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For over 12 years I've evaluated business problems and provided simple, powerful solutions. I've worked on 7-figure projects and helped solopreneurs thrive. I love solving problems. It's my superpower. I'm a fixer. I help businesses solve problems.

5th September 2018

5 Simple Steps to Guard Your Blog Against Hackers

A talk by Jen McFarland
Change Agent, Jen McFarland Consulting

Whether you're new to blogging or an old pro, protecting your website from hackers needs to be a top priority. In this webinar we'll cover 5 simple steps that can save you (and your readers) thousands of dollars and countless headaches. If you've been putting off security because you think it's too hard (or your site doesn't get a lot of traffic - yet) then you've come to the right place. We'll debunk common myths and give you an easy path to protect every blogger's biggest asset - your digital hub - from bad actors who seek to use (and abuse) your website.


Comments (2)

So helpful! I learned so much about keeping my blog safe. Jennifer McFarland gave valuable information in a friendly and accessible manner. I like the goal mantra password idea too!


1 year, 2 months ago

Loved the workshop. Talking about web safety is not the sexiest thing to talk about when running a business but Jennifer made it fun and super interesting. She helped me see the importance of it and how to take concrete and attainable steps to get there. She seemed super knowledgeable, friendly and skilled. Very helpful!


1 year, 2 months ago

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