E-commerce is a cut throat business. You have to arm yourself with the proper know-how and the tools to make your site a cut above the rest. Each day, more and more sites are clambering to optimize their rankings in websites and if you lose your guard, you may just get trampled on and be left in the abyss filled with so many failed e-commerce sites. Continue reading “Search Engine Optimization And Why You Gotta Use It”
Every online business provides great service to generate satisfaction among their customers. As each and every customer receives satisfaction over their products or the services they get, there is a great chance that they will become a return customer and buy again. Better yet, they will recommend you to other people that could generate more business for you and your site. Continue reading “How To Build A List Of Eager Subscribers”
If webmasters want to monetize their websites, the great way to do it is through Adsense. There are lots of webmasters struggling hard to earn some good money a day through their sites. But then some of the ôgeniusesö of them are enjoying hundreds of dollars a day from Adsense ads on their websites. What makes these webmasters different from the other kind is that they are different and they think out of the box. Continue reading “5 Ways To Improve Your Adsense Earnings”
To know why Adsense is essential for your content sites is to know first how this works.
The concept is really simple, if you think about it. The publisher or the webmaster inserts a java script into a certain website. Each time the page is accessed, the java script will pull advertisements from the Adsense program. The ads that are targeted should therefore be related to the content that is contained on the web page serving the ad. If a visitor clicks on an advertisement, the webmaster serving the ad earns a portion of the money that the advertiser is paying the search engine for the click. Continue reading “3 Reasons Why Adsense Is Essential For Content Sites”
This article describes a method to automatically copy data from an object to another object with similar structures. This is similar to a
deep_copy(source, destination) but with the possibility of returning a type that is different from the source.
I needed a way to apply/convert values from one object to another so I created a method to automatically drill down the source object graph and copy the properties from one object to another. There are many ways to do this, but I designed a method that is generic enough and also leaves place for customization/fine tuning/hacking. Continue reading “Method to Copy Data Between Objects of Different Types”
You have probably seen the error below while scanning your Event Viewer in Windows Azure VMs:
An account failed to log on. Continue reading “How to fix 4625: An account failed to log on on Windows Azure VMs”
If you have had a play with the awesome Code generation tool that you can build yourself:
Walkthrough: Generating Code by using Text Templates
Then you might have had a small issue with the above error:
A template containing a class feature must end with a class feature
The error is caused by an invisible space after the last #>
It is also important to bear in mind, that invisible spaces may cause other hard-to-understand compile-errors.
If you want to see a bigger picture, just look at following links:
Now that you are aware how harmfull invisible spaces can be when dealing with Text Templates, my advice is: Make them visible. If you don’t know how to do it, see Jeef Widmer’s blog