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Sunday, October 22, 2006

Simple steps for smooth computer operation on the Internet.

Want to keep your computer running smooth, while your on the internet? About 50% or more, of the computer problems that happen can be avoided with some simple steps.

First, make sure to have automatic updates set for windows. I recommend it be set for every day. An update could come out on Tuesday, & if you only update on Sundays that would be 5-6 days without it.

Second, defragment your hard drive often. Windows recomends Defragment volumes after installing software or after performing an upgrade or clean install of Windows. Volumes often become fragmented after installing software, so running Disk Defragmenter helps to ensure the best file system performance. It is also good to defrag after long periods of use or during low-usage periods too. The best thing to do is Analyze volumes regularly and defragment them only when Disk Defragmenter recommends it. A good guideline is to analyze volumes at least once a week.

Third, use Disk Cleanup frequently. Disk cleanup, removes temporary Internet files, removes any downloaded program files(ActiveX controls and Java applets downloaded from the Internet), empties the Recycle Bin, remove Windows temporary files, removes Windows components that you are not using, & removes installed programs that you no longer use. I run disk cleanup daily, or every 2 hours on the internet.

A lot of times when I look at a computer that is not working or having problems, the reason is because these things need to be done. These are 3 steps are usually all I have to do to get the computer running good again.

Give your blog good roots, then watch it grow.


To build a good strong blog, you have to be patient. The process is almost like planting a tree. First you have to let the roots grow, with a tree it has to first be placed in good soil, given fertilizer, & be watered often. A blog is quite similiar first it has to be placed in good soil which is first a name for the blog, the blog design or setup, & a focus or theme, to get an audience you have to cultivate one. Now the fertilizer for a blog is the content, & giving your blog quality content will ensure its growth. Now the watering of your blog is posting & like a tree you can overwater it as well as under. Make a a schedule water/post to your blog about 1-2 times a week, with good quality, post that aren't too long or short.

Like a tree it will take some time for your blog to grow, but with good roots it will. Then before you know it, all of sudden your blog has grown & your able to reap the fruits of your labor.

Sunday, October 15, 2006

Adsense Tips for Bloggers 1

Adsense Tips for Bloggers 1

Play a game to Increase your blog's traffic & add links.

That's right all you have to do is play a game, to increase your blog's traffic & add links. It's called BlogShares "the fantasy blog stock market".

What is BlogShares?

BlogShares is a fantasy stock market where weblogs are the companies. Players invest fictional dollars on shares in blogs. Blogs are valued by their incoming links and add value to other blogs by linking to them. Prices can go up or down based on trading and the underlying value of the blog. No actual ownership of blogs is transfered. BlogShares is purely a fictional marketplace.

Join today & have some fun, while making your blog traffic overflow.

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Take a walk down Internet History.

That's right you can take a walk down Internet history. See what your new favorite website looked like before you found them or how it was 5 years ago. Check out ebay's humble beginings. How is this possible, the Internet Archive called The Way Back Machine. They has been busy over the years archiving all the websites on the world wide web. The Way Back Machine boasts that it stores “40 billion web pages archived from 1996 to a few months ago”.

Take take a trip down Internet history and look at what some of the modern pinnacles of the Internet were like back when the net was new.

Try eBay when it was originally called AuctionWeb

Yahoo! dates back to 1996


Try Dell computers back in 1996

Now Anyone Can Get Free Advertising

As you know some of the best ways to get traffic to your site is through the search engines. And as you know search engines love blogs.

If you know how to use blogs you can easily get more traffic to your website just by posting your keywords in the title and having your blogs indexed.

Other ways to get traffic to your site is to use popular free traffic exchanges. They come in many forms such as start (homepage) exchanges, safelists (opt in email ads), toolbar ads such as instantbuzz.com and forums such as the free advertising forum.

If you are looking to kill 2 birds with one stone, you can advertise for free on a new BLOG that actually allows you to place your ads for free on their site.

The reason this is good because you get all the benefits of placing your ads on a BLOG and you all get to advertise for free.

Most people would look at this as a no brainer. Although most webmaster do not like people to advertise on the blogs, this site was made just for that.

It is free to join and thousands are flocking to this service to drive huge traffic to their sites in ju8st days by simply posting one little ad on their home page.

Anyone looking to increase their profits should look in to Free Advertising Blog

New way to get your blog noticed.

Get your blog noticed.

If your looking to get yourblog noticed or to increase your blog traffic. I have two new, great & fun ways to do that. In my earlier blog postings (see blog #1 or blog #2) , I told you how to increase your blog's traffic for free by going to blogexplosion. It's really simple all you have to do is simply join blogexplosion, next click for credits, & then trade your blogexplosion credits for traffic. It really is a great & easy way to increase your blog's traffic.

Well, now the wonderful people from blogexplosion have come up with two more ways to help bloggers get traffic. The first & my favorite new way to get traffic is with their Rent My Blog Advertising Swap Program. Learn to rent space on other member blogs for increased visibility and how to earn traffic by renting space on your blog in a fun and easy market-based format. The other way blogexplosion is helping you increase your blog's traffic is with some cool games you can play to earn credit or you can choose to battle blogs with other blogexplosion members for traffic credit.

Another great way to increase your blog's traffic.

Another traffic increase for your blog.

That's right I have another great way to increase your blog's traffic. It's simple to do & its free too. All you have to do is go to BlogMad & then fill out a membership form. Within minutes, you to will be a member of BlogMad . Then all you have to is click for credits at BlogMad & trade those BlogMad credits for traffic. So, don't waste anytime sign up today, at BlogMad.

Friday, October 13, 2006

Blog Money &Top Paying Keywords List

Blog Money &Top Paying Keywords List

Article Writing Resources

Article Writing Resources

Business Development

Business Development

Monday, October 09, 2006

HTML

What is HTML?

HTML stands for "Hyper Text Mark-up Language"

HTML is the bricks and mortar of the WWW. Without HTML the
World Wide Web could not have become as important as it is today.

HTML is a document formatting language common the all computers
on the WWW. html permits cross platform communication between
Macs, Apples, SUNs, PCs and others to view a document in a similar
way.

Every webpage that you visit uses HTML in some way, you can view
the HTML code behind a website in Internet Explorer by selecting:
View > Source

Sunday, October 08, 2006

This is thoughtsprevail.blogspot.com

This is thoughtsprevail.blogspot.com

Information Webmaster,Webhosting,Domain Name and more

Information Webmaster,Webhosting,Domain Name and more

Blog Money &Top Paying Keywords List: 7 Don'ts of Search Engine Optimisation

Blog Money &Top Paying Keywords List: 7 Don'ts of Search Engine Optimisation

Free traffic for your blog

Looking for a good way to add free traffic your blog. Then check out Blog Soldiers today. It is so simple to increase your blog traffic with Blog Soldiers, anyone can do it. All you have to is join, & yes it is free, so join today. Then all you have to do is view blogs to earn credits & show off your blog. Blog Soldiers is one of the best blog only traffic exchange.

Check out Chance Movie-DVD Review Blog

"Our Review of Chance Movie-DVD Reviews"

Chance Movie-DVD Review is a great to visit. Want to know if that movie is worth watching? Wondering what new releases our coming out this week? Looking to watch a trailer of a new movie? Do you like to read about your favorite movie star or what's happening in Hollywood? Then Chance Movie-DVD Reviews is the place for you.

Sample Movie Reviews: Curious George, Thank You for Smoking

Sample Movie Trailers: Click, Employee of the Month

Sample Movie Star/Movie Information: Jack Nicholson

Computer Bulletin Boards Information

Basic Uses Of Computer Bulletin Boards
You can use BBSes to send and receive messages from people all around the
world where there is a telephone; send and receive various files and programs
from people and companies; as well as play games, receive information, and
just have a good a good time.

What Is A Computer Bulletin Board?
Computer bulletin boards are more commonly referred to as a bulletin board
system, or "BBS" (for short). A BBS is a computer that uses a special
program whaich allows other computers to call it up by using regular phone
lines. A BBS is like a storage facility that permits people to send and
receive messages through their computers, as well as send and receive files.

General Uses of BBSes
There are many uses for BBSes. You can use them like a regular (cork)
bulletin board. You can use them to post jokes, notices, news flashes,
and so on... You can also use them much the same way that you would use a
CB. People can hold a "conversation" over the computer by sending messages
back and forth just by typing the sentences into the computer, and posting
them on a BBS. BBSes can also be used to send and receive private
messages. You can use a BBS to gather information about a certain topic,
as well as ask other people to help you with something. A lot of people
exchange files and programs, and play games with people through the computer.
You can also use BBSes to buy and sell things.

The Business Use of BBSes
Many businesses use BBSes to send electronic mail to distributors, and
distributing networks. They use them also to talk to business prospects.
Businesses use BBSes for a variety of reasons. Auto Repair Shops, Mail-
Order Companies, Government Offices, Travel Agencies, Banks, and Sales
Organizations are among the different types of businesses that frequently
use BBSes to do business.

A Short History Of BBSes
In 1978, Ward Christiansen and Randy Suess wrote the first BBS software
program. They called it CBBS (Computer Bulletin Board System). They
designed the BBS to look like a real bulletin board that you would find in
a supermarket, a school, or at the office. The idea was for people and
businesses to be able to use their computers to exchange information, post
messages and contact people over the phone.

DO YOU REBUILD OR REPLACE OUTDATED COMPUTERS?

DO YOU REBUILD OR REPLACE OUTDATED COMPUTERS?

Do not get sold on buying a new computer just because industry experts say
that they are obsolete after 4 years. Many computer models can be updated
and upgraded by simply replacing specific parts and installing new software.
If you cannot decide her you need to buy or repair, here's the basic rule
of thumb to guide you in making that decision: Purchase a new computer if
the replacement parts or software necessary to bring it up to date cost more
than 50% of its original purchase price.
If your company (business) buys a new computer model, it should consider
selling the old one. There are secondary markets who export old computers
to Third World countries. The average resale price of a 3-year old system
is usually 10% to 15% of the original purchase price.

Selecting your first computer

SELECTING YOUR FIRST COMPUTER

There are still a lot of mail order dealers and regular everyday people
performing their daily office and accounting duties by hand. This is unfor-
tunate because a computer system will cut your workload up to 80% _ thereby
leaving you more time to market and develop new products. Plus _ it's fun.
There has not been one single person that I have trained or knew, that after
learning what a computer could do for them, thought it was a bad idea. In
fact, everyone couldn't understand "how" they did without one and will never
go back to the old method again.
Of course, most people are either "afraid" or don't feel they have the time
to learn a computer system. They like the old way of doing things because it
works for them. But _ if you want your business to boom _ you must invest in
some type of computer system.

For the beginner to the world of computers, you really don't need a system
with a lot of "frills" to complicate your learning process. There are lots
of older XT's and word processors on the market in the $250-$400 range.
That's about the same amount you would pay for a typewriter and it's much
more efficient.

Don't take everything the salesperson says as "gospel" and call around. Don't
be worried about not understanding computer language. If you study the ads in
your "Computer Shopper" things will begin to make sense. (To a lot of people,
this magazine is the bible of the computer business.)

Check with other manufacturers to find out what they have to say. Compare
prices. The only thing you need to keep in mind is determining exactly what
you are planning to use your computer system for. Not everyone needs desktop
publishing, engineering functions and costly word processing software. You
may be able to obtain your software programs through Shareware and Freeware
(low-cost or free programs). Take your time and ease into your new
computerized office very slowly. You'll love the change!

E-Mail, What it is & how it works.

An e-mail ("E" for electronic) is a letter sent electronically. Whereas
regular mail is sent through the postal system, e-mail is sent to a
computer via the telephone line. You can send and receive e-mail from
anywhere in the world. All you need is a computer, a regular telephone line,
and a software program used for sending and receiving e-mail.
Although there's a wide variety of programs used to send and receive e-mail,
these software programs have some features in common. E-mail programs work
by helping you compose your letter and then sending it to your recipient.
An electronic mail is generally made up of two parts: (1) Recipent(s) List,
which identifies the addressee and destination where your e-mail is going;
and (2) the Message, which contains the actual text of your letter.
An e-mail can have one or multiple recipients, and because your messages are
sent at a speed of 2400 to 14400 bits per second, it is possible to send
a one-page letter (the size of a regular bond paper) in less than ONE second.
This makes it possible for marketers to send e-mail to tens of tousands of
potential customers practically overnight.

HOW E-MAIL WORKS
One way of sending e-mail is by using an on-line service like Prodigy,
Compuserve, or America On-Line. However, a more effective way of establishing
an e-mail system is by going on the Internet. Through the Internet, you can
send and receive e-mail from any person who on-line, regardless of the
on-line service they are using.

HOW TO GET STARTED
Contact an Internet Service Provider (ISP) in your area. Your ISP will likely
charge you a flat fee of $30 to $40 a month to give you a dial-up Internet
access. This means, anytime you want to get on the Internet all you have to do
is dial the access phone number which your ISP gives you.
Once you're on the Internet, you can send e-mail anywhere in the world, and
it won't cost you a penny. Remember, all you're doing is accessing your
ISP's computer which is a local call away. However, through your ISP's
system, you are able to send e-mail to anywhere in the USA and to 147
countries around the world.

MULTIPLE E-MAIL
By sending multiple copies of the same e-mail to a number of people, you
are able to do direct selling without any cost. There are a number of mailing
lists available on the internet itself, giving you the e-mail addresses
of groups and individuals to whom you can send your information.

Using the Internet

USING THE INTERNET

The subject of electronic marketing will not be complete without at least
mentioning the network or all computer networks, known as the Internet.
Founded over 20 years ago by the U.S. military, and managed in part by the
National Science Foundation, the Internet has 20 to 30 million users worldwide
People who use the Internet include, entrepreneurs, executives, researchers,
educators, technicians, consumers, activists, students, and military
personnel. Most use the Internet to exchange e-mail, pursue special
interests, search databases, and conduct business.

E-MAIL
One of the most popular uses of the Internet allows you to send and receive
messages to and from people around the world from the comfort of your home
computer. These messages, which are free to send, are almost always delivered
faster and more accurately than regular mail. You can send messages to anyone
who has an Internet address. This includes members of most online services.
It is estimated that over 4,000 e-mails per minute gr through the Internet
What this means to you as an information marketer is that you can conduct
"direct mail" through the Internet to existing and potential customers.
This will eliminate your postage and printing costs. It will also reduce the
amount of time needed to process your mail.

The Internet also has mailing lists to which you can have your e-mail address
added. These mailing lists are made up of groups of Internet users with
similar interests. The users send messages back and forth to each other
regarding relevant topics. For example, if you are selling a publication on
gardening, you might want to join a mailing list of users interested in
outdoor hobbies. Whenever someone sends e-mail to this mailing list, the
e-mail goes to everyone on the mailing list. Sometimes the mailing list is
monitored by an administrator. If this is the case, you may be limited to
the kinds of e-mail you can send. If you can't find a list that has to do
with your publication's topic, you can start your own mailing list and wait
for others to join.

Once you join a mailing list, usually for free, you can receive 1000's of
e-mails from users you have already selected based on their interests.
You can then respond by sending an e-mail to each user's e-mail address.
Your e-mail might be a short message where you mention how your information
products can help them. Rather than responding to each e-mail individually,
you may be able to respond by sending one e-mail to the entire Internet
mailing list.

USENET
The Internet also has what is called, USENET newsgroups. This aspect of the
Internet allows users with specific interests to forms groups and share
information with each other, usually by posting messages that others
can read. Unlike mailing lists, you do not need to send or receive any
e-mail. You simply connect to the Internet, locate a USENET newsgroup, and
read or post messages to that particular group.

Marketers can also use USENET newsgroups by finding a newsgroup that focus
on interest of specific advanatge to the information products being sold.
You can do this by scanning the messages that have been posted. By recording
users e-mail addresses, you can compile a mailing list to which you can
e-mail information describing your product.

The Internet also has 100's of free databases that can be accessed to gain
information on practically any subject. These databases are indexed so that
you can search for information using key words or phrases. Most are run by
volunteers, but, just about anyone can start one. Publishers can use these
databases for two purposes. First, they are an excellent source of current
information. This information can be used to help you write your publication.
Second, experienced publishers can create their own database. Once created,
the database can be accessed by millions of Internet users worldwide. Your
own database can contain your publication(s), much like your own BBS.
Finally, the Internet, like many online services, is scattered with 1000's of
interesting computer files that is accessible free of charge to Internet
users. These files are usually located in areas called special interest
groups (SIGs). There are over 5,000 SIGs on the Internet.
Information Marketers can upload free reports, announcements, press releases,
etc., to these SIGs for others to download. This process is known as file
transfer protocol (FTP).

Using this process, Internet users can send and receive computer files
all around the world. These computer files may contain more complex
information than contained in standard e-mails. These computer files can
contain text, graphics, sound, or they may be actual programs. They have all
been created, saved, and stored by a computer connected to the Internet. You
can send and receive advertisements, small reports, or entire publications
using the File Transfer Protocol.

Increase traffic to your blog.

Getting traffic to your Blog.


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