Thanks for the video on the redirect script Amin, I can follow that fine. Just one question, should both domains be on the same hosting? If they are on different hosting, does one of the files get put on another host or do both files get put on the host with the (new) redirect domain? Actually, that's 2 questions, but they are related!
I am in the UK and will be getting a proxy for the US (because Pinterest is changing to a European base, from its US base for those in Europe). I have never used a proxy before but I understand it needs to be a PRIVATE proxy (not shared). One of the companies I looked at said that proxy addresses were randomly changed each month. Does this matter for SM2? Should I try to get a fixed forever proxy address or would one that changes monthly be ok?
I have sold a few items in the US but of course, people want to return some. It is expensive for them to post to the UK so I was thinking of using a US shipping company to accept the returns then post them on to me. I have googled the area but was wondering if anyone had any company names they thought were great (or awful!). Thanks
I was flipping through Facebook the other day when I saw a nice photograph. I thought I would like it on my Pinterest board but you cannot pin photos from Facebook to Pinterest. Then a little later I saw another nice photo but below it this time was a link saying Repin: and giving the URL. When I clicked the URL, it took me straight to that picture on Pinterest. So I experimented tonight. I picked a photo from my Pinterest account that is from one of my websites, and copied the URL. I then pasted that URL into my Facebook account and it brings up that exact photo. I then typed in Repin and the URL and I now have a copy of the photo AND the Pinterest URL on my Facebook account, for people to click through if they want. Just FYI, if you want to spread the net further.
I have tried this a couple of times. Sometimes the picture shows, sometimes it doesn't but the link is live.
You would just be able to copy and paste this into your TBS article. Are you interested?
I got an email today from one of my domain name registrars saying that the icann were thinking of removing the right to domain privacy! That would be terrible. Firstly, my private address would be shown to any internet spammer or criminal in the world and secondly, a search would be possible that would show all domain names I own. Bang would go personal private blog networks! The domain name provider provided a form email for me to send to icann, comments end 7 July.