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Sharon asks…

Google Chrome, Opera, Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox?

Which is safer? Which is more secure? Which is the popular browser? Which one is shown on the news sometimes when something happens to the internet worldwide?

barry0912 answers:

Internet Explorer is the least safest/secure
http://www.webdevout.net/browser-security#graphs

Internet Explorer is the most popular (the irony)
http://marketshare.hitslink.com/browser-market-share.aspx?qprid=1

Being that IE is the most popular, it is usually in the news the most, however I do notice FF in the news quite a bit as well.
(personal experience)

Michael asks…

wii internet accessories?

where do i buy wii internet accessories in INDIA,like nintenodo wifi usb connector etc……any good shopping website in INDIA thats has it … then please let me know……

barry0912 answers:

Wii Internet

Online gaming is a market that no video game company wants to miss, and Nintendo is no exception. With that in mind, Nintendo not only designed the Wii to let players compete against each other online, but it also added an entirely different aspect of the Internet to its newest system-browsing. Once the Wii has been hooked up to the Internet, either wirelessly or with an Ethernet cable, you can purchase Wii Internet for $5. The full version of the Internet Channel, which is a version of the Opera 9 Web browser, was launched in April of 2007 and it allows Wii owners to surf the Web in a unique fashion. The font is much larger than it is on a computer, so it is a lot easier to see from the comfort of your couch. You can also zoom in and out and scroll up, down and sideways using the Wii remote.
The Wii Internet Channel takes only a few seconds to launch, mostly because it stays connected to the Internet even when it is powered off. The software is saved on the 512 MB Wii internal flash memory. The software can also be transferred to an SD card after you download it, although temporary Internet files will remain on the internal memory. The Opera-based browser can support a host of Web 2.0 technologies and applications including:
CSS
JavaScript
Ajax
RSS
Adobe Flash 7
Widgets
The biggest gripe about the Wii Internet Channel is that the browser does not support Adobe Flash 8 or 9. According to Opera, the reason that the browser does not support the later versions of Flash is that a software development kit is not yet available for either version. Because Opera utilizes an older version of Flash, problems may arise while you are trying to view certain Flash videos. Aside from the problems on the user’s side, Nintendo is also having a bit of trouble with the Wii Internet Channel. Apparently, hackers have found a loophole in the system that allows them to run their own code on the Wii console. The loophole is in the Flash Player embedded within the browser and could allow hackers to create video game emulators. That sounds like a great loophole, right? Not if you’re Nintendo. One of their potential moneymakers is the Virtual Console, which charges gamers between $5 and $10 for unlimited access to a retro title.

The Wii can use an Internet connection in more ways than just browsing. There are also free applications such as Wii’s News and Forecast Channels. The News Channel provides you with a view of the globe, which allows you to view news by region if you wish. The Forecast Channel also gives you a view of the globe, but this view also shows current weather systems around the world. If you zoom out far enough, you can see an accurate star map in the background. Since you register your Wii’s locations, it also knows what you’re looking for in the way of a local forecast.

Wii Accessories
The Nintendo Wii, like every other video game console, has some controller variations and other accessories available for serious gamers. Some of the accessories are very useful, while others merely add to the aesthetic value. Some examples of Wii accessories that fall into the “looks good, but not very useful” category are the plastic attachments for the Wii remote that make it look like a tennis racket, golf club or baseball bat. Nothing about the Wii or the game you’re playing changes — the attachments just transform your Wii remote into a prop. There are also boxing gloves that can house the Wii remote and Nunchuck. Just like the plastic attachments, these gloves don’t change anything about the game, except for the fact that you don’t actually have to hold onto the controllers.

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William asks…

Internet Marketing?

Does anyone have any tips that actually work for driving traffic to my sites?

barry0912 answers:

The best easy way to start getting traffic to your website would be to answer question at yahoo questions, and make sure your website is included at the bottom of each answer, like a signature. Make sure your website is actually related to the question that is being asked. Also do the same with the Google questions, you will get lots of unique visitors to your website. If you want to take it a step forward you can create a social profile on a website such as myspace. When you do that find the category that fits your business in the messaging forums and post about your business. This will bring targeted visitors. You can also post bulletins and friends and post on there page. That part takes longer and many people do not read the bulletins anymore. More free traffic? Do some really good search engine optimization, pick up so books and read on it, remember search engines love fresh content so try to build up a article directory on your website with fresh information. Remember people do not come to to your website to purchase, they come for the information, then if they like what they hear, and if they feel educated they will purchase from you. There are tons of free ways to build traffic, do research on the net and try to stay away from purchasing hits for your website, because most of the visitors are not going to buy anything, they were probably paid to visits your site. If you want more information feel free to contact me. I just started a blog, and in the blog I promise to make $1,000,000 in 1 year. Starting from ground zero. I will reveal lots of secrets to earning money on the internet. And of course I will not give away all my secrets or show all my websites because people tend to still information these days. Thanks for your time. And others may be wondering why I am giving information out for free? Its because there are millions on top of millions of dollars to be made on the internet, and im not afraid to share, im still going to make my money no matter how you look at it.

Reggie
http://www.richreggie.blogspot.com

Ruth asks…

Internet Marketing?

Where is the best, affordable or free marketing on the Internet – i.e. best exposure for Real Estate..There are allot of bogus sales pitches out there – but there programs are expensive and your paying for a name…..Any effective suggestions???

barry0912 answers:

Listings on eBay.

Google Base is free.
Https://www.google.com/base/

Here are the largest sites online to place free classified advertising.

Http://classifieds.yahoo.com/ Alexa Rank: 1
http://classifieds.myspace.com Alexa Rank: 5
http://expo.live.com/ Alexa Rank: 8
http://www.craigslist.org/ Alexa Rank: 28
http://adlandpro.com/ Alexa Rank: 1,298
http://www.backpage.com Alexa Rank: 1,876
http://www.usfreeads.com Alexa Rank: 3,121
http://www.oodle.com/ Alexa Rank: 5,501
http://www.adpost.com/ Alexa Rank: 6,906
http://www.FreeAdvertisingForum.com 12,025
http://www.sell.com/ Alexa Rank: 13,471
http://www.InetGiant.com Alexa Rank: 21,082
http://www.adquest3d.com/ Alexa Rank: 22,252
http://www.recycler.com/ Alexa Rank: 23,996
http://www.chooseyouritem.com/ Alexa Rank: 19,569
http://www.domesticsale.com/ Alexa Rank: 24,207
http://epage.com/ Alexa Rank: 24,834
http://free-advertising-blog.com/index.php Alexa Rank: 26,048
http://www.ClassifiedsForFree.com Alexa Rank: 40,792
http://postaroo.com/ Alexa Rank: 43,471
http://www.TheFlyer.com Alexa Rank: 134,577
http://www.ClassifiedAds.com Alexa Rank: 143,204

Michael
http://www.webmasterautomation.com/forums/

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Paul asks…

Will marketing still be a lucrative field in the future?

I am planning on going into the field of marketing. I would like to know how going into marketing in this economy will pan out along with how the future of marketing looks as of now.

barry0912 answers:

Marketing jobs are tough to get. Typically you have to get lucky or have experience to land a good job. 2nd option is to start with a company at the bottom and try to work our way up. There are two types of marketing jobs either you work on the design side of things or the sales side of it. If you hate sales you better have good knowledge of computer/graphic design as it will get you much farther. If you like the sales side then you will probably score a job pretty easy. Alot of companies tie marketing into more hands on sales experience whether it be trade shows or presentations etc.. To answer your question great field, and will never go away. However, it is evolving much more into the internet than expected. I recommend solid background on design and other internet applicaitons.

Nancy asks…

What is a fun or interesting part time job that compliments a full time career?

My day job is stressful and intense. Its in an office environment. I’m looking for something “different” with flexible hours, fun, won’t burn me out and has NO inventory. Serving and bartending are obvious. I’m looking for something not so obvious. FYI I live in Toronto Canada.

barry0912 answers:

Bartending=very late hours in some cases, although private clubs are great. I was where you are a couple of years ago. Because I like the computer, internet marketing was the viable low cost answer for me.
I have some sites that generate passive income for me allowing my weekends to still be free!

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Charles asks…

How do I go about getting work in Buenos Aires if I speak English and I don’t speak fluent Castellano?

I don’t want to teach English or work in a store or as a maid etc.

My background is in new media (internet), marketing and communications.

I can get a work visa and I am Australian.

barry0912 answers:

There is not a lot of work in Buenos Aires, although the situation is getting better.

I do know as a fact that native English speakers can find work teaching the language, and although you´d prefer not to do it, I suggest for you to reconsider it; at least as a back-up plan or starting point anyways…

Otherwise, you may want to think about bringing enough money to spend around 6 months looking for work, it is not unrealistic. Living there is not expensive, rent and food can be really affordable, having fun a little less…

I suggest that you rent a room in an apt with some young people, there are opportunities like that.

To look at classified ads for work, check out the corresponding section of the biggest newspaper in Buenos Aires:

www.clarin.com

Also, some employment agencies have branches in Buenos Aires, and they may be able to help you in your research so you have a clearer idea of where to start, I am talking about companies like Adeco, Manpower and the sort.

Kiss my city for me when you get there!

George asks…

How can you make money with Twitter?

I am new to internet marketing
and want to make money with Twitter.

Does anyone know of any free tools
that can help me?

barry0912 answers:

Easiest way to make money off twitter is through affiliate schemes. Where you sell someone elses product and make a commission. The first thing you will need to do is build a targeted list at what your selling. A company that can help you build a targeted list by your choice of keywords is; www.socialextreme.net once you feel you have built up a big enough target base. You start tweeting about the products your selling with your unique affiliate link, I would suggest put the link through a url shortner for use on twitter.

There is one you can make money off twitter, in a nutshell.

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