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Monthly Archives: March 2011

Free App to Accept Credit Cards

Free App to Accept Credit Cards
17 Mar 2011

Software & Programs Years ago when I did more outside consulting and dabbled in drop-shipping, I had to accept credit cards. But the fees associated with processing Visa and Mastercard payments  were outrageous.  And if you wanted to accept American Express and Discover as well, you had to pay even more additional fees. I eventually dropped my credit card processing account since the volume of generated income via credit card payments was not worth my while and ...

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The 1520 Words Guide to Dominating the Blogosphere

The 1520 Words Guide to Dominating the Blogosphere
16 Mar 2011

Blogging Blogging is becoming more popular and competitive and every single day there are thousands of new blogs created so at this rate it becomes very difficult for new blogs to gain traction. While you can easily visit a lot of blogs and read a lot of posts on building a successful blog the truth is that many of the tips you will be reading about don’t work either because the person who wrote the post is a copycat blogger or because the said ...

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SEO is dying again and Lieberman wants to be Gaddafi

SEO is dying again and Lieberman wants to be Gaddafi
13 Mar 2011

Blogging It seems like there’s always someone on the Internet who’s ready to throw the towel in on seo and pronounce its day is over as a useful way to get the ranking and traffic that you need to be successful on the web. If that was the case Google wouldn’t be spending the time they are on hunting down the content farms and changing the way their algorithms dictate success or failure as far as that search engine goes. Sure there’s the argument ...

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Video Killed the Radio Star

Video Killed the Radio Star
13 Mar 2011

Video Blogging But it doesn’t have to kill your business. Depending on your age and the country you live in, you may or may not recognize the title of this post. It’s a song from the 80’s, back when MTV had just hit TV’s around the country and everyone loved to watch videos of their favorite bands and musicians. The message of the song is that video left radio in the dust. And while it may not have completely killed radio, it did put a ...

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Refynr – Filter Your Twitter and Facebook Feeds

Refynr – Filter Your Twitter and Facebook Feeds
12 Mar 2011

Reviews, Social Networking More and more social networking users must really be fed up with the junk in their timelines, because new tools for filtering out that junk keep emerging. Usually we see filters for just Twitter, but Refynr includes Facebook as well. The site is currently in closed beta, so you will need an invite code to sign up. “Refynr (‘Refiner’) is a web-based client that filters your Twitter & Facebook feeds and saves the ...

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Schedule Emails and Setup Reminders with Boomerang for Gmail

Schedule Emails and Setup Reminders with Boomerang for Gmail
11 Mar 2011

Reviews, Social Media I was recently searching for a way to schedule email messages within Gmail and came across Boomerang. It’s a simple browser extension/plugin for Firefox and Chrome that works pretty effortlessly. With a few menu selections you can send emails at a later time and setup follow up reminders. Once installed, You will have 4 new options added to your inbox. Set Up Follow Up Reminders The menu for setting up follow up reminders will appear at ...

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Why You Should Never Settle for One Browser

Why You Should Never Settle for One Browser
10 Mar 2011

Software & Programs As a blogger, your work takes place on the Internet and this means that the most important tool you use is going to be your Web browser. Fortunately, there is a good selection of free browsers that you can choose from including at least half a dozen “big name” browsers that most at least know about. But while everyone has a favorite browser that fits their tastes and needs, I’m of the view that, as someone who works online and ...

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