Sunday, April 28, 2013

How to use Facebook without Internet

If you want to use Facebook, but your device doesn't support internet then don't worry. So as I said use facebook without internet, but facebook is a online website and can't be access without internet, these types of questions always arise in many minds. I have solution for this question, Facebook uses mobile sms gateways to serve facebook through smsing. Facebook has cooperated with Fonetwish association to furnish liberate Facebook access to all Indian users. So provided that you don't have Internet association that likewise you can utilize Facebook without breaking a sweat utilizing your modest extraordinary inform aid. So are you ready to learn this one.

There are simple steps to use facebook without internet:

  1. First of all start your mobile and Type *325# on the dialing screen.
  2. After this your will get a message on the screen that "Welcome to Fonetwish....." You can dismiss it.
  3. After this it will ask for Email Id of Facebook, reply it.
  4. Now it ask for password, simply also reply it.

That's all. This Service is presently available for Airtel, Aircel, Idea and Tata Docomo Users in India only and You will be Charged only Rs.1.00 per day ( a Subscription Fee ) for Unlimited Usage.

Friday, April 26, 2013

Secret Codes for Android Mobile

Android platform is most popular in today's world, because its have many feature than any other mobile operating system. Almost every one is using Android phone, so every one is curious about to know shortcut keys that might be secret codes of your Android device.
These codes enables you to access the hidden options which are not shown by default on your device, and can be used for testing the functions of various utilities used by your mobile.

These codes are used only by technicians, so be careful with them and use it at your own risk.

Basic Codes:

*#*#7780#*#* - This code is used for factory restore setting.This will remove Google account setting and System and application data and settings.

*2767*3855# - This code is used for factory format, and will remove all files and settings including the internal memory storage. It will also re install the firmware.

*#*#4636#*#* - This code show information about your phone and battery.

*#*#273283*255*663282*#*#* - This code opens a File copy screen where you can backup your media files e.g. Images, Sound, Video and Voice memo.

*#*#197328640#*#* - This code can be used to enter into Service mode. You can run various tests and change settings in the service mode.

*#*#7594#*#* - This code enable your "End call / Power" button into direct power off button without asking for selecting any option(silent mode, aero plane and power-off).

*#*#8255#*#* - This code can be used to launch G Talk Service Monitor.

*#*#34971539#*#* - This code is used to get camera information. Please avoid update camera firmware option.

W-LAN, GPS and Bluetooth Test Codes:

*#*#232339#*#* OR *#*#526#*#* OR *#*#528#*#* - W-LAN test (Use “Menu” button to start various tests).

*#*#232338#*#* - Shows WiFi MAC address.

*#*#1472365#*#* - GPS test.

*#*#1575#*#* - Another GPS test.

*#*#232331#*#* - Bluetooth test.

*#*#232337#*# - Shows Bluetooth device address.

Codes to launch various Factory Tests:

*#*#0842#*#* - Device test (Vibration test and BackLight test).

*#*#0588#*#* - Proximity sensor test.

*#*#0*#*#* - LCD test.

*#*#2664#*#* - Touch screen test.

*#*#2663#*#* - Touch screen version.

*#*#0283#*#* - Packet Loopback.

*#*#0673#*#* OR *#*#0289#*#* - Melody test.

*#*#3264#*#* - RAM version.

Code for firmware version information:

*#*#1111#*#* - FTA SW Version.

*#*#2222#*#* - FTA HW Version.

*#*#44336#*#* - PDA, Phone, CSC, Build Time, Changelist number.

*#*#4986*2650468#*#* - PDA, Phone, H/W, RFCallDate.

*#*#1234#*#* - PDA and Phone.

If you are not much sure about how to use these secret codes, then don't use this one or use at your own risk.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

How Website Works


How a website works? How to make a website work? Like a living thing, a website works well when all parts work well with one another. When one part of the website is not working, it negatively affects all other parts and the website fails to work at its full potential. 

How to make a website work

A website is made up from web pages. All website pages are linked together. The website has a lot of files like images, graphics, texts, and more content. A web page is an HTML file coded by web programmers and viewed by a web browser. The web server is a computer dedicated specifically to host websites, so the website files are stored there. The website folder has an internet address (URL) and when you type in the website domain name, a browser finds the website on the server and displays the site on your screen. 

Knowing how websites work and how things are done is helpful for everyone looking to build a website. It expands your understanding of the web design and development process a lot clearer. Below, we shortly explain how website works and point out the fundamentals that make a website work


Domain Name

Domain name is an online identity of the website. A website’s domain is a website identification on the web, such as,,, etc. The domain name is a unique alphanumeric name that consists of English letters, numbers 0-9, and hyphens (-). Every domain name has a suffix or extension that indicates which type of organization or country it belongs. You can buy a domain name and server space from different companies or from the same company. A domain is not the same as URL. The domain name is part of website url that provides much more information, including the specific page address, folder name, machine name, and protocol language. URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is a web address or a specific character string that constitutes a reference to a web resource. A domain name is actually a memorable "name" of the website, and it is not the same as IP Address. 

Web Browser

Web browser is a software program that retrieves and displays information resources on the web. A web browser translates the coding into a user-friendly form. Browsers access information provided by web servers and display the web page on the screen of your PC. The today’s most used web browsers are Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari. 

Web Server

Web server is a remote computer developed to deliver web content that can be accessed through the Internet. When the user enters the domain in the browser, the Web server responds to a browser’s request for a web page. To host your website on the server you have to buy a server space. Domain Name Server (DNS) translates domain names into IP addresses. Every time you use a domain, the DNS translates the domain into the related IP. 

Web Hosting

Web hosting stores the website files and makes the site accessible on the internet. Web hosts are companies providing internet connectivity and space on a server. When a user enters the domain name into the browser, the website is loaded from its web host. There are different types of web hosting services that offer domain names, e-mail, databases, SSL encryption, and automated website backup in the event of a server outage. 


PHP is a reliable web programming technology used in modern website development to write dynamic websites. Websites like Wikipedia, Yahoo!, Delicious, Facebook are powered by PHP. A style sheet language CSS is used to style web pages written in HTML and XHTML. An HTML file can be uploaded to a web server, where any computer with a web browser and an Internet connection can access it. Most modern websites use PHP and CSS. 

Web Page Content

Web page content is any information you see and use on a web page and website, including graphics, images, texts, etc. The primary reason why people come to the website is the content. Web pages content should be unique, reliable, useful, well-organized, link-wise, keyword-smart, and fresh. Good website content builds user trust and boosts website prominence on search engines. 


Content Management System (CMS) is a software equipped with options for website content administration. CMS allows updating website content according to the website users’ needs and expectations. Having the right CMS gives an absolute control over the website content. Modern CMS are easy to manage and feature many add-ons for administration of various types of web page content. 

Now you know how websites work in general, what you need to make a website work and how your own future website will be working!

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

List of NOT-Recommended Money Earning Sites For Small Publishers

There are really lots of money earning sites in this internet world. However, it takes time to find out which of them are not worth joining especially for small publishers. We, Quick Money Saver, would like to build and maintain a list of money earning sites that small publishers should avoid to join (if you are large publishers, you know you do have more options and bargaining power). They are probably not scams, and they can still be legit. If you read their rules carefully, you may not say they are scams because their rules protect themselves fully and they do it openly. However, some of their terms can be UNFAIR to most users.

Here we have two not-recommended lists: one for money earning sites that you should avoid, and another list for money earning sites that are under-performed or have better alternatives.

Money Earning Sites That You Should Avoid

(1) Clicksor:

Clicksor is quite a special advertising platform. Their TOS (Terms of Services) states:

No publisher payments will be issued eventually for any amounts less than USD$50. Any publisher payment that remains unclaimed for 6 months after the payment issue date will not be compensated. Affiliates must have more than 50%+ US, GB, CA traffic or else will result in account suspension.

You may also feel the above Clicksor TOS terms are not fair especially for small publishers, mainly because of their USD$50 minimum payout or their 6-month payment un-claim period. Even for relatively larger publishers, they can hardly control their website traffic sources that must come mainly from the U.S., U.K., or Canada.

In addition to the above Clicksor unfair terms, some users also reported that Clicksor does not have enough advertisers so that their ads are untargeted and hence can result in poor CTR (Click Through Rate). That is why many publishers find that their Clicksor earnings are so low due to low eCPM (effective cost per 1000 impressions). Furthermore, Clicksor platform generates pop-under ads that are mostly caught by common anti-virus softwares as dangerous security threats. Many publishers also said that Clicksor has a poor traffic detection system. Clicksor might suspend accounts with large sudden traffic surges, or might suspend accounts with high number of pages views (PVs) per unique visitor.

(2) Knoji (was Factoidz):

Knoji (was Factoidz) is a writing platform but quite a well-known scam for many publishers. You may simply search for 'Factoidz rip-off', 'Factoidz Shills' or 'Factoidz scams' via Google. You may see lots of complaints, negative comments or warnings, and then you will easily find out why.

From Knoji TOS (Terms of Services) terms, publishers will not have copyright of their own articles. Once they publish them on Knoji, their articles immediately become Knoji's property instead.

More importantly, user level of publishers must be no less than level 2 contributor in order to be eligible for any revenue. Many publishers who originally get paid for a short period found their user level suddenly downgraded from staff writer or contributor to just level 1 member, and they could never get paid again. All unpaid earnings were then 'stolen' and kept by Knoji (was Factoidz). Also, all their previously written articles were not deleted and were just confiscated by Knoji (was Factoidz). Some publishers even consider Knoji (was Factoidz) as a kind of Ponzi scheme that revenues from confiscated articles are used to pay the site owner, shills, as well as other remaining writers. These revenues may also be used to overpay some new comers but their earnings will drop significantly after their first few articles. When the new comers continue to write more articles, they will be likely demoted to level 1 member as well and will also become the next batch of victims.

Furthermore, many publishers reported that Knoji (was Factoidz) keeps changing its TOS (Terms of Services) constantly to benefit Knoji itself. Knoji also states in its TOS that it is the responsibility of publishers to read the TOS and abide by it. Some publishers even reported that once they questioned about any term in the TOS, Knoji would demote them to level 1 member and thus they would no longer get paid for their outstanding money.

(3) Smowtion:

Smowtion is quite a secret advertising platform. It seems that Smowtion may have some hidden rules for publishers. Since we have already published the related details in our earlier post about Smowtion Questions and Answers (Q&A), so we do not repeat all details here again.

(4) Commission Junction:

Commission Junction (CJ) is a popular affiliate earning website but it may not be good for smaller publishers because it will charge you for dormant account. If you have not generated a sell in the last 6 months, Commission Junction (CJ) will deduct a monthly service fee of $10 from your account until all your previous earnings are gone. This policy is clearly unfair to small publishers. Another well-known disadvantage of Commission Junction (CJ) is that it does not offer PayPal option for payouts. Smaller publishers can try Skimlinks or VigLink (sign-up for free here) if you want to escape from such monthly dormant fee or if you prefer receiving money via PayPal (sign-up for free here).

Money Earning Sites That Are Under-Performed or Have Better Alternatives

(a) Wikinut:

Wikinut is probably the worst-paid writing site many publishers have ever heard of. It was reported that it required 300K views to make £5.00 for you to start getting payout. This revenue level is just not reasonable, clearly not fair to any writers, and will take forever for small publishers to start cashing out their money. Another key problem is, you can also find in their ToU (Terms of Use), once you sign-up you have already authorized Wikinut to debit a monthly service fee of £0.5 from your earnings if your account is inactive for 365 days. However, one big advantage of wikinut is that it allows re-posting of articles you already published elsewhere. It probably is the reason why this website does not have good advertising partners to offer writers better payouts. You just cannot complain too much about the poor earnings if you are just submitting your 'second-hand' articles. Wikinut is an under-performed money earning site, but if you just like re-posting you may still sign-up for free here.

(b) Squidoo:

Squidoo is a well-known writing platform for earning money. It is hard to say Squidoo is a scam, but it has a tier system which is too complicated for beginners. And the main problem is, if you understand the tier system correctly, it is actually not fair to low-traffic lens owners. Since every lens that is rated as tier 4 (if its average monthly lens rank is more than 85K) cannot share any Google AdSense revenues from Squidoo, these lowest tier lens owners cannot get paid and their earnings are in fact 'eaten' by the other top players in Squidoo. That means the lowest tier lens owners are subsidizing the top players in Squidoo. Such kind of tier system is obviously unfair to small publishers. You cannot say it is a scam, because this unfair tier system is clearly stated in their TOS (Terms of Services) terms. If you are confident to write top quality lens, you may sign-up for free here.

(c) Bukisa:

Bukisa is another writing platform for publishers to earn some money. It was reported that Bukisa has been quite a good paying website. However, Bukisa has added 'nofollow' tag (rel="nofollow") for all outgoing links, which means that you cannot get any SEO (Search Engine Optimization) benefits from this website. Bukisa is not a scam, it is just not good enough because we think writing sites basically should not carry 'nofollow' tag (that means should 'dofollow'). As these outgoing links are recommended by writers there, they of course want their visitors to 'follow' these links and this is the actual meaning of 'dofollow'. By this definition, perhaps Bukisa is just abusing the meaning of 'nofollow' and hence we trend to consider InfoBarrel should be a better alternative (sign-up for free here)

[UPDATE: our recommendation for InfoBarrel is now withdrawn. Instead of making links 'nofollow', InfoBarrel has begun refusing articles with backlinks which were previously approved by its editorial team. Therefore, we have to conclude that InfoBarrel is now no better than Bukisa. Too bad~ ]

(d) Xomba:

Xomba is also a writing platform for earning money. However, Xomba has implemented 'nofollow' policy for all outgoing links similar to Bukisa. We did have a few articles in Xomba, but then we had no choice but already moved them to Infobarrel as a better alternative (sign-up for free here).

We, Quick Money Saver, will continue to maintain and update this not-recommended list, although we do hope we can remove all sites from this page one day (that means all websites can become fair to their users). If you have any other website(s) you want us adding into this list, please add via the comment section below (no scam please) to let us know.

Here we, Quick Money Saver, must make it clear that the above are NOT our own comments, they are just summary of what everyone can find somewhere else on the internet. We only want sharing with our readers what other publishers feel about the above money earning sites, and we have zero intention to oppose or support any money earning site mentioned here. We trust our information may help saving your time and effort to join any unfair or under-performed money earning site. As always, do study carefully on your own prior to making decisions for whether or not you should sign-up for these money earning sites.

Samsung Galaxy Grand Smartphone Review

Galaxy series from Samsung has been very popular in the world. Samsung covers lots of sales through Galaxy smart phones. Now recently Samsung had launch their brand new Galaxy smart phone Which is Galaxy Grand. Galaxy grand become very popular because it have lots of new and smart features, we will sort out with this Samsung Galaxy Grand Smartphone Review.

Lets see some highlights of Samsung Galaxy Grand Smartphone. Galaxy Grand have Android OS v4.1.2 (Jelly Bean). And Screen size is 5 inch WVGA (480X800) 10 point multi-touch TFT  display, 16M colors, 187 ppi pixel density. And it have Dual core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A9 processor, Broadcom Videocore IV GPU.
 Lets see more details below,

Specifications of Samsung Galaxy Grand I9082

  • Dimension 143.5 x 76.8 x 9.6 mm, weight 161 gm
  • 5 inch WVGA (480X800) 10 point multi-touch TFT  display, 16M colors, 187 ppi pixel density
  • Android OS v4.1.2 (Jelly Bean)
  • Dual core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A9 processor, Broadcom Videocore IV GPU
  • 8 MP frond camera, 2 MP front camera, LED Flash, 1080p video recording (30 fps) and playback
  • Camera features- Geo-tagging, touch focus, Zero shutter lag, face and smile detection, image stabilization
  • 8 GB internal memory, Micro SD slot, Up to 64 GB, 1 GB RAM
  • Smart Dual SIM ( Dual SIM standby, Mini SIM), One is 2G and other is 3G enabled.
  • Speed- HSDPA 21 Mbps, HSUPA 5.76 Mbps
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Dual-band, Wi-Fi hotspot, DLNA
  • Bluetooth v4.0 with A2DP, LE, EDR, micro USB 2.0 (MHL)
  • GPS with A-GPS support and GLONASS
  • Stereo FM radio with RDS
  • Accelerometer, proximity, gyro sensors and digital compass
  • 2100 mAh battery, 440 h standby time, 10 h 10 min talk time
  • Colors- Black and White

These are the specs of galaxy grand. 8 MP camera performs well. It has got some motion features like direct call, smart stay, pop up play, tab to top, tilt to zoom, pan to browse image and icons, turn over to mute or pause, swipe palm to capture a screenshot etc. Another feature is multi window with which you can run two apps at the same time, this helps you to do easier multi-tasking. Another thing that you get a leather type flip cover free with this so that’s  good.

Monday, April 22, 2013

CSS: What Is Cascading Style Sheets

Cascading Style Sheets CSS is an important web design and development tool meant to define the look and feel of websites and web pages. In simple words, web developers use CSS to add unique style to web pages. CSS defines how HTML attributes are to be displayed on a web page.

Cascading Style Sheets CSS

CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) enables the separation of HTML document from document presentation, such as layout, colors, fonts. Styles are stored in .css files enabling web masters to change website layout by editing one single file. There are Author Style Sheets (created by the web page author); User Style Sheets (set by the web page user); User Agent Style Sheets (styles applied by the web browser to display the web page).

• CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets
• CSS defines how to display HTML elements
• CSS is used to style XHTML, XML markup
• Formatting styles stored in separate .css files
• All modern browsers support CSS


CSS In Modern Web Design & Development

In modern website development, CSS programming is a service on demand. CSS helps web design and development professionals to add fonts, colors and other formatting to web pages. Developed and maintained by the World Wide Web Consortium, CSS helps web developers to separate content from design and save a lot of working time. Prior to CSS, the presentational elements of HTML docs were contained within the HTML markup. All colors, styles, borders, fonts, etc had to be repeatedly described within the HTML file. CSS allows creating a simpler HTML file and move the formatting information to separate file.

Cascading Style Sheets CSS is one of the most useful and helpful tools web designers and web developers use to build professional websites with unique look and feel. CSS gives many great options allowing enhancing the website design and functioning. Take a glance at some of WOWEB projects using CSS Cascading Style Sheets.

CSS Coding, CSS/HTML, Programming

CSS Coding, CSS/HTML, Programming

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Boston Bombings: Media Doesn't Own The Story Anymore

With a 17-year-old implicated for the Boston bombings and then exonerated by the internet in mere hours, it's time for the press to start guiding readers through the sea of information and stop pretending there's only one narrative.

Yesterday, the conspiracy nuts at Infowars and the proud tabloid hacks at the New York Post, the amateur sleuths on Reddit and and the top-notch journalists at CNN shared something: They each failed to understand their new roles in a radically changed news environment. 
The shift here is, basically, from the media having one major responsibility  finding, vetting, and sharing new information  to having another one: guiding an audience that has already been exposed to much more.

The job of a news organization and of a citizen has changed with frightening speed in a world where information is everywhere; where the tip line is public; where the distinction between source, subject, and publisher has blurred; and where, crucially, questionable reports and anonymous postings are part of the fabric of that story.
Under the old rules, a responsible citizen passed any potential bit of news he could find on to the professionals. The professionals collected tips, corroborated them, published the ones that panned out. Reporters could protect their readers from bad information indeed, for reporters, the story was defined largely by what was kept from the public; for readers, the story was defined by the story. 
 We can no longer decide which rumors and scraps of information should be dignified with publication a sufficiently compelling scrap of information, be it a picture of a man with a black backpack or an anonymous, single-sentence Reddit post from the scene of the crime, will become news on that merit alone.

The tidbit that spreads the furthest, in the ruthless competition for attention, will often be the most shocking, the one most fully shorn from context. It may be crudely annotated photos assembled by someone who is unburdened by professional standards, unconcerned about reputation, and unfamiliar with the laws of libel and defamation. For him, verification and reporting are not two stages of a process, but contained in one action: sharing. He, with his virtually unlimited cohort, can force a shard of information into the public consciousness with or without permission from the traditional media gatekeepers. While there are still differences between professional reporters and anonymous posters on the internet, the visibility of their work isn't one of them.
Now, the original function of news organizations uncovering and verifying new information — is as important as it's always been. But it's now become the crucial responsibility of a news organization to gather and contextualize information that the media didn't uncover itself. BuzzFeed yesterday referenced but mostly avoided linking to widely shared sets of photos, created by users on Reddit and 4chan, that highlighted dozens of different spectators at the Boston Marathon. Implicit in the post was a hope that the images, which were contributed anonymously and many of which amounted to little more than crowd-sourced profiling, would be ignored. But that hope was obviously in vain. The photos were soon stripped of their already thin context and reposted to conspiracy website Infowars, which was then linked by Matt Drudge. In the meantime, the original photos had been passed around Facebook, Twitter, and every other imaginable avenue, no doubt racking up millions of views.
By the time they were published on the front page of the New York Post, they had been unsubtly recontextualized as photos of the FBI's leading suspects, a framing that was immediately, convincingly, and belatedly challenged on Reddit, the very site where the images originated. T
he media's new and unfamiliar job is to provide a framework for understanding the wild, unvetted, and incredibly intoxicating information that its audience willinevitably see not to ignore it. A Reddit post seen by millions without context is worse for the story, and the public, and to the mission of reporting than the same post in a helpful and informed context seen by many more. Reporting is no longer a question of whether or not to dignify new and questionable information with attention it's about predicting which of it will influence the story, and explaining, debunking, or contextualizing it the best we can. That is, incidentally, what our readers want.

Top 10 Web Hosting Provider's - April 2013

We have selected and reviewed  the best and the top 10 best web hosting providers from some of the world top web hosting companies. We have been with this companies for more than a year and our clients/users are using it. All the hosting services we reviewed are reliable web hosting company supporting various platforms with unlimited features and much more with the best value for your money. 

(Click on the respective Images for detailed information on the Plan offering's)

Web Hosting at InMotion Hosting
There  web hosting network is based on the fast and reliable Linux and Unix operating systems. It is monitored 24/7 for any unusual activity and benchmarked continuously for performance.  In addition to there multiple data centers, they have teamed up with some of the world's largest ISPs and peering exchanges to create direct data connections. The end result is a noticeably faster connection. In addition to there award winning technical support and 99.9% uptime, InMotion Hosting's exclusive Speed Zone technology helps keep your website and email fast by  locating your data as close to you as possible. All there business class web hosting plans come with an industry leading 90 Day Money Back Guarantee* Also Get $1 Off Per Month on your initial purchase of select new Business Class Hosting accounts!

Ease of Use: 
The services InMotion Hosting has to offer are among the easiest we've seen while reviewing web hosting services. Their customer service representatives can answer any question under the sun. You can't go wrong with that combination.
Help & Support: 
Support and service is where this web hosting service really shines. They have 24/7 phone, email, and chat support; video tutorials, FAQs, a knowledgebase, and forums where InMotion customers can share their knowledge and expertise.
Site Creation Tools: 
InMotion Hosting has a Premium Web Site Builder available with its Business Class plans, but not for the Personal/Cheap Hosting plans. This excellent tool can help you design complex websites within minutes.
Server Access: 
InMotion Hosting allows access to your site and account settings through a control panel, and FTP access with 2000 FTP accounts.
InMotion Hosting’s .htaccess support makes password-protecting directories easy.
Marketing Tools: 
Business Class Account customers have Google AdWords specialists at their disposal. They optimize your website for the keywords associated with it. Google AdWords is a very popular and accurate tool for determining what keywords you need to use on your site. Having people who are specialists at it is definitely to the advantage of InMotion Hosting's customers.
Reporting and Statistics: 
You can use AWStats to look over your traffic with InMotion Hosting. You can see Web/FTP Stats, the latest visitors and peruse your raw log files.
Most Popular Plan !Rated: (Recommended for any type of Web Hosting Needs)

2) Lunar Pages Web Hosting
Incredible Savings on Windows Web Hosting!
Lunarpages Web Hosting is the #1 rated affordable web hosting service for uptime, customer support, and feature-rich hosting. Lunarpages Web Hosting Accounts include a number of unique features! Here is a listing of key promotions worth highlighting in order ensure conversions. $700 in Coffee Cup Software FREE!  Free Domain Name for Life. Lunarpages will even pay your transfer fees to move a domain!350 Gb Hosting Space, 3500 Gb Monthly Traffic, Host 11 Domains on 1 Account, Free Domain Name Forever, Free $700 CoffeeCup Software, Free Setup, 24/7 Toll-free Support No matter what your web hosting requirements may be, Lunarpages has a web hosting plan that will fit your needs and your budget. Enjoy enterprise level redundancy and security in there Tier 4 data centers with a dedicated staff of over 120 support professionals to help keep your web site running trouble free. Windows Hosting includes DNN (DotNetNuke), Plesk Power Pack, Portal Starter Kit, Report Starter Kit and Time Tracker. Ideal Option for Active Server Pages (, informational sites and staging environments. 30 Day Money Back Gaurantee.
Most Popular Plan ! Rated: (Recommended for Windows and Business Web Hosting Needs)


3) IX Web Hosting

Whether you are new to hosting and have minimal needs or a corporation looking to minimize overhead - or anywhere in between, IX Web Hosting has the right hosting package for you! They offer hosting on both Linux and Windows platforms, with huge set of features for each package, defnitely worth the money. They have a Tier 3 n +1 redundant data center that keeps your site up the maximum amount of time. Personalized Customer Support,  30-day money back guarantee and more features
Most Popular Plan !Rated: (Recommended for all types Web Hosting Needs)

The most robust network and hosting platform in the industry combined with world- class software and unparalleled support. 1&1's award-winning solutions continue to earn industry plaudits.. 100% Reliable Web Hosting. PHP, Zend Framework, Perl, Python, Ruby, SSI Programming available. Unlimited Web Space.  1&1 offers a 60-Day Money Back Guarantee on all Shared Hosting plans, Instant Mail, SharePoint Hosting, Exchange Hosting, and eShops. If you decide that you are not completely happy with your 1&1 package (within 60 days from when your initial order was placed) you’ll receive your money back. Selected hosting packages include at least 1 domain FREE for the life of your package.  Upgrading to a higher package is done quickly and easily from the Control Panel, so you can add more features as your business expands and your needs increase.
Most Popular Plan !Rated: (Recommended for any Windows and Linux Web Hosting Needs)

5) Go Daddy Web Hosting
4GH Hosting from GoDaddy- just $1.99/mo
Best-of-breed routers, firewalls and servers, FREE email addresses, Daily backup, 24/7 support, FREE setup and software, 
FTP access and much more. GoDaddy is clearly paranoid about security (with good reason) the five servers we reviewed were all heavily secured with all the ‘dangerous’ PHP functions being disabled in some way or another.  As far as security of the actual OS goes the Linux boxes were all the latest kernel updates with what seemed to be custom patches added. In conclusion GoDaddy is clearly a safe choice for the paranoid user but for the average user it’s a bit overkill as alot of functions needed for some web apps today are disabled in someway or another. As far as rating goes this one gets a solid 10/10 for security, an 8/10 for pricing vs quality, and a 9/10 for customer service. Go Daddy Group of companies is the most trusted and reliable in the Web Industry with some amazing feature.  
Most Popular Plan !Rated: (Recommended for any type of Web Hosting Needs)

6) Hosting Web Hosting
Improved features - unlimited storage and transfer, host unlimited websites, free domain registration, up to $100 in ad credits available, and more. All for as low as $7.95 per month. offers a complete suite of small business web hosting services to build and power your web presence. From Developer Solutions, Microsoft Hosted Exchange to full eCommerce packages, they are the one-stop answer for all of your online essentials. Unlimited storage, unlimited transfer and multi-domain hosting with all of the reliability of a dedicated server and enterprise grade technology in a clustered website hosting platform. 
Most Popular Plan !
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5 Tips : Taking Over Tumblr

While Facebook and Twitter were racking up hundreds of millions of users apiece, many of whom are largely inactive on the social networks, the microblogging site Tumblr was slowly accumulating its own large and much more dedicated user base. Smart companies, particularly content providers looking for another channel on which they can share their work, are already jumping onboard the Tumblr bandwagon and trying to leverage the site’s inherent shareability and young, tech-savvy users to help organically expand their audience and generate some viral buzz. 

Of course, Tumblr can be just as useful for online merchants, as well, giving them a chance to show off their products on the site and introduce them to interested users who may not have heard of them otherwise. Since Tumblr is such an image-heavy site, merchants can display their products, include descriptions on their blogs (and automatically on their followers’ dashboards) and then link back to their online stores or specific product pages to continue the sale.

If you’re not on Tumblr yet, you should be. But just starting a blog isn’t enough to guarantee success (just ask, uh, thousands of people); so, here are five important tips that will help you master Tumblr from the get-go.

Find Followers
The first thing you have to do on Tumblr is find followers. These are the users who will automatically see your posts appear on their dashboards without having to search tags or go directly to your blog. Also, in theory, these are people who follow your blog because they’re interested in your content (or products), meaning they represent an outline of your target audience on the website. 

Normally, the best way to build a list of followers is to search for and start following blogs in your niche that look interesting. You can find them by clicking on the “Find blog” tab on the right-hand side of your dashboard, and then filtering by category to look at “Spotlight” blogs. Or, you can search for specific tags or blog names in the search bar at the top of the dashboard to look for people posting content related to your industry, and then follow the blogs that appear in the results.

Tag Like a Fiend
There is absolutely no better way to get your content found on Tumblr than by just tagging posts with appropriate tags (e.g. descriptors), so that when other users search for those keywords, your posts will appear in the results. This will help people find your content and, consequently, your Tumblr blog, as well. Once people find your posts on the site, they will be able to like them, reblog them to show their own followers, click any links included in the post or visit and even follow your blog. The more tags you use, the more likely it is that a variety of different users will find your posts.

Reblog, But Be Smart
Reblogging the posts of other users is a great way to add more content to your own blog (especially when you’re just starting out) and capture the attention of the user’s your reblogging from, which is a great way to network on the site. However, just be sure that you don’t reblog so much that it overshadows your own original content or posts.

Ask and Answer
The golden rule of social media is to be social, and that remains true on Tumblr just as much as it does Facebook, Twitter and Google+. To do this, don’t be afraid to interact with blogs you’re interested in by just going to their “Ask Box” and submitting a question, comment or compliment. In addition, try your best to respond to any Ask Box or “fan mail” messages that you may receive, to ensure that you keep in contact with your followers, and anyone else who reads your blog. 

Another fun trick is to ask a question in a text post or the caption section of an image or video post. Ending the post with a question mark brings up a box on the bottom left-hand side of the post editor that asks if you want to let people answer it. Checking the box enables comments, and anyone who reads your post on their dashboard will be able to respond.

Queue It Up
If you’re posting a lot of content over a few days, you can set up the posts in your queue to publish automatically, whether you’re online, at a baseball game or fast asleep. Simply create the post like you normally would, and then in the drop-down menu next to the “Publish” button, select “Publish on…” and set the exact date and time that you want the post to go up. Once you have some future posts set, a “Queue” tab will appear on your dashboard (under the “Followers” tab), and in there you can see your upcoming posts, and rearrange them using the up and down arrows on the upper-left-hand corner of each post.

Bonus: Add Text to Image Posts
Yes, people love pictures on Tumblr, and images are far more likely to go viral than text posts probably 99 percent of the time (not a scientifically verified number). But just posting a picture, while potentially viral on Tumblr, limits the chances of other people finding it on the Internet, such as through search engines. So, get a little meta and add a brief description that summarizes the contents of the picture in the caption area. Even if it’s just one or two words, it will still give the search engines an idea of what they’re looking at.

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Friday, April 19, 2013

Web Professionals Who Make Websites

Web Development and Web Design is a huge mechanism with many professionals standing behind. If you have ever wondered who makes websites and who is responsible for your website performance, we will tell you who is who in website development industry. Website building involves many types of IT specialists with different technical and creative professional specializations.

Web Developers, Web Programmers

Web programmers or web developers are web specialists who convert the website design into the high quality code. Professional website developers and web programmers deal with different web programming languages and advanced technologies like PHP Programming, CSS, JavaScript, etc. Depending on the size of the web development team or company, a particular web developer can specialize in one or more web development aspects like front-end developing, databases development, shopping carts, etc. In a few words, website developers are responsible for website technical performance and non-design aspects of the website building.

Web Designers

Web designers develop and design visual stuff that attracts the user. Website designers focus on the development of the look and feel of the website, including website header, sidebars, menus, illustrations, and other elements. To design website, professional web designers use specialized image editing software applications and then transfer the files to web programmers who turn the design into the code and the real website. A web designer’s jobs encompass web graphic design, interface design, layout design, template design, website logo design, and more technical and creative disciplines in website design development.


Website Copywriters, Web Content Developers

Website copywriters and web content developers create content for websites. Website copywriters work in various fields of web content development, including SEO content writing, article writing, advertising and sales writing, ghostwriting, blogging, etc. Website content developers create texts for all types of small and large websites. SEO copywriters specialize in developing the written content that appeals to the website target audience and contains certain keywords to attract search engines.

Website Optimization (SEO)

IT specialists providing SEO services. People involved in Search Engine Optimization review the website content and do keyword research. They use a variety of SEO tactics to promote the website and get the web pages shown up in the results of top search engines by choosing keywords that best relate to the website. They increase the webpage prominence by quality link exchange, keyword optimization, meta tags, relevant directories, etc. Without good SEO optimization, the website can’t work to it full capacity.

Web Design and Development Companies

Website Design and Development Companies offer a range of professional web development services. It is often a small and medium sized organization with many web specialists under one roof. Today there are thousands of affordable web design and development companies providing web development and support services for clients around the world. With so many web development companies around, the most important thing is to make the right choice based on your web project goal and budget.

Web Hosting and Support Services

Web Hosting Companies or website hosting providers make websites publicly accessible online. They store websites’ files on their server, giving it a unique address. There are free and paid web hosting services. Some web hosting companies provide website ongoing technical support and maintenance services to increase the website traffic, fix technical errors, and improve website optimization.