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“Why You Should Be Paying More Than $50 For Ebook Formatting & Conversion”

| June 16, 2013
“Why You Should Be Paying More Than $50 For Ebook Formatting & Conversion”

Your manuscript is finally done and you are now ready to convert it to an eBook.  You want to have a professional looking eBook that reflects all your hard work. Excitedly you start shopping around to find someone to help convert your baby. As you try to narrow down the options of who you want […]

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Beware Friends and Enemies Alike – Email Phishing

| May 10, 2013
Beware Friends and Enemies Alike – Email Phishing

In the ongoing battle over your computer, life would be a lot easier for the bad guys if you would just give them permission to use your computer/name/resources. Since you are smart enough to not do that, the bad guys will try and trick you into giving permission. Usually by having you voluntary click on […]

Pricing eBooks – One Author’s Journey

| April 10, 2013
Pricing eBooks – One Author’s Journey

Client’s often ask me how much they should charge when selling their eBooks. Pricing can depend on many variables such as genre and experience. A new self published romance author should have a different strategy than an accredited history author with several recognized eBooks to their name. Strategy also plays an important role. Too high […]

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WordPress Security – why “Admin” is a bad thing

WordPress Security – why “Admin” is a bad thing

| September 2, 2013

If you are running WordPress there may be a common setting that is jeopardizing the security of your site. Recently, there was an organized botnet attack on WordPress sites. What that means is that a software program with millions of minions was scanning the internet for WordPress sites, especially ones that have an “admin”  log […]

Google believes in the afterlife, do you?

Google believes in the afterlife, do you?

| August 14, 2013

What happens to your digital property if you die? Chances are if you are reading this, you have an online presence. Emails, chats, social media, and cloud storage are integrated parts of modern living. Some of these are bound to be very precious. Mementos that you want to preserve for your family or that your […]

So Long XP

So Long XP

| May 6, 2013

Are you one of the 38.31 % percent of users who still has Windows XP as an operating system? If so you have a big decision to make. Microsoft has announced that it will stop support the still very popular operating system on April 8, 2014. Office 2003 will also loose support at the same […]