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Friday, February 26, 2010

Free Internet Marketing Tip 293

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Free Internet Marketing Tip 292

Dear Jayde Member,

When maintaining a website, it can be easy to come under attack from spam bots. Many times, bots are perfectly fine because they come from search engines. Other times they're spam. Your email address can be affected because it can easily be pulled from your website.

Use Email Signature Creator to keep pesky spam bots from invading your websites. This freeware creates a small email based image that can't be linked back to you.

Keep on Promoting

Jayde Admin

Free Internet Marketing Tip 291

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Free Internet Marketing Tip 290

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Thursday, February 25, 2010

Free Internet Marketing Tip 289

Worth Noting

Special rules apply to charitable donations for Haiti relief efforts:
If you make a qualified charitable contribution after January 11, 2010, and before March 1, 2010, for relief efforts associated with the January 12, 2010, earthquake in Haiti, you can treat the contribution as if it were made on December 31, 2009. As a result, if you itemize deductions on Form 1040, Schedule A, you can elect to claim the deduction for the Haitian relief contribution on your 2009 federal income tax return. To qualify, the contribution must be made in cash. To facilitate charitable donations made via text messages, a telephone bill showing the name of the organization, and the date and amount of the contribution, will satisfy charitable deduction recordkeeping requirements.

Time running out for first-time homebuyer's tax credit:
If you're in the market for a new home and hope to take advantage of the first-time homebuyer tax credit, you'll need to purchase a principal residence before May 1, 2010 (or before July 1, 2010 if you enter into a written binding contract prior to May 1, 2010). If you--and your spouse, if you're married--did not own any other principal residence during the three-year period ending on the date of purchase, the credit is worth up to $8,000 ($4,000 if you're married and file separate returns). If you--and your spouse, if you're married--have maintained the same principal residence for at least five consecutive years in the eight-year period ending at the time you purchase a new principal residence, the credit is worth up to $6,500 ($3,250if you're married and file separate returns).

The credit is reduced if your modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) exceeds $125,000 ($225,000 if married filing a joint return) and is completely eliminated if your MAGI reaches $145,000 ($245,000 if married filing a joint return). You can't claim the first-time homebuyer tax credit if the purchase price of your principal residence exceeds $800,000. Other limitations and provisions also apply.

President's proposed 2011 budget offers Congress multiple initiatives:

The proposed 2011 budget submitted by President Obama offers multiple new initiatives, including several small business tax incentives, provisions intended to promote college affordability, and tax benefits targeting the middle class. The budget that ultimately emerges from Congress will likely differ significantly from that proposed by the President, but the proposed budget is valuable in that it provides a framework for discussion over the next few months. The proposed budget includes:

For businesses -- A new tax credit of $5,000 for each new hire made by an employer, a one-year extension of 2009 bonus depreciation and Section 179 expensing limits, and requirements for employers who do not offer retirement plans to implement automatic IRAs for employees.

For students -- Expanded Pell Grant limits, a permanent American Opportunity tax credit, and a proposal to strengthen income-based repayment plans for student loans (overburdened borrowers would pay only 10% of discretionary income in loan payments and remaining debt would be forgiven after 20 years).

For individual taxpayers -- A return of the top two marginal tax rates to 39.6% and 36% in 2011, and an expanded 28% tax bracket; a permanent extension of the current 0% and 15% rates on long-term capital gain, with a new 20% rate for higher-income individuals; permanent extension of the federal estate tax and the alternative minimum tax (AMT) rules and exemption amounts, at 2009 levels.

New credit card provisions effective this week:
The Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure (CARD) Act of 2009 included several provisions that became effective on February 22, 2010. Some of these changes could affect you:

Credit card companies are prohibited from increasing annual percentage rates (APRs) that apply to existing balances unless (1) the index on which the rate is based changes, (2) the APR was a promotional rate that has expired, (3) you failed to comply with a hardship workout plan, or (4) you're more than 60 days past due on the account; if an increase in APR is the result of you falling 60 days past due on the account, the rate will be restored to what it was before the increase if you make timely minimum payments for six months.

If different APRs apply to separate portions of an outstanding balance, the amount of any payment beyond the minimum payment due must be applied to the portion of the balance with the highest APR.

If you're under age 21, you won't be able to get credit unless you have a cosigner over age 21 or can demonstrate an ability to repay the debt
You can't be charged an over-the-limit fee unless you authorize the credit card company to complete the transaction that causes the balance to exceed your credit limit.

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Free Internet Marketing Tip 288

We hope that you are staying warm this winter 2010. We just came out with a new website layout and by the time spring comes around next month, you will be enjoying the new features that we'll soon be releasing.

We will be updating the website again with an exciting new addition to Bukisa: Bukisa Topics. Bukisa Topics will consist of dedicated pages for a variety of topics, aggregating relevant entries such as videos, news and of course - Bukisa's articles. Authors will not only have their content sharply targeted to their niche readers, but will also have the privilege to create and manage new topic pages.

We have revamped our whole Bukisa layout, making our homepage more professional looking and making our content pages more reader friendly.

Ads have been moved to new locations to be less of an eyesore when reading articles. This will help keep new readers reading your content.

We have gotten great feedback on our latest layout:
UmiNoor wrote: "I love the new layout. It looks so professional and easy on the eyes. Congratulations Bukisa."
Evis T wrote: "I love the new design layout. With all the adverts on one side it makes the text cleaner, easier to read and looks FAR more professional. An excellent move."

New Login
In addition to traditional login and login via Facebook, we have added login via OpenID. OpenID allows you to use an existing account to sign in to multiple websites, without needing to create new passwords. For more information about and creating an OpenID, click HERE.

We have revamped your MyBukisa page for user friendliness. There is now a MyBukisa Dashboard on the left hand side of the homepage, at the top of every logged in Bukisa page, and also widgets on the dashboard page itself. This will guarantee that you will never get lost and will always find your way to where you want to go easily!

Bukisa Cleanup
We have been working very hard to remove articles and users that have posted content containing spam, self-promotional advertisements, and copyright violations. We are now checking every article submitted for copyright violations, in order to make Bukisa the #1 informational site on the web. Furthermore, due to a high level of user-abuse, we have had to get strict and anyone posting spam or using illegal traffic exchange (or links) risks automatic account suspension no questions asked.

As we are still young and growing rapidly, we encourage your feedback and ideas!
Love a feature? Hate a feature? Have a suggestion? Let us know!!!

All the best and keep up the good work,

Simon & The Bukisa Team

Free Internet Marketing Tip 287


I'm sure you have purchased a product with some
sort of resell rights attached to it. The biggest
problem in this case is you end up doing it again
and again, and they end up on your computer,
collecting dust, instead of being on your website
collecting sales.

Don't know how to take the sales page and
downloadable files that you are given and setup
your sales page to sell?

The "Instant Reseller Tutorials" Video Course...


This video series will show you how to take any
resell rights or affiliate sales product, and set
it up so that it is ready to sell. After you view
this video series, you'll be able to take those
resell rights products you have collecting dust
on your computer and turn them into automatic
cash generating machines.


Have a great day,

Michael - Bulldog Marketing

Free Internet Marketing Tip 286

Dear Jayde Member,

Another great way to stay connected with the latest Internet happenings is becoming a fan of WebProNews on Facebook. There you can discuss the latest breaking news, trends and all things social media.

The WebProNews Facebook fan page IS NOT automated - all posts are hand picked to ensure interest so conversation can thrive. Also, in the near future, WebProNews will holding some contests and giveaways for their Facebook fans.

Become a fan of WebProNews

Keep on Promoting

Jayde Admin