Posts by Norm Sash

Total SERP Management Console Review

Total SERP control features

Manage SERP and SEO all from one Management Console. I work a lot with search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine result page (SERP) activities for my own business and for clients.  There’s a lot of work in this (as anyone else who is involved with it will tell you), and as with any complex…

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How to Create a Signature in Outlook

Creating a signature to be automatically applied to your Outlook email messages is a fairly simple process, although somewhat confusing the first time you go through it.  The below steps will walk you through setting up a signature, but there are several things you should keep in mind as to how signatures can be used.…

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Out of Office Replies in Outlook

I often get asked how to turn on the automatic Out of Office messages in Outlook, so I decided to make a quick post about it.  The way it is done varies depending on what version of Office / Outlook you are running, and if you are connected to Office 365  or Exchange. Initially I’m…

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Outsourcing Options

Outsourcing is a great way to off-load some of your work, or to get tasks done where you don’t really have the skill or the desire to work. Here are some resources to help you look for an outsourcer.  Some of them are specific to something like graphics design, while others are more aligned with…

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Fatal error in media.php on line 953 or menu.php

Recently one of my clients performed an upgrade to WordPress 3.5.1.  Unfortunately, the upgrade failed for some reason and they were locked out of the Admin panel with an error about undefined function get_taxonomies_for_attachments in menu.php.  Research of the web produced the suggestion to manually reinstall all the WordPress 3.5.1 files. Doing that manual installation,…

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Hiding download pages and other pages from search engines

As you develop your website you will no doubt have various pages that are “backend” pages.   These pages might include download pages, thank you pages, policy pages, or whatever.   For web marketing we optimize our sites for search engines and we do not want these types of pages to show up in search engines.…

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Strategy for migrating from Live Mesh: Part 1

Many of you are aware that Microsoft has announced that Windows Live Mesh will be turned off on February 13th, 2013.  While SkyDrive really has some nice features, there are several features missing from SkyDrive that are in Live Mesh: SkyDrive is not a true better replacement for Live Mesh.  In fact, you are going…

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OneNote crash on startup caused by cache

OneNote 2013 crash on startup I hate it when a good app goes bad, and that’s just what happened to me a couple of times now with OneNote 2013.  If you’ve been using OneNote (or ON as I like to call it – gotta have that abbreviation) then you know what a great app it…

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Using categories on WordPress pages

One of the differences between WordPress Pages and Posts is that Posts can have a category assigned to them, whereas pages cannot.  Frankly, I think that is just dumb… why shouldn’t pages have the ability to have categories assigned.  Well, I’m not the only one that think pages should have categories and there are several…

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