Explode Traffic and Revenue

Do you ever have the feeling that everyone else is getting traffic to their website, except you? Is your revenue less than what you had hoped for? Do you have any sales and revenues at all? If the answer to even one of these questions is YES — then this article is for you.

Are you ready to kick your website up a notch and get your traffic and revenues into a hyper active mode! Any one of them can make a shocking improvement to your traffic and revenues.

Let's get started:

Tip # 1: Take This In The Right Way, But: Is Your Website Boring? Is it plain and / or drab? Add exciting colors, shorter content paragraphs, professional graphics, banners and ads.

On average, users visiting your home business web site develop an immediate sense of interest (or not) about your site within 10-15 seconds. A lot of … Read More

How Computer Hardware Works

COMPUTER HARDWARE BASICS

MICROPROCESSOR:

Microprocessor is the brain of any computer. It controls all activities inside the computer. Basically it performances 2 types of operations – arithmetic & logical operation (internally), read & write (externally). Read / write operations are performed on 2 types of devices – I / O and memory devices. It uses the "address bus" to select any "location" on these devices, sends a read / write signal over the "control bus" and then the information over the "data bus".

MEMORY DEVICES:

The CPU stores all information in the computer's memory. There are two memory types – RAM & ROM

RAM (Random Access Memory):

This volatile type is a read & write memory device. This loses its contents when power is shut off.

The types of RAM are

ยท DRAM (Dynamic ram) – is similar to a capacitor, as it tends to lose its contents and hence … Read More

How To Control Bits That Flow In And Out Of Your Personal Computer – Lan Or Wan Environments

The Internet is too big and complicated to monitor activities and since it's mostly an open public ground, organizations and individuals are responsible for their security issues. The question is; are we safe behind anti-virus software? Do we consider what goes on when those LED's on our ADSL modems blink? Or how many of us really check security or system logs on Windows or network devices? I guess not many people do that.

But we do not acknowledge the Internet as something complex and tough. So maybe we can continue assuming it's as easy as it was and keep ourselves secure at the same time. There's a simple way to do that, called "packet filtering" which comes by with most of the network devices having a WAN interface, including ADSL modems. It basically stops all inbound traffic from the Internet unless you allow it specifically, or open a 'path' by … Read More

Google Pixel Buds Vs Apple AirPods – The Battle of the Earbuds

On October 4, Google introduced its new flagship Pixel phones, the Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL. However, the biggest reason for which Google kept on mocking Apple last year seemed like a joke when Google announced their flagships without the headphone jack. Yes, this time they traded it off for getting IP 67 water resistance rating.

As an alternative Google announced its own new branded wireless earbuds called Pixel Buds. The buds follow in the strides of Apple’s own wireless earbuds, the AirPods, that implies everybody will be comparing the two wireless buds choosing which one to go for. We have assembled this comparison to help you out in your decision.

Specifications

GOOGLE PIXEL BUDS

Price:$159

Battery Life: Up to 5 hrs.

Battery Specs: 120 mAh

Weight:14 grams

Connectivity: Bluetooth

Sensors: Microphone, Accelerometer, Capacitive touchpad

Charging Case: USB Type-C

APPLE AIRPODS

Price:$159.99

Battery Life: Up to 5 hrs.… Read More