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  • 2). The Spamming Trap For Online Business Beginners  By : Rami Doleh
    People who begin their online business ventures would naturally be unaware of many of the internet business rules, protocols and etiquettes. Yet, as in any law, the internet law does not forgive for ignorance. One of the most important issues that are governed by many controls over the internet is Spamming. A beginner in online business can very easily fall unintentionally into the spamming trap while conducting internet marketing activity to promote his/her business.
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  • 7). Pushing Bad Data- Google’s Latest Black Eye  By : Eric Lester
    Google stopped counting, or at least publicly displaying, the number of pages it indexed in September of 05, after a school-yard "measuring contest" with rival Yahoo. That count topped out around 8 billion pages before it was removed from the homepage. News broke recently through various SEO forums that Google had suddenly, over the past few weeks, added another few billion pages to the index.
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  • 14). Save Time, Money and Hassle - Stop Spam  By : Justin Brown
    Spam can be an absolute nightmare, and one that seems to spiral out of control in some of my email accounts. If i've been away for a few days and haven't had a chance to check my emails, I dread having to open up my email client when I get back online in anticipation of hundreds or thousands of spam emails. Although I simply delete these emails, for some, they seem legitimate messages that can often cause the recipient to become the subject of a fraudulent activity.
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  • 15). Tips on How to Avoid Spammers and Hackers  By : David McKone
    Just about everyone will be familiar with the power of the Internet and the great things it can offer. Whilst it is true that the Internet offers 24-hour access to an endless wealth of information, as well as a vast number of entertainment options, there is a dark side to the Internet as well.
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  • 16). What Is Anti-Spam Software  By : A Singh
    Before we learn about anti-spam software, we need to first know what is spam. To put it succinctly, spam is unsolicited and unwanted email. Other names for spam are Unsolicited Bulk Mail, Excessive Multi-Posting, and Unsolicited Commercial email, in addition to the more common - spam mail, bulk email or just junk mail. The advent of email brought in an era of instant communication, where information reaches our desktops, at negligible cost, and in no time at all, from across the globe.
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  • 22). How to Reduce Spam in Your Inbox and Enhance Your Email Security  By : Richard Rogers
    Spam is the internet’s equivalent of junk mail. Spam is defined as an e-mail message sent to people without their consent or permission. Addresses of recipients are often harvested from Usenet postings or web pages, obtained from databases, or simply guessed by using common names and domains. Spam is sent to promote practically any product or service ranging from “Adult” products to logo design for websites.
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  • 25). How to reduce spam  By : Tim Shaw
    SPAM is the one thing that is certain with the Internet, and there are few people who have not experienced at least one spam email. Whether annoying or time-wasting, or actually offensive and rude, follow these steps to eliminate it. Spam type number one- random attacks Many spam is just sent to random addresses, in the hope of someone receiving them.
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