Author Websites 101: Building the Website
Authors and writers are creative and adventurous by nature. When it comes to building a website, however, it’s usually a love it or hate it experience. While there are numerous free programs and tools available for the inexperienced, they aren’t always as easy as they seem. Here are a few tips that will help you get through the process on your own or with a pro.VPN Networks and Speed
One of the aspects of the Internet that has been consistently improving since it became a popular consumer product is speed. Over the years, home connections have reached speeds that rival the connections found in offices 10 years ago. Home users can now browse the Internet and download files in minutes when downloading those files may have taken hours not too long ago.VPN Services for Home Users
If you’ve heard of VPN services before, there’s a good chance that you heard of them being used by businesses. They also have a great deal of potential for home users. The service that home users generally appreciate that they get with a VPN is the anonymizing service.Author Websites 101: Domain Names and Hosting
Every author needs a website for marketing purposes. Most authors I know don’t have a lot of experience with building a website. If you don’t have a website but are considering one, this article series is a good place to start. This article is devoted to explaining domain name selection and the web hosting process.How to Find Out Whether Someone Has Logged on to Your Facebook Account
Social media websites have become an integral part of our life to such an extent that we often put a lot of personal information and data in form of texts, images, photos and videos on such sites. Our privacy is compromised and made public when an intruder hacks the account’s ID and password to gain easy access to the exclusive information that you would never want to share with a stranger. Cyber criminals have designed this scam to take away your data or use your account wrongly.