Why A VPS May Not Be Right For You

The common suggestion these days when a user outgrows their shared hosting account is to get a VPS. While a VPS is a great way to do certain things (we use VPSes quite a bit for internal purposes), it’s not for everyone, much less everyone who just happens to be using too much in resources […]

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CloudFlare Partnership Launch

How CloudFlare increases speed and security of your site This is a guest post written and contributed by CloudFlare.  CloudFlare makes it easy for any site to be as fast and secure as the Internet giants. CloudFlare, a web performance and security company, is excited to announce our partnership with Squidix! If you haven’t heard […]

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SquidGallery PHP Image Gallery Script Released!

We’ve released our simple and lightweight image gallery script, SquidGallery. This script requires no database, just upload to a PHP compatible server, drop your images into a folder, and you are up and running! Features Twitter Bootstrap Compatible Extremely Lightweight Multiple Category/Album Support Easy Administration JavaScript Category Filtering and Popups You can see more details […]

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The Only Time Steak Sucks

Straight from the grill, a great big juicy sirloin steak never fails to fill me with dirty desires. The wisp gets me from a mile away, and almost lovingly beckons me towards the dining hall. And like a highly focused zombie, I make my way, greedily inhaling the heavenly fragrance. When I actually get to […]

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The Art of Blog Empirization – Part 6

The previous part covered 2 critical aspects of moving your blog up the ladder – from mere mediocrity to outrageously scintillating. This article will go show you what you need to do as you approach the launch date. That’s right, 3 tightly kept secrets that any good blogging businessman uses to get outstanding results. Brought […]

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The Art of Blog Empirization – Part 5

As I was lying in bed, planning this series, I pondered over something. You can have the catchiest name in the world. You can have a highly optimized layout. You can even have a dozen different, not to mention fantastic profit streams integrated with your blog. I thought about this while letting out one of […]

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The Art of Blog Empirization – Part 4

We covered the niche selection process in part 3. You learnt a simple yet effective way to pick out a niche to get started with. But after pondering it over some steak (I told you, I love that stuff), I decided to divulge another big secret that you’d probably have to pay someone else to […]

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The Art of Blog Empirization – Part 3

I’m awake and I’m rearing to go! I’m going to write a killer post and you’re going to forgive me for leaving you hanging… You just wait and watch. Oh, and no more boring layout stuff. I promise. We’ve finally gotten the bare essentials out of the way. The skeletons up, and now it’s time […]

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The Art of Blog Empirization – Part 2

Alright, Top Gear’s over and I’m back. Had some glorious steak too and I’m really full. So before I fall into a deep slumber that would make Sleeping Beauty’s marathon look like a mere nap, let’s get down to business. We’ve covered 3 of the bare essentials. And I promised we’ll start covering some of […]

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The Art of Blog Empirization – Part 1

Blogging. How hard can it be? Well yes, it’s insanely easy if you’re intending it to be a medium of emotion outpour. Anyone can do that. A million teenage girls who think all life ends when their 2-week-boyfriend dumps are responsible for most blogs filled with daily updates of their never ending sorrow. So yes, […]

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