YouTube recently enabled new functionality allowing for unlisted videos. But just because they don't show up in YouTube's search index doesn't mean they can't be found elsewhere! In this post, I show you how.
Stephen Chapman delivers tried-and-true Search Engine Optimization techniques while laying to rest myths and bad practices.
Stephen is a freelance writer and blogger based in Charlotte, NC. His contributions to ZDNet cover topics related to security, gaming, Microsoft, Apple, and other topics of interest with a tech/SMB skew.
Leave it to Internet marketers to come up with ads like the one I use as the sample in this post...
Have you ever heard the saying, "It's not about what you know, it's who you know"? Well, LinkedIn is trying to make it about both!
What would you do for $5? With Fiverr, you can get people to do some pretty amazing/insane things for you, so why not a unique Christmas gift? Check out what I had some people do for me!
Downloading with a BitTorrent client means the whole world can see what you've been downloading. Use Torrific to help avoid that discomforting thought.
Reddit is down! This doesn't happen often, so many are waiting patiently to find out why their beloved social bookmarking site has temporarily lost its functionality.
If you've ever wondered how to download YouTube videos (and other curious things) to your computer, this post is for you!
Have you seen those barcode-looking things recently but haven't got the slightest what they're for? After this post, you'll see how they might just end up making your life a little bit easier one day!
Ugh, not another friggin' social media/networking/bookmarking platform... Just shoot me now!
MC Hammer's back, and this time, he has a search engine with him. Will WIREDoo be the search engine of choice in the future?
Turn your iPad or Android device into an ultra-portable TV and get social with the shows you love to watch! This post shows you how. Traveler-recommended!
2011 has been a milestone year for me where tech achievements are concerned, and these are my top 3. Perhaps my experiences can inspire some of you to do the same in 2012!
Over 40,000 Hotmail and MSN email addresses, along with passwords, have been discovered on a phishing Web site. Read about the incident here.
I think it's time for Wikipedia to stop existing solely on donations and embrace an ad-based model of monetization for sustainability. Here's why.
In this cautionary tale, I delve into identity theft and how a parent could very well end up responsible for ruining their child's credit, or worse. This is one case study you don't want to miss.