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How to Make Money by URL Shortening

If you have a web or blog that provides many download links to the various types of document such as software, music, photos, and others, it will certainly produce a lot of links to the place or location of the file stored both in your internal server or external online storage such as dropbox, Google […]

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How to Prevent People For Identifying Your WordPress Username

As a webmaster or WordPress administrator, you surely know that the WordPress back-end page can be accessed by going to http://www.yourwebsite.com/wp-admin/ or /wp-login.php. And since you didn’t change the default username to other name and make it same with author name that published on your front-end page, you will find that it made hackers easier […]

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How to Submit Your URL to Bing

Based on netmarketshare.com documentation, the majority of internet users in the world use Google as a search engine than other brands. During 2016, the Google users reached around 71.41%, followed by Bing with a market share reaching 11.32%. Although the gap was too far with Google but it’s good for webmasters to began in paying […]

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How to “Instruct” Google to Recrawl Your Page’s URL

Recently I get a positive result after “instructing” Google to recrawl my page’s URL utilizing “Fetch as Google” tool in Google Search Console (GSC). It was triggered by my own case which one of my latest article post in the topic of “the minimum requirement on 10000 views of Youtube channel” has not yet to […]

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How to Store & Share Files Using Mediafire.com

If you already have a website or blog and want to share files with your visitors, there is a simple way to store and share your files by creating hyperlinks pointed to your file location. One of the advantages of storing files at free storage service like MediaFire is reducing the hosting space usage of […]

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10000 Views to Monetize Youtube Channel 2017

YouTube made a new policy on April 07, 2017, which set the minimum views of your channel as many as 10000 before it can be included in the YPP (YouTube Partner Program). Since YouTube introduces this requirement, it seems to be making a bit of trouble for new Youtubers, though it doesn’t really affect users […]

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