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    August 2011

    Twitter Got Photo Gallery: Now Convert Visitors into Followers

    August 24, 2011
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    Sometime back Twitter added Photo upload options and which already created big business loss for existing service like Twitpic and now Twitter has enhanced it’s photo features and added a photo gallery. Now when ever you visit someone profile, on the sidebar you will see an option to see the photo gallery. Interesting thing is Twitter has also imported all the pictures which you have uploaded using twitpic. Though I’m not sure if they have ...

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    Web Design Crimes You Should Never Make As Freelancer

    August 24, 2011
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    I guess there are many newbie web designers, just like me, who aspire to become one among the top. To be successful as a freelance web designer, it is very important that you avoid some of the most commonly made mistakes. In this article, being a newbie web designer myself, I’ve just shared my knowledge about the mistakes committed by a freelancer while you may share your opinions about the same via comments. 1. Just ...

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    15 Widgets to Rock your Blog

    August 24, 2011
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    Today I have come up with a List of 15 Blogger widgets which can Rock your Blog. You don’t have to do any coding or add a new Plugin and get into excessive coding to add this widget. Simply go to your BlogSpot or WordPress widget, add a text widget and copy paste the code generated by any of the Blogging widget services mentioned below. I have an interesting list to share with you, but ...

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    PayPal Added Auto Withdrawal to Bank Account For Indian Users [Updated]

    August 24, 2011
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    Seems like PayPal and Indian bloggers have love and hate relationship. Earlier Paypal imposed some new rules for Indian PayPal users. One of them was withdrawing money from PayPal account to bank account within 7 days. Though I never faced any issue with this feature and seems like PayPal has come up with another solution to make it mandatory for Indian users. PayPal started offering automatic withdrawal for Indian users. Interesting thing is, apart from ...

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    Facebook’s New Privacy Settings: A Google+ Rip-off?

    August 24, 2011
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    Facebook just announced on their official blog that some new privacy settings and features will soon be rolled out. They aren’t live yet, but as the blog post goes, it looks like Facebook has taken a leaf out of Google’s social networking book to bring out the said new settings and features. There are quite a few new things actually and yes I’m going to talk about all of them, if you don’t understand then ...

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    Google+: The Safe Alternative to Facebook

    August 23, 2011
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    One major hang up for involvement in social media has been security concerns. For this reason Google+ has captured my curiosity in their claims to have advanced privacy options. I can’t help but wonder if this could be the turning point in the Facebook vs. Google race. In reviewing the Privacy Guide a few features caught my eye that I thought those with any interest in internet marketing might find helpful: Circles Although Facebook offers ...

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    How to Style BlockQuote With CSS for BlogSpot and WordPress

    August 23, 2011
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    As the title of the article suggests, we’ll be using :before and :after attributes in defining our CSS. However, the actual credit goes to the “content” property which helps us to achieve cool effects via CSS. So, in this article, I’ll illustrate the basic usage of content property to add stylish block quotes using CSS. In other words, you’ll be able to add a block quote that appears to have an image but does not. ...

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    SEO For Chrome: Get Detailed SEO Stats About Different Websites

    August 22, 2011
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    SEO plays an important role in improving your site’s ranking in different search engines. To check different SEO details, there are many tools available but majority of them are paid. In this case, Chrome users are in luck as there are many useful SEO extensions available which can be used to perform routine SEO tasks like checking Google PR, Alexa and much more. Today, we will be sharing a useful SEO extension for Google Chrome, ...

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