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5 ways to Get Traffic without using Google

The willingness of all companies that use the web as a marketing platform to benefit from relevant and qualified traffic to their website. To get there, the best strategy is certainly to practice SEO and be visible both on competitive keywords and long tail queries. But to further maximize its chances of being visible (or to compensate for any Google …

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You Need To Know The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act Stole Your Privacy

Hacking has been in the news a lot recently if you’ve been paying attention to the election. Everyone reads stories in newspapers and develops an opinion, but it’s questionable how much they actually know about cybersecurity laws. CISA, the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act seems to have slipped under everyone’s radar over the last year. Let’s look at how it could …

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Tricks To Make Your XL Your Own

As much as we want one of the best and most popular phones in our back pocket, it’s nice to know we have a completely unique gadget to call our own. Since you can’t manufacture your own smartphone from scratch, the best you can do is buy the best Android on the market and follow these tips to personalize the …

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Change Windows Power Plans with a Keyboard Shortcut

Power Plans Built Of Power Plans Switching between Windows’ built-in power schemes from the taskbar can be kind of a pain, so reader Keithb1 shows us a few different ways to change them with a keyboard shortcut. I got rather sick of choosing plans from the system tray. It’s just a little clumsy and clunky trying to manage it with a trackpad all …

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Windows 8 basics: Tips, tricks, and cures

Windows 8 Love it or hate it, Windows 8 is a major departure from Microsoft’s past interfaces. While previous versions of Windows kept mostly the same mouse-driven metaphor as their predecessors, even veteran Windows users may find the start of their Windows 8 experience a little disorienting. Love it or hate it, Windows 8 is a major departure from Microsoft’s …

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