How-To

Google Analytics Data – the secret sauce your website needs to make it more influential (Part 1)

March 6, 2013

How do you know how influential and effective your website is unless you’re able to see what your site visitors are doing, or not doing on your site? I’ll show you how to easily make a start to tracking activity on your website.

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How to add the Google +1 button to WordPress and the Digg Digg plugin

June 5, 2011

A quick how-to guide on how to add Google +1 functionality to your Wordpress site if you’re using the floating bar provided by the Digg Digg Wordpress plugin.

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E-Book: Complete how to setup Google Apps Email on your domain

March 8, 2011
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Fundraising – How not to ask for money

February 17, 2011
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If you’re fundraising and asking people for money or donations to support your cause, there’s a right way to ask for money, and a wrong way. I’m going to outline an experience I had from someone asking me for money and how he did it very wrong, and what there is to learn from it.

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How I compute – A “round” up

November 10, 2010
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This article is simply to bring together the 5 recent posts I’ve made about important ways to compute.  There’s nothing new here, just a listing of the the articles and a summary of each: Security: the most essential of all the articles to rid your PC of the demons lurking in the background. Web Browsing: […]

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How I compute – Part 5: No room for ‘whoops’!

November 8, 2010

For the past couple of weeks I’ve been relaying to you a few things I think are important when it comes to computing.  This is how I do the things I do, and while I’ll not win awards for my ‘amazingness’, I’m efficient and I navigate my digital life with confidence and surety.  And I […]

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How I compute – Part 4: E-books and the Amazon Kindle

November 4, 2010

The Amazon Kindle is a brilliant device for reading e-books and buying books while travelling. Read on to find out what I think of it and how to manage your ever-growing e-book library.

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How to become a better writer, part deux.

November 3, 2010

A while ago I wrote this article: How to become a popular writer and improve your sex life. Another take on the same thing, but with a slightly tack but ultimately saying the same thing is a post I stumbled upon in copyblogger.com.  I found it amusing in its simplicity and there’s no mistaking their […]

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How I compute – Part 3: Tackling the bloat

October 31, 2010

Is your computer slow?  Perhaps it’s old… perhaps it’s not old.  Are you considering buying a new one?  Computers are like cars, you need to keep it maintained if you want it to run well and not suddenly conk out on you when you least expect it.  In this article, I’m going to show you […]

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How I compute – Part 2: Web Browsing

October 28, 2010
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In this part of the series, I’m going to tackle the ‘Web Browser’.  What it is, and why you need it to be one of the most reliable pieces of software on your computer.  But first, before we go anywhere, if you haven’t looked at Part 1, head over there now and follow that through […]

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