About Richard Keir

Richard is a writer and a programmer/developer with several products in the field of RSS feeds. On the input side for displaying RSS Feeds on your site see http://RSS-Wrapper.com and for additional articles and content on RSS feeds visit http://GeekWerkz.org
The Input Side of RSS Feeds
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The ongoing buzz about RSS feeds seems to still be almost matched by ongoing confusion. After a couple years of working with both sides of the RSS equation, site feeds and RSS feed display, I’ve come to think of the differences in a fairly simple way that may get rid of some of the confusion.

Anti Spam at the Enterprise Level
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Every one of us knows how spam impacts us. Every day we either get a ton of spam – or if we’re fairly well protected by spam filters – only a few pieces.

Where’s Your Content?

Once again, it’s being made clear that the old isn’t old at all. Google’s latest update seems to make it clearer than ever that actual website content continues to be a vital element in creating a successful website.

Where is Web Conferencing Going?

In an earlier article I talked about the evolution of the conference call from a rather limited beginning as an expensive business to business tool to the present possibilities using VoIP and the steadily increasing bandwidth available to web users allowing us to dream of real-time high quality video and audio.

Eyes on your eCommerce Website

In a recent article I talked about Google AdSense placement based on eye-tracking research. However, research by The Poynter Institute, Eyetools and the Estlow Center for Journalism and New Media has a lot to say about more than where to put an AdSense block.

Google’s own AdSense Tips

Google is at least as interested as you are in having your ads perform well on your site. And they’ve gone to some work to provide the information you need to optimize your AdSense.

Adsense – 7 Keys to Empire?

There’s a lot of buzz around about how you can make a quick and easy fortune using this AdSense course or that tool or this book.

Building Websites with Articles

I’ve been blogging occasionally over the last two months about my ongoing experiment with writing articles. This is a super hot topic lately with the changes going on at Google and Yahoo that are impacting many websites and basically freaking people out.

Conference Calling Evolved

Originally the conference call was limited to businesses paying exorbitant fees to the telcos. For business, it still made sense economically because the costs were less than the travel costs involved in bringing the people together. Additionally, significant time savings are involved, both in terms of travel time and in being able to communicate fairly rapidly to an extended group.

Domain Name Registration and Privacy

The internet is a wonderful thing, except for a few small details. When you register your first domain name, you get your introduction to one of them. There’s a lot of information they want. Your name, your email address, your physical address, your phone number.

Building eCommerce Websites That Work – Part 1

You want to succeed at eCommerce? Welcome to a very big family. Right off, let’s be clear – there are lots of ways to do business on the internet. And lots of ways to both make and lose money.