One little known and even lesser used feature of Feedburner is called MyBrand. MyBrand lets you use your own domain name to host your feed instead of feedproxy.google.
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Using FeedBlitz or any third party service requires your visitors to move away from your site when they are subscribing or using that service. Google’s Custom Search Engine as well as Adsense for Search ensured that visitors stayed on your site by embedding custom forms on pages of your site. Now, FeedBlitz has introduced Embedded Subscription Forms.
If you’re looking to quickly and easily find updates to your drivers and software then RadarSync is one software that does the job rather efficiently. First step ofcourse is to download RadarSync and run the installer to get the software installed on your computer. RadarSync offers to install an Internet Explorer toolbar.
10 Best Tips for WordPress Optimization covers ten things you can do to make your website faster. Among these are installing cleaning up your WordPress plugins and themes, installing caching plugins, enabling PHP and mySQL caching and links to other articles on optimizing Apache etc.
If you are using Windows, the number of shortcuts that Windows presents you is phenomenal. You even have the option to create your own shortcuts to launch applications. Here are ten shortcuts that can improve productivity: Windows Key + R Open the Run window Windows Key + F Open the search window Windows Key + E Open Windows Explorer Windows Key + 1, 2, …
Last year, as part of our admissions team duties, we were required to send out prospectus to students all over India. These ranged from a minimum of fifty envelopes to over 150 at a time. During a promotion campaign we printed around 90,000 labels!
Many bloggers and site owners have Google Adsense for Search installed on their blogs. This ensures that you can provide relevant results to your blog users while simultaneously making some money on the side. While, there is no issue with other users using the search box, however, the question arises on the legality of you using the same.
If there is one thing I really don’t like to hear is any sound when I am starting up the computer. Windows Vista doesn’t allow you to customize the startup sound and you are stuck with the same version. Well, I chose to disable it.
Having installed Windows Vista SP1, the probablity of you removing it is rather bleak. However, when you install SP1, Vista gives you the provision of removing it, in case you choose to do so in the past. This is done, by keeping the old files that were replaced by the SP1 update.