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Wednesday, 23 December 2015 16:21

Will Windows 10 Redeem Microsoft?

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Windows 10 has been released this year and to most people's surprise it is free to upgrade all the way down from Windows 7! Microsoft is hurting big time. The new version addresses the features that PC users demand to have. These were the features that Microsoft decided to junk in favor of targeting Tablets for Windows 8. The problem is the PC is king but the people running Microsoft seemed to have forgotten it.…
Saturday, 12 September 2015 20:23

Google Captcha will cost them.

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Google has decided to use Captcha! Maybe someone in Google thinks this is a good idea but I doubt they will think that for long. Having run into Captcha several times I started to use other search engines. If I'm doing it others will do it too. So Wall Street should not be surprised if Google's profit is down in the next two quarters. Search spam is a problem one which we experienced firsthand. We…
Sunday, 16 August 2015 20:09

Yahoo going south

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Yahoo and Yext A client had wanted to update his Yahoo Maps listing and said they couldn’t find a claim this business link. I decided to take a look and see what happened as Yahoo did have it not that long ago. When I checked the maps listings sure enough there was no way to claim or edit a business. Then I thought maybe they only allow you to see the claim link if you…
Friday, 22 May 2015 10:09

Blog your way to better ranking

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Blogging To A Better Search Presence Chances are good that you follow several blogs on a regular basis.  In fact, you’re reading a blog post right now.  And if you’re like a great deal of folks, you’ve probably even written a few of your own blog posts or at least added commentary on a blog or two.  Blogs are catchy and usually fun to read, after all. But did you know that blogs are also…
Computer infected with Spyware? Follow these steps which has a 95% success rate of removing spyware and adware. Your first line of defense is a good Anti Virus software. Most Antivirus programs are commonly available in two forms. The first form is Antivirus and the second is Internet Security. The Internet security version replaces the Windows Firewall with their firewall. I personally just use the Antivirus form as I see no advantage to having some…
Tuesday, 28 April 2015 20:52

Promote Your Site Locally

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Think Local For These Six Easy To Score Incoming Links Incoming links are not always easy to obtain!  Fortunately, search optimization experts are really good about finding and securing plenty of quality, appropriate links to help build your site’s link popularity ethically.  But there is one way in particular that you can help move the process along, right from your own neck of the woods. More often than not, local organizations are eager to help…
Thursday, 23 April 2015 20:17

Google content accuracy?

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Content Accuracy or Content they want? is now going to rate content on websites base on accuracy! I can't see why this is required? I think people can determine who they prefer to listen to without help from Google. Is it really help that Google is giving? After all a company as powerful as Google being in such a position can be a major propaganda tool. I can't see that this is a good idea…
Thursday, 23 April 2015 20:16

PirateBay causes many problems

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Torrents that maybe everywhere A problem took place with one of our servers at CW3 Web Hosting. A reseller had created an account for a client which then canceled the account some time later. The account was found to have 235 torrents in a folder. The reseller having been also the website designer didn't delete the account. So it seems for years unnoticed this account was part of thepiratebay inventory. But because their website (…
Thursday, 23 April 2015 20:15

Website Hacking at a all time high!

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Website Hacking is becoming a big problem. We have just upgraded our website to the latest version of Joomla. The following day the traffic went up ten times the normal. At first I thought this was great. I thought it was from search engines looking over the new stuff. This was not the case. It seems hackers somehow know when a new install of Joomla has happened. This may also be true for Wordpress but…
Thursday, 23 April 2015 20:13

Explaining Search Friendly Design

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Explaining Search Friendly Design To The Marketing Department Sometimes they just don’t get it.  They mean well, and of course they have the best intentions of your company in mind, but they continue to insist on just getting the company’s web strategy all wrong.  Does this sound all too familiar? If your company’s marketing department insists on applying traditional, but often outdated marketing tactics to your website, then this scenario probably does ring a bell. …
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