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I think you might have the wrong website

I think you have the wrong website. This site does not sell information on people.

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    I think its a statement

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The website for E machines is right here.

http://www.emachines.com/

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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This is the web site I ws given. Typed correctly. Why can't I find it?


Which website is that. I think that you did not post that. ok
first of all conform that weather it is right or wrong site. and Still it is in server or not.
hope it helps you .

Jun 12, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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Tips to avoid phishing


Phishing is one form of internet fraud wherein unscrupulous individuals extract personal information and use them for illegal transactions.

Here some sample of phishing.
In some selected trading websites, phishing is commonly done in order to swindle other members of the site. example of phishing sites area adult content websites. these sites area easy to create and they generate lots of internet traffic. this is the perfect place to get information. Former members our company (who has been banned) commit this type of offense. they are called "carders", people who use other people's information for their own benefit. to this day, there are countless number of carders in the world wide web as I know it, and this should serve as a warning to all.

Doesn't it make you wonder that a seller, who can sell items valued at less 100,000 at half the price?at close scrutiny, you will discover that person doesn't have own car, commutes to do meet ups and you can't fathom how they could afford such a luxury item. this is how carders operates and this has a lot to do with phishing they create fake websites and make it attractive to internet surfers.
Anyone who wants to buy the items displayed there will surely input their credit card details and other personal information which will then used to make fake credit cards. these fake cards will then be used to purchase merchandise from legitimate websites like Amazon.com, newegg, etc.
after 2-3 weeks after they received their items, you'll be surprised that your credit card statement will reflect purchases you did not make! this is a classic "phishing" technique.

Another form of information extraction is by establishing a fake company and asking for resumes online. We have received reports of incidents like this be careful about sharing personal information. even within the other known website "phishers" any personal information they collect will be used to open up fake credit card accounts which they determine the credit limit. these accounts will be used again to make purchases in your name without your knowledge.

Emails are also prone to phishing. phishers will create a fake Gmail or Yahoo which claims to have lost their database and needs you to re-enter your username and password. Do not fall prey to this sort of charade. the information they gather from you will be used to access your email accounts.

Tips to avoid Phishing.
1. Make sure a website is legitimate before giving away credit details and personal information.
2. Avoid submitting resumes or biodata when you doubt the legitimacy of an agency
3. If someone sends a private message asking for personal information, Do not give it unless you know the person.
4. Be careful when signing in to your email account. If you finish checking your emails, please sign out. Do not leave your account sign in, specially internet cafe shop.

I hope this information will be helpful.





on Aug 08, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Wise words on website content


<span>Websites come and websites go; it's a fact. It's also a fact that websites which have exceptional website content don't go very often. In order to win and retain business you need to be able to attract, keep and excite people's attention but for many that isn't always an achievable target. However without website content that can do this and do it quickly you are losing visitors and potential customers to your competition so if you can't create the website content that will achieve this and more you should consider getting someone who can.<br /><br />Website content for visitors.<br /><br />In bygone times keyword cramming your website content was the order of the day; it got you ranked high on search engines affording you plenty of hits to your website but in due course people realised that the visitors they were winning weren't actually taking advantage of the offers on site or clicking the affiliate links. Search engines also cottoned on pretty quickly to the art of keyword cramming and eventually devised a cunning plot that penalises you for the excessive use of keywords within your website content. This article uses a keyword density of just over 6% for the keywords 'website content' and that is just about right. You need to get the balance just right; not making readers obviously aware of the over existence of the term website content but including it often enough that it will get you brownie points with search engines.<br /><br />Website content for search engines.<br /><br />Search engines don't employ millions of people to trawl through the millions of websites and then judge how good the content is, instead they use robots or spiders that will crawl your website and measure the use of your keywords in order to ascertain the relevancy and usefulness of your website content. If they find it has too high a percentage they judge you to be a keyword crammer and you will be penalised. If it's too low they determine (rightly or wrongly) that your website content isn't relevant to potential visitors. Again you get penalised. You have to get the balance just right.<br /><br />Website content that sells your product.<br /><br />Your website visitors are your potential customers and they should be treated as such, but the average online shopper is very different in temperament to the high street shopper. They want to see useful content surrounding your products and they want to see it on a relevant topic. The latest and most common way to do this is through the use of a number of articles; these articles serve a couple of very useful purposes that we will discuss in a minute. <br /><br />You should use website content that informs, excites and compels people to purchase your product and it should do so quickly. The average website visitor will give you 3 or 4 seconds before they decide whether to read on. If you can hook them within those few seconds then they become very strong leads; you know they are interested in what you have to say. That gives you the first sentence, possibly two to get your message across.<br /><br />Don't forget that it can take up to four times as long to read off a computer screen as it can on paper so your website content should be restricted to a minimum of 300 words on a informative page to 1000 words on a page. Any less and you may struggle giving them anything useful but more than this and they'll stop reading. The optimum word count is between 500 and 700 words. <br /><br />Articles that give value to your website content.<br /><br />Used well a number of article pages on your site will serve as keyword specific website content pages and also to give your visitors even more information. If you have 50 keywords you want to use you could use 1 article for each keyword. This article would then act as a separate page of website content that will rank on the search engines for that one keyword. Each well written article that your visitors read will move them one step closer to purchasing your product so use them well.<br /><br />A final word on website content.<br /><br />The final thing to remember about website content is that it HAS to be unique. Copied or plagiarised website content will see you heavily penalised by the search engines and where a few dollars may have got you high up in the rankings with very well written website content, using stale copied website content will see you plummet to the bottom end of the search results.<br /><br />www.webwisewords.com is the website of a professional freelance writer who specialises in writing exceptional quality, 100% original website content at more than reasonable rates. Having already written website content and online articles for thousands of sites www.webwisewords.com will give you a free quote and even throw a keyword density analysis and proofread of your existing website content into the bargain (just for requesting a quote!). <br /> <br /> About the author:<br /> <a href="http://www.webwisewords.com/">www.webwisewords.com</a>is the website of a professional freelance writer who specialises in writing exceptional quality, 100% original website content at more than reasonable rates. Having already written website content and online articles for thousands of sites <a href="http://www.webwisewords.com/">www.webwisewords.com</a>will give you a free quote and even throw a keyword density analysis and proofread of your existing website content into the bargain (just for requesting a quote!). <br /></span></b> </b>

on Nov 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Is CashforMyMiles a legitimate company that purchases points in exchange for CASH ?


You can follow the steps given below to find out whether a website is trustworthy or not

1) Do proper research:
First you can to do a proper research about that site before ordering through discussions like face book or any other social networking sites page. You can check previous deals and user's response on them.
2) Read customer reviews:
Customer reviews is also very important. So you can regularly check for the customer review of a page. If you want to check customer reviews about a website you can visit this site Webutations.info here you can find out customer review about particular website and it's details.
3) Use whois lookup tool:
You can use whois information. Whois information basically provides details like website owner, contact details, email id, phone no. etc,. First you can check all of them whether the phone no, email id and contact details is legit and working. If it is legit, it is a good website and you can use that site. If you find the whois information is fake, don't make order or use the specific website be careful with them. If you need to have whois look up on a website, visit WhoisXY.com here you can get the full information about that particular website.

Nov 03, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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I just need a driver


well, it depends on what you need a driver for. in most cases windows is able to automatically detect and download drivers over an internet connection.
it would help to have a bit more information in regard to the issue :)

Apr 01, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Making Money With A Content-Oriented Website


<span>Many websites out there have quite a bit of content, but are untapped as a resource for making money. Countless webmasters have heard the stories about getting rich working from home on their website. Yes, many people have done it. Yes, those who got in early on it did pretty well, but as I tell people fairly often, the ways to make money online are only limited to your imagination. The internet is the most free medium on the planet. Now, a website which directly offers a service or product is a no-brainer. You promote that produce or service and sell it and you make money. However, if your website is a nice library of content, but with no services or products to provide to the visitors, how can you make some money with it? There are ways and here are a few of them:<br /><br /> * Traditional Banner Advertising<br /> * Form a subscription service<br /> * Host contextual ads<br /> * Sell affiliate products<br /> * Sell your own content<br /><br />Banner advertising is the most prevalent method of generating revenue from content sites. Content sites are valuable to internet advertisers. After all, what gives any content site value is the eyeballs looking at it. Its like an internet highway. In the real world, people will pay to put billboards on the side of well traveled highways. The same occurs online. Well trafficked websites are valuable for advertising. If your content site does not have much traffic yet, then get busy promoting, because the traffic is what gives your site value. Without the traffic, your content is worth very little in the real world.<br /><br />There are many sources of getting advertising in your website, and the easiest is to join a network. A few networks are Burst, Tribal Fusion, Rydium, FastClick, and Google Adwords. Each network has its own requirements for applicants.<br /><br />Offering a subscription service is another method of generating revenue. The trick here is to figure out what to offer. The best bet is to survey your public for what they need and want from your website and what they are willing to pay for. If your content is updated routinely, you might be able to charge people a fee for accessing it. You might also offer enhanced services of some kind for subscribers. If you have an online forum, you could possibly offer access to private forums or other enhanced profile capabilities for a small fee. The trick on this is to offer something for free. It is the free content which will bring traffic to your website, so finding the balance is something you will need to work out.<br /><br />Affiliate programs are something you can get into as well. In this case, you don't have to come up with the product yourself, yet you can bring attention to it and get visitors to purchase them from you. Find affiliate programs in which the products offered are relevant to your site. You want something that your public will be interested in. Amazon.com has a popular affiliate program in which you can offer books for sale on your website for a commission. You can also go to the affiliate networks to search for programs. Some well known such networks are Linkshare, Commission Junction and Regnow.<br /><br />You can also come up with and offer your own products. This is where some imagination comes into play. One possible idea is to author and sell an e-book. You could sell white papers for your visitors to solve certain problems they may have. There are a number of things you can do, and it depends on the type of site you have. On the internet, though, your best bet is to sell your knowledge and expertise. It is a 100 rofit margin (after your initial investment of time to put it together).<br /><br />The trick in any of these ideas is to survey your public and find out what they need and want. People love to express their opinions, and you should not be sitting there guessing at what people want and would spend their hard-earned money for. Ask them! <br /> <br /> About the author:<br /> David Risley is a web developer and founder of PC Media, Inc. (http://www.pcmedianet.com). Specializes in PHP/MySQL development, consulting and internet business management. He is also the founder of PC Mechanic (http://www.pcmech.com), a large website delivering do-it-yourself computer information to thousands of users every day. <br /></span></b> </b>

on Nov 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I would like to know if i could get any job online.searched through the internet but most of them were of no use.please do help


Hello,
If you are looking for a few reputable websites where you can find a career that you are looking for, please check the following website resources by clicking on the blue colored text.

Career builder -This site offers resume building tools, resume critique tool to help you improve your resume to have a better chance of getting an interview, numerous other search options for schools, salary calculators, skills training and much more. This is one of the top level job search and career sites.

Monster -This is another good career search site that also offers good career building tools like Career Builder.

Job Hunt -This site offers many of the same career tools plus videos, help from job search experts, job skills employers look for, and more.

Craigs list -This is a site where you can find job opportunities and this specific link will take you to a list of U.S. cities so you can easily locate your area or area that may be near to you. This site is not specifically geared towards career building like the previous mentioned ones, but you can find a job opportunity using it. This site may not be as reliable and consistent for jobs as the others, but it still may be useful. This site can also be used to find things to buy or even sell, so that is why I added it.

Free Resume Templates -This site offers free resume examples and templates. The better your resume, the better chance you have obtaining a job you are applying for.

About.com -This site is widely used to find tons of different types of information. I have specifically linked it to the free resume examples and tutorials to help you get started quicker and find the information you need much easier.

There are other great resources out there online and with a little research, I am sure you will find what you are looking for. It is important to remember that when posting any personal information online about yourself, there is always a risk of that information being used for identity theft, fraud, etc. Please exercise caution when posting personal information online and research every site to ensure they are a legitimate resource to use. I always like to warn people about security so that they will be informed and be cautious.

When searching the job market for any job, it is important to prepare your resume properly and make copies and take them to all the businesses you would like to gain employment because the more exposure your skills get through your resume, you increase your chance of gaining employment. Doing your resume online will give you a lot of exposure and many employers are now using the internet to find members for their work force because it is easier and quicker for them.

I hope that the information that I provided helps you reach all of your career goals so you find the perfect job you are looking for. I wish you all the best and please let us know if you need further assistance.

If you would not mind, please rate my help. I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you

Sep 04, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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What is the market value of a Gateway 507GR computer?


Neither could I ... this computer is discontinued ... It is unusual that there are none to be found at eBay nor Craig's List, no rfurbs at any of the usual sites. Since you can't find it and I can't find it ... it is difficult to come up with a 'fair market value' for this discontinued product.

Here are the computer specs ... http://support.gateway.com/s/PC/R/4658/4658sp3.shtml

I am not sure how 'mint condition' applies in this case ...

I think you will need to add memory to this machine ... does it come with an OS? Is it running now? Can you check the Microsoft Hardware compatbility list at http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/hcl/default.mspx

Here is an interesting site ... http://www.retrevo.com/search?q=Gateway+507GR&rt=oa&modelid=7784763 On their review section, they say this computer is over the hill ready to retire.


If I were interested in this computer, I would offer $100.00 but not go more than $150.00. I think this is very generous.

Jun 14, 2010 | Gateway 507GR PC Desktop

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My external cabinet fan is not working ;it revolves only in the starting after that it doesn't revolve i changed it's power supply wire also but no use  i think it is having problem with the conducting...


Sorry. I see you provided the information, eMachines T2682. Their website does not provide service manuals, but you can ask eMachines if the fan is thermally-controlled by sending them eMail at http://emachines-us.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/emachines_us.cfg/php/enduser/ask.php?

It appears that eMachines withholds a lot of information, hoping to sell you additional support services, so this information might not be provided unless and until you pay them for it.

Apr 09, 2009 | E-Machines T2682 (000002965) PC Desktop

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I cant enter hotmail it says http 400 Bad Request


hi.

Cause The 400 Bad Request error is an HTTP status code that means that the request you sent to the website server (i.e. a request to load a web page) was somehow malformed therefore the server was unable to understand or process the request.

Resolution
  1. Check for errors in the URL. The most common reason for a 400 Bad Request error is because the URL was typed wrong or the link that was clicked on points to a URL with some kind of mistake in it.

  2. Though it's rare, the 400 Bad Request error could be an issue with the web site's server that you are trying to access. You may want to attempt to contact the webmaster or another site contact and inform them of the error message. The webmaster of most Internet sites can be reached via email at webmaster@website.com, replacing website.com with the actual website name.

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