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Start an Internet Business in 5 Easy Steps!

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Want to start an Internet business? Great! Let's get started quickly by looking at five simple and necessary steps to getting your Internet business off the ground. 1. Select Your Domain Name - It is very important to select the proper domain name for your business. Why? It's how customers will find you online. A couple of simple pointers: shorter is usually better, I'd stick with a .com name - not one of the other top level domains. It can also help search engines to list you higher if your ...
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Internet Cafe's Common Mistakes

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

There are some very common mistakes made by internet cafes owner which may bring down the business. As we might know, it is not easy to attract customer to come to your internet cafe, especially when you got so many competitors around within your area. It is easier for you to attract customer before you begin your internet cafe business. Before the openning, do some promotion like banners, flyers and in your advertising do not forget to state 'free surfing in the first and the second day'. It ...
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Detection is the Key to Safeguarding

Sunday, July 28th, 2013

WITH the vast advances of internet technology your computer's susceptibility to malicious viruses, spyware, malware and other threats have been increasing. Surfing today's web can be a stressful pastime as many harmful links can even through the links which may appear to be safe but indirectly find their way into your system, putting your computer's data at the risk of being unethically violated. Online Link Scan is a brand new service that hopes to alleviate some of these fears and risks for ...
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Free Macafee Stinger

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

The MacAfee AVERT Stinger is a stand-alone utility which can be used to find and then remove specific worms and viruses. Please bear in mind that it should not be used instead of a full blown anti-virus application. It is designed to catch certain nasties, but you are strongly advised to have running on your computer full protection software. At the time of writing, the Stinger will hunt for literally hundreds of viruses, including Aardvark, Devil, Michelangelo, Franny and W32/Autorun.worm. ...
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Avoid Xpert Antivirus at All Costs!

Wednesday, July 24th, 2013

When you come across Xpert Antivirus, you may be fooled by its charm.  You need to be aware of what this program actually is.  This program is a rogue anti-spyware program that will pretend to be helpful, but is actually only around to do harm to you and your computer.These rogue anti-spyware programs will pretend to be able to scan and remove malicious software (malware) but in reality they cannot do either of these functions.  Such rogue anti-spyware programs are only able to give you ...
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Internet Cyber Cafe Definition

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

What is Cyber Cafe or Internet Cafe? Internet cafe or cyber cafe is a place where people can get connected to the Internet while eating or have a cup of coffee using publicly accessible computer. While the main activity in the cyber cafe is the Internet, such as email, newsgroup and web site surfing, other applications usually available are office suite to type document or spreadsheet, games, such as online games and other utilities such as printing service, scanning and digital photo service. ...
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Self Service Storage Business - Creating an Environment of Safety and Security

Saturday, July 20th, 2013

One of the most challenging aspects of maintaining a profitable and successful self service storage business is to offer clients and potential customers an environment of security and safety. Clients who store their items and property on your premises need to be confident that their belongings will be safe from damage or theft. A successful business owner can help convey this sense of security by surrounding the property with a tall security fence, the use of twenty-four hour a day cameras, and ...
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Win Protector Will not Protect You

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

There are many scams out there on the Internet and we try so hard to avoid them, but programs like Win Protector are so persuasive that sometimes we fall for it.  Win Protector is a rogue anti-spyware program that appears to scan and remove malicious software (malware).  Unfortunately, it cannot scan or remove malware.  Instead, it will download its own malware onto your hard drive and cause you some serious problems.If you have Win Protector on your computer, you most likely got it from ...
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How to Find a Better Web Host

Saturday, July 13th, 2013

The biggest fear an online marketer has is that his or her website will crash, freeze or experience any other significant problems that shut down the business for even a short period of time.  This could be a very serious situation in that the site owner loses not only the immediate purchases (while the website is silent) but a much greater number of searchers and warm leads who won't bother to come back.  This problem is exacerbated for businesses with parity pricing or product benefits ...
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Defending Your Properties; The Role Of Private Security Guards

Friday, July 12th, 2013

While seeking private security guard services most people are extremely cautious. Since the responsibility of protecting a property depends on the security services, they must be reliable and responsive to your requirements. In order to protect your property, employees and customers you a strong and unswerving security service who would be professional on one hand and experienced on the other. What to expect from Private Security Guard Services: Private Security Guard Services offer ...
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Is Antivirus Plasma a Threat to be Concerned About?

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

By now, you more than likely have heard of spyware. Like most people, you probably aren't really sure of what it is or what it does. There are many fake anti-spyware programs like Antivirus Plasma around that will supposedly rid your computer of malicious malware and viruses. Here is a little explanation about spyware and how to know if you have it.What is spyware? It is software that gets on your computer and can potentially be very harmful, both to your computer and your personal information. ...
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Choose Time Warner Cable for Your Entertainment Needs

Tuesday, July 9th, 2013

When someone says cable, what does it make you think of? Perhaps you were thinking of cable TV, and you would be correct, however, this isn't ordinary cable, it's the most awesome cable ever. At Time Warner Cable, we offer cable TV, high speed broadband Internet, and telephone bundles. There is no other company that will offer you the same great services that we offer here at Time Warner Cable.Road Runner High-Speed Internet From Time Warner Cable Delivers Download Speeds That Stomp The ...
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Effective Link Cloaking: How to Avoid Affiliate Income Loss

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013

There is a lot of controversy an affiliate commissions and link cloaking. Should you cloak your affiliate links and how do you if you are losing money or not?The first question that people ask on various affiliate forums is why should I cloak my affiliate links? Is link cloaking an obligation?Let's answer to the first one...You cloak your affiliate links to prevent one of these three situations:1- Prevent Link hijackingIn this case, a smart affiliate will steal your link since he is able to see ...
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