This free open source software can be used to delete temporary files and other information that are recorded by the supported operating systems and specific applications.
Running a software like BleachBit regularly protects the user's privacy by deleting information about opened programs, files and websites. It also increases the free available hard drive space by deleting temporary files.
BleachBit users can clear system files and locations like the Recycle Bin, logs or recent document lists as well as temporary data from programs like Skype, Thunderbird, Mozilla, Opera or Microsoft Office. Lastly there is an option to deep scan the computer system for temporary and backup files.
The preview button can be used to run a scan on the system without actually deleting files immediately... Temporary files can be overwritten automatically to prevent file recovery.
Excerpt from article on Search Engine Watch: "Google's official position on webmaster best practices really hasn't changed much over the years. What has changed is the search engine's ability to enforce these guidelines through improved algorithms. The implementation of Panda, Penguin, and Hummingbird has had a profound impact on the SEO landscape.
In order to reach the top of the SERPs and stay there in 2013 and beyond, your website must deserve to be there. It needs to be the best in class. It must offer the best user experience in that niche. Fortunately, there are a number of free tools that can help you achieve that goal. (Here just is the list).
- Content Tools: 5. Anchor Text Over Optimization Tool 6. Convert Word Documents to Clean HTML 7. Copyscape
- Technical Tools: 8. Xenu's Link Sleuth 9. Robots.txt Generator 10. Robots.txt Checker 11. URI Valet 12. Title and Description Optimization Tool 13. Image SEO Tool 14. Schema Creator 15. Google Snippet Preview 16. Structured Data Testing Tool 17. XML Sitemap Generators 18. XML Sitemap Inspector 19. Pingdom Website Speed Tool 20. Fiddler 21. Microsoft Free SEO Toolkit..."
Millions of brands are now incorporating their traditional plans in their online marketing campaigns. The need to further reach out to their potential customers is the motivation of modern marketers to look for effective ways on how they can connect and engage with their targeted audience.
Blogging is one of these cost-efficient, proven and tested ways for a successful online marketing campaign. It offers several benefits such as user interaction (comments, shares), customer acquisition and higher rankings on SERPs given that search engines favor fresh over old content.
Part of my curious nature lies in the fact that I always enjoy an oxymoron. I can hear my friends now “Yeah, especially the ‘moron’ part, right Steve?” But it is true, anytime I read something from the world of marketing, advertising, social media and branding that is at the very least oxymoron-ish in nature, I am instantly intrigued.
Customers have changed and businesses have changed. For your small business, it is either time to create or revamp your online presence... we’ve put together the top six small business web design tips that will finally help you get calls and emails from prospective consumers:
- Be Straightforward: This is the time for your elevator pitch. In 15 words or less describe your business. - Be Available: Display your phone number and a simple contact form. Ensure it's visible at the top of every page. - Be Helpful: Online reviews are important in influencing buyer decisions. Pick the most relevant reviews and show them off. - Be Found: Include videos, a blog and other content on your website to be search-engine friendly and drive visits. - Be Local: A presence in local directories and maps ensures you're easily found. - Be Mobile: With the rise of mobile use, ensure your entire website is mobile-friendly.
Blogging is a pain point for many startups and small teams because it takes a lot of time and effort. This presentation shows how Scoop.it and lean content can help a startup get noticed, build thought leadership and engage communities without having to blog.
It is obvious that with the arrival of social networking “venues” we have all – well most of us – become fixed on reaching out to people who would have previously been inaccessible to us. Facebook wiped out MySpace and almost compelled us to create our presence over there, and LinkedIn suggested that we really should have a profile if we were to be taken seriously within the business space – and of course, they are right.
Jolie O'Dell / VentureBeat Nov. 12 - 13, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now SAN FRANCISCO — At a mobile-focused press conference today, LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner made some bold claims about his company’s quest to become a more modern, more...