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How To Rank Higher In Search Engines

How To Rank Higher In Search Engines

Odds are you’re just like the rest of us. You want to see your website on the first page of the search results in all of the major search engines. I’d like to start by saying this, don’t worry all that much about Bing, Yahoo, Ask and all of the other smaller search engines. Your […]

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How To Build Link Authority

How To Build Link Authority

We’re going to discuss how you make any website appear higher in the Google search results using link authority. This method will work with just about any type of product or service you’re offering locally or nationwide. There are quite a few factors you need to take into account if this method does not work […]

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IASTORE.SYS – Blue Screen of Death

IASTORE.SYS – Blue Screen of Death

I was recently called out to a clients location to assist with a blue screen of death error message. The laptop experiencing this issue would boot into Windows just fine, but after about 1 to 2 minutes the system would freeze and the BSOD error would appear. The error message referenced the file IASTORE.SYS. The […]

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Free Website Analysis

Free Website Analysis

If your website is not being found in the search engines, you’re missing out of 100’s if not 1000’s of potential local customers. There are a number of factors that Google, Bing and Yahoo look at when determining your websites relevancy, authority and page rank. Applying a few simple tweaks to your URL’s, XML file […]

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Windows – Remove Startup Items

Windows – Remove Startup Items

Software publishers claim there applications run better because part of the program is placed into memory upon start-up. The idea is, whenever you call upon their application, some of it is already loaded. This in turn helps the program launch faster. Great in theory, but what happens when you have 10 to 20 unused applications […]

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Ditch That Old Fax Machine

Ditch That Old Fax Machine

Believe it or not, people still send a lot of faxes. For small business owners, having a fax number is imperative. Before you run down to Staples, OfficeMax, or your favorite electronics store to buy or replace that new fangled fax machine, consider using an online fax service. A good fax machine costs around $200. […]

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