Protecting your business online is of great importance in 2019 explains 411information online.

Most businesses understand the importance of having a vibrant and engaging website that allows them to interact with their existing clients, as well as build relationships with potential new customers.
In an increasingly competitive digital landscape, savvy businesses will be constantly harnessing new e-marketing and online tools in order to remain competitive.

Whether operating an e-commerce site, offering a service or providing advice, the internet is a powerful channel of communication that can help companies to grow at an unprecedented rate. However, while there are riches to be reaped. There are also potential threats and pitfalls too.

Tip 1
Choose your domain name carefully. The right domain name is a powerful business tool. Driving online traffic and acting as the virtual face of a business or brand is vital that you know that you can use it to its full potential when setting up and developing a website.
Domain names are offered on a first come first served basis and problems can arise as a result of this. There may be competing companies with equally legitimate interest in the same domain name as you, so do your research before you buy the domain name.
Tip 2
Register a trade mark for your company name, brand name or logos.  Use a trademark ® sign as a warning to your competitors that a name is registered.
Tip 3
Having taken the time to register the trade mark and domain name, make sure these registrations are not allowed to lapse.
Tip 4
Carry out regular online checks against your registered trademark or company name to ascertain whether either is being misused by your competitors.
Tip 5
Make sure you own the copyrights to your website. It is a common misconception that a business automatically owns the copyright. In fact, if you paid a designer to build your site, ownership remains with them. If possible, have the copyright assigned to you, so that you can amend or develop the website as necessary.
Tip 6
Place copyright notices on your website and on any photographs on your site. Copyright generally comes into being without registration or any other formal requirements – it exists once an original work has been created.
Tip 7
Make sure that you have the right to use any images, graphics or text on your website. If you have a licence to use these for limited purposes, make sure you know the limits of the licence.
Tip 8
Make sure that the content you create for your site is original and not copied in any way from another website.
Tip 9
Have clear website terms and conditions and a comprehensive privacy policy.
Tip 10
Take steps to protect your data and sensitive information, to ensure that if key employees terminate their employment they are not able to use such information. This text was borrowed from 411information online.   

Something else we would like to draw your attention to is place your content and Brand everywhere. Place ads in online directories like . We actually support them as we find their listings to be very good and it’s lot of money spent compared to some of the bigger brands out there. Transparency here, we are a promotional site for them, so we might favoring them a lot lol. However the fact is true that if you want to maintain and control your brand you have to get the word out there. Place ad’s, do press releases, and write blogs all under the “brand name”.  We firmly believe when it comes to this side of your business; the more , the better.  I don’t think you can go anywhere in the world and not get a Mcdonalds Hamburger. World wide, monster branding. Do as much as you can, place your name in as many places as you can. As often as you can, be relentless. 

Give 411 information online and get your name in their directory today. Take 2019 by storm, start with a new online listing with