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Enhance The Productivity Of Your Site With Search Engine Optimization Techniques

January 19, 2012 |

This is the age of internet. There are plenty of sites operating in the internet today, and therefore, there exists a cut throat competition among different site owners for a better position of their site. In order to survive in the competition, boosting up the productivity of your site is very important.  If you want to enhance the productivity of your site, you would definitely have to concentrate on the efforts of search engine optimization, which is one of the most important pre-requisite of a site. In fact, if you are not much aware of SEO, the most important thing that you should understand is that it is something more than just a technique.

You need to understand that it can not only help in improving the traffic and enhancing the productivity, but at the same time, it is one of the largest sciences that exist on the internet. Though it is true that SEO … Read More

Online Self-publishing Tools

January 10, 2012 |

The publishing industry is in the midst of drastic changes. Perhaps they are not as sweeping as what the music industry went through last decade, but they could end up being more liberating for artistic entrepreneurs. If you’re an author and you want to self-publish your work, you’ve got a lot on your mind. You’re probably a freelance writer, with a number of different clients, which means you’ve got contract tracking software on your computer and who knows what else. You may want a self-publishing tool that is easy to use and doesn’t require a lot of strain on your hardware. Here are five convenient online services for publishing your e-book:

Lulu—Lulu officially offers print, publishing, and distribution services for self-publishers, but they do much more than just traditional printing and publishing. Lulu works with 3rd party publishing companies in order to give you options as to how you should position your book. In this … Read More

The Possibilities of Internet TV With Live Streaming

November 17, 2011 |

Internet TV has to be one of the biggest, certainly the most innovative, products to hit the technology market in recent times. Internet TV is transforming the whole landscape of TV and media consumption, with traditional television suppliers and stations struggling to catch up. Rights, advertising, territories – it’s all going out of the window.

Here in the UK we’ve already had a high profile case of modern technology versus the established way of consuming technology. Certain very high profile sports coverage has been called into question after its providers attempted to ban people from finding the content through other avenues – a ban that has been deep sixed by the courts, opening the floodgates for a wave of uncertainty about legislation and territorial ownership.

For the consumer, of course, the internet TV with live streaming you get on plans like Comcast internet plans (which combine TV, phone, and net streaming together) represents a cornucopia … Read More

Hosting Companies Repackaging Themselves as Cloud Services Providers

August 24, 2011 |

The cloud is a hot concept with a great deal of promise. It is attracting substantial amounts of funding and attention, inspiring innovation and entrepreneurial activity.

For companies that already have a hosting infrastructure, it might seem to offer some potentially low hanging opportunities.

Once they have decided to capitalize on the cloud, these companies inevitably find themselves asking how to best do so. Their questions center around two main issues:

‘What Cloud Services should they offer?’ and ‘How should they market them?’

Generally speaking, the objective is for companies to leverage their existing infrastructure, expertise and customer base. Therefor it is best to offer services that can be supported by that infrastructure, by those experts and would be appealing to that audience.

The reality is that this turns out to be a tall order. Existing infrastructure is rarely if ever entirely suited to cloud scale storage and compute demands. Incumbent IT staff often assume … Read More

Top Online Schools—Serving your Educational Needs

August 23, 2011 |

If you think the internet is limited to chat, email and Facebook, then you have no idea about the benefits you have been missing out. Not only is internet a home to millions of websites, but also a platform for quality education. What’s best about online education is that you get to choose from top-notch schools and earn a degree; their degrees are recognized worldwide Study material and lectures are provided online, for which, you can pay fees in installments; thus, you don’t have to travel all the way to the institute.

Other Benefits:

* No time constraints. You choose when you want to study. All you need is an internet connection and determination. * You have access to your student database and forums, where you can meet with fellow mates and discuss issues. * Exams are conducted online. * Flexibility with fees payment. If you can’t pay all at once, many schools will … Read More

Tips and Reviews to Find Best Web Hosting Services

August 19, 2011 |

A web hosting business offers storage space, bandwidth, tools and other related services essential to make a website visible on the internet. With thousands of such companies, existing all across the globe today, it is difficult to decide on, which one offers the best web hosting services. Ranging from local providers to international organizations-most of which are now supporting multiple web hosting services, the best website hosting provider is the one that offers most reliable services at an affordable price according to individual and business needs.

Following are the key factors you should look out for in the best web hosting services: location, hardware, reliability, scalability, Monitoring, Support hours, response time, and policies also take into consideration the fine print.

Above and beyond the service, take note of the hosting plans, such as the operating system offered in different packages, along with the disk space, bandwidth, databases, IP addresses, Control Panel and most of all, … Read More

FreeGames.org Review: A New Game Everyday

August 13, 2011 |

With the worsening economic condition in several parts of the world today, it is refreshing to see there are still a few out there willing to give out things completely free of cost. At Free Games you get exactly what the site claims to sell, with no strings attached. The website is absolutely brimming with fun and exciting games catering to any and everybody’s taste. From the looks of the free games available on the website, seems its owners really dig deep into the internet to offer their site’s visitors with the best games possible. Read More

Search Engine Optimization As A Practical Marketing Strategy

July 14, 2011 |

Website owners often don’t consider search engine optimisation as a priority but the fact of the matter is the way in which we do business is changing and the internet is at the heart of this advancement. More customers than ever before are logging on for the ease and convenience of web browsing for great deals and if your website isn’t in a position to be seen, you won’t receive the traffic you deserve and will miss out to your competition. By tapping into this lucrative marketplace at an early stage of your business’ development, you are setting yourself up for success further down the line.

Search engine optimisation can often be a frustrating process and incredibly difficult to implement, especially if you also coordinate the day to day running of your business, which is why it’s crucial to partner with an established SEO company. By doing so, you will make sure that you make … Read More

Apple Subscriptions and Google One Pass gets support from Adobe Digital Publishing Suite

February 25, 2011 |

Adobe Systems Incorporated has announced that Adobe Digital Publishing Suite will support both Apple App Store Subscriptions and Google One Pass for magazine and newspaper publishers. The pre-release technology has already been used by leading global publishers to create and distribute their iconic titles on tablet devices.There has been tremendous increase in business opportunity for publishers, with 130 Adobe produced titles available for purchase and download being made rich with more subscription capabilities. Adobe Digital Publishing Suite supports a variety of payment methods: free content; single issue purchases; and the ability for publishers to tie into their existing e-commerce and fulfillment mechanisms for print and digital bundling and other offers.

There is new support for Apple App Store subscriptions when used with a publisher entitlement server in the latest pre-release of ADOBE Digital Publishing Suite. Broad support for Apple App Store subscriptions and Google One Pass will be available in the very near future.

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Amazon Introduces AWS Cloudformation

February 25, 2011 |

Amazon web services LLC has announced AWS Cloudformation, a simple way for developers and businesses to create collections of related AWS resources and provision them in orderly and predictable way. Users can use AWS CloudFormation’s sample templates or create their own templates to describe the AWS resources required to run their application.

AWS CloudFormation takes care of ‘how’ the resources are provisioned. All you have to worry about is ‘what’ resources are required. Also with this the need to manually recreate an application’s stack for each deployment by developers will be comfortably avoided. According to the company, developers and businesses just have to focus on their applications with AWS at hand.

Customers can create CloudFormation templates and deploy the associated resource stacks via the AWS Management Console, CloudFormation command line tools or APIs. It can also be used across multiple AWS Availability Zones to configure a wide range of AWS resources including Amazon EC2 … Read More

Australia Tuning into Anubis.FM: Sonos streaming 2 Million Songs

February 24, 2011 |

Sonos, the leading developer of wireless multi- room music systems for home has announced Anubis.fm as the first on demand music service available on Sonos for the Australian customers. They can now tune into unlimited, on demand, computer free access to more than two million songs all over their homes.One can browse and play anything from Anubis.fm’s catalogue with no computer required. Anubis.fm on Sonos features high quality, full length track streaming from the music catalogues of Sony Music, Universal Music, EMI Music, Warner Music, and key independent labels. It is available as an option in the Sonos Controller Music Menu under More Music menu on any Sonos controller. Anubis.fm on Sonos is a part of the Music on Tap plan and costs AUD$12.99 per month. The good news is that they are offering a free 30-day free trial.

Besides these, Wolfgang’s Vault allows the listeners to tune into thousands of legendary concerts from the … Read More

Google releases two new versions of Chrome

February 18, 2011 |

Google has released two new versions of Chrome, version 10 for beta users and version 11 for developers. With the six week update schedule of Google these new releases come as milestones given the fact that the software has the auto- update mechanism that goes unnoticed.

However there are significant features coming up with the new beta. The top spot is occupied by the faster java script “Crankshaft” version. The story of Chrome 10is that there is hardware-accelerated video, which can increase the computing efficiency and save battery life, settings controls that move from a pop-up dialog box to a browser tab and password synchronization among the different installations of chrome.

As for the Chrome 11 Google isn’t talking much. But it looks like they are about to include an interesting feature called “chromting”, which lets a chrome browser remotely take over another machine over a network. Its not unlike LogMeln or other remote … Read More

Microsoft releases Internet Explorer 9 Release Candidate

February 13, 2011 |

With promise for higher standards and performance, the Release Candidate of Internet Explorer 9 is now available. Microsoft has announced the launch of IE9 RC at http://www.BeautyOfTheWeb.com in 40 languages. With over 17,000 feed backs and guidelines from more than 25 million beta testers,  IE9 RC comes with a faster script engine and better compiler optimizations.

The RC has an improved play over the beta with support for emerging Web standards like CSS3 2D Transforms, HTML5 Geolocation and HTML5 elements. The version has accessibility to the audio and video controls of HTML5 as well. The privacy improvements of IE are well-featured in IE9 RC. In addition to an opt-in Tracking Protection,a Tracking Protection List is also provided.

IE9 RC functions on Windows Vista and Windows 7 but does not support Windows XP models.Microsoft has assured that the final IE9 will be available soon; as for now users can download the 32-bit or 64-bit versions … Read More