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:: Protecting Your Reputation Online
03/29/2010 Google is sometimes thought to be the bane of the
Internet, and it certainly can be a thorn in the side of
search engine marketers. Many fail to look beyond the search
of today, toward what the implications of indexing and storing
information will have on future generations.
03/24/2010 Podcasting is an up-and-coming and increasingly
popular medium for communication. The following are common
questions about podcasting, perfect for those just getting
started in podcasting as a communication channel...
What Format Should I Record To?
While other formats are supported, MP3 is by far the most
common format used for audio podcasts. Unless there is a
specific and compelling reason to use a different format,
you should stick with MP3 files for audio podcasts.
03/17/2010 If money is tight and you want to build a brand
or business identity consider finding a logo at Logo Search. Logos are
only $9.95 , they are royalty free and can be modified to
suit your needs.
:: Small Businesses Overlooked
03/15/2010 State tax grab efforts more and more are pitting
governments against big Internet retailers.
Who gets forgotten, though, are the little guys and gals
making a go at the American dream by running small retail
businesses from their garages or Internet businesses from
03/08/2010 Even the most prolific users say Twitter has
become more useful as a way to tap in to the discussions
of the day than to broadcast their own thoughts. And once
you get pulled in, you might just find you have something
to say after all.
03/04/2010 Turn your ideas into action and fast track your
success at the Startup Business Boot Camp, a concentrated,
intensive hands-on event where you start with an idea on
Friday evening and by Sunday afternoon you can literally
be in business ready to generate your first lead or customer.
:: Innovative Ways for Designers to Use
03/02/2010 Stumbled across a couple of niche sites, that have
supplemented their websites and revenue by using Zazzle?
You create products using artwork or photos, and Zazzle
handles printing, shipping and payment processing. The artist
recieves a percentage or any sales generated. Seems this
works quite well for niche sites. Check these out: