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IF you having a problem with your TV we can test it and repair it.

We can not repair all models because there is a shortage of parts for some models.

Depends on the model  damage we can fix it up one week time – if the cost of repair is too high we will let you know .

In some cases, we have to fix one board first and then we area able to test another when the damage is complex.

 

If we cannot fix we charge 10 pounds only . The fee can cover our time of testing.

 

 

What printer to buy ? Epson or HP

What printer to buy ? Epson or HP

Propably you found your printer is faulty and when you called to IT guy he told you to buy a new one.  Propably he is right.

Tho cost of printer fell down so there is no point to fix the old one for 40 £ when you can buy a new one for 50 £.

The second question is what printer I should buy ?

If you need only to  print some papers few times  a week go for a cheap one Epson printer , they are good enough for your needs and ink is cheap, when you want to print a lot go for Hp printers they cost a bit more and ink is more expensive.

 

If you need help I can buy for you and set it up if you are ready to pay a bit more for my service .

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IT Jobs: A promising Future

by: Irishnewjob


Information technology has entered almost in all sphere of our life. From electricity bill payment to shopping all are related and affected by IT in some way to other. Industries are automating their task to cut down manual labour cost. Home appliances, industrial machines, watch, automobiles are using software to enhance the quality of products. As a result demand for IT professionals is high in the market.

IT jobs are promising, it offers hefty salary package with the immense opportunity to grow and expand your career. If you are expert in your field and have good knowledge on your subject then you can easily get handsome salary package. All you need to have to build your career in It industry is right degree and skill, it is the only qualification you need to make your career in IT industry. If your are fresher and looking for primary level IT jobs then internet could help you in finding your avenue but for specialist level and higher standard, IT jobs you have to rely on your professional contact as most of the organisations did not disclose higher level job opening at job portals.

You can start your IT career as a software engineer, web developer, database manager and IT Hardware professional. To accelerate your IT career it is important to update your skill from time to time. Learn industry level skill and enhance your capability. Course offered by SAP and Oracle are very promising though it is not easy to clear these exams but once you become SAP or Oracle certified professional you value will increase in the industry.

Searching IT Jobs is not a tough job there are various online portals and IT recruitment companies dealing in IT jobs. Job portals are more useful as there you can see different openings posted by numbers of IT companies. IT jobs are promising; it is one of the well-paid industries with fast growth rate. Start hunting for your dream IT job with online portals and give right shape to your career.

“Send your resume to online job portals for IT job and get hired by best IT companies.”

SEO Strategy – Article Marketing as a Link Building Tool

SEO Strategy – Article Marketing as a Link Building Tool

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Link building is critical to your online success and article marketing is said to be one of the best ways to build links. Why do you need to build links? Basically its quality backlinks that to a large extent help determine your rank in the search engines. Most SEO strategies you undertake is for receiving links to your site so you can get to the coveted number one spot.

Article marketing involves using articles to expose your site. The more people know of, and about you, the better your chances for getting links. This will eventually lead to more traffic, to pull you up in the search engine rankings. Submitting articles to the various article directories is one of the best ways to achieve this. What you do is, submit original quality articles to the top ranking directories. You can easily do a Google search to find them. Ezine Articles is ranked among them.

When your article has been approved and published, you’ll get a link from the particular directory leading back to your site. But wait, it gets even better. You can generate even more links from other website owners if they find your article interesting enough to publish it on their own site. This is dependent on them leaving your original resource box intact of course.

Let’s be quite honest here, article marketing can be challenging for some people. If you don’t enjoy writing that’s one thing, you can always outsource this task. But if you don’t like writing and you’ve just started your online business on a budget then you’ll find this task more challenging. A possible solution is, to find friends or family members who don’t mind writing and are willing to help you out for free.

With article marketing, patience and consistency will have to become your two best friends. You won’t get to the top of the search engines in only a few weeks of starting an article marketing campaign. Well you could, if you were an SEO guru but, are you? So, you need to be consistent with your submissions, even if it’s just once each week.

Article marketing is a slow process of link building but it’s one way of building natural links to your site that the search engines love. They will reward you handsomely for your efforts by pulling you up the ranks in time, if you remain patient, consistent and keep writing quality articles.

Tom Denton invites you to check out http://www.seo-ninja.net/ – where you’ll get more solutions to your SEO problems, delivered in an easy step-by-step action guide.

DON’T BACK UP YOUR PHOTOS

01. LEAVE THE CAMERA AT HOME

The best camera is the one you have with you – even if it’s on your smart phone. Not every photo you take is photography competition material, or is of commercial value. Regardless, a huge megapixel count and optimum lens quality on a DSLR is useless if left at home.

02. RELY ON A SINGLE MEMORY CARD

Those little storage cards are hugely expensive, but the temptation to be frugal will bite you on the bum. Murphy’s Law states that your memory card will fill up precisely when you’re shooting that ‘money shot’; when the light is right; or when the entire group is all smiling at you. The remedy? Buy more memory cards.

03. DON’T BACK UP YOUR PHOTOS

I know a friend who fills up a memory card with images, then buys another, fill that up, then buys another – a dangerous habit! He recently confessed he’s lost some of his precious photos. Personally, I have experienced the pain of having a hard drive fail, losing more than a year’s commercial photography work. To be super-secure, you really should store your photographs in three different locations.

04. CHIMP

Constantly checking your images on the LCD display is called chimping. Nothing wrong with it, except if you’re into street photography, or at a wedding or party. You may miss that decisive moment, as you’re too engrossed in the perfectionistic tendency of chimping.

05. SHOOT FROM EYE LEVEL

Amateur shutterbugs tend to hold the camera at head-height. However, this will produce predictable results. When shooting in a location, learn to ‘work the scene’. Drop to your knees, or even lie on the ground, searching for fresh angles. An aerial perspective can be stunning. Remember that the best tool of composition is your feet.

06. FAIL TO CONSIDER THE BACKGROUND

Look for a simple background behind your subject. For example, avoid having a telephone pole (in the distance) that appears to protrude from a person’s head. If you have a long lens, you can employ a narrow depth-of-field to blur the background. This will isolate your subject from the clutter beyond, achieving a degree of separation.

07. CENTRE THE SUBJECT

Ignore the rules of composition at your peril. If you want your photos to stand out, learn and use the Rule of Thirds, rather than place your focal point bang in the middle, like most folks do, (in blissful ignorance). Or, add dynamic by tilting your camera at an angle. Don’t forget to try different types of framing: portrait orientation versus landscape orientation. Or even a really wide panoramic crop.

08. SHOOT ONLY IN BRIGHT DAYLIGHT

Confession time… I am guilty of this. Because I trained back in the bad old days of film, when strong light was necessary to capture good images, I became a fair-weather photographer. Also, I used compact digital cameras for a decade, which were hopeless in low light situations. So I was infatuated with clear, blue skies, as cloudy skies often washed out into a white haze.

However, under a harsh, midday sun, shadows are short and therefore objects do not look three-dimensional, lacking form. Human subjects may squint into the sun, or blink. Worse, they may have an ugly ‘sun-dial’ effect under their noses! Better to pose people in the shade.

Landscapers should learn to work with softer, diffused light – this is mandatory for waterfall scenes. Thunderclouds overhead will introduce a sense of foreboding that blue skies cannot. Golden hour lighting will exude warmer tones and longer shadows.

09. DON’T READ THE CAMERA MANUAL

Same old story: you buy a new camera, put the box away and the camera’s manual stays inside the plastic bag. Perhaps you were too eager to use your new gadget. Well, now it’s time to dig out the manual, and attack it with a highlighter pen.

Be methodical, and diligently work through each function of your camera. You may find features you didn’t know existed!

10. SHOOT ON AUTO

If you haven’t read the camera manual, your photos may suffer from the restrictions of shooting in Automatic mode. Modern cameras are amazing, and can produce great results on Auto, but not consistently. Better to take control yourself. Learn the semi-automatic shooting modes, such as Shutter or Aperture Priority. Then, if you are brave, try shooting on Manual.

11. THINK THAT POST-PROCESSING CAN FIX ANYTHING

This is a lazy habit to fall into. It’s much better to get a shot right in-camera, including the correct exposure, as blown-out highlights cannot be retrieved later. Another consideration is ensuring that the horizon is straight, or you will lose the edges of your image when rotating then cropping it on a computer. Use the 3×3 grid on your LCD display, or a spirit level fitted on the hot shoe.

If you shoot landscapes, buy some ND and ND Grad filters. The most useful filter is the Polariser, the effects of which cannot be replicated using software. Finally, it’s better to do a bit of gardening, removing distractions from a scene, than be forced to clone them out in Photoshop – tedious work!

12. SHOOT ONLY JPEGS

JPEG files are compressed. Unfortunately, this narrows the dynamic range of your photographs, and changes the colour, according to the camera’s presets. This can’t be undone. Shoot using the RAW file format, as this is more forgiving. RAW allows you the latitude to correct exposure and colour, as well as sharpen the image, on computer software. Think of RAW files as digital negatives, that need processing and fine tuning.

13. POST TOO MANY PHOTOS

We all take poor pictures, badly exposed or blurry… but there’s no need to inflict these on the unsuspecting public! Carefully select only your best images, then process these on the computer.

Also, display a variety of images on social media, or online galleries, but limit these to 3-5. Essentially, don’t submit minor variations of the same shot.

So, what’s your score? How many bad habits can you identify with?

Tick these habits and tally up your total.

SCORING

1-3 habits. Wow! You are disciplined, and must have done a few photography courses.

4-6 habits. Not bad. But there is room for improvement.

7-9 habits. Don’t despair; there’s still hope for you.

10-13 habits. You need professional help!

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