This shell script will submit your sitemap files to google and bing search engines on a regular basis simply edit the urls you wish to submit and setup a cronjob to submit daily or weekly as required.
There are a number of ways to drive traffic to your website. You can go PAID Website Marketing or the FREE Website Marketing method. Paid method includes buying traffic from Google with "Google Adwords" or from Facebook / Instagram.
The following videos are tutorials that will help you getting around the Linux Command Line. These tools are invaluable for using a Linux Operating System such as Debian or Ubuntu. These commands can be used on both Linux Desktop as well as Linux Servers.
The following videos shows you some of the benefits of cloud storage and some secrets as to how you can use some of these services to make your life easier.
The BOYA BY-M1 and BOYA BY-M1DM are great microphones and we highly recommend them for both creating youtube videos as well as for Zoom Virtual Meetings. The following Video is our video review and we will have links below as to where you can purchase this Microphones on Amazon.
This video will you you how to setup a LAMP stack (Linux / Apache / MySQL / PHP) on Debian or Ubuntu Server.
The following video will compare a wired vs a wireless connection while using zoom or some other video conference software.
2FA is almost a necessity today. We see more and more services in the cloud more and more are getting compromised every day. Therefore, it is necessary to use some sort of 2FA (Two Factor Authentication) on at least the more important accounts you have, especially Bank Accounts, online Payment services such as Paypal and other more important accounts you may have.
Linux has really evolved over the years. We have been using Linux on the Desktop for well over 15 years now, and for the few times I have to use Microsoft (due to customers request) I must say that Windows is very frustrating. These are 10 reasons I suggest switching to Linux on the Desktop.
These are the instructions I use to install the Google Play Store in Anbox on a Linux Computer. Once installed you should be able to log into the Google Play Store with your account and install google apps.