If you are using the Contact Form 7 plugin for WordPress then you should definitely try this optimization tip. By default the Contact Form 7 plugin loads its Javascript and CSS stylesheet on every page and post of a blog even if the contact form is not called. I have seen a lot of plugin […]


I have had tremendous success with Amazon affiliate marketing after learning some neat tricks on how to write a good product review from the Amazonian Profit Plan. The authors of the Amazonian Profit Plan, Paula and Wanda, are great marketers making some serious cash with Amazon product reviews. I highly recommend that you follow them […]


Getting The First Priority Link On The Thesis Theme To Use Your Targeted Keywords

June 24, 2011

A friend of mine who writes Lawn Mower reviews and Leaf Blower Vacuum reviews on his blog (yardtoolsguide.com) recently asked me to check out his blog and see if he was getting the first link priority to his page right. I did help him out and found that his first link priority was not really […]

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VPS.net Review–Stay Away From Them, If You Do Not Like Downtime

April 29, 2011

Earlier this month, I signed up with VPS.net for their VPS cloud service after reading a few good things about them from some famous bloggers and the on the WebHostingTalk forum. I chose 4 nodes on their SLC-F cloud that gave me 2.4GHz CPU, 1504 MB RAM and 40 GB disk space. I chose 4 […]

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Paypal Takes Away Electronic Withdrawal Of Funds For India Users

July 27, 2010

Paypal has temporarily taken away the ability for Indian users to request an electronic withdrawal of funds. Beginning August 1 2010 this will go into effect. Here is the text from an email that was sent by Paypal to all Indian users: From July 29, 2010 onwards, you will only be able to request for […]

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Colorado Advertising Tax Bill To Be Presented This Week

January 26, 2010

An Advertising tax bill (House Bill HB-1193) will be proposed in the Colorado legislature this week. If this bill is passed by the Colorado legislature, affiliate marketing will become almost dead in Colorado. A number of companies will rather cut their ties with Colorado affiliates than to collect sales tax. A number of states are […]

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Free The H-1B’s And See The Receding Economy Of The US Come Back Up

August 30, 2009

Vivek Wadhwa, a Senior Research Associate at Harvard and visiting scholar at UC-Berkley, has written a guest post over at Techcrunch asking the American President to make it easy for H-1B visa holders to become citizens of the US. I completely agree with Vivek Wadhwa and feel that the US is actually hurting itself by […]

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No Automatic In Place Upgrade To Windows 7 If You Are On Windows XP Or Windows Vista (Some Versions)

August 7, 2009

Microsoft is scheduled to release its latest Windows Operating System, Windows 7, on October 22, 2009. Windows 7 has received some good review from beta testers and is expected to bring in some big revenue for the software behemoth. Windows Vista had a huge launch, but it left many users unhappy with its features and […]

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Do Sitemaps & Internal Links Help Search Engines Index More of Your Website

August 6, 2009

There has always been a debate in the SEO industry on the real importance of sitemaps. Some feel that sitemaps are non-essential to SEO as the search engine bots are smart enough to find their way through your pages and index them. I have personally always felt that if you can generate a sitemap for […]

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Now Spammers Using LinkedIn Social Network To Send Spam

August 4, 2009

Spam email is a problem that has plagued the internet since its invention. Spammers are usually smart people who figure out new ways to spam all of us. Shut a door or two on them and they will find a hundred new doors to still get into your email inbox. They are always a step […]

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