Women Entrepreneurs In INTERNET Marketing

Women Entrepreneurs In INTERNET Marketing Copyright © 2001 by Sue Seward. All Rights Reserved. (***You may copy this article using the attached bio below) Internet Marketing is definitely an ideal career choice for any woman who has the desire, the right attitude, and understands what it's really all about and what it takes to be an entrepreneur. Women are caretakers and in my opinion are well suited to Internet Marketing because of this caring nature. Women are networking from the time they ...
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Buying Expired Domains Tips - The Issue of PageRank

Every webmaster tries hard to promote web site on to the top most pages of Google search engine. All of us understand that Google has a system called Google PageRanking that allows it to index web sites on search engine pages. With this system, Google also decides how popular your web page is among search engine users. Higher PageRank means that your web site is more popular than many other web sites and it commands some authority among web users. PageRanking is an important index for expired ...
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All the Good Domains Have Disappeared

It is becoming increasingly difficult to buy a good expired domain these days, because almost all words in a Standard English dictionary have been used to register domain names! Generic and single, two or three letter names are no longer available, unless you buy them at a hefty price. Most of the names available in an expired domain portfolio are just good enough to get you very small income. The secret key to expired domain business is buying one that possesses a flood of incoming links and ...
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The Basics of Hosting

At its most basic, getting an Internet project up and running requires two essentials: access to hardware and access to the Internet. Hardware and bandwidth are a major consideration in light of both the potential expense and the issue of quality of service. This is one of those areas where you can pay as much or as little as you like. There is a correlation between what you pay and the quality you get, but there are plenty of good deals to be found in the current market, so shop ...
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10 Best Hidden Windows Features

Windows XP is an operating system par excellence. Easy to use it comes with some amazing features. 1. The computer management screen allows control of the operating system from a single interface. 2. The event viewer permits viewing of logs maintained by XP as default. Program and system errors are maintained in the systems logs for ready reference when recurring problems occur. Important is to enable this auditing system which is inactive by default. 3. The shared folders file lists all ...
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Free business software alternatives to Microsoft office

The cost of using 'paid for' business software has become prohibitive. Both businesses and home users are focusing on new and affordable avenues. The options include free software: * StarOffice: The code base can be accessed at OpenOffice.org. This is the group coordinating the development of the product. OpenOffice .org runs on Windows, Linux, Solaris as well as Mac. * Version 5.2: enhances browser compatibility and has the latest security and performance related enhancements. * 602ProPC ...
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Internet Privacy

How many times have you surfed to a new site, only to be asked for your name, birthday and gender? Did you enter the information that was requested? And if you did enter it, was it the real information or something you made up? I don't know about you, but I find sites which needlessly ask for personal information to be annoying. In fact, I will leave a site the moment a site requires me to enter anything which is not necessary to complete the transaction. Yes, I do understand that when I apply ...
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Sins of the Internet

One of the most common misconceptions among new (and sometimes advanced) internet users is that "if you can grab something it must be free". Add to that a touch of naivet• and a hunger for cash or fame, and you've got a formula for disaster ... or at least for some sins. This leads directly to one of the most common and most self-destroying sins of them all - that of the Signup Junkie. Just about everyone that I know went through this phase - it's typical for most newbies. They sign up ...
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Getting One Free Domains

Free stuff sites make up a very decent percentage of all sites on the internet. You can get anything from free screensavers to free software to free iPods to free vacations on the internet. Obviously other than a very few select products none of them are 'truly' free. They are not even a 'shareware kind' of product. Most of these schemes will expect a certain action to be performed to claim the 'free stuff'. Normally, signing up to an offer from an advertiser, referring friends to a site or ...
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THE INTERNET IS ALIVE!

The Internet is: - NOT an information highway for cruising - NOT a library for reading - NOT a game board for playing - NOT a resort beach for surfing - NOT a medium for chatting - NOT a shopping center for buying The Internet is nothing like a newspaper, magazine, radio, CD, movie or TV. It can not be compared to anything we know from previous experience. It is a dynamic, thriving, chaotic, growing, learning organism. It has: - A Skeleton - A Circulatory System - A Nervous ...
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