PSYC Revamps Their Online Presence with a Relaunch of Corporate Website

LAS VEGAS, Sept. 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global Trac Solutions, Inc. (OTCPink: PSYC) (“Global” “PSYC” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that the Company has completed the redevelopment and relaunch of its corporate website; with the intent of showcasing PSYC’s emergence as a digital media leader within the expanding medicinal psychedelic industry.

Earlier this year, the Company began the process of repositioning its business plan to focus on the psychedelic sector. In managements opinion, this sector, over the past two years, has demonstrated considerable growth and momentum and has been spurred along by the Federal Drug Administration (“FDA”) granting Breakthrough Therapy status to key psychedelics such as ketamine and psilocybin.

As part of its repositioning and transition, the Company, in recent months, has successfully developed and launched its two primary digital media platforms within the sector;, and its Microdose Monthly newsletter. In addition, the Company

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Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) Market to Reach new $USD 2.75 billion in 2019, boost website Traffic and Gain high 41.7% CAGR till 2027

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Sep 18, 2020 (PRNews Times via COMTEX) —
The global Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) market is anticipated to garner a revenue of $USD 2.75 billion in 2019 and grow with a 41.7 of percentage all through the forecast period 2020-2027, divulges a latest research report added by Big Market Research

This report is meticulous research formulated by market professionals by deeply analyzing key driving and restraining factors, major regional market situations, major players, and size & scope of the market. The report also offers value chain analysis, Porter’s Five Forces model, and PEST analysis. Furthermore, the competitive landscape in different regions is elucidated in the report to assist top market players, new entrants, and investors determine investment opportunities.

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The total market is further segmented based on company,

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Fake Manatee County Sheriff’s Office website is a scam to get your money, deputies say

Detectives are investigating a fake Manatee County Sheriff’s Office website that was set up by cybercriminals s as a money-making scam.

According to the sheriff’s office, someone is calling residents and telling them they missed jury duty. They then direct the victims to the fake website at instead of the actual website at to pay their fine using a MoneyPak Voucher Payment Center.

Detectives say the sheriff’s office was tipped off about the scam from a Manatee County resident who was contacted by the scammers .

“Anyone who receives a call or message directing them to this website should not provide payment or personal information and should contact the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office,” the sheriff’s office said.

Deputies are standing by to receive calls at 941-747-3011 to verify the legitimacy of the messages.

“Scammers have used photos from the real website in an attempt to make their

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Hershey’s new website maps out how to trick-or-treat safely across the United States

Halloween is around the corner, and Hershey wants to ensure coronavirus doesn’t spook trick-or-treaters from eating candy.

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The confectioner — which, along with its namesake chocolate bar, manufactures Halloween favorites Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Kit Kats — launched a website that maps out how to trick-or-treat safely in every county in the United States.

The website prompts people to hover over their county, which is color-coded to display the Covid-19 risk level in that area. Green represents the lowest risk for trick-or-treating and red represents the highest risk. The map also lists the number of confirmed cases in each county. (CNN’s home state of Georgia, for example, has more than 30 red high-risk counties and six green low-risk counties.)

On the website, Hershey has Halloween celebration recommendations for each color — from trick-or-treating with masks on to staying at home to watch scary movies on Netflix

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Eagle Production Co Gets a Brand Refresh and New Website – Press Release

Eagle Production Co., an event production company based in Lakewood, NJ, has announced that they have recently launched their new website as part of their brand refresh strategy. The new site comes with a new mission statement, new pictures of the team members, and new pages that describe their event services better. They have also pursued a social media refresh so that they can now be found on all the top platforms and they have posted new videos explaining their services on YouTube.

Shaya Adler, founder and CEO of Eagle Production Co., says, “Events are our passion. We truly love what we do. Bringing joy to your guests fills us with joy too. We design and produce unforgettable events filled with magical moments. Whether one-off or a series, we make sure your event is a smash hit.”

He continues, “We look to push the events industry ever onward and upward.

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e-End Unveils New Website Design – Press Release

e-End | Maryland Data Destruction & Electronic Recycling

e-End, a Maryland electronic recycling and data destruction service, has recently unveiled its new website. The new website offers a more modernized look and a smarter and more efficient organization and layout.

e-End, a Maryland electronic recycling and data destruction company, has recently released a new website showcasing their secure data destruction, asset disposition, degaussing and other services. The team at e-End has released this new website with the hopes that it will better represent who they are and what they stand for as a business. They have designed the new website to help provide a more user-friendly and intuitive feel that makes it easy for visitors to get to know their company and its services.

e-End’s new website features a complete reimagining of their online presence. On the website, visitors and potential clients will find a modernized user experience and improved

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Houston ISD website goes down on the first day of school

Houston ISD’s website was mostly offline for several hours on the first morning of school Tuesday.

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The outage also impacted other large school districts, including some that are not yet learning in-person. District homepages either would not load at all or loaded very slowly, showing error messages.

Houston ISD posted this statement at 10:10 a.m.: “Parents and students: We are aware of the technical issues occurring this morning. Please know we are working swiftly to get everything moving again for you. In the meantime, here is a direct link to the HUB: Thank you for your patience!”

Shortly before noon the district’s website was back online. The district on Wednesday stated the service provider’s system was simply overloaded by traffic across multiple sites:

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How to Foolproof Your SMB Website

A lot of things can go wrong with your website – your website host could shut down without notice, a competitor could set up a DDoS attack on your website, or hackers could take advantage of a bug to steal confidential customer data.

Such attacks are not uncommon on small business websites. Over 43% of cyberattacks involve small business targets, and these attacks have cumulatively cost businesses over $2.2 million dollars a year.

Why these attacks happen

Most business owners associate website foolproofing with making them hackproof. Yes, encrypting your database and fixing security bugs is an important part of running an online business. However, that is not the only way for small businesses to potentially fail with their website.

According to a report published by Kroll Ontrack, 67% of all data loss is caused by a hard drive crash, while 14% is caused by human error; these incidents can

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How to Incorporate Accessibility in Your Website

Incorporating accessibility on your website is the right thing to do today.


Because 25% of adults in the U.S. live with a disability, according to the CDC.

However, too many websites still lack accessibility features.

That means millions of users are struggling to use the web.

What Is Web Accessibility?

Web accessibility is about designing and developing websites, tools, and technologies that people with disabilities can use, according to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

People with disabilities should be able to perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with, and contribute to the web.

Web accessibility applies to all disabilities that affect access to the web, including:

  • Auditory.
  • Cognitive.
  • Neurological.
  • Physical.
  • Speech.
  • Visual.

Where Does ADA Stand?

The most relevant sections of the ADA to web accessibility are Title II and Title III.

  • Title II requires state and local governments and governmental entities receiving federal funding to provide qualified individuals
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How to build a website for your business cheaply and easily

In this COVID-scarred age, it doesn’t matter whether you’re a writer or a Realtor, you need a website to avoid becoming invisible. Don’t worry about your budget. You can build your own website in an hour and it will cost you less than a nice lunch.

You don’t have to be tech savvy to do it, either. If you’ve ever created a customized holiday card or shower invitation online, you’ve already got most of the skills you need to build your own website.

“It’s really easy,” says Daniella Flores, owner of I Like to Dabble, a website about money and travel. “You can make it complicated, of course. But if you just need a simple site that gets your name and contact information out there, it’s fast, easy and cheap.”

Do you need a website?

Generally speaking, you need one when you are a full-time freelancer or business owner who

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