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WordPress, Drupal and Joomla: Which One Is the Best?

There are plenty of content management systems out there, but when it comes to usability and popularity, three content management systems rank high above all others. Those three content management systems are WordPress, Joomla and Drupal. If you ask developers “which CMS is best?” you will find most people are supporting these three.

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Content Moderation Options for Businesses

Nowadays, many businesses have an online presence on blogs, forums and social media networks. Such platforms can be very useful tools for connecting with consumers and receiving feedback. People share their questions and suggestions about your business or brand by sending tweets, posting on your Facebook wall, leaving blog comments or posting on your forums. Responding to this feedback in a timely manner encourages more interactions and builds a strong following for your brand.

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Tips to Help You Repair a Damaged Online Reputation

With almost the entire globe heavily dependent on the Internet for meeting various requirements, one wrong move can lead your career spiralling down in the wrong direction. Usually, the availability of various resources like social media, forums and the likes enable people to be more vocal about their likes and dislikes.

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Making More of a 404 Page: How is it Possible?

Finding out that you’ve typed in the wrong address can be just a little bit frustrating. You might have been certain that the URL was correct, but regardless of the cause, you’re likely to see a page with the headline ‘Error 404’ on it. These messages are pretty useful, though can look a little drab at the best of times; but can they be changed? It might seem a little weird, but in a way, Error 404 pages can act as a kind of blank canvas for web design teams to showcase their flair.

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Thinking of Guest Posting? Not if You Do These 5 Things

Yesterday I wrote a post where I laid out a new direction for Technically Easy. Actually, the direction I will be taking this blog is back to the original way I had intended this blog to go from the beginning. In that post I talked about how I will be evaluating guest posts more critically, and won’t be publishing such posts as often. I also talked about publishing posts less, but publishing better quality posts.

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Successful Techniques for Blocking Web Scrapers

It doesn’t matter if you’re a large company or a small one, there are people out in the business world who want to take what you have worked long and hard to obtain. You want to protect all of the data that you have accumulated over the years. But what you learn from your information management team is that some software has been used to come onto your website and copy nearly every piece of data you have — you’ve been web scraped.

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How to Negotiate Domain Name Prices

Negotiating domain name prices is somewhat similar to how consumers would negotiate with vendors in a street market. Both parties are out to get the best deals they can get. The buyer will want to negotiate the cheapest possible price, while the seller is gunning to convince the former to agree on the highest price he/she can afford. It’s a battle of the wills, and certainly a showdown of charm and clout.

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Tools to Help Build an Amazing Website

If you are planning on creating a website you may want to look into the tools that can help make your online idea a reality. There are many different tools – some user-friendly, others are more advanced – that you can use. Below are some of the more popular tools that are used by millions of webmasters today.

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