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Harvest Security

Posted by gavin on April 23, 2015

At Fusionbox we are using Harvest for time tracking. To ease the use of Harvest, I recently worked with Harvest platform to add support for time tracking to our internal bug tracker and with Harvest OAuth for a status dashboard. While working on these projects, I discovered several security vulnerabilities.

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How-to Moka Express

Posted by fusionbox on April 2, 2015

Sadly, our espresso machine perished. But even so, we still need to have good coffee, so we’ve learned to use the Moka-Express.

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How to Know Which PPC Match Type of Right for You

Posted by drew on March 18, 2015

There isn't one single best practice for Adwords PPC match types, but here is how you determine which is best for your strategy.

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Git: A Story

Posted by paula on March 2, 2015

Git is a version control system for tracking code. How do these commands relate to your daily life?

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Creating a Consistent User Experience From Online to In-Person

Posted by drew on Feb. 24, 2015

Sometimes, businesses neglect their website's user experience in favor of the in-person experience, but it is important to make sure both are consistent.

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Considerations for Choosing the Best 3rd Party Lead Management System

Posted by drew on Feb. 18, 2015

Some lead capturing systems involve sending users to a new domain, which can pos problems for tracking. How do you pick the right one?

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Agile For The Rest of Us

Posted by henry on Jan. 26, 2015

The Fusionbox process is fundamentally based on agile development methodology. But for the everyman, what does that mean? Why is agile dev different from standard product manufacturing methods used in making other products?

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Twitter's 'While You Were Away' Feature May Be a Marketing Game Changer

Posted by drew on Jan. 23, 2015

The new feature recalls popular old tweets you may have missed, but how might that change Twitter marketing strategy?

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Google Releases an Alternative to CAPTCHA, Adding to a History of Spam Fighting Programs

Posted by fusionbox on Dec. 17, 2014

With the announcement of Google's alternative to CAPTCHA, we thought we'd have our web security experts weigh in on spam fighting.

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Are Foreign Language Characters in URLs Bad for SEO?

Posted by drew on Dec. 8, 2014

With browsers that can handle non-Latin characters in URLs, some SEOs are thinking about how this could impact search rankings for international SEO clients.

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