How to Use Twitter for Blog Marketing

How to Use Twitter for Blog Marketing Check out my previous post on best twitter automation tools here: http://www.internetgeeks.org/social/twitter/top-twitter-automation-tools/ Blog marketing is a way in which you direct targeted traffic to your blog where you are trying to promote something. Now, if you did it correctly, you could use Twitter as an invaluable tool for your blog marketing pursuits. So let’s get you started with it. First… click to continue

RockMelt, Social Surfing Made Fun and Easy

RockMelt, Social Surfing Made Fun and Easy Social networking is the center of internet activity for people across all age groups. Almost everybody enjoys being connected with their friends and family whether by reading their latest tweets, photos or chat messages. With this in mind, the creators of RockMelt designed a solution that seamlessly integrates everything we love into a nifty browser. RockMelt is a social media… click to continue

Best Portable External Hard Drive (HDD) 3.0 Reviews

Best Portable External Hard Drive (HDD) 3.0 Reviews With the size of hard drive keep on decreasing and capacity increasing, it’s very difficult to decide which hard drive is best for your use. Thus I came up with this post to help you decide. The bellow are the list of best portable external hard drives available in the market. Lets see which one suits your need and style.… click to continue

The Low-Down on SEO

The Low-Down on SEO You may have heard of search engine optimization (SEO), but do you really understand what it means? SEO is the art of adapting a website so it is perceived more favorably by search engines. Search engines scour the internet for websites to include in their results pages, or SERPs, and if a website isn’t optimized effectively, its chances… click to continue

5 Ways for Computer Geeks to Avoid Becoming Apes

5 Ways for Computer Geeks to Avoid Becoming Apes You’ve surely seen the the comic strip that has flooded the Internet and fronts of t-shirts depicting the evolution of man—first we’re apes, then upright man, then apes again as we spend more and more time hunched in front of a computer screen. With the overwhelming speed in which technology is being developed, most middle-class Americans now have desk jobs.… click to continue