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Josh Wardini

Josh Wardini
Josh Wardini, Editorial Contributor and Community Manager at, has a preliminary background in communication and expertise in community development. Josh works day-to-day to reshape the human resource management of digitally based companies. When his focus trails outside of community engagement, Josh enjoys the indulgences of writing amidst the nature conservations of Portland, Oregon.
Using the Internet is something that is natural for teenagers and young adults. Day after day, they use it for almost anything they do. All electronic gadgets are now "smart" and can be connected to the Internet one way or the other. For seniors (people older than 65), the relationship with the Internet didn't come naturally. However, the technology is continually evolving, and seniors are following suit.
Due to the increase in online shopping some of the biggest stores in the world, such as Macy's, are even struggling to keep all of their physical stores open, and many have had to close several branches or let some staff go.
The common goal that every website owner in the world has is getting as much traffic as possible. Often referred to as “natural”, “organic”, or “earned” results, being at the top of the unpaid search results is every webmaster’s wish.
Today, at least food sources can be easily optimized by getting healthy selections of meals delivered at your front door by Blue Apron, but that’s only the first step toward better vitamin intake.
I’ll bet when you are browsing the Internet, chatting to a friend over Skype, or spending time on your favorite website, you don’t give much thought as to who owns it.
Did you know that video marketing is one of the most effective ways to market yourself or your business? It all started back in 1994 when the first video was published. Now video has become a powerful marketing tool, but do you know how to get the most out of it?
Be it a celebrity hair lock, a man’s entire life, or even a single ordinary corn chip - everything sells on eBay and at prices that will make your eyes pop out. Besides these oddities, the ecommerce giant isn’t far behind in the race for utility either. The top selling product categories on the platform, after all, are electronics, fashion and clothing, lifestyle and home.
Tech companies continue to come up with better and more advanced ways to develop artificially intelligent systems that will help industries in carrying out laborious activities, while increasing efficiency, speed, and accuracy. As time goes by, more brands have accepted the use of these AI’s in their production processes and in serving their customers. Walmart, Sephora, and even Lowe's utilize AI technology in their everyday production, which is a clear sign that AI has become evolved enough for actual practical means.
Everybody loves online shopping and its popularity has surged over the last decade. The ability to shop from the comfort of your own home and browse product reviews before committing to a purchase are two of the main reasons people love it so much and opt to shop online as opposed to visiting traditional retail stores.
Cybercrime is a problem with which we are all too familiar in our modern world. Because we are increasingly reliant on the Internet and computers to perform online shopping, do business and, well, function, there is a huge amount of data there which cybercriminals want to steal. Cybercrimes are a huge issue and are the single biggest threat facing our Internet usage today.