What I like about their service is, they let you see some of the important information like recent referring URL’s, Live visitors, Visitors in last hr, day, and week. Technically, all these data helps me in ego boost but from SEO perspective, they are not complete and useful. But for a personal Blog like Blogger blog, service like Site meter is useful as it’s free too. … [Read more...] about Real Time Website Visitors Tracking
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Blogging is an excellent platform to improve as a complete human being and I will tell you the reasons later in this post. Benefits are largely infinite but if you take it as just a source of income then you might well end up messing it up. Blogging should be from your heart and not from your mind, eespecially with a set mind to earn. … [Read more...] about Do You Know the Real Time Benefits of Blogging?
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And right off the bat, I’m reminded why strategy games appeal to me. For new players, the most important thing about the game is to learn how everything works. You build resource buildings like mines and farms to get specific resources like stone and food for example. And these in return are used to either train soldiers to raise an army or further upgrade existing buildings. That’s the gist of the busy work, and another important concept is the passing of time. Most of what happens in-game requires real time to pass, like upgrading buildings or sending armies out to the world map to fight other player’s kingdoms or dormant camps to bring back resource. That’s a staple for browser strategy games, dating back all the way to Earth 2025, the first game I’ve played in this mold. … [Read more...] about Throne: Kingdom At War Revisited – Second Impressions
It was super helpful to have three of us – Amoon, Xaa, and myself – working on this together. That way, we could split up and better find the quest locations and NPCs. That’s probably the only way we finished it the first night. And because this was something happening in real time, we didn’t have any hints on how it worked (which was fun and sometimes frustrating). … [Read more...] about Second Life: Finding Gold at the Fantasy Faire (A RFL Event)