Though, one good thing about them is, if you like to show off the number of your visitors, you can quickly embed their widget and select a style to show off your visits. There are many other features of sitemeter like the Monthly visit, weekly visit. The good part is it’s free and the sad part is for every website you need to create a different account. … [Read more...] about Real Time Website Visitors Tracking
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I often find people being good in their communication but poor writers. One reason can be that they are not used to write much, but this is always a negative. So a solution would be to write more! Blogging will allow you to improve. You might make mistakes initially but many experts reading your content will point it out. This will help you learn and adapt. … [Read more...] about Do You Know the Real Time Benefits of Blogging?
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Having done this a few times now for Throne: Kingdom at War, my earliest impressions regarding how players start the game is the same. It’s very informative because of the tutorial, but it’s also incredibly tedious. The tutorial holds your hand, perhaps a little too much, in instructing you on what you should do, or what habits you as a new player needs to do. It will walk you through all the main concepts, and the thing I like least is the way it shoehorns you into the microtransactions to speed things up and get boosts to grow things faster. … [Read more...] about Throne: Kingdom At War Revisited – Second Impressions
From there, we got a well-written little quest line, with fully voice-acted cut scenes, and story that took us to each of the different sims to meet various NPCs and gain their wisdom. There was a pretty strong William Shakespeare vibe going on throughout the quest, so the ending of the story didn’t disappoint. … [Read more...] about Second Life: Finding Gold at the Fantasy Faire (A RFL Event)