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Check to See If Your Email Server is Blacklisted

22 March 2011

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Having trouble receiving or sending emails? Are your emails ending up in the receiver’s junk/spam folder? Did you know, your email server’s IP could be blacklisted? The following steps will help you check your domain name / email server’s health. Step 1: Visit http://www.mxtoolbox.com. MX Toolbox is a MX Lookup Tool that lets you check your DNS […]

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Open PDF Files using Google Chrome – Farewell, Adobe Acrobat Reader

3 December 2010

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Today, Google released a new version of their Google Chrome web browser. Chrome is probably the fastest and most secure web browser and it supports all the latest HTML and web standards. With the new version, Google Chrome 9, Google have added PDF support to the browser. This means, you can double click a PDF […]

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Fixed : Cannot Connect to Windows Live Sync

14 June 2010

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If you are a Windows Live Sync user and one fine day your Live Sync won't connect, the error message might be : Cannot Connect to Windows Live Sync. The fix is very simple. Your Internet Explorer might be set to Work Offline. You have to go to the File Menu of Internet Explorer and switch off Work Offline. Windows Live Sync uses Internet Explorer's settings and cannot connect when IE is offline. Simples!

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How to delete a post from Google’s FeedBurner feed?

27 April 2010

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Using Google FeedBurner to syndicate your blog feeds? Have you tried delete a blog post or convert a post status to draft? FeedBurner will still display the post on the feed. You might be in a state of panic if your XML feed has a wide reader base. Not to worry! Edit your feed in Google FeedBurner and choose the "Troubleshootize" option from the menu.

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.eu Domain Names for just 99p

21 April 2010

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123 Reg is offering .eu domain names for just 99p. Just 99p for the first year and £9 odds from year two onwards. The deal is offered for the first 6000 customers only and at the time of publishing this post they have about 4500 more to go. Click here to go grab your .eu […]

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Revealed: The history of SEO (Search Engine Optimisation)

30 July 2009

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You require no introduction to SEO (Search Engine Optimisation). I am sure, by now, hundreds of emails offering SEO services flow into your junk folder and many self proclaimed SEO experts call you just to tell you how poorly your website is performing. Through the following article I am going to narrate the dramatic tale […]

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Get new customers by listing yourself on Google Local

24 June 2009

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Are you helping new customers find your business? Do they tell you how they found your business? Flipping through the local directory (Yellow Pages, Thomson Local, etc) or over the internet? Research shows that over 70% of today’s consumers use the internet to find local businesses and services. You might be losing potential customers to […]

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Still using Internet Explorer? Tried Google Chrome yet?

12 June 2009

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Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is the default web browser that ships with every Windows PC. 41% of internet users still use Internet Explorer as their primary browser. Reports show that the percentage of takers for Microsoft’s browser have been steadily decreasing since the early 2000’s. Internet Explorer is not a bad browser, but it is not […]

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