Want Google to let you know if your site is hacked?

Google your website hacked

In 2016, Google couldn’t notify 61% of website managers that their websites had been hacked. To help with that, Local Marketing Institute recommends that all businesses with a website sign up for the free Google Search Console. This is especially important because the number of websites that were hacked last year went up 32% and Google doesn’t think that number will go down anytime soon.

Speaking of internet security, enabling two factor authentication is another good thing to do. We’ve got a great article about two factor authentication here!

Google your website hacked
Eric is the Founder and CEO of Local Marketing Institute. He has 25 years of experience in digital marketing and has been the Chief Digital Officer for several B2B and consumer media companies. Eric has a passion for local businesses and focuses on practical digital strategies to help them attract more customers, build customer loyalty, and grow their business.