Friday, July 9, 2010

Customizing your Facebook Fanpage

Step by Step ways to make an out of the box awesome facebook page:

Examples of great facebook fan pages:

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Top 10 Keyboard Shortcuts you should know

Top 10 keyboard shortcuts you should know!

Are you spending too much time moving your cursor, pointing and clicking just to accomplish simple tasks on your PC? Did you know that you can use your keyboard to work more efficiently?

Below is a list of 10 keyboard shortcuts that will help you increase your productivity by eliminating the need to reach for the mouse.

CTRL + C will copy text after it has been highlighted.
CTRL + V will paste text that you have copied.
CRTL + Z will undo any change that you have done.
CTRL + ESC will bring up the Start Menu.
SHIFT + F3 will turn all capitalized text into lowercase.
SHIFT + DELETE will delete an item immediately without placing it in the Recycle Bin.
ALT + TAB will bring up a Window with a list of icons representing programs which are currently running on your computer. While holding the ALT key, press and depress the TAB button to cycle between each icon task.
ALT + ESC will switch to the next task running on your computer. Hold down the ALT before pressing and depressing the ESC key to cycle to the next task.
CTRL + ALT + DELETE will bring up Task Manager and allow you to end a process (terminate a program) if it has crashed or has stopped responding. Select the process which has stopped responding, and then press "END PROCESS''.
SHIFT + INSERT will paste any text that is in your clipboard. Your cursor must also be placed in an area that will accept keyboard input for this to work.

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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

How Many Links to Get to the Middle of Google Page One?

I was perusing my email this morning and found this fabulous article from a SEO Expert that I subscribe to. Now I don't read every article he sends me but this one caught my eye because it is a question I get ALL of the time:

How Many links do I need to get to the first page of Google?

The answer is subjective and depends on your Site, your Competitors and the competiveness of your website.
You can read the full article here

So if you are looking into purchasing SEO this article might answer some of your questions.

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