Showing posts from July, 2015

Get Popular on the Internet

We all wish to be popular. But unfortunately, getting popular is not so easy in the real world. However, in the cyber world of which we all are part of, it is not so tough if you follow some tips given below. Now what are you waiting for? Bring your pen and paper start taking notes on how to become famous.

1.  Start a Website: You might have heard the cliche, "everyone popular has a website." But fortunately, you don't have to be famous to have a website. You can have your website made from a specialist or can make it yourself. Just choose a topic you like, get your pen...err... keyboard ready and start creating killer content for which people would come back again and again.

2.  Start a Blog: Some bloggers are ridiculously famous. No matter what they write, people like it and start praising them. Although such wizardry would have no reason in the real world, the cyber world has a reason for everything. To become one such popular blogger, the basic thing re…

Use Keyboard as Mouse [How To]

If your mouse is not working and you don't wish to wait till you get a new mouse, you would definitely like to know how you can use your keyboard as mouse. It is easy to use your mouse as keyboard in Windows using the On Screen Keyboard utility, but it is also possible to do the reverse.

All you need to do is:

Windows XP Users:- Go to Control Panel.Then click on Switch to Classic View.Then Click on Accessibility Options.Then Click on the Mouse Tab.Select Use MouseKeys.Click on OK.Then activate NumberLock (by pressing the NumLk key).You should hear a beep sound.Now you can control the mouse pointer using the arrow keys on the numeric keypad.

Windows 8, Windows 7 and Vista Users:

Open Ease of Access Center by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, clicking Ease of Access, and then clicking Ease of Access Center.
Click Make the mouse easier to use.
Under Control the mouse with the keyboard, select the Turn on Mouse Keys check box.
You can also increase the accel…

Blogging Your Way into an Admissions Office

Blogging’s humble roots started with individuals basically keeping online journals they opened up to share with the world. They’ve come a long way and are now considered an excellent news source as well as a great place for reviews, previews and general reactions.

Stepping into that arena requires a ton of organization, leadership abilities and excellent writing skills.
Admissions counselors and internship supervisors are becoming more likely to check for your online footprint before accepting you. Having an established blog can be a great boon to your resume, since it automatically tells them something about you that your MBA degree can’t.

You’re a strong writer.

Weak writers don’t become popular bloggers anymore. The internet is flooded, and sub-par blog posts aren’t the ones that will be read. If your page authority is above a two, it’s incredibly likely that you’re either a strong writer or you’re talking about writing code, which is about the only subject that still…

Connect a Laptop or Desktop Computer to a TV Easily

Suppose you wish to watch a movie or share a slide-show of pictures with your family on your PC but have a screen that leaves much to be desired. In such a situation, you can connect your computer to a television screen to allow your entire family to enjoy comfortably.

There are many ways in which you can connect your laptop/ computer to a television. However, the overall video quality will be different for different methods. You can choose which one to use based on the quality or the availability of hardware. The first step is to know what type of ports and connections your TV and computer have. If you already know the type of ports and connections available on your hardware, you can directly jump to Step 2. If not, then the different types of ports are explained in detail below:-

1) RCA/Composite: The oldest and the lowest quality connection available. They are the Yellow, Red and White connections most of us are familiar with. Yellow is used for composite video, white …

How To Get Started With Video Marketing

Video marketing is basically a concept where companies or individuals come up with videos that are useful to the customer and also have some marketing message somewhere in the content. It could be an email address, a website or a telephone number. Usually, it is a very effective way of marketing; below is how to get started with it.

What Kind of Video Content Do I Need?
Make sure your content is short. Typically, viewers have a lot of material competing for their attention. If your material is too long, there is a big chance that they will not see it to the end. Generally, your video should not be more than three minutes. Ideally, the shorter the material, the more likely the viewer will view it to the end.

Keep It Simple
Make everything simple, easy to follow and on point. Precise material is generally what people are looking for; beating around the bush is never a good idea. If you are bringing in a new product in the market and want to show users how it works, present it …

Facebook Scams and How to Tackle Them

Online scams are ever increasing. Almost in every phase of the online world, you will come across scams. Social networks are no exception for such malicious activity. Recently, millions of accounts from LinkedIn and eHarmony were compromised. Facebook seeing danger has updated its security and is advising its users regarding various scams and how to fight them back.

‘Please send money scam’
An unknown account sends a message stating that he/she has been mugged. Descriptions of events seem accurate including real names and places. Finally, the sender requests a certain sum, which will enable him/her to return home safely.

Facebook has attributed such scams as ‘Please send money scams’. The sender’s account is either fake or has been taken over by cyber criminals. On receiving ‘please send money scam’ messages, Facebook advices to report/block the account.

Phishing is a common way to to hack account(s). Phishing links are sent within messages or through chats.


How to Unblock Websites at School, Work, Home or Anywhere

Internet censorship has grown drastically over the past few years with countries like China, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Iran taking the lead over others in blocking sources of free unbiased information. China is known to have even forced Google to filter its search results. Government censorship is not the only reason why websites are blocked. Some network administrators also prevent users from accessing certain websites which they believe are of no use in places such as schools and sometimes, even offices. In such times, you may need to access a website that is blocked. This article explains how.

Which websites are most commonly Blocked?

The most commonly blocked websites include websites about pop culture, health, medicine, women, religion and politics. Social websites are also often blocked and include the likes of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram, Reddit, Digg, Hulu, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Blogger (Blogspot), MySpace, Bebo, Flickr, Yahoo! Messenger, Typepad, …