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Tips to improve your websites SEO.

Traffic is the core element of a successful website. Search Engines have become the primary way of bringing traffic to an online venture. Targeted traffic can convert into potential business and revenue for any website owner.

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11 Steps to prevent computer viruses!

1. Install a reliable anti virus program – From the first moment you turn your computer on, you should have a trusted anti virus program by your side. Even if you have a machine that isn’t hooked up to the Internet, a reliable anti virus program is a low cost and common sense addition to any machine. There are even free anti virus programs you can download that work but not as well as a paid for version like Eset and Kaspersky.

2. Install anti-spyware and anti-malware programs – As good as the best anti virus programs are, they sometimes need a little bit of help. Thankfully, many of the top anti-spyware programs are completely free. Malwarebytes and CCleaner are just two free programs that can help prevent computer viruses from doing any damage on your machine. As helpful as these programs are, however, you must update them and run them on a regular basis for them to do any good. View more

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Tips on how to protect your family from internet risks!

Discuss the Dangers of the Internet with Your Children
Talk with your children about the potential hazards of the Internet, including sexual predators, inappropriate content and invasion of privacy.

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Back to basics with these 10 computer & online safety tips

  • Got protection? This may seem like a no brainer, but security software is the new “black”. It helps you stay fully protected against malware, spyware, hackers and identity theft. And don’t forget to perform regular updates and scans.

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Securing your wireless network

Use Encryption

By far the most important thing that you can do to secure your wireless network is to use encryption. Almost every wireless access point has some type of encryption mechanism built in. Most older access points offer WEP encryption, and newer access points offer a choice between WEP and WPA.
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