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The QR code. Your 24 hour show off.

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  • 14 Jul 2011
Your Business Card Made-Over Are you soaking up a big spotlight, or are you struggling beneath a dim one? Your business was developed to bring people to you in one way or another. How are you drawing them in? The world’s biggest stage in this day in age is none other than the Internet. Online

How to make QR Codes

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  • 19 Jan 2011
What’s up with the new craze and these funky looking blockish squares everywhere you see?! Well, alot! QR codes (Quick Response Codes) are a perfect way to bring a potential client to the exact page on the internet you want them to go to, plus more. AND, they’re FUN 🙂 Have you tried it yet?

How To Set Up Twitterfeed

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  • 31 Jul 2010
Here is a step by step instructions on how to set up Twitterfeed. Go to http://www.twitterfeed.com/ Click Register Now Fill out information Email address & Password of choice Click Create Account Type in Feed Name – This should include keywords from your site (Example: Orange County Plumber, Orange County Movers etc) Paste in your RSS Feed URL(Blogger:

Using a Backlink Checker to Get Quality Links to Point to Your Site

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  • 10 Jun 2010
Many companies utilize backlink checker tools to search for potential link partners of competition allowing us to “beat them out.” Begin by visiting DB and determining which keywords to focus your linking efforts on. Cross reference your keywords (in order of priority) to your WPG report found at CCWDSupport.com. If you find that you have

FTP Training Manual: How To Upload Files to The Internet For My Website

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  • 10 Jun 2010
Definitions FTP – stands for File Transfer Protocol, and it’s a method of uploading and sharing files throughthe internet. Overview FTP is the main program Cal Coast uses to transfer edited files to our custom websites. We like CORE ftp or ACE ftp, the programs are easy to download and simple to use: ALL FTP

Understanding Your Web Position and Where You Rank In The Search Engines

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  • 10 Jun 2010
Web position reports are certainly not necessary, but they can make life a little faster and easier for you. The search engines dont particularly love them either, so we keep our reporting to a minimum. Here at Cal Coast we run Web Position Reports to see how your ranking have changed in the search engines.

LogMeIn.com – FREE Remote Access and Desktop Control Software Installation Help

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  • 09 Jun 2010
LogMeIn.com is an online system used by businesses to login to local office computers to utilize programs not on their own systems or for others to login to your computer virtually so that you may see the computer screen of a computer that may not be near you. Follow the instructions below to login…or click

Autopopulate Your Blog to Facebook and Twitter

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  • 30 May 2010
Stressing out over managing all your social networking sites?? Well stress no longer! Twitterfeed is to the rescue. This great program feeds your blog to facebook, twitter and more. Setting up twitterfeed to autopopulate to your accounts will save you time and effort. The best part is its easy! Here is the Step by Step

DIY – How To Use Twitter: Get Twitter Followers & Potential Consumers!

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  • 13 Sep 2009
Looking for a new way to advertise, optimize & grow your business?? Twitter is essential to expanding your market reach online and improving sales & conversions. The ultimate point of this whole Twitter game is to keep people engaged in actively serving as your salesman. By constantly getting updates about what you offer, your followers

Creating Sticky Post in WordPress

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  • 25 Aug 2009
Ever wanted to have one welcome blog post stick to the top of your wordpress blog so that no matter who visited the site they would always get to see the welcome?? Well you now can! To Sticky A Blog Post in WordPress: Log into WordPress Administration Panel Click New Post Write Out Title, and

Creating A Static Page in WordPress

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  • 25 Aug 2009
To create the static front page, go to the WordPress Administration Panels. Create two WordPress Pages from the “Add New Page” panel. Title one as “Home” (or another name) as your “static” front page. Set the “Home” template to the default template or any custom template. Add content you would like to see within the
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