The State of Advertising Computer Repair on Google

Louis Rossmann has made a couple of videos about Google’s continued policy which discriminates against the computer repair industry. Check them out. 🔵 Facebook advertiser protest: https://theweek.com/speedreads/921439… 🔵 What’s happening with Google Adwords & repair: https://www.ifixit.com/News/31131/an-… 🔵 Google’s policy: https://support.google.com/adspolicy/… 🔵 Google’s explanation: https://www.blog.google/products/ads/… 🔵 Inconsistent enforcement of the policy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1Too…

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Spying on the Scammers

Part 3 of 4. This is a video by Jim Browning, who is doing an amazing job tracking down scammers overseas, mainly in India. Watch this amazing video, then subscribe to Jim’s channel and help to support him using his Patreon link: https://www.patreon.com/JimBrowning.

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How to Manage Your Staff Remotely

By Jon Gillham, Edited by AL Harlow If you are looking for a solution on how to manage staff remotely for the first time or looking to improve your current systems, this article will help show you how based on actual experience. Recently, due to the Coronavirus, organizations and businesses need to know how to…

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Should You Trust the Apple Genius Bar?

Watch this recent CBS investigative broadcast, and then you decide. (Louis Rossman in this broadcast is awesome. He repairs boards in New York City and is helping to expose the corruption coming from the OEMS. Google for the past year has banned independent repair shops from advertising on their platform, and it has stirred up…

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Google’s Policy Supports the OEMs While It Devastates the Small Computer Repair Shops

Google’s “3rd party, technical services” policy, disallowing legitimate computer repair businesses from advertising, reminds me of censorship in China. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Censorship_in_China. (Actually, it reminds me of something worst, but I will leave this opinion to myself.) A whole industry of small service providers excluded from Google Ads by a “Policy” One can draw other sinister…

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Fake DNB Delivers Trick-bot Banking Trojan

Do NOT open the attachment which looks very legitimate that says there is a complaint against you from Dun & Bradstreet! The email will come with the subject similar to “FW: Case 27627831” and pretends to come from “Dun & Bradstreet”. It is actually coming from a look-a-like domain with either a malicious zip attachment…

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