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20 Go-To Blog Topic Suggestions


Posted on Sep 30, 2013

So you’ve finally done it. You’ve set up a blog, perhaps thought of a clever title, and set aside time to write a post. Now what? If you’re like us, this question has probably raced through your mind: “What should I write about?” We’ve put together a go-to list of blogging topics to help you […]

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You’ve heard it before, you’ve thought it over, or maybe it’s on your to-do list: you need a blog. Especially if you have a business, blogging is one of the best (and affordable!) ways to brand yourself, build an online reputation, network, and attract an audience. By constantly creating new and compelling content, you can […]

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WordPress has recently released its latest update: WordPress 3.6.1 version. This is a security release for all previous versions. According to WordPress.org, the security fixes include: Block unsafe PHP unserialization that could occur in limited situations and setups, which can lead to remote code execution. Prevent a user with an Author role, using a specially […]

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Content Theft – What Can You Do?


Posted on May 3, 2013

In simple terms, content theft refers to the stealing or unauthorized usage of web content (both graphics and text) by another website. “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery”? Certainly not in the case of content theft. Most content thieves steal content simply to fill space on their websites and attract traffic (think Google AdSense). Content […]

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Doing things the “paperless” way


Posted on Apr 22, 2013

On previous Earth Days, stories and statistics about pollution, global warming and environmental destruction dominated the media spotlight. To celebrate the Earth Day, Doteasy wants helping you use less paper in the office and at home: Send mail electronically using your domain email accounts in cPanel Use the Doteasy Hosted Blog to start your own […]

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It’s quite depressing to read the news these days when all we hear about are the high unemployment rates of college graduates. The financial recession inevitably causes these new grads to work minimum wage jobs, hence causing underemployment. At the same time, we are also experiencing rising graduation rates. As we get closer to the […]

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