Month: February 2005

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We Love Linux, Google, And Apple

Jennifer Rice writes : Just for fun, I started typing in “I hate (brand)” in Google to see what comes up. I then got curious about the findings for “I love (brand).”

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silversurfers clamAV updater 0.88

Just found this info on the cPanel forum and compiled it to give you a step by step guide of how to upgrade to clamAV 0.88

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5 Steps To Increase Your Google Page Rank.

Google Page rank is based on back links. Back links are Links pointing to your website from another website. The more back links you have the higher your PR will be.

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Figuring Keyword Density

Understanding and being able to calculate the keyword density on your Web pages is essential for keyword optimization. Read on to learn how to figure keyword density and what optimal density ranges are for your

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Benefits of Using CSS

In order to make web sites as search engine friendly as possible, webmasters are forced to do without visually pleasing design elements. With the development of CSS, however, good site design is no longer a

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Getting Listed in DMOZ

Getting traffic to your web site isn’t so difficult if you submit your URL to the right places. However, many of the highest traffic engines are pricey to submit to. There is one directory, DMOZ,

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Uses of Personal Websites

To get an idea of just how useful a personal website can be, take a look at the following three scenarios:

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Building a Personal Website

Building a personal website can be fun, useful and even profitable. Read on to learn about the uses of personal websites and why you should get one of your own.

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Shared vs. Dedicated IP

Learning whether or not you need a dedicated IP address can save you money and potential problems down the road. Learn more about shared and dedicated ip addresses below.

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Determining Keywords

Determining keywords is a critical step in web design. If your website and meta tags do not contain related keywords, web surfers will be unable to find your website when they conduct searches.

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Google Is Now A Domain Registrar

Murray Kester reports : Google is now an ICANN-accredited registrar of domain names, providing it with yet another potential line of expansion. The fast-growing search provider is approved to sell names in seven top-level domains