Your Questions About Anonymous

Susan asks…

What should I do? An anonymous letter was sent to my organization maliciously destroying my integrity?

Recently, my organization head received an anonymous letter saying I did extortion and accepted bribe money for the past two years? The writer is unknown, no address, and it mentions no specific victim of extortion. It contains no lead to a fact of the complain. Honestly, I did not do any such unethical acts!. My supervisor and boss said they will review the over a thousand cases of my work for the past two years, and I am not afraid. What will I do? Who could have done this to me?

barry0912 answers:

You may never know who sent the letter. While its normal to wonder, it can also drive you crazy.

The most important thing in this situation is to remain calm, keep your cool, smile, cooperate and go about your work. Do not allow the inquiry to interfere with your continuing to do a good job.

Second, your organization should contain any possible damage to your reputation. If they feel the need to look into the letter, then fine. Not knowing all the facts, its hard to say if they are acting correctly in even responding this way. They should, however, act in a manner that respects your reputation. The inquiry should be limited to what’s necessary to produce results, and the people involved should be limited only to those that can offer necessary and relevant information and / or have an absolute need to know in order to complete the inquiry. That’s normally legal, HR, your supervisor(s) and other employees that have direct and personal knowledge of important facts. They should do what’s necessary to finish the inquiry as soon as reasonably possible so everyone can put the incident behind the organization.

The specific rules on these matters differ by country and state. Also, the allegations can be criminal, which is fairly serious. I would consider consulting with an employment lawyer in your area. I would avoid involving counsel in the discussions with your employer, and I might even hesitate to make public the fact you are consulting with counsel. That tends to put the discussion on an adversarial footing, some people will react negatively (assume you have something to hide), and it may appear as if your concerned and not cooperating. Having said that, getting some advice in the background is always a good thing … And you can work with your counsel on when, or if, its ever reasonable to involve him / her in the matter.

Good Luck.

Chris asks…

How do I become truly anonymous on the internet?

I already use tor what else can I do because I heard of the government getting passed tor’s security. Is there a computer I can by that is without IP or something. I currently have a mac book are there settings I should turn off or on. How do I become truly anonymous on the internet?

barry0912 answers:

If you don’t have an IP address then it is physically impossible for you to be on the internet. End of story.

The best option would be to use Tor AND pay for a professional VPN that DOES NOT keep any IP records period (some do even though they say they protect identity). Additionally use a browser which randomizes the user agent per every webpage, does not keep cookies, and does not support java.

True anonymity is impossible without getting into a main internet line without the use of an ISP.

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Your Questions About Title Loans

Helen asks…

how long does it take to transfer mortgage title and or loans from one party to the other?

my husband and I have in our names a residential and an investment property, my husband wants to transfer his interest in my name only. Is it possible to transfer the title of mortgages only but have loans in joint names.

barry0912 answers:

Depends upon how long the title insurance company needs to complete its work. Maybe two weeks at most.

Mandy asks…

Is Rusty Wallace now doing commercials for Car Title Loans?

barry0912 answers:

Yeah, he sucks, doesn’t he?

I guess that US Fidelis company that “sold” garbage scam warranties bit the dust…

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing Strategies

Steven asks…

What kind of marketing strategy that apple follow to market their iPod and iPhone???

This question is always in my head and I need an answer. I really consider them the smartest company ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

barry0912 answers:

The marketing strategy behind the ipod and iphone is ease of use, you can simply see and touch, and the all in one features, you don’t need anything else.. Your phone, pager, music, videos, are all in one. And you can access the Internet from it also. They have lots of memory so you won’t run out.. Most mp3’s etc have limited memory, they also target the young adults
although the 2nd answer has good points there are a few things that go against normal marketing methods, yes it’s people that sell things, but if the product is bad, no person can sell it. Products do sell themselves if they are marketed right. Ipod does not use a person to sell but the product instead. And being the first to market something is often the key to the products success. Being 1st and unique is easier than being 2nd and trying to compete with the first product. And people don’t buy products simply because they are surprised, they buy for different reasons, need, desire, price, are all considerations. The 2nd answerer lists selling techniques for salespeople not marketing methods for manufacturers

Chris asks…

define marketing?

barry0912 answers:

If your definition of “marketing” embraces Internet “marketing,” then read the following strategy.

You may want to consider some simple algorithms which, when observed and committed in designing of a website with placement of various critical metatags that can surely achieve a high search engine presence and increase Internet traffic to your website. These metatag strategies work well with published webpages at Google and Yahoo.

Design: Should you create an extensive Flash-based website, make sure to fill-in the property entries such as the Title, Description and Keywords. Failing to do so, leaves no hard HTML or ALT resource that can be readily indexed by search robots.

A non-Flash-based website which relies on hard text, is far easier to be indexed by search robots. Limit the use of stylized text saved as .gifs since as a graphic, they are not indexable by search robots.

Avoid use of frames since any number of search robots are unable to properly classify textual material.

Placement of Metatags:

A ranking or search order does take place with Google and Yahoo and it begins with the “Title” metag which should consist of no more than 65 characters separated by commas. The “Title” should describe in generic terms, the goods and services, followed by a location from which the resource is located, i.e., city, state. The placement of a domain name which is not generic within the “Title” is not appropriate, unless your domain name is a major recognizable brand name.

The second metatag is the “Description” which is usually 25-30 words to form a complete sentence which best describes one’s goods and services.

And the very last category – “Keywords” are also somewhat limited to 15-16 words which can be plural and compound in nature. Again, avoid multiple entries which could be mistaken as “spamdexed entries” which is defined as the loading, and submission of repetitive words into a particular metatag category. “Spamdexing” when discovered on a webpage and reported to Google’s spamreport.com can result in the elimination of your website from their search directory.

Here’s an example of a very highly-placed website on Yahoo.com: Begin with the search query “pizza downtown los angeles.” It will bring up some 1.4 million+ websites as results. Check out where “Pizza Next Door” is ranked. It’s in the Top Five! Again, Pizza Next Door’s high web presence was achieved by proper web design and placement of relevant metatags according to Yahoo’s publication guidelines.

Good luck!

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Your Questions About Title Insurance

Steven asks…

How do you change a property deed and how does it effect title insurance?

Hi,

I purchased a piece of land last year in my name. Now my husband and I are going to get a loan to build a house on this land. If the loan is joint does his name need to be on the deed? And if so, how does it effect title insurance and how do I go about making this adjustments in a timely fashion?

barry0912 answers:

The simplest approach to this, is to re-deed the property as part of the closing process. I am not sure which state you live in, so title insurance may be optional in your State, but I will assume that you are going to re-insure.

If you wish to purchase title insurance, your title agent will perform a title search. Tell him/her immediately, if you plan to add your husband to the deed, or if you intend to retain sole ownership. In most states, you can do either. Your lender may have specific requirements, and you must let the lender decide what he/she wants to happen. If this is your husband’s homestead (if this is his primary residence) it is likely that your lender will demand that your husband take title jointly with you. You can do this even if your lender does not require this.

At closing, your title agent or closer will have you execute what is called a quit claim. What this means is that you quit claim to your property as an individual, and sign the property over to yourself, and to your husband as having joint ownership. The likely wording on the new deed will be Mrs. X and Mr. X as having joint ownership. This will mean that your husband now has joint ownership of the property, and all legal rights which are attached to it. That means that the property cannot be sold or refinanced without his consent. The title agent will then record the quit claim deed, immediately followed by the new mortgage and any other recordable documents. From then on, you and your husband will own the property jointly, and will be equally responsible for the Mortgage.

Now, to the question of title insurance. This action will have zero affect on title insurance. You will be issued a new policy which covers the time between the issue date of the original title policy and the recording date of the new policy. Your name will appear on the new title policy exactly how it is shown on the deed and mortgage. You will have to pay for a new title policy, as your previous policy will not cover anything that has happened after your purchase or previous refinance.

Daniel asks…

Which company deals with indemnity title insurance for remortgaging?

I want to remortgage my property and have been given an offer by a lender, however I can’t complete without indemnity title insurance.
Norwich Union no longer does title insurance due to the credit crunch, is there anyone else who can help me?

barry0912 answers:

Call a couple of escrow companies. They should know who does title insurance.

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing Company

Susan asks…

New Internet Company?

I just started a new company that is going to be internet based. It’s an LLC and I plan on including many websites within the one business. My first website is almost complete. My question to you is: What is the best book out there that teaches you how to make money online with your business/site? I’ve read Scott Fox’s Internet Riches which touches on a lot of things but I’m looking for a book with greater detail on how to get paid from advertising, affiliate marketing, SEO, dropshipping strategies, etc. Do you know of any up-to-date book like this? Any help is much appreciated.

barry0912 answers:

There are lots of e-books, videos available on Internet and you can also search in wikipedia for any query or read articles.

Regards,
Pitstop Media
http://www.pitstopmedia.com

Paul asks…

seo Internet marketing?

do you know a real good seo company.

I know that tradimax are great http://www.tradimax.com

do you know others?

barry0912 answers:

What niche are you in?

If it’s highly competitive, you will need a SEO Company that specializes in delivering top results by using a variety of techniques to gain your web site “Aunthoirty”.

Google is only recognizing web sites that have “Auhtority”.

To achieve this “Authority” you will need to develop tons of good content, continue to change it on a regualr basis.

Create hundreds of one-way in-bound links pointing to your web site. Be sure to get “Authority” sites to link to you, qulaity does matter, but quantity can be best if you have enough links pointing to you.

Use Web 2.0 to make your web site more visible. Google loves Web 2.0 and haa given “Authority” to these types of web sites, such as video, social networking web sites (You Tube, My Space, Facebook, etc), blogging and social bookmarking web sites ( del.icio.us, Furl, Stumbleupon, Digg, etc). Google loves new cutting edge technology and they love video and social networking web sites. Google gives these web sites tremendous “Authority”. If there are links from your content to your web site from these “Auhtority” web sites, they will help you rise in the search eninge rankings.

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing Degree

David asks…

Marketing/Graphic Design?

I’m about to start my freshman year in college and am enrolled for a marketing major. However the type of work I would like to do is actually creating the ads and product designs etc, as I am a very visual and hands on type of person and only like to complete work that I can see the fruit of my labors (such as landscaping). So graphic design seems like a must. Would it be a major in graphic design with a minor in marketing or a major in marketing with a minor in graphic design? Any other info/suggestions you might have about this line of work would be wonderful. Thanks

barry0912 answers:

I would go for a “major in marketing with a minor in graphic design”.

Graphic Design jobs are limited compared to marketing jobs. Keep your options open to a wider market is the best way to go.

I have a Degree in Computer Science but now am Involved in Internet Marketing almost all my time. Graphic design is virtually 1-5% of my time compared to 70-90% of my time involved in marketing.

Cheers!

Mark asks…

Internet Marketing or Media Communications?

I dont know which degree to go for. I want to work in advertising, marketing, and PR when it comes to music, movies, tv, lifestyle, and travel. I want to do it all from my laptop so I can live anywhere and travel whenever I want to without missin out on hours on work and grabbing new clients. I’d also love to do events. I want to mass media marketing all online and some tradional marketing and advertising. Please help! Thanks

barry0912 answers:

I would go with Internet Marketing. Now a days the Internet is taking over the way we do business. There is a lot of opportunity with Internet Marketing and is going to growing into the future. Get a feel of both, by visiting some agencies websites. Www.singlethrow.com

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