Running an online store is a lot easier than it used to be, thanks to so many content management software packages automating a lot of processes that used to be entirely manual. Still there are things you should know before undertaking the running of an online store. There is certainly the potential for e-commerce success, but it takes commitment and goal-setting, and you also need to have some basic knowledge of web design, as well as search engine optimization and social media.
If you’ve been with Godaddy long enough and you’re renewing lots and lots of domains year after year, you may have noticed that Godaddy is not offering renewal discounts anymore. Instead, they are giving away new domain registration coupon codes that can let you register domains for 2.95 USD, 1.95 USD, and even $0.99 Cents!
But there are more people who are looking to save a lot on renewing their domains, than to sign up for a new .COM domain. I’ve been searching for renewal codes since last week and all of the codes that I found doesn’t work anymore. My favorite code GDBBX1705 doesn’t work either.
If you want to transfer files from one server to another in less than a few minutes or in seconds (1GB file or lower), then use wget via SSH. I’ve been using this since I was born and I would like to share it to everyone who’s not using it yet. You can transfer a zip files or many files in one directory level, or the entire directory and its sub directories.
The image above is a screenshot of how fast I downloaded the files from a remote server to my new server. 4.5GB in 7 minutes! Not bad huh?
If you’ve encountered this annoying problem when you attempt to browse a specific website and it automatically redirects to http://y800.home/ or 192.168.1.1, then you’re not alone. I encountered this dilemma many times when using my Alcatel Y800 with a Smart LTE sim. It’s really annoying and frustrating sometimes, because it’s not all the time that this problem shows up. Sometimes it redirects me to the Y800 home, sometimes it doesn’t.
Another annoying thing is that nobody in the world wide web has posted a solution to this problem. Probably, as of writing this post, I’m the first one in the entire world who encountered this problem. Perhaps I’m the only one? I hope someone out there will leave a comment so that I’ll know that I’m not alone.
Anyway, I called Smart and e-mailed them, and they don’t have a single clue or idea what’s the main cause of this problem. I’m still subscribed to unlimited LTE internet for 1 month, and my account has still load credits in it.
If you encountered this problem and you have a solution, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below. Even if you don’t have a solution, please, oh please, still, leave a comment below, so that I’ll know that I’m not alone.