Furball Aliens Attack

September 29th, 2011

  Not wasting anytime between game launches, we are putting the final touches on our next game installment, “Fuball Fever – Alien Furballs Attack”. Different from the first game, this is a shooter game where you launch your friendly alien furball against wave after wave of alien attackers. We’re looking to launch this game in […]

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Furball Fever has Been Unleashed!!

September 22nd, 2011

After many months of development, our first of many planned iPhone games  has been released in the iTunes store. Furball Fever was developed with our passion for the love of games and for the first game we used a platformer layout like the Super Mario series which happened to be one of the first games […]

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The EPN Network is Flawed

May 1st, 2011

If you’re into affiliate marketing, you have no doubt heard of EPN or eBay’s affiliate program. When I joined the program years ago, it was being run by Commission Junction and was the best program around. Tracking was pretty much dead on and you could always count on them making up for any inconsistencies in […]

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Social Media Managers

April 13th, 2011

If you have been in the Internet industry for any amount of time, it has become apparent that the old tried and true methods of ranking for search terms are changing. Facebook and Twitter are becoming a more powerful force for helping shape your search engine rankings. Both Google and Bing/Yahoo use signals from social […]

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Is Optimization Dead?

March 26th, 2011

With the latest Google Panda/Farmer update, a lot of so called SEO experts are saying that optimization is dead. It’s actually quite funny. I’ve been hearing the same thing since the first Google dance I sat and watched back in 2003. In the world of the Internet, there is only one thing that is certain […]

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The Google Farmer Update

February 25th, 2011

If you’re involved in the search engine game, then you have undoubtedly heard about the latest update to the Google algorithm called the farmer update. It is targeting scraper and low quality sites. Scraper sites have been filling up Google’s results lately and polluting them with regurgitated junk that has adsense on them. This update […]

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Why I use Bing instead of Google to Search

January 8th, 2011

Back when Google first started, I was a huge supporter. I bought their t-shirt, a hat and even a Google license plate frame. Google was the future and at that time their search engine was producing the best results around. Unfortunately, as with many companies who go public, their focus went from providing the best […]

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Webmaster World Biased Towards Google

November 29th, 2010

I’ve been a member of Webmaster World for many years and have made a lot of posts over the years. In the beginning most of my posts towards Google were all very positive since back then they really were a “Do No Evil Company”. But let’s face it; every since Google has gone public, that […]

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Internet Explorer 9 Beta Released

September 24th, 2010

Internet Explorer 9 Microsoft has released their latest browser to beta for people to download and try out. If you do, be warned that it will overwrite your current IE browser and since it is a beta release, you might want to hold off doing that. You can see all the new features for it […]

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Using Flash In Web Design

September 21st, 2010

Every since Flash first came out, designers have been creating some really great looking websites. Today, most of the online gaming sites use Flash since you can make some really great interactive games with it. The problem with using Flash for a website starts when you create the entire website in Flash. Even though search […]

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