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Deals Out The Wazoo

There seems to be a never-ending supply of new ratings and deals sites lately. There’s national sites like Living Social and Groupon and more locally based sites like PG Deals, CBS Local, DoubleTake Deals, and Google Offers just to name a few.

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Claim your “Place” on Google

Have you claimed your Place on Google? Your Google Places page that is.

If you haven’t, why not? It’s free!

Your Places page is the page that shows up with a map and hours and other information when a Google Maps search is performed on your business. (See the Six Degrees Web Design Google Place

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Websites 101: Domain Names and Hosting

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Since I’ve had a few people ask about how to get started with a website lately, or mention to me someone they know that doesn’t know how to get started, I thought I would make this topic my next post. This post may run a bit long, but I

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'Historic' day as first non-Latin web addresses go live

It actually happened. There were doubters, but on Thursday, May 6th 2010 the web has its first non-Latin web addresses! My question is how will people with say standard US keyboard setups get to these sites? There are people elsewhere in the world who know the language and writing of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the

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Internet domain names set to appear in non-Latin scripts

I thought this was rather interesting. I wonder if it will have an effect on websites that are published in more than one language. Will they then buy more domains to target that audience even more?

Internet domain names set to appear in non-Latin scripts

October 30, 2009 8:13 a.m. EDT Opening up the Internet:

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