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Monday, 12 December 2011 02:09

Windows days are numbered

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The days of Windows are numbered Windows XP was the peak and as we go forward Microsoft will slowly destroy it's OS. The first blow came when Microsoft clearly disregarded it's main source of income. When it put out Vista, which had no backward compatibility to XP, this was a major mistake. It took years to develop it's strong hold in the corporate market. Yet Microsoft is determined to now cater to new technology rather…
Tuesday, 05 April 2011 19:07

Internet under Siege

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Is the Internet under Siege? Having placed an Ad in a popular Classifieds website, which I will not mention, I have gotten so many responses that are either phishing attempts, Scams, Spam or ones that are trying to spread a virus by giving links to infected websites. The numbers of this type of Ad response is up 1000% over just a few years ago. One response I got was a popular Nigerian type of Scam. They will send…
Tuesday, 05 April 2011 17:58

What's the best Backup Solution

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Should I use Online Backup or Externial Backup for my PC? Online Backup is growing in popularity but unless you have a very high speed internet connection it will take many hours or even days to backup a full PC If you decide to use this type of backup then you will need to limit your backup to only important documents stored on your PC unless you can afford to go to a very high…
Monday, 01 November 2010 21:19

E-Classifieds spam fix

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How to remove send to friend   If you are using E-Classifieds software you have version 2.39 or older which has the link to send email to a friend you will be a target for spammers. The form lacks a image verify input to weed out bots from using this form. A bot only need send the following and wham you may find your site black listed. session_key=&send_ad_button=on&results_format=long&db_id=any ID&query=retrieval For the ID above of course it…
Wednesday, 24 June 2009 17:39

Free Directory days seem to be over.

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The Day Directories Were Free It seems most of the directories that were free and now charging a fee. Some of them are quite high in price as I have seen prices over $100 for a listing. This is not to be unexpected as there are costs in running a directory. But the question comes up as to the reliability of the website that is charging this price! Do they have a backup plan?  Will…
Wednesday, 20 May 2009 04:10

Web Hosting to Avoid

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Hosts that are going over board on Spam It has come to my attention that some hosting companies are going over board with Spam filters. Godaddy Hosting for instance has their own Spam filters setup and many complaints have been seen on message boards about it. I have to say these complaints are not unfounded as the methods used by Godaddy are beyond recommended methods and in my opinion makes them a bad choice for…
Ah, yes...the hugely popular and rapidly growing trend of social media—it almost seems as if it’s going to be the end all, be all results producing source on the web sooner than later, doesn’t it?   Social media has certainly been all the rage lately, and there’s little doubt that the media all want us to believe it will be everything that the web is about before too long. But here’s the deal—while social media is…
There’s no need to be afraid of Twitter. Let’s face it, micro blogging can be a really great way to build buzz and even to generate traffic and build a stronger customer base. But while it’s a perfect way to competent your website, it’s just not going to come anywhere close to replacing it. Why not?   Search Engines Aren’t Likely Going To Index A Bunch Of Random Micro Posts Well   Web optimization professionals all know that…
You know the routine, right? Over and over again, those familiar with gearing websites up to receive plentiful traffic talk about the essential need to receive lots of quality in-pointing links to your site. And scoring plenty of these natural (and preferably on topic) links is certainly essential.   Incoming Links Matter...   But the little known component of a solid high-performing link strategy is that your website’s outgoing links matter too.   And do they ever! Here’s…
We’ve all been hearing quite a bit about SEO (Search Engine Optimization) as of late. As effective as quality white hat SEO has been over the last several years, it seems that the current economic recession has really encouraged organizations to look towards website traffic building measures that are more affordable and have greater lasting power than buying pay per click or impression ads.  And while there are SEO tutorials all over the web, in reality,…
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