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boost_graph_thumbnailNo business is static and thus business should be left on the improvement trend. Making improvements is a conscious choice in which you are required not only to balance time but also choose an area that will bring impact to the business. The following methods will boost your business: Continue reading “Best Methods to Boost your Business” »

mountain lionAs Apple continues to release new operating systems, one may start to wonder, “Aren’t they going to run out of big cats to name them after?” Not yet. They got pretty clever on the last release. Since they had created an upgrade from OS X Lion, they decided to call the new release OS X Mountain Lion. Why? It still gives you everything Lion did: same beautifully simple layout and functionality, along with all the features you love that make a Mac super user friendly. But there are some major differences. Still a lion, but this time, it’s a bit of a different breed.

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Google Page RankIn my data recovery post I mentioned that the fastest way to boost your Technorati authority and get high ranking inbound links is to find blogs that have high PR and low Top Commentators and comment regularly on their site.

There are literally thousands of sites out there that fit this criteria and in all honesty it’s not worth the trouble to keep these dynamic links up if this is your main source of inbound links.  However, this is a very quick way to boost your link very fast on any blog.  I was able to pump this blog from 0 to 20 high PR links within 3 days.  My friend, who had more initiative went from 0 to a whopping 100+ in a week.  I wouldn’t recommend this unless you have a lot of time on your hands and want to comment yourself to death in the future to keep up the links. Continue reading “Page Ranking Sites To Look At” »

Computer MessIn 2005, results from a survey conducted by Opinion Research Corporations’ CARAVAN poll indicated that roughly 76 percent of adults in the United States own personal computers. On a related note, the U.S. Census Bureau estimated the July 2011 population to be 311,591,917. That’s a lot of computers in American households.

Most people depend on computers for email, ecommerce, video, social networking, news, and other general information. Computers are a place to store important files such as documents, videos, and pictures and increase in this importance as a number of services and products go digital.

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Tech WordsBuzzwords. We all hear them. Often times, they exclaim the name of some new technological advancement. The term “web commerce” takes two basic terms and defines a new meaning. So, what is web commerce?

The definition is simple. It is a form of commerce that occurs electronically that is usually carried out through the World Wide Web. Sending email and using other means of the internet can also function as a method of web commerce. It has become a fairly basic, common means by which companies can display their products, along with information and pricing. It is incredibly convenient and most of us use it in everyday life.

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