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Wazala Adds An Online Store To Your Existing Site, No Coding Required

Wazala Adds An Online Store To Your Existing Site, No Coding Required

For anyone who wants to sell their products online, the best way out is to setup an e-commerce site and shopping cart where your visitors can shop and buy. However, the best way doesn’t necessary mean it is the easiest way. Most of the e-commerce sites require plenty of work to setup and some even […]

Play Your Music Anywhere with Amazon’s Brand New Cloud Player

Play Your Music Anywhere with Amazon’s Brand New Cloud Player

Amazon just released their new Cloud Player service to go alongside their Cloud Drive and MP3 Store. What this means is that we’ve all now got access to a free 5GB of space to not only hold our music but stream it anywhere, with iTunes integration, playlists, album art and all. Word on the net […]

Share Sensitive Information Online With CloudSafe

Share Sensitive Information Online With CloudSafe

The internet helps you quickly share important information with your contacts. However you have to be careful about the internet channels you use to transmit sensitive information. Today’s hackers and malware are very advanced and can possibly intercept the files you share with your friends over IM or other applications. Of course the safest option […]

4 Steps to Master Consistency On Twitter – With Buffer [Review]

4 Steps to Master Consistency On Twitter – With Buffer [Review]

This is a guest post by Leo Widrich. Being determined and focused in what we are doing online is what makes you different to what I like to call “casual users”. Especially on Twitter it is getting more and more important to create a consistency of great content to build trust and interest amongst your […]

How to Choose a Suitable Hosting Company

How to Choose a Suitable Hosting Company

This is a guest post by David Murton. The usability of your site largely depends on the quality of your hosting company, as well as the services included in your web hosting package. If you choose a high-bandwidth dedicated hosting package to serve a tiny blog, you’ll probably be paying for services you don’t need. […]

Deck.ly – Longer Tweets With Less Hassle

Deck.ly – Longer Tweets With Less Hassle

Depending who you ask, the 140 character limit imposed on Twitter is a good thing. If you are a blogger you can put the title of your post up with a link. If you are a copywriter you like the challenge of saying everything you have to say in one tweet. It helps you hone […]

Create To-do Lists and Organize Notes With myTinyTodo

Create To-do Lists and Organize Notes With myTinyTodo

As a freelancer, I have tried all types of to-do lists and electronic notepads to help me be more efficient and keep track of all of my work and clients. There are many good desktop solutions and also many good online cloud-based solutions. But if you want something simple that you can install on your own […]