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How to delete my saved password for gmail,facebook… etc

  • Go to Tools Menu
  • Options
  • Security
  • Click Saved Passwords… button
  • click Remove All button
  • click OK

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Changes to Google Apps for businesses

Google Apps started with the simple idea that Gmail could help businesses and schools work better together without the hassles of managing software and servers. As we grew from a handful of customers to a few hundred, we expanded to offer a premium business version of Google Apps. Fast forward to today and Google Apps is used by millions of businesses. We’ve also added versions for governments, universities and schools.

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Ask Google to crawl a page or site

Inclusion in Google’s search results is free and easy; you don’t even need to submit your site to Google. Google is a fully automated search engine that uses software known as “spiders” to crawl the web on a regular basis and find sites to add to our index. In fact, the vast majority of sites listed in our results aren’t manually submitted for inclusion, but found and added automatically when google spiders crawl the web.

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How to secure a PC or Laptop from Virus Attacks

Once you grab your brand new PC or a laptop; assemble it and connect it to the internet for a business use or for pleasure, then there can be a risk of Virus infection, Malware, Trojans, scams or several other bad things related to hacking. No matter what you name those virus infections, they all are very dangerous for your private data as well as for your computer system!

Some infections are very dangerous and some are less dangerous, but I don’t think you want any part of those virus infections or threats on your computer or a laptop. In this post you will learn some of the most important things that will keep your PC or a laptop secure from several infectious computer viruses, malwares or any other threat that may damage your computer system or your private data. This post is mainly focused on Windows platform because of its high reach and because they are under greatest threat.

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Warning: Your Computer Might Already Have a Virus Before you Buy it

Most of us are reasonably savvy now when it comes to online security.  We try and ensure our passwords are reasonably complex.  We ensure we have good quality virus scanning software installed on our machines.  We’re generally pretty good at spotting a phishing attempt.

One thing we’re probably not aware of though is a new tactic being used by cyber criminals.  The BBC reveal that a growing number of criminals are turning their attentions to PC production lines.  So in other words they’re trying to infect your computer whilst it’s being built, and before it’s even been shipped out to you.

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Add Your Gmail Account to Outlook 2007

Everybody loves Gmail, but some people use a desktop client, especially in corporate environments where Outlook is king. Adding your Gmail account to Outlook 2007 couldn’t be easier.

First we need to make sure your gmail account is set up to enable POP (Post Office Protocol).  In Gmail just go to mail settings and choose the Forwarding and POP tab. Click on one of the options to enable POP.

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How to backup and restore data and e-mail account settings in Outlook 2007

Creating backup of your outlook data and email account settings is as essential as creating backup of any data. This will help you in case of data loss or migrating from one system to other. In Outlook 2007 your e-mails are saved in a Personal Folder File with a .pst extension which does not include in your normal backup operation. Following these simple steps can help you to save and restore your e-mail, contacts, rules, task and more.

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Solving a Windows password forgotten problem?

Have you ever faced with Windows password forgotten problem? If so, how did you break Windows password after you forgot it? If not, suppose you may encounter with it someday, so let’s learn how to break Windows password today. Here this article will tell you some efficient methods to break your forgotten or lost Windows password on Windows 7, Vista, and XP etc. With these 3 methods, you can easily break all forgotten passwords on almost any Windows operating system.

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Five Reasons Why You Should Begin Your Social Media Marketing Efforts Now:

  1. Your customers are using it to make buying decisions. Millions of web users, both in the business to consumer and business-to-business markets, are reading blogs visiting Facebook, and tweeting daily. They are relying increasingly on social media for buying information in both the b2b and b2c worlds.
  1. Smart news organizations are with the social media program. The New York Times and Wall Street Journal and your local newspaper have made social media fundamental to how they learn and how they report.  If it’s good enough for their information gathering and sharing where it really counts, it’s certainly good enough for the rest of us.

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How to Put Social Media Marketing to Work for Your Company

Social media marketing is here to stay.  If you are not already active in venues such as a business blog, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Slideshare, and YouTube, you should be asking yourself whether it’s way past time to jump in with both virtual feet.

The answer to the question is yes with an important caveat…Before making the commitment to one or many possible social media outlets, it is vital to determine whether:

  • you understand the target audience that you intend to reach
  • you have something valuable to communicate to that target audience

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5 ways to undermine your Linkedin Profile

As Linkedin continues to grow (now close to 150 million members) it seems more and more people may be rushing to get their profiles published there. In their rush to be live on Linkedin (or maybe through a lack of thought earlier) they may be doing things that will make them look bad on this social network, specifically, and in social media generally.

So if you’d like to deliberately waste your effort on the world’s leading social network for professionals, here are the 5 Ways to Undermine Your Linkedin Profile:

1. Use a bad profile picture: By “bad” I mean any image that makes you look like someone I would not want to work with, collaborate with or in any other way connect with. For example, you may look like you’re in a police lineup or you’ve decided to use an image from your webcam that makes you look serious. But, your picture is there to help people remember you or identify you quickly from all the others with the same or a similar name.Best practice: Have a picture that’s a tightly cropped image of your face and shows you at your best. And, this should be obvious, smile!

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The Top 10 Reasons You Need a Blog

The term blog is short for web log, which started out meaning a personal online journal. Back in the late 1990s when blogs first emerged, they were usually filled with personal posts about the owner’s daily life, thoughts, and problems. They have since
evolved into invaluable online marketing tools. Blogs are now a “must-have” resource for any online business.

So jump into the 21st century and read below to see why your business demands a blog!

1. Corporate Headquarters – Every company needs a home-base or corporate headquarters, so to speak. A blog would be the hub of your business and establish your online presence.

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Top 5 Link Building Strategies for Your Site

he best Search Engine Optimization (SEO) experts can guide and assist you in link building strategies that will increase your website’s visibility on the internet. The following categories of backlinks give an excellent overview of the wide variety of options available for improving your site’s SEO ranking.

Links from Multiple Domains

While your link building strategies should focus on volume, your plan should not be to get most links from a single site. Instead,
work towards just a few links from many sites for best results.

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The Power of Social Media

What is social media, you ask? Think Facebook? Think YouTube or Twitter? Think fundamental shift in how businesses reach customers and how organizations connect with constituencies. Think outside your traditional marketing box. Web 2.0 is alive with conversations, and Internet marketing isn’t just about email blasts anymore. The social media train is leaving, and you don’t want to get left at the station.

Think you know what we’re talking about?

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The Power of your Business Online

If you are the owner of a small business or even an entrepreneur who does not have a business online already and think that you do not need one, you may need to think again. The Internet is where your customers are.

According to the Internet world stats, there are over 3.35 million Kenyan Internet users as of June/2009 and online technological advancement has overtime influenced and changed Africa’s means of communication and the way to do business. With the growth of local commerce on the web, the links between online and physical commerce are becoming stronger day by day.

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The Power of Online Branding

Do you ever wonder why some people perform better than others? Or do you wonder what the difference between multi-million companies and companies or businesses that are just getting by?

The answer might seem obvious. You might think, “It’s because they sell more than I do,” or “their product is better than mine.”

But, that’s not true.

So, what is the factor that separates the winners from the losers?

The power of branding.

Your company’s brand or even your own personal brand is what separates you from your competition. And it’s what will get your customers to buy from you over and over again.

Customers don’t buy products, they buy perceptions and reputations. They buy certainty. They buy trust and likeability.

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Strategies to Get More Customers to Your Business

Local online marketing is taking the web by storm, and more and more brick and mortar businesses are in danger of getting left behind in the dust.

The internet brings opportunities to everyday individuals and businesses like no other information tool. Everyday more people turn to the internet for their personal or business solutions. Whether it is to search for service providers or answers, the internet introduces clients to businesses they never would have heard of.

In today’s competitive world when Internet has revolutionized the business, every business is fighting to attract the majority of the customers and having a website nowadays is no longer an idea. It is a necessity and below are key benefits of having your website.

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Own your corner of the web

In today’s competitive world when Internet has revolutionized the business, every business is fighting to attract the majority of the customers. In order to make their online presence, businesses are choosing a suitable domain name which gives them the maximum returns.

Whether you are just beginning online or you’re a seasoned internet user, a domain name is an essential part of owning your brand online.

Having your own domain;

  • Projects a professional image and the level playing field with large organizations.
  • Increases your credibility with your own address yourname@yourdomain.com instead of using an address such as yourname@ISPname.com

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7 tips to optimize Joomla! security

Joomla! is a great CMS that is used worldwide. For this reason, hackers often try to find a way to hack a Joomla! website. Here are 7 tips to optimize your Joomla! security, preventing your Joomla! website getting hacked.

Always remember to make a regular backup of your website and database. If you still get hacked, you can always get back to an older version of your website. Make sure you find out which extension caused the vulnerability and un-install it.

Change the default database prefix (jos_)

Most SQL injections that are written to hack a Joomla! website, try to retrieve data from the jos_users table. This way, they can retrieve the username and password from the super administrator of the website. Changing the default prefix into something random, will prevent (most / all) SQL injections.

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Advice on the use of email

  1. Subject:
    Use a meaningful subject line. For example, if you are writing about a problem with a module, put the module code in the subject line along with a few words summarising the problem. If the subject of a thread changes, consider changing the subject line to something more appropriate.
  2. Concise:
    Be concise and to the point. A long rambling email might make sense to you when you write it, but it may confuse the recipient.

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