by the non-profit Internet Security Research Group (ISRG).  

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What is at Let’s Encrypt for you to use?

Site Includes Documentation, help and more. 

Get Yours Today.  Click on the Picture below and get busy. 

I have got to catch up and do my sites,

Fire Fox won’t let me come here because I’m not Verified.  

Free SSL Certificate from Let's Encrypt

Free SSL Certificate
from Let’s Encrypt

Think I’ll hit on Sergio Felix that Geeky IT and see if he will

give me at tip or two to make doing it easier.

Maybe I can hit him up for a video…he is great at doing tutorials….Install Free SSL Certificate.  


Check back, if he does, I’ll post it here!

What is the Catch with this Free SSL Certificate 

There is a down side, you must renew frequently, because the certificates expire in 90 days.  Until automation is available, you will have to do it.
here is an excerpt from a Q&A: 


Why ninety-day lifetimes for certificates?

Nov 9, 2015 • Josh Aas, ISRG Executive Director
We’re sometimes asked why we only offer certificates with ninety-day lifetimes. People who ask this are usually concerned that ninety days is too short and wish we would offer certificates lasting a year or more, like some other CAs do.
Ninety days is nothing new on the Web. According to Firefox Telemetry, 29% of TLS transactions use ninety-day certificates. That’s more than any other lifetime. From our perspective, there are two primary advantages to such short certificate lifetimes:
They limit damage from key compromise and mis-issuance. Stolen keys and mis-issued certificates are valid for a shorter period of time.
They encourage automation, which is absolutely essential for ease-of-use. If we’re going to move the entire Web to HTTPS, we can’t continue to expect system administrators to manually handle renewals. Once issuance and renewal are automated, shorter lifetimes won’t be any less convenient than longer ones.
For these reasons, we do not offer certificates with lifetimes longer than ninety days. We realize that our service is young, and that automation is new to many subscribers, so we chose a lifetime that allows plenty of time for manual renewal if necessary. We recommend that subscribers renew every sixty days. Once automated renewal tools are widely deployed and working well, we may consider even shorter lifetimes.

 

~Cararta

 

 

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