Profit From PleasureProtecting your site from Theft and Poaching - Combating Smart Tag and TOPtext technology

Written by Pamela Heywood

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Now for crushing TOPtext, jl scott kindly sent merepparttar following information, normally reserved for iCop members and has given me permission to pass it on to you so we can get it to as many people as possible.

If you read THE iCop WHISTLE BLOWER! on Monday, you know about TOPtext and how it's invading your web sites. And you've probably heard about Microsoft's "Smart Tags."

iCop Founding Member, Bob Massa of SearchKing, put his people to work and they've come up with a code that will stop TOPtext from working on your web pages. You can get it at:

The second one goes inrepparttar 132016 body of your document, so those of you using SSI can probably insert it once in your header or footer and it's job done. Employ both and you'll keep most of these sharks at bay - forrepparttar 132017 time being, at least.

Pamela Heywood publishes TuCats Mewsletter (online business) and Ezine Advertising Classifieds Zine (free ads). She is one of the successful publishers featured in "50 E-zine Publishers Interviewed"

Being a Webmaster

Written by Phil Bate

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For this site with mostly free health advice, I believe this approach is right, but for more involved salesmanship, spice it up as needed while still keepingrepparttar load time as low as possible. For an example of a lot of necessary graphics, look at: The emphasis here is on graphics, as people want to get a look atrepparttar 132014 yachts that are being sold. This sells, where text wouldn't dorepparttar 132015 job.

Next, if you aren't gifted with sales ability in writing (and graphics to go along), you have to learn a lot more in this field. Or, you have to have somebody around that does. Decisions, decisions - do you use paid ads, paid banners, ffa's, ezines, MLM's,or what? More and more study is needed, or more and more money is needed to hire this knowledge (and hope that whoever you hire knows what they are doing.)

With thousands of ads telling you that "they" have allrepparttar 132016 secrets ofrepparttar 132017 internet, and positioning, and making 10,000 a month, it's more than a little confusing, and some expertise is needed in this area as well. >From personal experience, I can state that this knowledge comes with making some mistakes and learning from them.

So what's a competent webmaster? He/she is a really multitalented person, or preferably, a team. A technical HTML expert, an expert on search engines, a graphics expert, a sales/marketing manager, a technical writer, an ad writer, a computer technician experienced in software andrepparttar 132018 list goes on and on.

There are a lot of would-be webmasters out there, charging a lot of money, and designing lots of very flashy webs. But, are these webs actually doingrepparttar 132019 job, and making money forrepparttar 132020 owner? Do they load reasonably fast? Surfing will show you hundreds of sites that are pretty lousy in some ways, andrepparttar 132021 odds are that they cost somebody a lot of money, and they are getting very little return.

Phil Bate PhD - Free health advice site using holistic techniques. Professional resources lists on all health subjects.

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