Free up Disk Space in Windows – 3 Easy & Effective Tools

March 15, 2014

Getting the most out of your disk space means not being too concerned about using it when necessary – maybe a few extra games or a music collection would make a laptop much more useful when travelling. However, it’s no fun attempting to copy some files over only to find […]

How to get Cheap Stock Photos using Google Image Search

March 11, 2014

Searching for the perfect pic for your new website or blog? Maybe you’ve got something in mind but the cost of photos on stock sites is adding up? We’ve got some clever tips on how to save money on high-quality images from stock photo sites. But first… Microstock sites – […]

Big List of all StumbleUpon Categories and Interests (2014)

March 9, 2014

StumbleUpon’s Paid Discovery is a great way to get some exposure for your website or blog. However, it can be difficult to find a full list of categories and interests to target. Here we present an updated, unofficial, searchable text list of all StumbleUpon categories and interests. When you’re creating […]

How to Mine Dogecoin – a Beginner’s Guide

March 3, 2014

It’s a currency based on an Internet dog meme. Obviously it’s the greatest thing ever, so how do you go about mining some of your own Dogecoins? For those unfamiliar with similar currencies like Bitcoin or Litecoin, there can be a dizzying amount of concepts and terminology to take in. […]

Fix Low Memory warnings in Windows Vista, XP and Windows 7

February 28, 2014

It can be one of the most annoying problems with Windows – you’re happily browsing the web or working on a document and suddenly up pops the “low-memory warning”. Find out what causes this problem and how to fix it. Low memory warnings happen when Windows has run out of […]

How to fix Disappearing Volume Control, Battery and Network Icons in Windows

February 26, 2014

Even with all the service packs and automatic updates thrown at it, there are some quirks of Windows 7 and Vista that just don’t seem to go away. One of the most frustrating of these is the seemingly random disappearance of important icons from the taskbar. The Battery life icon, […]

Facebook’s Hidden Ad Page

February 26, 2014

Thinking of advertising your business on Facebook? Or perhaps you’ve seen an interesting ad that you can’t find again? You might find the Facebook “Ad Board” page helpful. This is a single page that lists recently viewed ads and Sponsored Stories that normally appear in the right side menu on your […]

The January Decrease in Adsense Earnings

February 26, 2014

Using Google’s Adsense on your site and worried about a sudden drop in earnings after the New Year? Don’t worry – the decrease in profits is probably just temporary – here’s why: Towards the end of each year, many advertisers are focused on the pre-Christmas market in the US and […]