Month: June 2004

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10 Ways To Indirectly Get To The Top Of Search

There are millions of web sites trying to get listed in the top 20 spots of the major search engines. That amounts to a lot of competition! I say if you can’t get listed at

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Adding an IP address to your Linux Server

This is a quick guide on adding IPs to a system manually. I would only suggest it if you are not using a control panel, such as cpanel, that has a feature to adds ips.

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How to restart apache Under Linux

Every time you make config changes to Apache, you have to restart the server. If you’re suffering the death of a thousand clicks trying to use a GUI to do this simple task, here’s a

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Comparing MSN And Yahoo! Optimization

With the enormous potential of Yahoo! and Microsoft to place major financial and marketing support behind their search engine efforts, there is a strong possibility of some serious search competition. It would be prudent for

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Getting High Rankings in MSN Search

With the launch of Microsoft’s MSN search engine, make sure your site gets a piece of the action. Along with practicing strong Google and Yahoo Search optimization, you will want to add MSN Search optimization

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Increase Your Web Page Traff

Have you optimized your web pages in order to receive traff?c from the major search engines (SE) like Google, Yahoo or Msn?

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Common SSH Commands and Linux Shell Commands

We’ve put together some of the more frequently used SSH commands or linux shell commands, and organized them by name so you can easily find a command, their description and how to use it. This

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Common-sense Search Engine Optimization

For years, when people thought about search engine optimization, in all likelihood, gateway pages, doorway pages or informational pages probably came to mind. If you’re a search engine optimization specialist, you’ve probably had clients requesting

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How can I change permissions on my cgi-bin files using FTP?

You can use your FTP software to set the proper permissions for your scripts in your cgi-bin.

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CHMOD Commands

Chmod command sets UNIX file permissions. You can set the permissions with the help of your FTP client.