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Facebook Etiquette Rules for Better Socializing

Facebook and Social Networks have changed how we Communicate Facebook is fast changing the way people communicate with their friends and family. The tools that it offers make communication much more efficient and sharing information far easier than before. The traditional boundaries that stood in the way of sharing content within one’s circle of influence […]

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SEO Spam and the Dangers that Follow

What is SEO Spam? Whether you are a small business owner with a basic online presence or a substantial website, you probably had to deal with the annoyance of getting unsolicited email from companies promoting their SEO or search engine optimization services. Simply put, you are getting spammed or to be more specific, SEO spammed. […]

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SEO Basics Guide for Beginners

What is SEO and what can it do for you SEO stands for search engine optimization. Simply put, it means organizing, writing and linking to your website in such a way that you get more free traffic from search engines. Contrary to what many people think, SEO does not have to cost money. You can […]

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Guide to Advertising and Marketing on Facebook

Facebook Marketing: Separating Hype from Reality If you visit many of the work-at-home websites or “make money online” blogs, you probably have been shotgun blasted by all sorts of come ons and fake guarantees regarding “making millions of dollars on Facebook.” When you read Time Magazine or online newspapers, they always keep saying how powerful […]

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How To Start An Online Business

The Power of Working from Home When it comes to owning your own online business, there are many myths out there. There is one particularly common myth that continues to allure and attract people, especially during these hard economic times. It is the concept of just sitting around in your pajamas at home, firing up […]

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Facebook Disclosure and Privacy Guide

Networking, Business and Friends @ Facebook Facebook is a very useful tool. Regardless of what people may say and despite its many detractors, Facebook is a very compelling online tool for networking with friends, gathering business contact information, and keeping abreast of information and events shared by the people you care about. It also plugs […]

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How To Avoid Work-at-Home Scams

One Result of the Worldwide Financial Crisis With the current economic uncertainty and the great recession that started in the year 2008, more and more Americans are finding themselves unemployed, underemployed, or looking for extra income. As housing values have decimated many families’ net worth and feeling of financial stability, the search for extra disposable […]

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What every User Should Know about Cloud Computing

What is Cloud Computing? Cloud computing is one of many terms for a software provision model where users log on to a server to access software. Other names for this model for computing are remote computing software service, software as a service, or application service provision. Regardless of the label, the structure of computing is […]

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Protecting Your Computer From Online Threats and Networks

The dangers posed by computer security threats cannot be underestimated. Every year, companies and individuals suffer losses in terms of direct money loss, time loss, productivity wasted and technical headaches and hassles that could cost several hundred million dollars. Network threats carry a lot of damage and every responsible computer user, whether or not they […]

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