A major new problem for ecommerce websites is called credit card slamming. Credit card slamming is the practice of foreign scammers hitting authorize.net multiple times with different credit cards in an attempt to find credit cards that are active. Why am I writing a post on credit card slamming? A friend of mine recently had his website hit with a credit card slamming scam that racked up tons of transaction charges and charged lots of credit card scam victims thousands of dollars.… read more “Credit Card Slamming”
My blog is now being fed into Facebook Notes. I am curious to see if this draws more traffic to my blog or if it hurts my site because the search engines view it as duplicate content. My hope is that because it’s behind a password wall, search engines don’t hurt my blog and I just get some more friends to come check out what I write.
I chose not to link to any of these prominent search engine web designers because they have too many different pages on the internet to choose just one. If you would like to learn more about them, hit up one of the search engines and you will find hundreds of pages (and more flattering pictures ;))!… read more “10 Prominent Search Engine Web Designers”
I found an error with WordPress this week. WordPress has a great feature that allows you to schedule posts to come out whenever you wish. For instance, I can write a post and schedule it to be posted tomorrow morning at 8am. The post will remain in a queue until then and will go live on it’s own at 8am.… read more “WordPress Publish Ahead of Time Error”
Favicons are the cool little symbols that are right to the left of your title in the browser bar. Favicons are also used in the bookmarks section of your web browser (see left side image). For example, the black circle with a white U to the left of the Underdog Sports Leagues name is a favicon.… read more “How to put a Favicon in WordPress Blog”