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How do you convert leads to sales?

Over the past several years, my company received quite a number of leads from large reputable businesses and just reviewing this today I asked myself, “How do you convert leads to sales?”. I mean, there must be a technique or a well thought out process that successful businesses must be using. What is it? Obviously, […]

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Use HTTPS for facebook.com

Are you using a secure connection to your facebook account? I know how important it is to ensure you have the most secure settings for your facebook profile and I accidentally stumbled across this one – using HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure). For those non techies out there this basically encrypts and secures information between […]

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Goodbye Osama Bin Laden dead

It’s all over the news and I was shocked when I heard this but it looks like Osama Bin Laden is dead according to media reports. I can’t believe it’s been almost been 10 years since the September 11 bombings. Our Sponsors Become a Sponsor for $35. Limit to 5 sponsors.Company Name : Email : […]

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Free Open Source Image Tools

There’s two open source imaging tools that I use to capture and edit on my Windows OS and I thought I would share this with you. GIMP – Image Editing tool similar to Photoshop. This tool can be difficult to use at first but once you get the hand of it, you’ll love it. You […]

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Installing Cyanogenmod 7 on HTC Desire HD

I stayed up all night for this… (3am) but I managed to install Cyanogenmod7 on my HTC Desire HD. Initially, I thought it was going to be painful and I also hesitated after reading that you may brick your phone. I decided to take the plunge and update the most popular Android ROM out there […]

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Have you tried utorrent 3.0 beta

I just downloaded and installed utorrent 3.0 beta and there a some great new features with this version. Most noticeably is the ability to stream videos whilst they are being downloaded. I just tested this it does work, but it’s not what I expected. Clicking on “stream” showed a message saying “Ready in [xx seconds]” […]

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FireFox 4 sync feature

If you’re a techie like me you probably have already tested and used the FireFox 4 sync feature. What do you like about it? Did you find it difficult to set up? Is it secure? Those were some of the questions I asked myself post install. But before I dwell into these questions let me […]

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Secure the unsecured

Today I was setting up my HTC phone as a hotspot and wondered how many wireless networks were unsecured – deliberately. Why, maybe there’s a deliberate intention from hackers. They get you to connect and use their wireless internet connection and then capture your internet usage. They may be even tracking where you went and […]

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Firefox 4 – likes and dislikes

I’m sure we all heard and tried the latest Firefox 4. Everyone has been commenting about the new features and what they like about the latest version. I thought I’d just give my feedback and review: Likes It does seem much faster compared to the old one. The top menu is customisable Tabs look much […]

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Leasing office space

Like any typical start up company our business was located and started from home. Meetings and working on projects were conducted from the spare room. When I first started the business with my friend and brothers we did not jump into hiring an office space straight away. We waited until we knew it was the […]

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Are .mobi domains obsolete?

Several years ago there was a hype to purchase and register .mobi domains. These are internet domains that end with .mobi and are primarily used for viewing websites (optimised) on the mobile phones. With the introduction of smartphone the website pages are rendered for the phone so my question is whether these .mobi domains are […]

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Advertising on a website

This week I noticed something quite interesting. When I went to look at some of the photos of the New Zealand earthquake on the Sydney Morning Herald website, the Advertisements reloaded every time a new photo was refreshed. The actual page wasn’t refreshing, it was just the photo and the image. So how are the […]

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