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Reverse Domain Name Hijacking: Why UDRP Reform is Needed

Reverse Domain Name Hijacking means using the Policy in bad faith to attempt to deprive a registered domain-name holder of a domain name.” The key point to remember here is “in bad faith”.

The Frager Factor: Seller Schilling, Meet Buyer Whiteley: Ta

“I hadn’t dealt with Frank before and didn’t know who I was dealing with. The prices were high – but they are good domain names and I should get good returns by using them. I think the fascinating thing at the moment is that there still isn’t really a fixed way of valuing a domain yet.”


Wedding Inspirations: Dramatic Color, Simple Design

This wedding under the direction of Kehoe Designs is clean and simplistic, with touches of Indian traditions. Kehoe transformed the room into a sumptuous getaway, using extensive white fabric treatment creating a bright glowing feel throughout the room.


How to Track Santa Claus this year using Twitter and Faceboo

Do you want learn how to track Santa Claus this year online or by phone? Well, here is your chance. tw telecom voice communications services at NORAD lets you track Santa Claus via Twitter and Facebook, as well as some other online services.

B2B Corporate Websites Really Need Corporate Blogs?

If you're in charge of a B2B (company to business) company web website, you may have wrestled using the choice of whether or not your business should create a weblog. If you'd rather not engage in blogging, there are alternatives that can nonetheless assist you drive qualified traffic and leads to your corporate Internet website, as a weblog might, and to get the search engine ranking advantages a blog may bring.

How to Develop an iPhone App using Microsoft Visual C

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DragonFireSDK is a Microsoft Visual C/C library. Its API consists of C/C functions that call native iPhone Objective C functions enabling iPhone App creation in Windows. Basically, you can develop iphone app games through a windows platform and then be sold through the apps store.

SEO Tip: How to Remove a Page from Google

This search engine optimization tip has to do with removing a page or a specific URL from the Google search engine. Their interface has changed recently, so you may want to read about how to remove a web page from Google using Google Webmaster Tools.


Using all the tools at your disposal to listen.

The web is a large space. But if you know where to look, you can easily find out what others are saying about you instead of trying to dig it out from third-party sources, the newspaper, radio, tv, or simply non-tech means. Here are some places for you to check out what’s going on

Alternative Pay-per-click Advertising: Consider using second-tier search engines

When should you consider advertising your products on sites other than on Google, Yahoo! and MSN? By properly identifying and evaluating various second-tier PPC advertising options, you may uncover a diamond in the rough.

Using Photos to Build Inbound Links

A lot of great photographers are scared to put their photos online because it’s so easy for other people to steal their work. I totally understand that. I’m hardly a great photographer, and I don’t want people stealing my photos, either! But I do want them to use my photos.

The Oracle at Yahoo: Using Yahoo News to Search the Future

Imagine exploring millions and millions of news pages and other documents to find information about events that are scheduled to happen in the future, to help predict the future.


Get incoming links using RSS feeds

This may seem obvious, but RSS feeds are a great way to get links to your site. In fact most sites don’t allow other sites to show their content feeds as part of their copyright policy. Bill Hartzer disagrees and shows why we should encourage other sites to feature content from our RSS feeds.