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Ten Ways To Clear Bad Press From Search Engine Results

by Linda Bustos November 10, 2006
If you're in a situation where negative publicity is front and center in search results, there are ways you can reclaim search engine real estate for your corporate identity. Though you can’t make negative results disappear from the search engine indexes entirely, the following strategies can help them slip off the first few pages of search engine results.

The True Art of Website Building

by Chris Walker November 01, 2006
The most asked question by my visitors is whether or not they need a website to make money online. Well, the short answer is no; you can still take advantage of PPC services like Adwords, for example, and send traffic directly to your merchant’s sales page without a website. But what we’re going to do now is reevaluate needing a website.

Viewing an IP Network Camera over the Internet

by Wes Fernley October 31, 2006
IP Network Cameras are designed to work in a Local Area Network (LAN) and over the Internet. Within a LAN, IP Network Cameras allow for motoring local to the computer network to which the cameras are attached to. With additional configuration of your computer network you have the ability to allow for your IP Network Camera to be monitored not only locally but remotely as well using the Internet.

Behind the Scenes of Setting up a Website

by Adam Mcleod October 30, 2006
Taking the plunge and deciding to set up a website can be a daunting process if you aren't already experienced in domain purchasing, hosting requirements, dns delegation etc. In this article I am going to attempt to familiarize you with some of the concepts and clarify some of the jargon.

Adware Issues to Avoid

by Patricia Stevens October 25, 2006
Adware is a type of software that is most often packaged in with other software, unbeknownst to the buyer or end user of the software. Categorized as an advertising-supported device, this adware software is then set to automatically install, load and run advertising material on the end user’s computer after or while the original software is installed on it and being used.

The Problem with Automated Content

by Gordon Goodfellow October 18, 2006
This article explores the shortcomings surrounding the use of automated content for website pages. The issues with the search engines towards such things as duplicate content and also the potential plagiarism implicit in using other people's content, including reprint articles, are also discussed, as are software solutions to these problems.

The Art of Keeping Top Secret Files

by Bob Elliott October 17, 2006
Why wipe sensitive files? If you concerned about your privacy then I'm sure you know about file shredders and what they do. These tools address the security problems associated with deletion operation. In Windows operation system user cannot do a secure deletion of files. This means that anyone who has access to your computer or to the hard disk of your computer can recover your deleted files.

No Time To Blog? Bloggers' Block? 5 Strategies To Developing Quick and Beneficial Blog Content

by Jim Cronin October 13, 2006
Being consistent with your expected posting schedule is crucial when it comes to maintaining an audience. Below are 5 strategies for populating your blog when you find yourself short on time and creativity. We use the top 4 to ensure the Tomato is fed its daily article.

What to Publish on Your Website: Content Development

by John Simms October 11, 2006
Content is vital in the growth of your Internet presence. Information is your asset and all you need to produce it is the knowledge you attain over time.

Overview of Networking Technologies

by Team uCertify October 05, 2006
The primary purpose of networking is sharing of resources, which is possible only by establishing connections between different computers in an organization.

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