Archive for August, 2009

The Wild, Wild Web: Seven HUGE Web Dangers and How To Avoid Them

By Edward • Aug 30th, 2009 • Category: Internet

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The W3 is a lawless frontier.
There are monitoring agencies but they aren’t very effective. The web hosting industry is unregulated, and a hurricane can bring down your site and you’re plain out of luck. (Read the fine print of your host’s TOS).
It’s a dangerous place where you can be hacked, cracked, tracked, [...]

Squeeze Your Site: Eight Tips To Monetize Your Digital Turf

By Edward • Aug 29th, 2009 • Category: Make Money Online

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Hey, good for you. You put up a web site to sell your goods, market your services or promote your cause. Welcome to the neighborhood. It’s fun.
However, if you rely solely on making direct sales and signing up new buyers, clients and adherents, well, you’re not taking full advantage of that little [...]

System Security Virus Removal

By Edward • Aug 28th, 2009 • Category: Tips & Tricks

The System Security virus can be extremely frustrating. This virus hides on your computer until you are online. When this virus activates, you will get a pop-up message that says you have a virus. You can’t close the pop-up message, and it won’t let you click anywhere else on your screen. Your computer is dead [...]

40 Beautiful & Free Blogger Templates For Blogspot Users

By Edward • Aug 27th, 2009 • Category: Art, Blogosphere

When it comes to blogging, everyone will think of creating a blog using Blogspot as it is free and easy to use. While it’s hassle free, most of the themes are plain and doesn’t differ yourself from the other bloggers. What you need to succeed online is to have something that belongs to you; Something [...]

15 Websites That Offer Free And Beautiful Twitter Backgrounds

By Edward • Aug 26th, 2009 • Category: Art, Web 2.0

Content is king. Everyone knows that, and in fact that’s one of the method to convert any random visitors into loyal readers. To get more visitors, you can spice up your blog content with delicious news and hot tips, but with so many probloggers out there, no one read every word you write and tend [...]