You can't normally get documents into Google blogger very easily, and knowing how doesn't seem to be common knowledge, but is actually very easy to do using Google's product suite and their "post via email" functionality.
This video walk you through how to easily add a PDF, DOC or XLS file to Google Blogger using Google Gmail and Google Drive and Google's "post by email" option. You can also add ZIP files to Google Blogger with this method.
For many Posterous was a unique solution on the market, however in 2012 Twitter acquired Posterous and then and announced its demise. On, 30th of April 2013, was its last day in existence. For GongOnline this represented a considerable hurdle as we had many clients using the Posterous solution, some of which has thousands of posts and images. While there were solutions on the market to get Posterous to other blogging platforms, there weren't really any solutions for how to get Posterous into Drupal. To solve it we had to come up with our own custom solution that imports a Posterous blog into Drupal.
It was only a matter of time before Twitter fully monetised its system to the mass market. On April 30, 2013 Twitter announced a new advertising platform that gives everybody access to increase the visibility of their posts and account within Twitter. If you are a tweeter and want more to see your Twitter-verse, you can read more about it here.
Many small businesses have recently fallen prey to a popular scam involving domain names, although this scam has been around for a long time. Domain name renewal scams can work in one of three ways;
One: You might be sent an invoice for a domain name that is very similar to your current domain name - the scammer hopes that you don’t notice the difference and just pay the invoice.
Two: You could be sent a letter or email that looks like a renewal notice for your actual domain name, but is from a different company to the one you have previously used to register your domain name. The letter may look like a legitimate renewal notice, but if read carefully it usually contains words indicating you are agreeing to transfer it. The variation of this method is sending you a renewal notice by email from another domain registrar when your domain is not actually due from new renewal.