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How to Disable Startup Program and Boost up Windows Speed

jki990If you are curious about your pc/laptop speed then you should have knowledge about some of the tips and tricks to maintain its health. Speed matters a lot to me and I think it matters to you also. So, today I will tell you “how to increase your widows startup speed and somehow overall speed of your system by closing some of the programs that are executed on windows startup.

When you install a new software or app in your system then some of them automatically execute on the startup of the windows. It means every time you starts windows, the software will automatically start. Due to this the windows takes more time to boot. Some of the examples of these type of software are: adobe reader, Skype etc. (more…)

What is 301 redirect and How to implement it

lop9Today I’ll tell you, what is 301 redirect and why should you implement it on your website. If we see the definition, the 301 redirect is the permanent redirect from one url to another. For example, If you want to show your content at a new url then you have to implement 301 redirect so that when someone would type the old url, he/she will be redirected to the new one.

Case of http://www.yourwebsite.com and http://yourwebsite.com

Now consider you have a website named http://www.yourwebsite.com.

Ok, now if you are not using 301 redirect then the url http://www.yourwebsite.com and http://yourwebsite.com will be considered as different by search engines and all the inbound links that point to http://www.yourwebsite.com won’t pass authority over to http://yourwebsite.com and vice versa. (more…)

Downloading YouTube playlist in high quality

YouTube has become very popular for its users as it lets users make playlist and also video library. Many entertaining and also topical information on YouTube is bundled into playlists or channels as it is really easy for YouTube users.

You might want to download YouTube playlist so you can play videos for offline watching.  Also, after downloading the entire playlist, you can move them on your smartphone or even portable media player for watching without connection to the internet. However what to do if you would like to watch it offline? Downloading each and every video might be time consuming. Downloading the entire playlist at once can help you save effort and time. Here is I show you How to download YouTube playlist in highest quality.

You can use a YouTube Downloader application by DVDVideoSoft. It must be downloaded and then installed on your pc; you can download the whole playlist at once by using this tool. This is not time consuming as you don’t need to download each video one by one.

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You just need to enter the playlist into the URL field after which click “download” button. You will see all videos under selected playlist displayed in list on the main interface. In order to download all videos, click “select all”. You can even choose to download only certain videos from the playlist by ticking them. Then, you surely will be provided the option to choose the format. You may also specify the format.

Most of us spend many hours enjoying YouTube videos, especially for the channels that we subscribe. Most of times we always complaint about the weak internet access of streaming YouTube online. Rather than watching videos online, you can download whole YouTube playlist for offline playback by using this tool.

After raising $22M in a pre-sale, BitClave is ramping up for its Nov 29 crowdsale, and plans to redefine the search experience

BitClave, a blockchain startup developing a decentralized search ecosystem, has completed a very successful private and public pre-sale token event raising almost $22 million. BitClave is also excited to announce the start date for the highly anticipated crowdsale of their Consumer Activity Token (CAT) is November 29th, 2017. BitClave is expecting to reach $25.5 million during the crowdsale.

BitClave, a software company led by former LG Electronics CSO Alex Bessonov, is using blockchain to eliminate ad service middlemen and create a direct connection between businesses and customers. BitClave is building a decentralized search engine that helps its users truly find what they are looking for and get compensated every time they search privately for products and services from their favorite brands, making third-party advertising networks unnecessary and annoying ads a thing of the past.

The BitClave Active Search Ecosystem (BASE) is a unique platform where users can perform a search and then opt-in to relevant advertisements, earning CATs for each ad with which users engage. Customers have control over their own data and can choose whether to reveal their identity and personal information to retailers. Customers can decide who has access to their data and are “paid” each time businesses “use” their data to make them offers. Businesses have a direct connection with customers and can offer a uniquely targeted promotion. For example, if a user searches for a new car, that user will be presented with car offers from businesses where the user’s preferences and the business’s target audience match. Users can then engage with each offer, earning CAT tokens for their time and the data they have decided to share with each business.

“We are extremely grateful for the support of our community and to everyone who participated in the presale. Our goal as a team remains: to conduct a successful crowdsale event for our community and to deliver on a project vision with the potential to redefine how online search works by prioritizing user privacy and control,” said BitClave’s founder and CEO Alex Bessonov.

BitClave recently announced the invaluable partnerships with Bancor, Qtum, Storj and Carnegie Mellon University.

To learn more about BitClave and how to participate in the crowdsale, please visit the website www.bitclave.com or reach out at info@bitclave.com.

Steven Wyer Describes The Fake Review that Cost $34,000

It’s well accepted that posting false reviews is a bad idea. But what happens when an unscrupulous reviewer gets caught? Here, Steven Wyer shares the story of a Boston jewelry store where one of its employees tried to scare customers away from the competition.

Q: Why do customers post fake reviews?

Steven Wyer: Fake, or false, reviews are often posted by businesses hoping to boost their search rankings. They are usually positive and make the business look better to the search engines as well as customers.

Q: What about fake negative reviews?

Steven Wyer: These are often the result of a competing business or a scorned ex-employee. Sometimes, they are more personal.

Q: Can you give us an example of a business trying to sabotage another using reviews?

Steven Wyer: Back in 2013, there was a very high profile case of a review posted by Adam Jacobs. His father owns Boston-based Toodie’s Fine Jeweler. Jacobs posted a lengthy review against another local jewelry store, Stephen Leigh Jewelers, ostensibly in an effort to scare potential customers straight into his father’s shop.

Q: Is that legal?

Steven Wyer: No, not at all. Posting reviews with no merit against competing business is fraudulent and libelous.

Q: How did Jacobs get caught?

Steven Wyer: When the owner of Stephen Leigh Jewelers started tracing reviews from that user’s account, he managed to link it back to Jacobs, who works at his father’s store.

Q: Did the two know each other?

Steven Wyer: Stephen Blumberg, founder of Stephen Leigh Jewelers, stated in his lawsuit that he had never met Jacobs and that he was unaware of any bad blood between the two local jewelry shops.

Q: What information did the fake review convey?

Steven Wyer: In the writeup, Jacobs stated that Stephen Leigh Jewelers was “the biggest thief on the South Shore” and cautioned shoppers to go elsewhere.

Q: Was Toodie’s charged with anything?

Steven Wyer: No, the jury vindicated the store, which had originally been named in a 2013 complaint. It appears as though Jacobs acted alone.

Q: What was Jacobs’s punishment?

Steven Wyer: He has been ordered to pay Bloomberg a sum of $34,500 for emotional distress. The review was live online for several months, costing the business an unknown sum of money and greatly upsetting the small business owner.

Q: Are fake reviews a widespread problem across the different review sites?

Steven Wyer: Historically, yes. Thankfully, Yelp, Tripadvisor, the Better Business Bureau and other sites are taking steps to rectify the issue of fake reviews.

Q: Why is it so important to ensure that reviews are legitimate?

Steven Wyer: There are many reasons but it largely falls back to consumer trust and legal issues surrounding blatant lies that can damage a company’s reputation.