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  • Common Multi-threading Mistakes in Java - Calling run() instead of start()

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    Javin Paul
    22 Sep 2014 | 7:41 am
    Writing multi-threaded and concurrent programs is not easy, not even in Java.  Even senior developers, including myself, make mistakes while writing concurrent Java applications. This is also one of the trickiest area of Java programming language, where misconceptions outnumbers concepts. Considering amount of misconception an average Java programmers has about multi-threading and concurrency, I thought to start a new series about common multi-threading mistakes done by Java programmers; what is better way to learn from common real word mistakes. Learning from mistakes has another name…
  • Java 8 Certification - Oracle Java SE 8 Programmer 1 (1Z1-808) - Latest OCPJP Exam

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    Javin Paul
    25 Sep 2014 | 6:56 am
    Today one of my reader asked about what is the latest OCPJP or SCJP exams available,  which prompted me to browse through Oracle's certification website. During my casual browsing, I noticed this new Java 8 certification. I said great, within six month of Java 8 release we now have Java SE 8 certification available, programmer still digesting changes form Java 8 now have chance to be certified on latest Java 8 . The certification is called "Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 8 Programmer - 1Z1-808" and has written for the Java SE 8 release. Format of exam is similar to…
  • Apple Fixes Shellshock In OS X

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    timothy
    30 Sep 2014 | 5:42 am
    jones_supa (887896) writes Apple has released the OS X Bash Update 1.0 for OS X Mavericks, Mountain Lion, and Lion, a patch that fixes the "Shellshock" bug in the Bash shell. Bash, which is the default shell for many Linux-based operating systems, has been updated two times to fix the bug, and many Linux distributions have already issued updates to their users. When installed on an OS X Mavericks system, the patch upgrades the Bash shell from version 3.2.51 to version 3.2.53. The update requires the OS X 10.9.5, 10.8.5, or 10.7.5 updates to be installed on the system first. An Apple…
  • Engineering Group Becomes An Open Source Initiative Corporate Sponsor

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    masson
    11 Sep 2014 | 7:30 am
    Engineering Group confirms its support for global open source communities and contributes to OSI’s growth Sep. 11, 2014 - PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Engineering Group, a founding member of the OW2 Consortium (www.ow2.org) and an associate member of Eclipse Foundation (www.eclipse.org), announced today its corporate sponsorship of the Open Source Initiative (www.opensource.org). Founded in 1998, the Open Source Initiative protects and promotes open source by providing a foundation for community success. It champions open source in society through education, infrastructure and collaboration. In…
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    By Danielle Rothermel
    3 Sep 2014 | 8:02 am
    The New York Times continued our technology internship program this summer, and Danielle Rothermel, one of the interns in this year’s class, discusses what she learned. I’ve spent my summer learning new languages, platforms and frameworks, but before I get into that, let me share some background about myself. After a frustrating and failed attempt to learn how to use the command prompt in middle school, I went into my freshman year of college adamant that I would take my required Introduction to Programming class and be done with computer science forever. However, I soon found out…
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  • Apple Fixes Shellshock In OS X

    timothy
    30 Sep 2014 | 5:42 am
    jones_supa (887896) writes Apple has released the OS X Bash Update 1.0 for OS X Mavericks, Mountain Lion, and Lion, a patch that fixes the "Shellshock" bug in the Bash shell. Bash, which is the default shell for many Linux-based operating systems, has been updated two times to fix the bug, and many Linux distributions have already issued updates to their users. When installed on an OS X Mavericks system, the patch upgrades the Bash shell from version 3.2.51 to version 3.2.53. The update requires the OS X 10.9.5, 10.8.5, or 10.7.5 updates to be installed on the system first. An Apple…
  • California Governor Vetoes Bill Requiring Warrants For Drone Surveillance

    Soulskill
    30 Sep 2014 | 5:12 am
    schwit1 sends word that California governor Jerry Brown has vetoed legislation that would have required warrants for surveillance using unmanned drones. In his veto message (PDF), Brown said, "This bill prohibits law enforcement from using a drone without obtaining a search warrant, except in limited circumstances. There are undoubtedly circumstances where a warrant is appropriate. The bill's exceptions, however, appear to be too narrow and could impose requirements beyond what is required by either the 4th Amendment or the privacy provisions in the California Constitution." The article notes…
  • Analyzing Silk Road 2.0

    Soulskill
    30 Sep 2014 | 2:17 am
    An anonymous reader writes: After a recent article about breaking the CAPTCHA on the latest incarnation of Silk Road (the darknet-enabled drug market place), Darryl Lau decided to investigate exactly what narcotics people were buying and selling online. He found roughly 13,000 separate listings. Some sellers identify the country they're in, and the top six are the U.S., Australia, England, Germany, and the Netherlands, and Canada. The site also has a bunch of product reviews. If you assume that each review comes from a sale, and multiply that by the listed prices, reviewed items alone…
  • How Tech Is Transforming Teaching In a South African Township

    Soulskill
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:44 am
    An anonymous reader writes: The founders of the African School for Excellence have an ambitious goal — nothing less than redefining low cost, scalable teaching that brings international standards to the poorest schools in Africa. Their first model school is off to a good start: in just 18 months, all grade 9 students are achieving scores higher than 50% on Cambridge Curriculum Checkpoint tests, and only one student scored less than 50% in math. The national average score in math is 13%. The school relies on a locally designed piece of marking software to function. Their teach-to-pupil…
  • FBI Plans To Open Up Malware Analysis Tool To Outside Researchers

    Soulskill
    29 Sep 2014 | 11:19 pm
    Trailrunner7 writes: The FBI has developed an internal malware-analysis tool, somewhat akin to the systems used by antimalware companies, and plans to open the system up to external security researchers, academics and others. The system is known as Malware Investigator and is designed to allow FBI agents and other authorized law enforcement users to upload suspicious files. Once a file is uploaded, the system runs it through a cluster of antimalware engines, somewhat akin to the way that Virus Total handles submissions, and returns a wide variety of information about the file. Users can see…
 
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  • Engineering Group Becomes An Open Source Initiative Corporate Sponsor

    masson
    11 Sep 2014 | 7:30 am
    Engineering Group confirms its support for global open source communities and contributes to OSI’s growth Sep. 11, 2014 - PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Engineering Group, a founding member of the OW2 Consortium (www.ow2.org) and an associate member of Eclipse Foundation (www.eclipse.org), announced today its corporate sponsorship of the Open Source Initiative (www.opensource.org). Founded in 1998, the Open Source Initiative protects and promotes open source by providing a foundation for community success. It champions open source in society through education, infrastructure and collaboration. In…
  • prPIG Joins the Open Source Initiative

    masson
    25 Aug 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Partnership will educate students regarding the power of open source software and spur technological and social innovation. PRLog - Aug. 25, 2014 - PALO ALTO, Calif. -- The Open Source Initiative ® (OSI), the premiere organization that promotes and protects open source, announced today that the Puerto Rico Python Interest Group (prPIG) has joined the OSI as an Affiliate Member. prPIG’s support of open source software development and its advocacy for the adherence to the open source definition are supporting software innovation in Puerto Rico. prPIG’s affiliation with OSI will help build…
  • OSI and Conservancy Announce US Tax Exemption Working Group

    arandal
    12 Aug 2014 | 10:08 am
    Software Freedom Conservancy and the Open Source Initiative are pleased to announce that they are the founding members of a working group focused on tax exemption issues for organizations in the United States. Recent activity by the Internal Revenue Service in response to applications for tax exempt status have sparked a lot of interest and discussion amongst free and open source software communities. OSI and Conservancy recognize that the IRS's understanding and evaluation of free and open source software can impact both new organizations created to promote the public good as charities…
  • OPEN SOURCE INITIATIVE (OSI) ANNOUNCES NEW AFFILIATE MEMBER

    masson
    8 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    By Leslie Hawthorn July 8, 2014 Palo Alto, California — The Open Source Initiative (opensource.org) is very pleased to announce DemocracyLab (democracylab.org) has joined the OSI as an Affiliate Member. DemocracyLab works to develop tools for civic engagement that promote awareness, collect insights and share ideas to address public need in government. "DemocracyLab seeks to harness our collective intelligence to address society's most difficult problems by creating open source software tools that help communities frame issues, deliberate solutions, make decisions and take collective…
  • Why should I care about privacy, when I have nothing to hide?

    masson
    5 Jun 2014 | 5:37 pm
    Published by Reset The Net on 30 April 2014 We get this a lot. There are a million answers (our favorite short one is “Nothing to hide? Really?”) but here’s something thoughtful and comprehensive to share with a friend the next time it comes up. The short version? None of the freedom and progress we’ve won over the past century would have been possible without the freedom to change things (starting with our own lives first) that privacy gives us. Imagine a world where you were constantly being judged by everyone around you, suffering immediately, or years down the road, for anything…
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  • Real-World Development

    By Danielle Rothermel
    3 Sep 2014 | 8:02 am
    The New York Times continued our technology internship program this summer, and Danielle Rothermel, one of the interns in this year’s class, discusses what she learned. I’ve spent my summer learning new languages, platforms and frameworks, but before I get into that, let me share some background about myself. After a frustrating and failed attempt to learn how to use the command prompt in middle school, I went into my freshman year of college adamant that I would take my required Introduction to Programming class and be done with computer science forever. However, I soon found out…
  • Getting Groovy With Reactive Android

    By Mohit Pandey
    18 Aug 2014 | 11:16 am
    “Slow,” a word no one ever wants to see associated with their app. Delay and lag of as little as 100–200 milliseconds will be perceived by users as poor, slow performance. Keeping long running tasks on the main thread will result in that perception, the dreaded “Application Not Responding” (ANR) and a bad user experience. This leaves us developers one choice: concurrent execution of code. The recent growth in popularity of functional programming is well deserved. As things become more asynchronous, the functional model really fits well. Being able to sequence, chain and transform…
  • Build an Open Source Community Platform With New York Times, Washington Post and Mozilla

    By Greg Barber
    7 Aug 2014 | 12:18 pm
    Each year, Knight-Mozilla OpenNews selects developers, technologists, civic hackers and data crunchers to spend 10 months working as fellows embedded in their partner newsrooms. Fellowships are paid positions, and emphasize open source development that strengthens specific newsrooms and the larger journalism-code community. The search for the 2015 Knight-Mozilla Fellows is now open, and the deadline for applications is Aug. 16, 2014. Staffers from The New York Times, Mozilla OpenNews and The Washington Post are seeking two fellows to join their community platform collaboration. This is their…
  • EMR Streaming in Go

    By JP Robinson
    10 Jul 2014 | 8:38 am
    On our platform teams, we use Amazon’s Elastic MapReduce (EMR) service to help us gather useful metrics from log files. We have processes that capture log files, then compress and push them to Amazon S3 for archiving. This pattern builds up massive amounts of information going back several years and, thanks to EMR, it’s all available to us for data crunching. Initially, we used Python for a lot of the heavy lifting, but over time we came to rely on Go. In the Beginning When we first started using EMR, my team wrote the mapper and reducer scripts in Python. We chose Python because it…
  • Improving Article Accessibility

    By Clint Fisher
    24 Jun 2014 | 8:38 am
    With the redesign and replatform of NYTimes.com in January, we introduced many new features on our article pages. Unfortunately, for our users with disabilities who rely on assistive technology, the new features hindered usability. Before the article redesign, most of our assistive technology users went to our print preview version, which contained only the article text, to avoid having their screen readers interrupted by content outside of the flow of the article. By removing the print preview feature (the redesign allowed us to leverage the print capabilities of modern browsers to improve…
 
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  • Cybersecurity Lab

    PBS
    30 Sep 2014 | 5:41 am
    Take cybersecurity into your own hands. In this Lab, you’ll defend a company that is the target of increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks. Your task is to strengthen your cyber defenses and thwart the attackers by completing a series of cybersecurity challenges. You’ll crack passwords, craft code, and defeat malicious hackers.
  • GOL World Tour: Linux Gaming From Germany

    Liam Dawe
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:07 am
    This instalment of the GOL World Tour visits Germany, differing from the last two in that it will focus on a country more established in the video game industry. A look at Linux games from specific country's.
  • Ricky's Flower

    helios
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:10 am
    As I turned back to them before closing the door behind me, mother and child were weeping and embracing the blue flower on the computer screen. It was all I could do not to join them.?
  • Encrypt Your Dog (Mutt and GPG)

    Kyle Rankin
    29 Sep 2014 | 11:13 pm
    I have been focusing a lot on security and privacy issues in this year'scolumns so far, but I realize some of you may expect a differentkind of topic from me (or maybe are just tired of all this securitytalk). Well, you are in luck.
  • How to setup your OTP appliance with privacyIDEA

    29 Sep 2014 | 10:16 pm
    In this howto we will setup a system that can act as your own personal OTP appliance, managing all authentication devices in your network. You then may configure your services to authenticate against this machine. It is a good idea to use some virtualization mechanism. If you have some old hardware around, this is even as good.
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  • Facebook has over 200 open source projects on GitHub

    tiwarinitish86
    30 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    Facebook. It's one of the world’s most well-known tech companies and on the forefront of open source technology. Just take a look their portfolio of over 200 open source projects on GitHub. In this interview with James Pearce, head of Open Source at Facebook, I speak with him prior to his talk at this year's All Things Open conference in Raleigh. Earlier this year, Opensource.com interviewed Pearce when the social giant was nine months into the process of rebooting their open source presence. Things have changed a lot since then. Find out how in this exclusive interview. read more
  • Learn how to support women in open source

    holmja
    30 Sep 2014 | 2:00 am
    Women are an underrepresented group in the open source world. According to data from the FLOSS 2013 survey, a little more than 10% of open source developers are women. Recently, there have been several attempts to make open source more welcoming to women contributors and supportive of their accomplishments. Two good examples of these efforts are GNOME's Outreach Program for Women, an internship program designed to welcome women into the open source community and provide them with mentoring, and Red Hat's Women in Open Source Award. read more
  • What site do you use to go geocaching?

    pilhuhn
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    What is geocaching? Heiko Rupp shares what it's like to search and find caches using GPS coordinates and other clues like riddles for this new kind of offline, outdoor scavenger hunt. Open source tools like c:geo can be used to "go geocaching" and the methods of the game resemble those used in open source communities too. read more
  • The geocaching experience is catching

    pilhuhn
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    Q: What do geeks do when they want to spend time away from their keyboards? A: They take their smart phone or GPS receiver and go geocaching. read more
  • Humanitarian applications in OpenStack, the Rosetta Stone of the cloud, and more

    Jason Baker
    29 Sep 2014 | 10:00 pm
    Interested in keeping track of what's happening in the open source cloud? Opensource.com is your source for what's happening right now in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project. read more
 
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  • Java 8 Certification - Oracle Java SE 8 Programmer 1 (1Z1-808) - Latest OCPJP Exam

    Javin Paul
    25 Sep 2014 | 6:56 am
    Today one of my reader asked about what is the latest OCPJP or SCJP exams available,  which prompted me to browse through Oracle's certification website. During my casual browsing, I noticed this new Java 8 certification. I said great, within six month of Java 8 release we now have Java SE 8 certification available, programmer still digesting changes form Java 8 now have chance to be certified on latest Java 8 . The certification is called "Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 8 Programmer - 1Z1-808" and has written for the Java SE 8 release. Format of exam is similar to…
  • Common Multi-threading Mistakes in Java - Calling run() instead of start()

    Javin Paul
    22 Sep 2014 | 7:41 am
    Writing multi-threaded and concurrent programs is not easy, not even in Java.  Even senior developers, including myself, make mistakes while writing concurrent Java applications. This is also one of the trickiest area of Java programming language, where misconceptions outnumbers concepts. Considering amount of misconception an average Java programmers has about multi-threading and concurrency, I thought to start a new series about common multi-threading mistakes done by Java programmers; what is better way to learn from common real word mistakes. Learning from mistakes has another name…
  • How to Create Complex directory Tree Using mkdir -p Command in UNIX

    Javin Paul
    19 Sep 2014 | 7:40 am
    One of the most common task in any Linux is creating directories, and most of us spend a lot of time creating complex directory structure in UNIX.  I am sure you know about mkdir command, we have been using this command in almost every operating system e..g DOS, Windows, Linux, OS/2, Solaris or many other *NIX operating system. It is one of the basic command but as important as find, grep or chmod.  mkdir stands for "make directory" and this command is literally used to create directories. Suppose, you need to create a directory tree like /opt/software/java/app/config, how are you…
  • 10 Questions To Make Programming Interviews Less Expensive

    Javin Paul
    17 Sep 2014 | 7:22 am
    Conducting Interview is not cheap and costs both time and money to a company. It take a lot of time to find the right candidate for a job from 100s resume you receive from consultants and agents. They will always tell you that this guy is a Java Guru, this one is SQL Expert and next one is the full stack developer you are looking for. If you have trust them blindly and invite all of them for face-to-face interview, you are going to be disappointed. One of the first thing you should do is to filter candidates who claims to have certain skills e.g. SQL but doesn't have them, the faster you…
  • 6 Books to Learn and Master Programming and Coding - Must Read

    Javin Paul
    15 Sep 2014 | 6:53 am
    Coding is an integral part of programming and we all somehow learn coding by following examples here and there. What is more difficult is to write good code. You can easily find programmers in Java, C++, Ruby or Python, but finding programmers, who are also good coder is very difficult. Some universities has good curriculum and practical classes to teach coding better than others, but most of these great codes are self-taught. Point is self learning is VERY important in field of Programming and Coding, you just cannot rely on your college and university to make you an expert programmer, you…
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  • Binpress Podcast Episode 12: Christian Heilmann of Mozilla

    Alexis Santos
    23 Sep 2014 | 11:16 am
    On this week’s show, we talk with Christian Heilmann, Mozilla’s Principal Evangelist. Christian covers how Mozilla is the Red Cross for the web, why mobile apps are overrated, what it takes to be a developer evangelist and why you should talk to the quiet folks at meetups. He also discusses how he got his start with web development, why more collaboration on web tech is needed, the biggest opportunities on the Internet and much more. Listen to the podcast in the player above, or click here to download it directly. Subscribe on iTunes or do so manually by using this RSS feed. Show…
  • Binpress Podcast Episode 11: Slava Akhmechet of RethinkDB

    Alexis Santos
    16 Sep 2014 | 10:28 am
    This week, we chat with Slava Akhmechet, co-founder of RethinkDB, an open-source distributed database taking the development world by storm. Slava discusses why experimental work often doesn’t make the cut for commercial codebases, why you should focus on ideas instead of venture capital, and the biggest opportunity in commercial open source. He also covers how assumptions keep people from coming up with great ideas, how Star Trek: The Next Generation explains why he built RethinkDB, and much more! Listen to the podcast in the player above, or click here to download it directly.
  • Lessons learned from the creators of Ubuntu, Appcelerator, Ghost and more

    Alexis Santos
    10 Sep 2014 | 8:21 am
    Over the summer we interviewed ten developers who’ve built successful software businesses: from Mark Shuttleworth of Canonical and Ubuntu fame to Mitchell Hashimoto of HashiCorp and Vagrant. We asked them about their mistakes and their triumphs, as well as what they’ve learned about pricing, community, marketing and more. The full interviews can be found in audio podcasts and text transcripts, and below we’ve condensed the most important lessons we’ve learned into a single post. Before we dive into the knowledge these devs have bestowed on us, here’s the full…
  • Binpress Podcast Episode 10: Mitchell Hashimoto of HashiCorp

    Alexis Santos
    9 Sep 2014 | 2:09 pm
    On our tenth episode, we talk with with Mitchell Hashimoto, creator of Vagrant and Founder of HashiCorp, the force behind projects such as Packer, Serf, Consul and Terraform. Mitchell discusses the importance of not naming your company after your flagship product, why a good story is important for raising capital and how to handle hiring in your business’ early life. He also covers why it’s important to avoid moving too slow (even if it’s for the sake of sustainability), how to encourage word of mouth, his love of Go and much more. Listen to the podcast in the player above,…
  • Binpress Podcast Episode 9: Torstein Hønsi of Highsoft

    Alexis Santos
    2 Sep 2014 | 12:02 pm
    This week we talk with Torstein Hønsi, Founder and CTO of Highsoft, the makers of popular JavaScript libraries such as Highcharts and Highslide. Torstein covers how this all began with a project built while working on an oil rig and grew into a business with more than 10 employees, which counts Facebook, Twitter, MasterCard and more as customers. Along the way, we discuss why a CEO was his first hire, the first lesson they learned about pricing, their community-building strategy and much more. Listen to the podcast in the player above, or click here to download it directly. Subscribe on…
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    Open-source CRM, ERP, MRP on the Cloud

  • How to keep implementation costs down

    11 Sep 2014 | 7:20 am
    The open-source software development model means you have no license fee costs. The cloud model of computing means you have no capital investment in server infrastructure and upkeep. But implementation costs can sometimes be difficult to quantify and control. Here are a number of considerations that can help you control these costs.
  • 101 Guide to CRM Projects

    18 Aug 2014 | 6:43 am
    Emphasis on your business objectives and business requirements is critical to project success. At the same time cast your eye over internal capabilities, available partners, budget restraints, and the potential the chosen technology has for new profitable business and sales models. Be aware of the functional and organic relations between the project areas described in this article, and the whole.
  • Using Ofbiz to streamline purchasing, checking of deliveries and invoices.

    9 Jul 2014 | 11:14 am
    We recently developed an interactive demonstration application to help us better conceptualise and visualise problems and solutions in discussions with prospects and clients. Here is a Youtube video of the application, introducing the strengths of Ofbiz, and demonstrating a process for procurement and checking of deliveries and invoices.
  • Why should a small manufacturing business take the trouble to implement an MRP system?

    4 Jun 2014 | 11:00 am
    The cloud model of computing and open-source licencing mean that powerful software for production management, previously only within the budgets of large enterprise companies, now is within the budget of SME companies. In this blog post we look at how businesses can (a) manage costs (b) save time (c) ensure quality and control of their production processes.
  • Easy to acheive LEAN improvements (2) - Elimination of time-traps

    7 May 2014 | 10:12 am
    In a previous post, we looked at the steps to implement the Lean technique '5S' to improve cleanliness and organisation of the workspace. In this post, we look at how to eliminate 'time-traps'.
 
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  • How to Blog for Marketing Purposes

    Nurdin Budi M.
    29 Sep 2014 | 5:58 pm
    Setting up a blog is not complicated. When you create a free user account or create your own blog is just a matter of following the simple steps on the website.There is always the possibility of creating a self-hosted blog. All you need to do is register a domain name (which can even be YourName.com) and get a hosting account, which includes a version of WordPress on your site. Additionally WordPress.org (note this is.org NOT.com) gives you the option of building a self-hosted blog.This option, while free, is the best choice for those who are serious about internet marketing.Placing your own…
  • What Makes Being The Best SEO Software?

    Nurdin Budi M.
    28 Sep 2014 | 2:24 am
    In a world that relies heavily on information technology, it is no longer a question of why online marketers are racing to use the best programs SEO. With such programs, they expect to get first place in the search engine results and attract more traffic to their website.In the end, the program can help them make their profits rise beyond their expectations and make them more financially stable in spite of the competition. In this sense in the search for the best of this type of software can be a must for one of the participants in the online marketing.And introduced a growing number of…
  • Use SEO with Social Media for Make Money

    Nurdin Budi M.
    25 Sep 2014 | 7:33 pm
    Often seems new even comes from the ancient principles of learning; as is the case with the recent trend toward combining marketing and social media with search engine optimization.Marketing and social media is much more than just a trend. If you do not use platforms and social media, and if your competitors are constantly and continuously creating valuable content on Facebook, Twitter and Google Buzz are new, and will climb the rankings in the search engines.To be successful, it is very important to integrate SEO practices, marketing and social media. Do not do this was the wrong…
  • 5 Tips and Tricks Sucess in Affiliate Marketing

    Nurdin Budi M.
    24 Sep 2014 | 3:17 am
    If you are new to affiliate marketing, and this article is for you. Now I will not claim to have a big secret will catapult you to success because a lot of tips and tricks are well known. But maybe they'll be able to save a little bit of time and money. So in this article I will share with you 5 tips affiliate marketing.In addition it would be nice if you read and compare with a variety of other articles is better; or maybe you need to know the weaknesses that cause you to fail in affiliate programs.Carefully read and follow these 5 tips affiliate marketing here:1. Education Affiliate…
  • 3 Reasons For The Failure Affiliate Program

    Nurdin Budi M.
    22 Sep 2014 | 9:10 am
    Many people start a company that many affiliate programs to benefit and most likely to resign. A number of people who quit 90% during the first two months, while still 10% during the first year and the other to be successful.Below we will give five reasons why people tend to withdraw from the affiliate programs began.Why do people quit?1. Feelings of rejection from family members and friendsOnce someone has been suggested to start the affiliate program and to provide a large sum of money they are set at the outset which increases the motivation to work. Family members or friends may try…
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