Tips

Social Media Tips for Small Businesses

January 12, 2012
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If you haven’t heard of social media, odds are you don’t own a business. Still, some small business owners are hesitant to adapt to the new medium. Some feel that it isn’t relevant to their business, others are afraid of screwing things up, and still others don’t think that they can compete with the big […]

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Tip: Need a blog topic idea? Build on a good post

December 8, 2011
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When you have a great blog going you will be able to enjoy the success but at the same you will feel the pressure of keeping up with writing great blog posts to sustain that success. And there will be times when you will find it tough to come up with something fresh and new. […]

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A Quick Guide to Latest Invoicing With 2.0 Web Style

December 2, 2011
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Being old school when it comes to invoicing is like overlooking the benefits of online invoicing system. Being hooked to that traditional method of invoicing and generating invoices via word or excel is now fast becoming obsolete. The importance of online invoicing cannot be denied whether it is an individual business owner or a freelancer. […]

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How to Select an SEO Company

November 17, 2011
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When your site fails to rank well despite of all your individual SEO efforts, you might want to consider hiring the services of a SEO company. However, there are many SEO companies that are unreliable. You can lower the risk of hiring a dubious SEO company if you know what to look for. When you […]

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5 Simple Steps on How to Work Less and Play More

October 15, 2011
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Is it just a coincidence that all of us need to work from 9 to 5 during the working days of the week?  Truth is, our early ancestors have brought about this belief that we need to at least work 40 hours a week.  Many of us stick to this as a way of life, […]

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The Top 5 Most Basic Online Poker Tips for Beginners

September 25, 2011
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Would you like to become a better player at PokerStars?  Below are some simple yet most basic online poker tips for every aspiring poker player.  While these tips are mostly meant as pointers for beginner players, they should also still be remembered by seasoned pros each and every time they play.  Take note that these […]

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5 Essential tips for new PHP developers

July 20, 2011
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PHP is a brilliant language and probably one of my favorites. It is a relatively easy language to learn and you can do a lot with it – even if right now it doesn’t seem easy. If you can crack the basics and get to grips with a working knowledge of the a few key […]

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Buying Domain Names

March 17, 2011
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Discussing buying a domain name or two can be a sore point for a few people. For some, buying domain names is like buying shoes, or bags, or gadgets, depending on what you’re most into – cause some people are also into buying domain names, for various reasons, so they can really go nuts buying […]

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Easy Ways to Get Stunning Photographs from Your Point-and-Shoot

March 5, 2011
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Maybe a DSLR camera is out of your price range, or maybe you are too intimidated by the myriad of knobs, buttons, and lenses that come with shooting with such a camera. Or then again, maybe you simply do not want to lug your prized camera to your son’s muddy soccer game, but still want […]

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Top 50 passwords you shouldn’t use – and learn how to create a strong password!

December 23, 2010
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As you probably already know, Gawker media was compromised not long ago and  passwords belonging to their users went out on the Internet. Gawker media is behind several sites with Gizmodo probably being the most popular one, at least in the tech-world, I imagine. Based on the 188.279 passwords leaked, Graham Cluley from Sophos made […]

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Example: Why you need to take the photo when you have it – and not wait a few days…

December 13, 2010
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This really can’t be said too often: If you see an interesting shot, take it, cause it’s not (usually) going to be there next time! For example, I saw a really great sunset the other day. After the sunset I saw an old mill with Christmas lighting on it. I figured it would make a […]

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How to Clean Your Printer Heads

October 25, 2010
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The print head for an inkjet printer is where the ink is sucked out of the cartridge and sprayed onto your paper through very small nozzles. When your print jobs start looking fuzzy, blurred, or streaked, those nozzles on your print head are either clogged or partially clogged. This happens because, over time, ink mixes […]

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How to always play YouTube videos in HD – automatically!

October 19, 2010
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Why settle with low quality 360p or 480p quality on YouTube if your broadband connection can easily stream in HD? And why settle with manually selecting “720p” (or better) each time you want to stream a YouTube video in HD? Well, you don’t have to. Here’s how… First make sure you’re logged in to YouTube […]

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Photo Tip: Shoot twice as many pictures while retaining image quality

September 8, 2010
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This is a tip from the latest D-Town TV episode (#50) by Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski on how you can make room for even more pictures on your memory card – and eventually your hard drive – while still keeping the image quality top notch! If you’re RAW shooter, this is not for you! […]

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How to Resize Your Photos Easily on Windows

August 23, 2010
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In recent years the cost of digital cameras, as well as digital camera memory chips, have been decreasing rather rapidly. These trends, along with increasing hard drive capacity, have paved the way for a situation in which individuals often store hundreds, if not thousands, of pictures on their computer. Now, in all honesty, transferring pictures […]

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YouTube Tip: Link to Specific Timestamp in Video

August 19, 2010
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I often find that I don’t need to share a full YouTube video with somebody, I just need them to see a certain part and so I tell them to just skip ahead to whatever timestamp that certain part is about to start. There is something much easier though (for the recipient), that not many […]

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Tips For Digital Photography

August 12, 2010
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Photography will ultimately become a hobby if you own a digital camera. Any one who is new to the camera is sure to turn himself to a professional soon, because every feature in the camera is user-friendly. An advanced model digital camera is built with features that make the photos appear vibrant and natural. The […]

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Photography: You Really Don’t Need Expensive Camera Equipment For a Photoshoot

July 24, 2010
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Here’s a video I saw on a Danish photography blog, fotograftips.dk, that shows how little you actually need, to do a DIY photoshoot in your own home – without the need of a DSLR camera, a flash, reflector etc. All it takes is some good, natural light, coming through a white sheet hanging over a […]

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Facebook: Top 13 Tips For a Safer & Enjoyable Experience

July 11, 2010
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With over 500 million users and 176 billion ads shown on Facebook during Q1 2010, Facebook is now both a huge social media network and a booming economy for many companies. This means you have to be careful about how you use Facebook. While they depend on their users, they also depend on showing you […]

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Tip: Reduce Thumbnail File Sizes in Aperture 3

April 10, 2010
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Just a quick tip on how to reduce your Thumbnails folder in Aperture 3 with around 50%, if you’ve been running Aperture 3 since it was first released. The latest update (3.0.2) fixed an issue with thumbnails being larger in filesize than actually needed and I concur – my thumbnails folder was almost 9GB for […]

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Aperture 3 Performance Fix – Make Slow Aperture Run Faster

April 6, 2010
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Just a quick tip to you Apple Aperture 3 users out there, who are experiencing a (very) slow running Aperture 3 – like I did. Mine was so bad, I was about to go crazy. It could easily take 5-10 seconds to make adjustments, and that’s just not good enough. I figured Aperture 3 was […]

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Snow Leopard: Hidden Features & Shortcuts in Mac OS X 10.6

September 7, 2009
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16 year old Matt Fisher from the Great US of A created this video for YouTube, in which he tells us about some hidden features and shortcuts he has found in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. In the video, Matt covers some hidden new features from within Finder & Coverflow, Preview, System Preferences and […]

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Retain Visitors To Your Site And Increase Sales Conversions: Exit Grabber Review

July 3, 2009

You want better sales conversions or membership registrations on your website, am I right? Because, after all, that’s what puts food on the table. And beer in the fridge. After having this software recommended by a good friend and Internet marketing guru, I suggested to one of my clients that they gave it a try. […]

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6 Highly Recommended Ways of Using Twitter Search

June 27, 2009

While some may argue that FriendFeed is more “real time” than Twitter, Twitter is still the bigger player in the “social network league”. Here’s some great tips on how to get the best out of Twitter search. 1: Stay updated with topics you care about. I like to keep up to date with Apple and […]

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