If you are searching for tips on how to get traffic from twitter then here we have given them. You can get huge traffic to your site from twitter.
You can make several new friends with social media, which goes for Twitter too. Increasing the traffic to your site is different. It is not as easy as you may think.
Here, we have given a few easy to follow twitter tips for getting traffic from Twitter.
Profile Page: You need to give a link to your site in the profile page. Many people first look at profile pages at Twitter hence you have to stand out from the crowd when it comes to the profile picture, [...]
Some of you may or may not be familiar with chroot, for those who are familiar with chroot good job and for those that aren’t shame on you. Just kidding please read this for some more info about chroot.
Now that we all know what chroot is, maybe it could be fun to create an chroot environment, and to make it more exciting we are not creating an x86 but an arm processor environment
There are tons of ways of doing this but this is how I am doing it. You can use this method on any ubuntu from 9.04 and higher, but keep in mind I am using 10.04 so if you get error’s try to blame it on that instead [...]
PageRank is a link analysis algorithm, used by the Google Internet search engine, that assigns a numerical weighting to each element of a hyperlinked set of documents, such as the World Wide Web, with the purpose of “measuring” its relative importance within the set. The Google Toolbar’s PageRank feature displays a visited page’s PageRank as a whole number between 0 and 10
Webmasters tend to keep a track on PageRank, which helps in measuring the effectiveness of backlinks to their website or blog. The biggest question is how many backlinks do you need to move your Pagerank up. It’s not [...]
PageRank (PR) is a Google trademarked term that simply refers to the overall importance of a web page. PageRank plays an important part of any money making strategy in two significant ways:
The higher your PR the more leverage you will have with advertisers and other partners. Blogs or other websites with a PR of 0-2 are a dime a dozen. As your website moves from a PR of 3 to 4,5 or even higher (I currently have a website at PR5 but have never been to a 6) you will find more people wanting to talk with you about advertisement opportunities or partnerships. This is even independent of the [...]
Start speeding up the way you use Office Excel by setting it up to reflect your personal needs.
Open Options from the Tools menu, File ribbon or Office button, then work your way through the options on offer. Set up how many worksheets you prefer new workbooks to contain from the General section, and choose a default format and location new files are saved to from the Save section.
When entering data, make use of the Fill Handle to dramatically speed up data entry – just type in a figure, then click and drag the fill handle down or to the right to duplicate the number or formula in each [...]
For users who had disabled or turned off post revisions tracking or versions history feature in WordPress (added since WordPress 2.6), it is also made sense to delete and remove all existing stored post revisions and changes made on pages stored in the database in order to reduce the wp_posts table size, especially when there is already tons of revisions or changes been kept.
To delete and remove all existing post revisions entries and rows from WordPress database Posts table, simply login to MySQL command-line interface, phpMyAdmin, SQLyog or other MySQL GUI tools. Select the appropriate WordPress [...]
What you need (All links are direct download):
Firmware(Stock XXJVQ Android 2.3.4) (Password: samfirmware.com)
Odin3 v1.85 (Contained in the firmware)
Ability to get into download mode
Section 1: Backups
Download the above file now while you backup using:
SMS using “GO sms”, “SMS backup and Restore” or “SMS Backup +”(syncs with Gmail).
Apps using “Listables” or other preferred app. Due to a glitch that occurs with most app backups, market links are not maintained on restore, meaning some updates [...]
When buying a new computer, it’s easy to become confused by the sheer volume of technical decisions that you’ll have to make.
You might wonder how much RAM you’ll need, for instance, which CPU or which graphics card to pick, what display to look for, which hard drive will be best for you – there are so many issues that it’s difficult to know where to begin.
There is a simple way to at least begin cutting down the choices on offer, though, and ensure you get the best PC for your needs.
And that’s to forget about the low-level technical specifications, and [...]
Buying a laptop is a complicated process, with a web of decisions to be made before you even start looking.
Are you a gamer? How much are you willing to spend? Do you want a Mac or Windows PC? Are you looking for a desktop replacement or something a little more portable?
Fortunately, TechRadar has asked What Laptop editor James Stables to lay out his advice for those people looking to purchase a notebook, and our special video report should help you pick the one that’s right for you.
If your Windows 7 was working fine and you suddenly start receiving messages saying this copy of Windows is not genuine – for Windows 7, chances are that you must have installed the Windows 7 update KB971033. This Windows 7 update scans for more than 70 activation bypasses to detect if your copy of Windows 7 is genuine or not. If it finds even a single activation bypass, you are in a mess. Windows 7 starts bombarding you with messages that say – this copy of Windows is not Genuine – and reminds you constantly that you need to go for a genuine version.
For OEM editions, I won’t [...]