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    September 2011

    Google Wallet: Pay Using Your Android Phone

    September 21, 2011
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    There comes a time, when a large company tries to change how the world works and fails. This is not such a time! Google keeps introducing new things every now and then, but not all of them are mentioned/talked about or plan on changing a mans habit. We all love to shop don’t we? We do not like paying surplus amount every time, but we do pay in money. Normally, whenever you buy something, you ...

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    How to Disable Default Lightbox Effect On BlogSpot

    September 21, 2011
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    Huh! The newly released Lightbox effect has caused a lot of trouble on various blogs especially those photography blogs which had another version of Lightbox effect installed on it. If you had missed the earlier article about this newly enabled effect, I recommend you to check it now by navigating to the following link – Is BlogSpot Testing Lightbox Effect for its Images? Just ensure whether the effect is visible on your blogspot blog before ...

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    How to Auto-Publish Facebook Post on Twitter [Official]

    September 20, 2011
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    Seems like Facebook is on a roll and they have been rolling out tons of new updates. In the past, they have rolled out many new feature and to here is a quick recap of recently launched Facebook features: Facebook friendlist, Facebook Subscribe Button, Facebook custom username with 0 like, and then on this Thursday in f8 conference we are expecting to see the launch of Facebook ticker feature and many more new feature. Seems, ...

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    Theme My Login: WordPress Plugin to Customize Login and Logout link

    September 20, 2011
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    ShoutMeLoud is one of the popular revenue sharing and multi-author blog. And I have already shared how to create a revenue sharing site, though to make sure readers and contributor get easy access to dashboard, you might notice that I have added a login and profile box on the sidebar at this moment. Here I’m talking about another WordPress plugin call Theme My login which is very useful for WordPress blog running multi-author blog or ...

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    Free Keyword Monitor for Google: Find Keyword Position in Google

    September 20, 2011
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    One important aspect of search engine optimization is to keep a track of Keyword ranking. When ever we talk about building backlinks by any method, let it be blog commenting, guest posting or article directory submission, the target is to increase ranking of particular keyword. Most of e-commerce websites or service portal, tries to rank for keyword for main domain but for a blog like yours or mine, it’s important to track keyword ranking for ...

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    How-to Create Bootable Windows 8 USB Flash Drive

    September 19, 2011
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    I recently wrote a complete review on the new features of Windows 8 developer preview. Microsoft unveiled it at the Build conference and everyone really liked it, specially because of the Metro UI and certain other new features. If you were impressed by it too, then you’re probably wanting to install it real bad. Since, Microsoft is allowing anyone to download the developer preview with requiring any activation, you can download it too. You can ...

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    How to Customize and Use Facebook Friendlist

    September 19, 2011
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    With the evolution of social media and networking sites, we all know our status updates on Social networking sites matters a lot these days and we have to be careful before we make any such update, which may create a problem for you in future. Specially when you have people from different part of your life, like college, work, Family, you need to be really careful with your updates. Facebook being one of the most ...

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    Does Shared Web Hosting Affect Search Engine Ranking?

    September 17, 2011
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    When we moved ShoutMeLoud to Shared hosting on Hostgator couple of days back one of the most common question which I had in mind is do I need to have a private I.P for my website? For the beginners, those who are not aware of Shared hosting, It’s a server where lots (10+ up to 200-300) sites are hosted on same server and thus sharing the same I.P. Usually you get private I.P on a ...

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