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"Web rings" are basically a linked collection of Web sites with a common theme, industry or product business. The idea behind them: Banding together an assortment of smaller merchants or services can help the entire group compete more effectively online and build Web traffic.
Some little-known, but still-helpful sites
If spending time figuring out how to reset your computer features seems like too much trouble, Microsoft makes it easier with "Tips for the Awkward Age of Computing," at www.microsoft.com/enable/aging.
1. Place a strong emphasis on benefits. Say you sell skin-care products. You need to highlight the benefit to the customer (younger-looking skin) rather than the features (it contains 12 different moisturizers).
If you're planning to do more instant messaging (IM) as a way to avoid your spam-clogged e-mail system, take note: IM spam—or "spim," as it's being called—is growing like wildfire.
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Starting this year, the federal government offers a single Internet portal for small businesses that want to do business with the government. The result: You'll have an easier time registering as a contractor and marketing your goods and services to the government.
The tidal wave of junk e-mail has prompted Internet service providers (ISP) and business owners to erect stronger spam filters, meant to block out spam and allow legitimate messages in.
You know that some employees slack off at work by cruising the Web. But did you know that some Web sites actively encourage it—and give users ways to deceive their bosses?