New Name.com Coupon Code F...
New Name.com Coupon Code For Free Whois Domain Privacy
medianet_width='300'; medianet_height= '250'; medianet_crid='626211163'; A couple years ago I wrote a post, here, about the free whois privacy coupon code for name.com domain registrations, AND renewals.  I’ve been remiss in my duties, as this code has changed quite some time ago.  So if you want... 
Does Digital Point Forum A...
Does Digital Point Forum Advertising Work?
medianet_width='300'; medianet_height= '250'; medianet_crid='626211163'; Admittedly, I’m no PPC advertising guru, and have spent a good chunk of change learning the ropes of PPC advertising, PPV advertising, and social (Facebook) PPC too.  I finally had a breakthrough moment on a Facebook PPC campaign,... 
Scammers Force Apple to Lo...
Scammers Force Apple to Lock App Screenshots
Apple is causing quite the uproar in the app development industry after announcing they are locking app screenshots in iTunes Connect after an app is approved.  Apple announced the lock down January 9th, 2013.  Apple is saying this will put a stop to scammers from selling fake apps using screenshots taken from uber... 
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Three Best Options for CompTIA A+ Study Guides and Exams
Not long ago, I had the pleasure (yes I’m a glutton for study stress) of prepping for the the CompTIA A+ certification.  As is my standard operating procedure, I went shopping for a quality CompTIA A+ study guide.  As usual I fire up Amazon.com and look to see what the best selling study guides are for the... 
More than Advertising: The...
More than Advertising: The Facebook Timeline for Business
When the phrase “social networks,” come to mind, of course Facebook is at the frontline. The site, accessed by over 800 million users globally, is the easiest way to reach out to the world. When the site launched the Facebook Timeline for Business, it didn’t only help regular users show their creative side... 
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Register.com Worst Domain Registrar on Planet?
I’ve dealt with a lot of different domain registrars over the past few years, thanks to my involvement in buying expiring domains at auction.  When you buy an expiring domain through a company like NameJet, part of the bid price (min. $69) goes towards one year of registration at the original registrar of the...