Why Your Internet Business Is Like The Stock Market

Posted August 2nd @ 2 August, 2015

As savvy stock market investors know, chasing after the one "hot stock" with the possibility of bringing instant riches is not a wise idea. You know the old saying, "Don't put your eggs in one basket". This type of thinking carries a high risk. If your stock goes up and you are smart enough to sell, then you've made money. However, if your stock falls, you just don't know when (or if) it will ever make a comeback. With this idea of chasing after the "hot stock of the day", you might as well buy ...
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Keyword Rich vs Branded Domain Names

Posted August 1st @ 1 August, 2015

There are two theories on what a good domain name is for the purpose of Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Keyword Rich/Targeted Domain Names One belief is that you should have generic keywords you want to target in your domain name. For example, if you are a web designer in Sydney you might choose a domain name such as qualitywebdesigninsydney.com. Branded Domain Names The second belief is that your domain name should represent your brand. You might run a company called Whicked Reality Inc, ...
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What You Did Wrong With Your Domain Names!

Posted July 31st @ 31 July, 2015

Trying to improve search engine rankings is just like a rubics cube. A puzzle that can keep you occupied for hours. How many times have you heard "They keep changing the rules?,•€ and the frustrating part is...they don't even tell you what the rules are in the first place! It's a proven fact, in trying to improve search engine rankings, that growing your site thru link popularity, by slowly acquiring incoming quality links, adding small amounts of fresh relevant content on a regular ...
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Choosing a good domain name isnt always so simple.

Posted July 30th @ 30 July, 2015

So you need a domain name for your brand new internet business. You may even have some cool ideas for a new domain name combination that will really impress your friends. Question is, is your new domain name going to help your business or hurt it? What could be simpler than choosing a domain name right? Wrong. There are a number of things you need to consider and research before you register your favorite domain name. First off, what is a domain name and why would I want one? A domain name ...
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Six Steps to a More Secure Linux Server

Posted July 29th @ 29 July, 2015

I've worked as a remote Linux System Administrator for quite a while, and one thing that I've noticed is that many "administrators" out there don't know how to configure or secure a server properly. This article is a quick reference on some of the more important (and easy) security or configuration tweaks that any administrator should do for their server. These six steps can dramatically increase the security and stability of any Linux server. The best part about these tips, is that they are ...
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Computer Packages for Website Development

Posted July 28th @ 28 July, 2015

In contemporary western society, due to its inherent capitalistic system, there are many suppliers of website building packages that enable consumers to develop their own websites. Although there are different functions embedded into each software package, there are a few popular website building packages that are available on the market to ensure efficient websites for beginners. Dreamweaver: The software package "Dreamweaver" produced by Adobe is very easy to use, and is effective as computer ...
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‘File system with errors, check forced’ Linux Error and Recovery

Posted July 27th @ 27 July, 2015

Linux supports various file systems like Ext2, Ext3 and ReiserFS. The latter two file systems support file system journaling, hence are less prone to file system corruption (as compared to Ext2) due to unexpected shutdown. Besides, unexpected system shutdown, other causes that could corrupt these file systems are improper use of terminal commands, insufficient disk resources, user errors etc. While such situations, you cannot access your stored data and to restore it, you should use your recent ...
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What is PHP: An Overview

Posted July 26th @ 26 July, 2015

A scripting language designed for creating dynamic web pages is called PHP. It has emerged to include a command line interface capability and is generally used in standalone graphical applications. PHP, either signifies Personal Home Page or for PHP Hypertext Preprocessor. Since the person who innovated the language calls it Personal Home Page, it is a fair bet as to which is the proper rendition of the acronym. PHP, as discussed earlier is a scripting language: a programming language used to ...
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Windows vs. Linux

Posted July 25th @ 25 July, 2015

Both operating systems are fundamentally different in their design and operation. Linux is an open-source derivative of Unix. Windows is the most prominent proprietary operating system, while Linux is the most prominent operating system that is free software. Unix has a two-user model. There is the root user, everything is allowed, and all other users, whose rights are severely restricted. A user must perform actions that require extended rights, he may do so only if the rights of the user gets ...
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Get the Internet on Your Own Terms

Posted July 24th @ 24 July, 2015

RSS for the Rest of Us I don't know about you, but I'm seeing a whole bunch of articles and websites telling me that I need to get into this RSS thing. Is it really time? RSS (it stands for "Really Simple Syndication") is the latest wave of internet technology designed to take advantage of the "Content is King" mentality. Imagine getting direct access to the content you want, without having to give out your personal information. Wouldn't that be nice? Here's how it works: You find a website ...
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