Author Archives: George Scott

How to Browse Privately on Safari

Incognito browsing (or private browsing) is a browsing session in which the browsing history, cookies, and other temporary files acquired during the session are deleted after the session is ended. Here are some ways in which you can manage your web history on Safari.

How to Browse Privately on Internet Explorer

Here are some ways in which you can manage your web history on Internet Explorer (8 and newer). NOTE: Any websites that are bookmarked or added to favorites along with any downloads made during an incognito browsing session WILL be saved to your computer.

How to Browse Privately on Firefox

Incognito browsing is a browsing session in which the browsing history, cookies, and other temporary files acquired during the session are deleted after the session is ended. Here are some ways in which you can manage your web history on Mozilla Firefox. Deleting Your Browsing History Click on the Tools tab (shown in red) and select “Clear […]

How to Browse Incognito on Google Chrome

Incognito browsing is a browsing session in which the browsing history, cookies, and other temporary files acquired during the session are deleted after the session is ended. Here are some ways in which you can manage your web history on Google Chrome.

How to Browse Incognito on Opera

Incognito browsing is a browsing session in which the browsing history, cookies, and other temporary files acquired during the session are deleted after the session is ended. Here are some ways in which you can manage your web history on Opera.

Chart: Top 5 most effective digital marketing tools

Top 5 Most Effective Digital Marketing Tools

Two respected organizations, Vocus and Inc., recently teamed up to produce a report titled “The State of Digital Marketing for SMBs”. For their study, the group surveyed 408 digital marketing decision makers. A key question that was addressed was the effectiveness of digital marketing tools. The results from the survey showed the top 5 to […]

Infographic: Color affects purchase decisions

How Color Affects Purchase Decisions

There are many factors that go into having a great website design, but color might just be the most significant as well as the easiest to get wrong. If you walked into a room that was painted all red, for example, after a while you would start to feel uncomfortable. By the same token, if a customer visits your website, they subconciously are either drawn to it or repelled by the color scheme (and other things of course).

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Google Attacks SEO Abuses With Penguin 2.0 Release

Today Google began rolling out its latest assault on web spammers and rogue SEO abuses. The algorithm update referred to as Penguin 2.0 is expected to have a visible affect on approximately 2.3% of English queries in the U.S.

Files stored in the cloud

3 Simple Ways To Get Started With Cloud Storage

To some extent, we all use cloud services. Do you know anyone who doesn’t have a Gmail, Yahoo, or Hotmail account? Those folks are a rare breed of holdouts. But ask a Gmail user if they use cloud storage and they might tell you that they don’t.

Tech Services That Protect Your Data from the Government

A recent article published on Gizmodo highlights the efforts of technology companies in protecting your data. The article evaluates a bunch of tech companies across six different criteria: Require a warrant for content of communications. Tell users about government data requests Publish transparency reports Publish law enforcement guidelines Fight for users’ privacy rights in courts […]