How to Introduce Your Grandparents to E-Commerce

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There is no denying that today’s generation is Internet savvy mostly because they were exposed to computers and the Internet at a young age, at a time when the online world was growing by leaps and bounds. For this reason today’s generation is very familiar with E-Commerce and has embraced

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Why Clicks Are Not Automatically Hits in the Online World

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The PPC or Pay Per Click system is widely in use online by many business owners. However, there is a flaw to this type of system: just because a netizen clicks on your ad does not mean he will automatically buy what you are selling. So clicks do not translate

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Do I Go Local or International With My E-Commerce Business?

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The Internet attracts people from all walks of life. Whether you are a stay-at-home mom who likes to look for new recipes to try on youtube.com, a breadwinner dad who wants to find a good university for his son to attend, or even a teenager who wants to impress his

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Why PayPal is Still the Top Online Payment System Around

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                      If you are new to the world of E-Commerce chances are you are on the lookout for a reliable, trustworthy, inexpensive and safe way to send and receive payments online. If this sounds like you, then look no further

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4 E-Commerce Solutions to Get You Started Online

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Picking an E-Commerce solution can be hard so we decided to put together a short list to get you started. E-Junkie E-Junkie aims to provide online shopping support for any blog or website that you already have up and running. You can also use E-Junkie if you are using social

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Working with MySQL in Java

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Good day and welcome to the blog. I recently started working with Java and couldn’t find nearly as much information as you would expect when it came to working with MySQL/Mariadb. Before we get started, this tutorial requires you to import the MySQL java connector into your project. This can

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Password Cracking the Easy Way

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Most tools that allow you to brute force or ‘crack’ passwords are complex, command line driven, and tend to allow far more options than the average user needs. These tools are amazing, and I have no intention of trying to replace them. When I started writing the Pyle Password Cracker,

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Building a Basic SSH Brute Force Application in Java

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In this tutorial we’re going to walk through building a very basic version of the Pyle Password Cracker, a GUI based SSH brute forcing application written in Java that’s scheduled for a beta release shortly before Christmas this year. This tutorial and application have been written with the intent to

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Restarting Linux Services with Remote Manager

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Your server’s down, your admin’s on his lunch break, and you’re losing money by the minute in lost web sales and discouraged customers. The first step in trying to fix a problem on a Linux server is often to restart the service you’re having trouble with. After a few years

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SEO: What Gives?

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The advent of SEO has truly revolutionized the world of search engines. Your favorite search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo had been made more user-friendly. This is to say that you get the most relevant results to your queries because of a technique known as Search Engine Optimization. But

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