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    7 Essential WordPress Security Tips

    July 5, 2010
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    For any website, a security strategy is a must. And as wordpress is the most popular open source software for blogging, it is a primary target of many malicious attacks. Wordpress has many protective plugins, functions and techniques to save you. When used in an aggregate, these tools can defend you from vicious activity, hacks, spam and other threats. Let us have a look to few of these techniques today.

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    How to Access Pandora Radio Outside US : Hotspot shield

    April 24, 2010
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    Most of us know how awesome Pandora Internet Radio is, from the times when it was accessible from India and other countries outside the United States. Later owing to legal restrictions streaming websites like Pandora, OpenHulu and CBS.com stopped providing access to countries outside USA. If only we still had access to it? Today we are going to share guide for newbie to access Pandora radio outside US. Firstly, let me talk about the current ...

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    Importance of Outbound Links for SEO

    April 18, 2010
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    We have been learning a lot about inbound link, which is basically links coming from outside domain and we all have seen importance of inbound links for SEO. Have you ever thought about outbound link SEO. How and why it’s important to have a quality outbound link from your Website? Sounds little confusing but when we are looking into post panda world, I’m going to talk about Importance of outbound links for SEO. We have ...

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    5 Effective Ways to Connect to Professional Bloggers

    April 15, 2010
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    Every blogger starts career alone but sooner or later he want to start his own network of blogs or want to connect with successful and pro-bloggers, with whom he can achieve the goals. It is always better to connect with other bloggers whom you think are ideal for you and who can give you a new twist to your blogging career. You should never think that a blogger is successful only if he is earning ...

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    The Sad Story of My Hacked WordPress Blog And Lessons Learnt

    March 25, 2010
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    WordPress is undoubtedly the most preferred blogging platform in the world. WordPress is like Microsoft windows to the blogging world. Till date, this open source software powers almost 19% of websites in the world. Whenever a software gets that famous, the bad guys begin to target it. WordPress, is no exception to this trend. Do you really know what WordPress is? I write a blog called Interview Mantra that runs on self-hosted wordpress. My website ...

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    How to Browse Unread messages Quickly in Gmail

    March 11, 2010
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    I’m an avid user of Gmail and its one of my favorite email web client. I receive almost 200+ email in one day in which almost 150 Emails are important. I have a bad habit of checking Email via my iPhone and sometime I skip reading many emails.   I didn’t realize but due to this habit I have lots of email in my inbox. One tip from me , If you want to be ...

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    How to Display HTML code on a Webpage

    March 5, 2010
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    You must’ve tried adding some piece of html/javascript to a blog post at some point. And to your dismay, the code simply refused to show itself! Instead what you got was the output of the code. For example, to display the html code for adding a simple anchor  text-link, <a href=”http://shoutmeloud.com”>Shoutmeloud</a> you might have gone crazy, with the result being Shoutmeloud In order to prevent this, you can use any of the following ways : ...

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    Why My Squeeze Page Converts Better Than Yours

    February 24, 2010
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    Recently, I was testing out a squeeze page and it was converting at a whopping 77%!  I want to go through the dynamics of the page and explain why it did so well. Firstly though, I want to note that when I say “squeeze page” I am referring to the page in which a user is given the choice to opt-in to your subscriber list for a free offer.  Okay, let’s get started. <Image Credit> ...

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