Mobile Edge has launched a new Affiliate Program where participants can begin leveraging their websites, blogs, and social media outreach to earn a 10% flat rate commission via online sales of Mobile Edge products, earn bonuses based on sales volume, and offer coupon codes to their audiences. To administer this program, Mobile Edge is partnering with Avantlink, a cutting-edge online affiliate marketing platform. “We are looking for affiliates with the desire and ability to spread the word about Mobile Edge products, which we believe is especially timely given the current situation where many consumers are becoming increasingly mobile as they work and learn remotely, often for the first time in their lives,” explains Paul June, Vice President of Marketing at Mobile Edge. “As a member of our Affiliate Program, you not only earn a percentage on sales of our products made using your unique affiliate link, you also get
In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, Mobile Edge is giving away any product of your choice from its online store to ONE “lucky winner,” plus we’re running a special promotion through March 17 where you can get 25% off any item purchased through our online store. See contest rules and special promotion details below. The Story of St. Patrick’s Day Originating in the 1600s as a religious observance to commemorate the life of Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated on the anniversary of his death, March 17, 461 AD. Over the centuries, St. Patrick’s Day has become a symbol of Irish heritage and culture, and is now celebrated all over the world. It wasn’t until the early 18th century, when Irish immigrants brought the tradition of St. Patrick’s Day over to the American colonies, where it grew in popularity, that it became
There’s a joke that if you ask somebody who knows about aerospace engineering, they will tell you how safe it is to fly in an airplane. Likewise, an expert in oceanography will confirm you’re unlikely to die from a shark attack. But if you ask a tech expert about the safety of your devices, they will wince and urge you to get off the grid immediately. We exaggerate, but not much. Technology is vulnerable to a number of attacks by criminals out to steal your identity, your passwords, or the devices themselves. When you travel, you’re even more vulnerable to these attacks because you’re in a strange place surrounded by new faces and likely disoriented. Here are six ways your tech is at risk when you travel and how to protect yourself.