Registering and signing in with eBay is an easy process, and once you become an eBay member, you can start bidding in online auctions and auctioning off your own stuff. The following articles give you the low-down on getting your start on eBay.
Your Facebook timeline cover photo is the large photo that serves as a background to your Profile. People often choose visually striking photos or images that really speak to who they are and what they love —you’ll see a lot of nature shots. To change your cover photo, follow these steps. [more…]
On Twitter, your username, or handle, is your identity. If you can, sign up for Twitter by using your name or a variation of it as your username (assuming somebody else isn't already using it). For example, if your name is John Ira, you may want to pick a Twitter username such as @johnira or @john_ira. [more…]
Blogs, or Web logs, are online journals that are updated frequently, sometimes even daily. An update, (also called an entry or a post) is usually quite short, perhaps just a few sentences, and readers can often respond to an entry online. People who write blogs are commonly called bloggers. Bloggers, tongue in cheek, call themselves and their blogs the blogosphere. [more…]
Every AOL (America Online) account includes space for seven screen names, or user names: one primary plus six others. The primary name is the one you choose when you first joined AOL. The primary name [more…]
A drop-shipper is a business that stocks merchandise and sells it to you (the reseller) — but ships the merchandise directly to your customer.
By using a drop-shipper, you transfer the risks of buying merchandise [more…]
You start setting up your PayPal profile during the process of registering for a PayPal account. Open up your browser and type www.paypal.com into the Address Bar. The PayPal home page has multiple links [more…]