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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Ways In Which One Can Increase The Flow Of Traffic Towards The Blog

June 29, 2012 |

One of the major differences between just a simple blog and a successful blog is the traffic the latter receives. A successful blog must be a traffic magnet and would attract a great number in terms of traffic, leading to the success of the blog, and the website if it is a part of it.

For business websites, blog is of crucial importance. A web marketing company would always recommend its clients to have a blog. However, the blog is of no use if it does not attract traffic to the website. The lines below give some golden tips in attracting traffic towards a blog.

1. Shareable Content:

When writing content for the blog, try to make sure that the content is such which your audience would be willing to share further on other platforms. The more shareable a content is, more traffic would … Read More

Apple and Google Rift Takes to Maps

June 27, 2012 |

The Google and Apple war has been raging for a while now. And both tech heavyweights have been in the limelight of late due to their persistent involvement in android spyware or iPhone spy like behavior. It all seems a little bizarre but it appears as though Apple has managed to snag military style planes that go around taking pictures of everything they fly over. The military style cameras are used to capture the images that help build 3D Map system for the all Apple iOS machines.

Google of course takes the cake with multiple offences, the most recent one involved Google gathering data through open Wi-Fi networks that it’s Google Maps cars came across and ended with a $25,000 FCC fine. But it seems that Apple now wants to join ranks in terms of invading people’s privacy with their newest efforts to knock Google Maps out of the picture.

The maps are going to … Read More

The Blackberry Torch or the iPhone; Which One is For You?

June 21, 2012 |

Two massive retailers on the mobile market today are both Blackberry and Apple. Apple offers a touchscreen slim line phone that has a variety of high-end applications and state of the art features as well as a stylish look and an aesthetically pleasing casing.

The Blackberry on the other hand offers a handset that is also extremely modern however it is a little more on the business side in appearance in comparison to the iPhone; it also has one major difference. This difference is a full QWERTY keyboard, which allows users with access to the best of both worlds. A touch screen display and a slide out keyboard are both accessible on this particular model, so when the user finds that it is easier to type a longer length email or message on a keypad rather than just the screen itself, then this is also possible.

In regards to software, this is where each … Read More

The Advantages of iPad Casinos Over PC Ones

June 19, 2012 |

There is no question that out of all the mobile devices currently available, the iPad manufactured by Apple is one of the most popular anywhere in the world. However, despite the phenomenal success of this device, which people use to browse online and play games, it has still not replaced the PC when it comes to playing casino games in places where virtual gaming is particularly popular, such as Australia. In fact, there are tremendous advantages to ditching the online casino and switching to the iPad one, for those willing to make the change.

To start with you will no longer have to hang about in frustration waiting for your PC to boot up – something which can try the patience of a saint at times! Let’s face it, most of us lead busy lives and have to fit our games of poker or other casino games into spare moments, meaning that the instantaneous start-up … Read More

The Divine Mystery of Employee Portals

June 12, 2012 |

Employee portals are nothing new. In fact, well over 10 years ago, they were being touted as the next big thing in enterprise tech. Since then many companies have adopted portal development strategies that often have included online timesheets, internal wiki systems for keeping company tech documents up to date and rich analytics solutions that can be accessed by multiple employees throughout a large corporation.

Whatever the use of employee portals, the big idea has always been to use enterprise information portals (EIPs) to distribute massive sets of business-specific information to as many employees possible. But by the end of the 2000s, the idea of employee portals seemed archaic on the surface. Then cloud computing and social media arrived on the scene, which some are saying might have breathed some life back into enterprise-level portal systems or “portlets.”

Cloud Security and Employee Portals

As cloud computing becomes overhyped, the cloud security debate gets even more … Read More

Top Reasons for Why You Should Recycle Mobile Phones

June 12, 2012 |

Are you one of those people who find it hard to give away their old phone? You would rather keep it somewhere and never use it other than recycling or selling it? Ever wonder why you stick to your old phone? If you intend to make a world record with your phone, it is understandable. Other than that, it’s better to recycle it.

Negative effects of not recycling your phone

Do you know only nine percent of people actually recycle their phones? With all the negative effects not recycling can hold its better that you think twice before not recycling. Following are few of the reasons that will change your mind towards recycling:

• In recent times, old phones are regarded as one of the biggest electronic waste. • Old phones are termed as a hazardous waste because there are chemicals in them that seep out from landfills into the ground water system. • … Read More

A List of The Best Environmental Jobs UK Out There at the Moment

June 12, 2012 |

The green initiative has really started to develop in the UK – with the net result that there are now a range of environmental jobs UK being advertised for the right professionals. Here’s my current list of the best and brightest:

1: A technical director of industrial energy management. This role requires the holder to strategically arrange a business’ waste disposal and overall energy management, so it adheres to CSR principles, Governmental legislation and the economic requirements of the business.

The role means providing industrial energy management as a service package to businesses all over the country, and as a result also incorporates training of staff and the raising of awareness of industrial energy requirements and their effects on the planet.

2: A senior evidence technician (marine). Marine evidence technicians do environmental jobs UK in the coastal waters off England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. The basic thrust of the role is to build a picture … Read More

Why take the CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) Qualification?

June 12, 2012 |

Certifications can prove invaluable for technology professionals, especially in today’s oversaturated market. Having industry recognised qualifications like the CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) can make the difference of getting or not getting selected for interview. A qualification makes it easy for hiring managers to see what you can do and if on your CV, make you more likely to be picked out by recruiters. Sure, there is no substitute for actual skill and experience, but whether you’re new to the industry or a seasoned Cisco expert it is definitely worth getting a CCNA qualification.

What or Who are Cisco?

Cisco is an industry renowned provider of networking solutions including hardware such as routers and modems and software such as network security systems. Many companies from SME’s up to big multi-nationals have Cisco products in place and as a result are looking for individuals to support, implement and manage these networks. More often or not … Read More

Marketing Campaign Management Software: Top 5 Tools You Need

June 11, 2012 |

Two of the most widely known, utilized and respected email campaign management companies around today are ExactTarget and Constant Contact. There are a few other marginal small business solutions like MailChimp, but they don’t scale. Whatever email marketing company you choose, you’re going to want something scaled to your business, with proven efficacy in terms of getting conversions (usually ‘conversion’ means ‘sale’).

For the purposes of this article, we’ll look primarily at features available via Exact Target’s email marketing software, which is scaled for enterprise (whereas Constant Contact, MailChimp and a few other well known services are less so). There are also situations where small businesses would want to use Exact Target for particularly rich, sensitive or granular campaigns.

Here are the top 5 email marketing campaign management qualities that make Exact Target’s software ideal for enterprise clients:

1.  A Targeted, Precise and Customer-Aware Focus

When crafting and sending the emails for your campaign, you’ll … Read More

Micro Management: Smaller Than Small Electronics

June 5, 2012 |

Maybe everything is bigger in Texas, and maybe that’s the way they like it. But in most parts of the world, the opposite is often true — particularly when it comes to technology. Over the past couple of decades we’ve seen phones get smaller even as they take on dozens of different functions. Computers have shrunk in size and weight, despite ever expanding hard drives capable of storing virtually limitless amounts of data. Even larger equipment like printers and scanners seem to be shrinking.

Many consumers may not realize it, but the massive potential of these devices is dependent upon miniscule parts that must be engineered to precise specifications. Even minor variations in their design from one product to the next could create a wave of complications and even render the device completely useless. To accomplish this consistent, intricate creation of micro-products, businesses have employed a technique known as micro molding.

Micro molding process

Micro … Read More

Culture Wars: How Startups Juice Their Workforce and Clients

June 5, 2012 |

In a difficult economic climate, it’s not the well-established corporation pulling struggling Americans through; that job has fallen to start-up companies across the nation. These tiny operations exhibit a level of passion and grit that is almost impossible to find anywhere else.

 

Sometimes, what starts as a shoebox operation expands into something amazing. This phenomenon has been especially prevalent in an age of rapid technological advancements. In a short period of time, tech start-ups have completely changed how people interact with each other. What some people don’t understand, though, is how an “immature” entrepreneur such as Mark Zuckerberg can manage to capture such wide scale success. The answer? Start-up culture. In a start-up culture, it doesn’t really matter what you wear or which car you drive. You can go to work every day in a hoodie if that’s what you prefer. What does matter is that you turn out an innovative product.

 

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InfoGraphic: Ink Cartridge Usage

June 5, 2012 |

Here is a cool infographic on Ink cartridge usage. It shows the stats of how cartridges are used worldwide each year. Check it our for more in-depth understanding:

Via: Re-inks.com

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Technology in Cleaning Pollutants

June 4, 2012 |

Pollutants exist everywhere. Indoor and outdoor air quality are affected by the release of dangerous chemicals and heavy metals into the air, which are also present in the food and water you consume. Rather than risking your health, learn about pollutants and employ techniques that limit their damaging effects on everyday life.

  •  Indoor pollutants include dust, cleaning supply fumes, pet dander, mold spores and secondhand smoke. Filtering the air by using furnace and air conditioning filters can drastically improve indoor air and prevent allergic reactions or asthma attacks. HEPA filters trap dust and dirt and prevent these pollutants from being released into the air during vacuuming.
  •  Control indoor air quality by limiting chemical use. Cleaning supplies contain dangerous chemicals and fumes that aggravate sinuses and asthma symptoms. Natural ingredients like baking soda, vinegar, cornstarch and lemon juice are excellent for cleaning the home without damaging your physical health. Properly dispose of containers … Read More