Social link shorteners are by no means a new phenomenon in the social media sphere, but it hasn’t been until recently that brands have understood the power of custom link shorteners. Rather than using generic short links (like ones that Bitly and Google offer), increasingly more social media users are creating their own unique versions that reflect their brand and personality.
With apologies to Jimmy Kimmel’s Mean Tweets, here’s our Keen Tweets.
We get a lot of feedback on social media, and most of it we want to share. These videos feature members of our incredibly efficient team reading Tweets (and some e-mails) from happy customers. We’ll let Kimmel handle the trolls.
Dispute between Google and Symantec leads to uncertainty over EV SSL certificates
The Google Chrome team recently announced a proposal to immediately stop recognizing Extended Validation status for all Symantec SSL certificates in the Chrome browser, and to eventually require revalidation and replacement for all Symantec-issued certificates.
In the near term, if Google moves forward with it its proposal, websites with Symantec EV SSL certificates will no longer display a green bar that indicates extended validation (in the Chrome browser). The long-term consequences aren’t as certain at this point.