Local Businesses and Web Sites

Posted November 23rd @ 23 November, 2014

It seems that most successful businesses these days have web sites, even businesses that service only certain geographic areas. On the web, where the market place is global, localized businesses can be at a great disadvantage. A Local Business Web Site Example Lets use the example of a car cleaning businesses. The business only cleans cars in a specific city, yet wants to use their web site to create more business. Time and money is invested in marketing the site in the search engines, paying ...
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Know How Domain Name Servers Work

Posted November 22nd @ 22 November, 2014

Domain name Servers Domain name Servers (DNS) are an important but invisible part of the internet, and form one of the largest databases on it. Each machine on an internet is assigned a unique address, called an IP address, which is 32 bit number and is expressed as 4 octets. The method user to represent these IP addresses is known as "dotted decimal Notation". A typical address looks like this: 199.249.150.4 It is very difficult to keep in mind the IP addresses of all the websites we visit ...
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I don't need a website

Posted November 21st @ 21 November, 2014

I don't need a website... I've met with many small businesses this past year trying to sell my skills and one thing I regularly hear is this: "I don't sell anything online, I don't advertise online, I don't even have or know how to use a computer... why should I pay for a website?" If you don't feel a website can help your business grow or increase business sales, or if you're happy with the site your nephew made for you over half a decade ago, then you're not intune with current business ...
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Setting Up a Linux Modem

Posted November 20th @ 20 November, 2014

---------------------------------------------------------- Permission is granted for the below article to forward, reprint, distribute, use for ezine, newsletter, website, offer as free bonus or part of a product for sale as long as no changes are made and the byline, copyright, and the resource box below is included. ---------------------------------------------------------- Setting Up a Linux Modem By Stephen Bucaro Almost all modems manufactured today are software modems, usually referred to ...
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"A Secret For Finding Riches in Expired Domain Names!"

Posted November 19th @ 19 November, 2014

"A Secret For Finding Riches in Expired Domain Names!" by A.T.Rendon © Copyright 2002 All Rights Reserved Did you know the following about domain names? There are currently: 27,689,387 Domains registered 676,464 Domains on-hold and 17,390,076 Domains have been deleted Source: http://www.DeletedDomains.com/ A lot has happened as a result of the dot.com bust. The Internet, during the latter part of the 20th century and once considered the modern day version of the California Gold Rush, had ...
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Use This Formula To Have Pleasurable And Safe Internet Access

Posted November 18th @ 18 November, 2014

If you a running or plan to run a business, there are two big things you should consider about your internet access. 1. The safety of your internet access and, 2. The speed of your internet access Safety You need to apply the same care to your internet access as you do the rest of your business. In fact, if poorly done your days can become very frustrating and your business and reputation can become badly tarnished. Why do I sound so alarmist about this? Because I see so many people take a ...
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Phone Sales not Ready to Yeild to the Internet

Posted November 17th @ 17 November, 2014

There is no question that the internet has revolutionized business. Many people are not only paying their bills online, but also ordering products and services at an ever expanding rate as well. Businesses with a web presence have opened themselves up to new market where many consumers take advantage of the ease of shopping from pages visually no different from a catalog. Despite all that has changed in the last ten years, most companies that do business over distance and do not rely on local ...
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The Linux File System

Posted November 16th @ 16 November, 2014

----------------------------------------------------------- Permission is granted for the below article to forward, reprint, distribute, use for ezine, newsletter, website, offer as free bonus or part of a product for sale as long as no changes are made and the byline, copyright, and the resource box below is included. ----------------------------------------------------------- The Linux File System By Stephen Bucaro Linux uses a whole different file system philosophy than Windows. Windows ...
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Selling Foreign Language Domain Names.

Posted November 15th @ 15 November, 2014

Selling Foreign Language Domain Names. Making Money With Domain Names! This is not new but is a somewhat unspoken practice that is making a few "some bodies" a lot of Money. In Each Country they may have set rules for buying the countries registered domain names. For example in Japan a registered company can only by one domain name for that company. And you have to be a registered company to buy the .jp domain name. So all of the "Good" names were gone very quickly. For example anything ...
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Automating Tasks in Linux using Cron

Posted November 14th @ 14 November, 2014

Linux has a powerful task scheduler called Cron. Cron will allow you to run commands automatically at times specified by you. Cron is similar to the task scheduler you find in Windows. To keep track of the schedules and tasks it has to run, Cron requires a file called Crontab (CRON TABle). All the Cron schedules and tasks should be stored in this table. The Crontab files cannot be directly edited. You can add or delete entries in the crontab file using the crontab command. What's Cron and ...
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