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    June 2009

    5 Gmail Lab Features for Power Emailing

    June 29, 2009
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    Gmail is a messaging service of Google which provide its users lots of features apart from sending and receiving emails. The most innovative part of Gmail is its Lab feature which bring lots of innovative feature time by time. There are lots of Gmail lab features available

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    Understand basic Online money terms CPA, CPC, CPM and CPL

    June 29, 2009
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    We have been talking about making money online from long time. To get success anywhere it,is very important to know the basic of all the common terms. Most of the advertising companies work on the basis of CPA, CPC, CPM and CPL advertisement. CPM stand for cost per mille or cost per thousand. In simple word you will be paid when advertisement is shown to 1000 people or page views. In this method a fixed ...

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    How to Get Twittercounter Widget for your blog

    June 28, 2009
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    We have already talked about Twittercounter website, which lets you see your twitter follow graph on your blog. Twittercounter also comes with a badge which you can use on your blog to showoff the number of followers you have.   The widget serves two purpose, it shows the number of followers you have and give an option to readers to follow you. How to get twitter badge for your blog? Go to Twittercounter site Enter ...

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    Importance of Backlinks in SEO for a Website

    June 27, 2009
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    We have been discussing SEO a lot at ShoutMeLoud and one thing in particular you have found us talking the most and that is backlinks. Have you ever thought or wondered what’s the importance of backlinks and why it’s important for your site SEO. If you are a newbie and looking to get an answer, then read on. Backlinks are one of the important aspect of SEO. Backlink is a most talked about term in the ...

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    How to put Google Analytic code on your WordPress Blog

    June 26, 2009
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    We have already covered few posts about Google analytics in the past and if you have missed it, here you can read: What is Google analytics?. In easy language Google Analytics is a service of Google which provide all the data or tracking record of visitors ,i.e. who visit your site, what they do when they visit your site,when they visit your site, who is the referrer of your site etc. How to get Google ...

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    How to know your website is accessible in different parts of the World

    June 25, 2009
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    Sometimes your website may down due to some error in your hosting provider. It may due to overloading or some problem in your IP, due to which your website can’t be accessible in certain parts of the country, it may be anywhere, either in India or in any other country. Also it could be possible that due to some problem in the main ISP of the country your website could not accessible in certain part

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    How to Enable Super Cache WordPress plugin

    June 24, 2009
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    Few days back We talked about WP-Super cache plugin. Wp-Super cache is must have plugin for any wordpress blog on Shared hosting. WP-Super cache plugin is very useful to face the Digg effect. Digg effect is when any of your blog post hits the Front page of Digg, you will get huge traffic spike. A Normal Shared hosting is not capable of facing such huge traffic, to make them capable of face such situation, you ...

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    How to access Website Stats in Dreamhost

    June 22, 2009
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    Shoutmeloud is hosted on Dreamhost  and it offers some great feature within it’s custom panel and one of them is stats feature. Almost every web hosting account comes with a stats monitoring service. In   Dreamhost if you are using WordPress or Joomla you need to make few changes in your .htaccess file to access stats. Your domain stats can be access via http://domain.com/stats To access your .htaccess file you need to use either any web ...

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