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    May 2010

    How Much Has Social Media Changed Society?

    May 29, 2010
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    Think about it, it was only approximately 20 some odd years ago that the average person was beginning to become associated with the internet. Prior to that, the internet was mostly reserved for academia and various government agencies. Before that it was only reserved for the U.S. government (the official origins of the internet began back in 1969 with the U.S. military’s funding of a research network dubbed “Arpanet”). Today, we have not only the internet, but we have social media tied in there as well.

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    How to Maintain Blog Post Frequency

    May 29, 2010
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    Every blogger is aware that it is very important to keep your blog updated because it is useful to keep the readers visiting to your blog for reading new content and also helpful for SEO. As soon as you update your blog, search engines crawl to your blog and thus your new post can help you to get traffic from search engines. Sometimes bloggers find it difficult to update their blog post frequently, it might ...

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    How Google SERP Position Affects Your Blog Traffic

    May 28, 2010
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    Just ranking for a Keyword on the first page of Google doesn’t mean that you are getting most out of it, as the real competition is on what position you are ranking. There are softwares like Free Keyword monitor or Keyword position checkers which will help you to check what position you are ranking at and work on improving on it. According to the latest study by chitika , the first search result clicks receives twice the second, ...

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    How to Cancel PayPal Billing Agreement or Automatic Renewal

    May 28, 2010
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    Last time we shared how to find recurring pay list in Paypal and now extending this series to stop you getting billed automatically in Paypal. How many times it happened that you have registered a domain name, say from GoDaddy, and a year later you were charged automatically even when you ignore their renewal reminders? Or, you signed up for a monthly subscription for some service and then didn’t find (hidden) option to cancel the ...

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    How to Transfer 1and1 Domain after One Year

    May 28, 2010
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    We told you about the 1&1 free .com domain loot a few days ago. The response from our readers was overwhelming, for obvious reasons. Who would miss this opportunity right? Not only did we verify the authenticity of the offer but this time we bring you some more in depth knowledge about the 1&1 service and some domain related answers.

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    Points to Consider While Selecting Niche for Your Blog

    May 27, 2010
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    Recently I shared an article about benefits of niche blogging. No doubt, selecting right niche blogging can do wonders in earning income as well as in getting huge traffic. But selecting niche for your blog might be confusing for many bloggers thus I thought of sharing few tips which will help you to choose right niche for your blog. Before starting a blog , you need to have proper planning and strategy. I would suggest ...

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    How To Get Free .Com Domain For a Year

    May 26, 2010
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    When ever some body is staring online, they need a domain and hosting to get their website up. When ever I talk to my friends and family members who are planning to launch a website, they usually have domain purchased from popular domain services like ShoutMyDomain or Godaddy. The problem is, because of unawareness, all of them miss getting their free .com domain or other top level domain names like .org, .net and so on. ...

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    3 Free Tools To Analyze Your Blog Traffic Stats

    May 26, 2010
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    When it comes to analyzing blog traffic stats, we have ample ample amount of tools to analyze your blog stats. Some of them are paid and some of them are free. When it’s come to free open source tool, I never give a second thought about paid tools. Here I’m sharing 3 Tools which I always use to analyze my Website stats. List of Blog traffic Stats tool which I’m using: Before, we move ahead ...

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