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First, if you’re not an experienced blogger, you may not even know what a Gravatar is. Straight from the Gravatar site, here’s their simple explanation:
An “avatar” is an image that represents you online—a little picture that appears next to your name when you interact with websites.
A Gravatar is a Globally Recognized Avatar. You upload it and create your profile just once, and then when you participate in any Gravatar-enabled site, your Gravatar image will automatically follow you there.
If you don’t have a Gravatar, a default one…
Even the best hosting provider can experience an outage from time to time, whether it’s due to hardware failure, external forces (like a denial of service (DOS) attack) or human error. This means for a short time your website is inaccessible. It also likely means, if you host your email on the same server, you can not send or receive email. If email is critical to your business, be sure you have a back up email account (we recommend Gmail). Many email clients allow you…
The great thing about blogging is that there is no end to the topics that you can write about.
However, staying on top of your market and keeping things fresh and relevant are a good idea, too. So, as you’re listening to the radio, watching the evening news or following your social networking sites, keep your ears and eyes peeled for news that would interest your readers.
Another helpful (and free) source for current news is Google Alerts. There is a similar paid source called Giga Alert. Both will email you when topical…
I’ve heard the stories all too often and witnessed the effects. A site owner unwittingly lets their domain name expire only to find out the hard way — their website is no longer live and their email is no longer working. The first reaction is typically to call us and ask if the server is down (in reality, a call to the host would be much more efficient). A quick check and we can deduce the server is up and running. The next thing we do is check the whois database for an expiration. …
Being that I’m on the computer so much, anything I can do to save a few key strokes is always of interest. For years the standard shortcuts have existed, yet I’m still surprised to this day that they are not commonly known. Many people still use the “right click” to bring up the short cut menu (again, we’re talking about PC’s here), but that’s just another step.
So today I’ll share with you the most common and useful shortcuts you can use to save time and carpel tunnel:
Control (Ctrl) + C…
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