Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Google Friend Contact

An update on Google Friend Connect

1 week ago by A Googler
In 2011, we announced the retirement of Google Friend Connect for all non-Blogger sites. We made an exception for Blogger to give readers an easy way to follow blogs using a variety of accounts. Yet over time, we’ve seen that most people sign into Friend Connect with a Google Account. So, in an effort to streamline, in the next few weeks we’ll be making some changes that will eventually require readers to have a Google Account to sign into Friend Connect and follow blogs.

As part of this plan, starting the week of January 11, we’ll remove the ability for people with Twitter, Yahoo, Orkut or other OpenId providers to sign in to Google Friend Connect and follow blogs. At the same time, we’ll remove non-Google Account profiles so you may see a decrease in your blog follower count.

We encourage you to tell affected readers (perhaps via a blog post), that if they use a non-Google Account to follow your blog, they need to sign up for a Google Account, and re-follow your blog. With a Google Account, they’ll get blogs added to their Reading List, making it easier for them to see the latest posts and activity of the blogs they follow.

We know how important followers are to all bloggers, but we believe this change will improve the experience for both you and your readers.

Posted by Michael Goddard, Software Engineer

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

How to Find Great Deals at eBay

Find Great Deals at eBay

Everyone loves a great deal! Many people spend quite a bit of time searching for good deals on the
items that they want and need – and when they find those deals, they experience a certain amount of
satisfaction. These people typically haunt garage sales, stores that are holding sales, wholesale
warehouses, flea markets, and especially online and offline auctions. With the incredible number of
auctions that are constantly going on at eBay, it can be difficult to find the items you want, at the
price you want to pay. But it isn’t impossible to find great deals!

There are steps you can take to ensure that you are getting a great deal on the items you purchase
through eBay. In fact, these same steps will also help to protect you against fraud. Participating in
online auctions is a great deal of fun, but you must use caution as well. This caution entails doing your
research before you place any bids.

Start with the auction in question. Make sure that you read every word of the description and the
auction details. You can never have too much information – especially if that information is
about an individual that you may be doing business with. Pay special attention to what the description
and auction details do not say. For instance, is a
guarantee mentioned? Is the item new? Is it authentic? Is there proof of authenticity? Look for
auctions that provide the right information – and the right amount of information. Avoid those that
do not.

Who will pay the shipping and handling costs? Often, the buyer pays these costs, and sometimes, the
seller tries to charge more than the actual shipping and handling costs are. Beware of high shipping
costs, especially for items that will be auctioned off at a very low price. Also note when the item is
supposed to ship after the bidding has ended. Depending on what you are trying to purchase the
item for, it may not arrive in time.

Don’t make the mistake of bidding on an item simply because it is a ‘good deal.’ It is only a good deal for
you if the item is something that you really want or need. Many people simply bid for the sake of
bidding – or winning – without having any real need or desire for the item in question. Before bidding on
items that you do want or need, check prices around the Internet and the prices available from offline sources as well. Just because it is on eBay does not guarantee that it is the cheapest price available!

Finally, learn more about the seller. Can you trust them? What is their rating? Read their feedback
page! Failure to learn more about the seller can be costly. Not everyone is as honest as you are – and
the seller may be trying to take advantage of people that simply don’t know enough to find out more
about them. Sometimes scammers make their auctions sound like really great deals. Beware of
Prices that seem extremely low!

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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Friday, January 3, 2014

What is a Blog Commenting Service you ask?

It is very simple and very easy to start up with no money. All it takes is a little time and work and can be started as soon as today.
Let me explain something. Website Owners and Bloggers need to get traffic to their sites so they can keep their sites paid for and hopefully make a little profit One of the ways to get traffic is by receiving back links from other sites. What this does is give the Site owner direct traffic from the back link and it also gives him traffic from search engines like Google which can really be beneficial.
So to start a Blog commenting service you need to go to Google and type in a term that is related to your client’s site.
For instance, say that he sells computers on his website.
Then simply type in ‘computers’ in Google and notice all the sites there that sell computers. Start commenting on these sites with quality information that is related to the topic of that particular post. leave a hyperlink somewhere within the comment going back to your client’s Site.

Monday, August 19, 2013

Make Money Online Quickly and Free

"Make Money Online Quickly and Free – Yes It’s Possible Hey guys here is a guest post that you may find very helpful! Enjoy ! By Arielle S The internet is currently one of the biggest resources in finding money making opportunities. The thing is that you probably don’t know where to start, especially since there are so many scams out there."


Saturday, March 2, 2013

Work at Home Scams

Would you like to start a home business and work at home.There are also millions of people that are working  at home scams.
You have seen the ads  in your newspapers, plastered across the ‘Net, in your email. “Work at home! Make $1000 a week!” But the only ones who make money  are the scamsters. All you get is a dent in your pocketbook and disappointment.As a on line learner,this is not the way to start.
I am going to show you, how to recognize and avoid some of the most common work at home scams.
Envelope Stuffing Work at Home Scam
The pitch:  Learn how to earn money stuffing envelopes at home (for a small fee).
For your fee, you’ll likely receive a letter telling you to place that same envelope stuffing ad in newspapers or magazines. You, of course, get to pay for placing the ads. The only way you will earn money is by scamming there people who respond to your work-at-home ad
Assembly or Craft Work at Home Scams
The pitch: You will make good money working at home by making things which the company will then purchase from you.
The way that this scam works is you pay (sometimes thousands of dollars) for materials and equipment upfront or parts for whatever item you’re assembling. Then you make the items.The company never does buy them back from you. None of your work is ever “up to standard” according to them..
Computer Work Work at Home Scams
The pitch: Make money working at home doing data entry and word processing tasks. All you have to do to get started is send in a( small fee.)
If you fall for this scam, what you’ll get is a useless guide to work at home jobs or a disk with generic information on how to run a business and a list of business names.When you  contact the businesses listed, you’ll find that they’re either not interested or pay an abysmally low rate.
These are just a few examples of internet scams,so be careful and ask questions about the company you want to work for.If they want money up front,credit card information etc This should raise a red flag .Try contacting the Better Business Bureau.Here is a place to start your online business.You can always branch out from here.I will keep looking for real home jobs that are not scams.I would realty appreciate your comments.After all we can beat the Gurus.

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Friday, March 1, 2013

Internet Scams

Have you ever heard these words before? This site is a joke - have you looked at your links , most can be found ,or don't exist . Most money gained I've found is by deception and fraud , especially surveys, free giveaways ,and alffilates  Seminars rip people off as well .While promoters make the money on all their stuff and materials by selling outdate old methods ,techniques, stratgeies , only to frustrate most of their victims.I created this blog to stay away from internet marketers that do this kind of stuff to all on line learners. I am searching the internet to find real jobs and ideas that work, without shelling out any money to these Guros.If you have a real on line business that is not ripping peaple off. We would certanly like you to tell us about it.

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