Monthly Archives: February 2016

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[Review] Is Swagbucks legit and worth the time?

Swagbucks is an online rewards and cash back program that allows users to earn points (called SB) by doing activities such as watching videos, playing games, searching the web, shopping online stores, answering surveys, and so on. Swagbucks is a legitimate business and it is definitely worth your time, and let me show you why. Disclaimer: Swagbucks is a legitimate business and rewards you with good amount of gift cards or cash, but do not […]

Google indexes HTTP site as HTTS, how to fix it?

A few months ago, I decided to switch my hosting provider from Arvixe to and after the switch I decided not to continue to use SSL for my site, so I terminated my SSL certificate. Within a week, I noticed that my page views have dropped tremendously, almost to single digit. After some investigation I noticed that Google still indexes my site as HTTPS instead of HTTP, even though I don’t have SSL certificate […]

Google pays users to do security checkup

To help celebrate Safer Internet Day 2016, for a limited time Google will pay users if they complete a Google account security checkup. Well, technically Google does not pay users with real money, but with 2GB of free Google drive storage permanently. So what is the catch? Well there is no catch. All you need is a quick and easy security checkup to make sure your Google account is in good shape, and it only takes about […]

A quick review of Grav CMS

Grav is a file-based open source Content Management System (CMS) and is developed by RocketTheme, which means Grav doesn’t use a database. Content and configuration options are all stored in flat files on the server. The main focus of Grav is speed and simplicity. Because of this, I would like to give it a try to see if how easy and simple to use it, especially for small business and non-profit organizations where techinical resource […]