Yes We Are Less Expensive Than GoDaddy

October 17, 2016 – 12:27 pm
But, if that's your reason to register your new domain through us, please don't. There is an even lower cost option available, mentioned below, that may be better for you, if all you want is a low price. Generally speaking, I view GoDaddy as being among the worst options for purchasing a domain. Of course, we are the best, and there hundreds of options in between. Here's GoDaddy's price for 2 years of registration, with privacy: their ongoing price for renewals is really $46.32, so for 4 years of registration, our price is $77.76, theirs is $80.64. But, that's not what makes them a bad choice, it is that making any changes to a GoDaddy domain is a major pain, they bury the real functionality behind many, many ads for other services. You are confronted with barriers and ads at every step of everything that you do with your domain. The next best ...

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April 2, 2014 – 12:11 pm
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Create Effective SEO Strategy with Knowledge of The Five Forces of Keyword Competition

June 13, 2012 – 9:11 pm
The five forces are all external, so you cannot control any of them. But, if you learn what they are and how they can affect your optimization efforts, you will be able to create a more effective strategy as well as set more realistic goals. The Five Forces of Keyword Competition Search Engine Watch "These are, after all, some of the challenges of search engine optimization (SEO) – no one (regardless of experience and knowledge) can predict the resources ..." http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2184205/The-Five-Forces-of-Keyword-Competition The five forces are: Entrants Suppliers Buyers Substitutes Competition Read The Five Competitive Forces, The Idea in Brief, by Michael E. Porter on Harvard Business Review...

Google’s Panda and Penguin Updates and the Future of SEO

June 13, 2012 – 2:07 pm
Google's Panda and Penguin updates have changed the world of SEO, as we knew it. Read this Entrepeneur.com article for some ideas on avoiding a drop in your search engine rankings as a result of Google's latest round of algorithm updates. You have nothing to fear, if you have already followed our recommendations to create quality content that targets your website visitors instead of search engine spiders. What Google's Panda and Penguin Updates Mean for the Future of SEO Entrepreneur (blog) "Here's a better newsflash: No matter how many of these articles are written or how many adjustments Google makes, search engine optimization is still alive and well -- and will continue to be. But just because SEO hasn't been made irrelevant doesn't ...Entrepreneur (blog)" http://www.entrepreneur.com/blog/223765 Checklist: Don't Over-Optimize Engage Your Visitors Content, Content, Content... Content Quality is More Important Now Than Ever Check your Backlink Profile Does it Make Google Look Good to put you on Page One for your ...

Time to Perform an SEO Health Check on Your Website

June 13, 2012 – 1:37 pm
Google's personalization of search results can make it difficult to tell how your site is really performing. Using "Private Browsing" in Safari or Firefox and "Incognito" in Google Chrome will make sure that you are seeing the Rose-Colored Glasses view that Google will give you that will almost certainly look MUCH better than what the rest of the world is seeing. How to perform an SEO health check on your small business website Washington Post "These are questions that hit the core of search engine optimization. Here are a few quick-hitting tactics to allow small business owners to check the health of their websites as well as a few SEO tactics to perform after you begin to monitor that ..." http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/on-small-business/how-to-perform-an-seo-health-check-on-your-small-business-website/2012/06/12/gJQAz96XWV_story.html Checklist: Go Private or Incognito Check Google Preview Check "Text Only" in View Cache Site Search "site:mydomain.com", are all pages indexed? Check Page Titles Register Site with Google Webmaster Tools and Check for Errors See also the SEOMoz Beginner's Checklist for ...

Crucial Memory Advisor Tool

May 24, 2012 – 5:35 am
Adding Memory is one of the most cost-effective ways to get better performance from your computer. Use this tool to determine what type of memory to order.  

Gmail Labels Not Working (Missing) in Google Chrome Today…

February 11, 2010 – 6:01 pm
If you use Google Chrome for reading your Gmail then you may have noticed that all of your labels (including your Inbox) have been replaced by a More link with a small down arrow next to it. This would be a nuisance if the More link actually worked, but is a catastrophe instead because the More link does not do anything! That's the problem, here's the solution... Go to Settings --> Labels There you will see a new System Label called ^act -- if it is set to Show then Hide it and all of your labels should magically reappear. Weird that Google broke Gmail in their own Chrome browser, but not in FireFox (which still works fine). Seems this might be related to new Buzz functionality in Gmail? UPDATE: The above fix took care of missing labels, but the Compose Mail link was still missing... Choosing Settings --> Offline --> Disable Offline Mail for this ...

New Google Internet Browser Launched

September 2, 2008 – 4:19 pm
You can get it here:  http://www.google.com/chrome Quote from Google's "Why we built a browser page": Under the hood, we were able to build the foundation of a browser that runs today's complex web applications much better . By keeping each tab in an isolated "sandbox", we were able to prevent one tab from crashing another and provide improved protection from rogue sites. We improved speed and responsiveness across the board. We also built V8, a more powerful JavaScript engine, to power the next generation of web applications that aren't even possible in today's browsers. I would suggest that you download it and fully test your website in it to be sure that your site functions as expected. If first impressions and Google's history are any indication, it won't be too long before this is the most popular browser on the Internet.

Be Aware and Beware of the New York Amazon Tax Law

May 20, 2008 – 9:38 pm
The State of New York recently enacted new legislation that addresses tax registration, collection, and other time-sensitive obligations. As with all tax laws, this law may or may not apply to you and/or your online business. We suggest that you actively monitor the law and use reasonable efforts to protect yourselves as appropriate. The application of this law is dependent on particular business and factual circumstances. We encourage all of our clients to perform the appropriate due diligence as it relates to their specific online businesses. Our solution will be to cease any online, sales-taxable business in New York. We wish all online vendors would do the same to encourage reversal of this ridiculous, money-grabbing law. If this stands many states will follow, and the resulting administrative costs will be an absolute nightmare. Here is a link to a memo from the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, Office of Tax ...