How-To Check Your Blogger Blog's EU "Cookie" Notice (Pictorial Guide)
Just when you thought your Blogger blog was running smoothly, you get notification that makes you wonder. And it's fabulous that Google adds this notification for you "as a courtesy." But then, you read that you (yes, you) are responsible to see if it all works.
Amazon's Child Directed Policy: How-To Complete Your Declaration (Pictorial Guide)
If you are an Amazon associate, you have until August 31st, 2015 to declare that none of your sites are directed at children (under 13 years of age). Failure to complete this simple step means Amazon will withhold advertising fee payments.
After I found out about CBS's new reality show, The Briefcase, I knew I had to try and pitch a better idea to Mr. Les Moonves. My gut reaction is this new reality show will flop. There is nothing gratifying about watching struggling families try to rationalize who deserves to be financially helped more.
Whether you are work online or not, almost everyone spends time searching Google. For many, it's become a primary news source and an interactive social environment where everyone has a voice. It's for this reason, I'd like to see more writers using their Google Plus accounts.
It seems that every online business has dealt with spam. It's easy to recognize and ignore now. But there's a new breed of troublemaker online that is far more toxic - trolls and paid shills. No, they don't resort to profanity, but they create the illusion that an article or author is somehow less credible.
Dear Google and PayPal: HubPages Is Undermining You
HubPages requires your updated tax information (including your SSN) before you receive payment. The first email former Squidoo writers received from HubPages perfectly fits the description of a phishing email. I followed Google protocol and reported it.
Here we are at the end of 2014 and I'm wondering how I will make ends meet at the end of February. I have no idea how long it will take to hear back from the IC3 or Level 3 Communications, the ISP for HubPages.
By 2 Credit: LL Barkat on flickr / Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Recently, a friend of mine remarked, "No good deed goes unpunished" (a popular quip of Clare Boothe Luce (1903 - 1987) after witnessing a coworker describe the questionable behavior of another employee.
Your Best Asset | Diversity, Equality, & Uniqueness
Successful leaders in today's workplace recognize that a diverse group of individuals, comprising of both men and women, is now the ideal. Workplace bullying is still a problem in many organizations and it's important to recognize it, the underlying reasons for it, and deal with it early on.
After wondering for months why my Pinterest traffic nosedived, I discovered that someone created a Pinterest account using my old Squidoo pen name. Not only is my work still being posted on HubPages without my permission, it appears that this new Pinterest account is sucking traffic away from my real Pinterest account.