Oct 20
People who wish to set up an income generating site repeatedly ask whether one should opt for a conventional website or a blog setup. I strongly suggest that they should opt for a blog. There are several reasons for this suggestion, and the reason will become clear as you read this full write-up. What Is A Traditional Website: A traditional website is made mostly of a scripting language known as HTML. It might contain graphics, audio, video, flash and many other things. It is usually developed ...
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Oct 19
Adding video(s) to your Site by using an advanced "Flash Video To Players" Tool can be very easy, especially if you are non-technical user. The best thing about this technology is that you don't have to be an expert in order to use it. Looking for tips on how you can easily put movie files on any Webpage? Start reading this article. Basic introduction Working with an advanced "Flash Video To Players" Tool enables you to easily convert and compress your videos to .FLV (Flash-Video) Web display ...
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Oct 18
<!-- @page { size: 8.5in 11in; margin: 0.79in } P { margin-bottom: 0.08in } -->Adobe Flash CS4 Professional: power-packed, advanced features best to benefited with SynapseFlash is an integral part of every website nowadays. The powerful application comes with attractive features to create impressive animation and video clips to deliver rich dynamic websites. Launched in 1996, the application has undergone many updations and enhancements to make it more useful and customer-friendly. Adobe ...
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Oct 17
Copyright (c) 2008 OnlineBizU.com I'm lazy by nature and like to do as little work as possible. Therefore, when I have the opportunity to automate tasks, I jump at it. As I started getting heavily involved in social networking, I quickly became frustrated with having to update my status at several sites, as well as trying to figure out how to introduce my blog, my articles, and my ezine to my social networking audiences. After much trial and error, here's how I connect and repurpose all of my ...
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Oct 16
I often read debates on forums about whether you should have just a blog or just an ezine, with questions like, "I currently publish an ezine and a blog, but I'm thinking of dropping the ezine and going with just the blog." My answer... you need both! And here's why: Creating a blog post is much easier to do than going down the whole ezine publication route; however, as you do not know who is reading your blog you cannot begin to build a relationship with the reader in the same way you can ...
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Oct 15
You can learn how to install Joomla on your website in a number of ways. However, the simplest and by far, the quickest is through Fantastico. This usually takes about 1-2 minutes once you know how. In this article, we are going to cover just that. So, here is the step by step process for installing Joomla on your own website. 1. Log in to your hosting account's Control Panel. This should usually be http://www.mydomainname.com/controlpanel, where 'mydomainnane' is replaced your own website ...
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Oct 14
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Oct 14
It is without a doubt that one of the first things to consider when you start out on a legitimate home business online is getting a professional and reliable web hosting service. Many people don't do research and end up simply picking the cheapest one they can find in the market. This is very risky thing to do. The lively hood of your online business depends on a good and reliable web hosting service. You do not want potential customers clicking on your site's url only to find a blank ...
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