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Blog DIY – How to Use GooseGrade to Fix Your Blog Post Grammer and Spelling!

GooseGrade one of those friendly companies I talk to at the Web 2.0 Expo this year.  It’s a social networking site where people can submit their grammatical/spelling errors to be corrected by members of GooseGrade, who also earn status based on their previous corrections.

(You can read about exactly what the site is about by reading previous reviews from TechCrunch and

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Blog DIY – How to Blog While You are Standing!

Here’s Brian Lam, senior editor of Gizmodo, blogging while standing.  Well, that MUST be he’s secret, blogging somehow whereever he goes.  Anyways, this device is called a Connect-A-Desk, you can stay on top of things by being able to u

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Saturday Internet Marketing 101!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJrA2jGuA3U

(Video of Why Blogs are so Powerful)

Well, I’ve written bunch of helpful internet marketing 101 materials for those of you interested in making money with blogs over at our Ad Optimization blog, feel free to check them out as they can “make” you or “break” you:

Why Blogs are so Powerful

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Zedomax Network LLC Baby!

December 4th, 2008 marks the start of new Zedomax Network LLC.  I wanted to hold off until I was sure I had a foot in the door.  (btw, August 14th, 2006 was the very first day Zedomax was re-born as a blog)

Although I have made corporations various times at various different start-up companies I’ve worked for, this time around it feels even more exciting because I am making my own company, a dream that I had since 9 years old.

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Digital Photo Frame Hack – How to Pick the Right File Format!

Although this might come as common sense, some people might not realize that big file formats are actually bad for displaying on your digital photo frames.

Andrew, one of our blog search engin network bloggers, has a detailed explanation of which file formats are best for your digital photo frame:

If you do use an SLR, make sure to check out the file size of the photos, as SLRs often shoot rather large multiple-MB files that will take up most of you digital memory card if you don’t resize t

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YouTube Hack – How to Link Directly to High Quality YouTube Videos!

Here’s a cool little hack for bloggers and alike, how to link directly to high quality YouTube Videos.

Simply add &fmt=18 to the end of your video link, here’s an example:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SK53mzT0sIM&fmt=18 Here’s some more stuff for embedding:

Embedding high quality YouTube videos: The &fmt=18 trick doesn’t work here, but a similar trick does. For each of the URLs in the embeddable code that you get from YouTube, add &ap=%2526fmt%3

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Blog DIY – How to Bring More Web Traffic on your Blog!

Here’s a video explaining my latest Web2.0+ work on blogs and search engine style themes.

It might be helpful for any bloggers out there so let me know what you think by leaving a comment.

Well, I have been working kinda hard lately, not getting enough sleep so my video might be hard to understand but I am showing you how you can boost 20-30% more “search” web traffic on your blog.

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Photography DIY – How to Compose and Crop Photos!

Are you an avid photographer that lacks professional photographer skills?  Well, one of our bloggers Andrew Nealon at our GiiNii blog has create a simple “How to Compose and Crop Photos” blog post so you can learn the basics of digital photography.

When composing a photo, the photographer has two opportunities: the first while taking a picture and the second, while using a computer to touch up the photos.

When you line up a shot, try to use the most basic photography technique out there, the rule of thirds. A basic rule of thumb

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Zedomax.com Updated with a New Dual Quad-Core Xeon Harpertown Server from Cari.Net!

Things have been a little crazy as I have been running around town helping small business owners get ahead using my guerilla blog marketing techniques.  (I also wrote an E-book for intermediate bloggers over at my Adsense Optimization blog.)

Anyways, I spent couple hours today upgrading my server from a Dual-Core Woodcrest Xeon processor to a Dual Quad-Core Harpertown Xeon processor.  Of course, I use a

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Google Chrome EULA in question?

Google Chrome EULA in question?

Google Chrome EULA has been confusing some of the bloggers recently, check out what the fuss is about at Zedomax.Net.

In a recent post over at Gizmodo about the Google Chrome’s End User License Agreement (EULA), Google supposedly owns everything that you “do” on the Google Chrome.

Of course, we think that the EULA was just worded vaguely but probably didn’t mean to mean that Google is going to own everything you do on the Google Chrome browser.

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