Google Adwords Business Credit and a Nexus 7

google adwords business credit card

I received and unsolicited call about 3 weeks ago from someone claiming to be from Google. After quite a bit of extensive verification on their part, it turns out it was in fact a Google adwords rep[1]. Google introduced the Adwords Business Credit line to reduce billing issues and cash flow problems for small business. […]

BingAds.com: I have to install silverlight and opt-in to sign up? Microsoft #WTF

BingAds.com

You would think that if you are the David in a David vs Goliath situation, You would employ your resources to make process as easy as possible for everyone involved. Apparently Microsoft does not feel that is necessary with Bing.com and BingAds.com. I recently decided I wanted to give Bing Ads a shot to capture some extra leads for […]

How to get your external IP address in Command Line/Shell

ipv4shell

Sometimes you have a need to get the external IP on your server that you are working from. There is no easy command in shell to get the external IP address. A simple $ ifconfig will show you only your internal addresses and NAT or IP’s that have been bound to the servers NIC card. […]

Screw your FREAKIN features! Launch your site like this or SIT DOWN!

minimum viable product graph

If you are reading this post I assume you are in e-business or technology in one way or another. If you are in the majority, you are thinking about starting a site, in the process of starting a site, or have a site that is wasting hard drive space… Let me explain something very important […]

6 Simple Asset Protection Mistakes to Avoid for the Start-up Entrepreneur

asset protection gone wrong

So I wanted to get up something important here for all my fellow start-up entreprenuers. I had Bobby Casey from Global Wealth Protection write out some simple points to avoid when setting your company up and common mistakes start up entrepreneurs make leaving themselves vulnerable with no asset protection. No one wants to get to a success […]

Simple way to migrate your shopping cart software in a snap

I decided I was going to move on from the archaic peice of source code commonly known as OScommerce. It has far too many security loopholes, lack of current features, a dieing community, and over all it is too slow to work with. Any modern shopping cart software should be far more object oriented, have […]

A bit of a game changer for SEO in Q4 2011

This morning I woke to an IM with the following article link from Googles official blog:   http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2011/10/making-search-more-secure.html   For a global search sense, this is not a big deal. Most generic search traffic comes from users that are not logged in. However, when you get into certain niches and certain sites, your demographic can […]