Archive for March, 2017

Creating An Online Business

Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

The first kind of businesses that you can create when looking to create an online business would be a website which serves a particular niche in the market. Many people have done on this and this is often done by trying to find an underserved niche, building a website, and then profiting off of this small but profitable match. A great place to find more information on this particular topic would be Here the author has created a website which finds underserved niches which you could potentially build a website around. When you’re building a website, you’re going to want to find cheap keywords that you can use to help build your business as well as create good content. By creating the content and then creating back links between yourself and other websites, you’ll be setting yourself up to have a high page rank with Google. By using AdWords to bring traffic to your website and then also developing your natural search engine traffic through building up a website, you will have built yourself a very solid business. This is just one way of creating online business.

Another way to you can build and create an online business is through eBay. This is an area which was particularly hot several years ago and still remains a solid business proposition. Many people are able to make a full-time income on eBay. You will need to find a wholesaler where you can get products at a discount to sell on eBay. The general idea when working on selling on eBay is to find a drop shipper. A definition of a drop shipper is a wholesaler sells you a product and will ship the product to a customer. You will buy the product at the wholesale price and then make money on the difference between what you buy the product for and sell the product for on eBay. Using the wholesaler allows you to focus on selling the product without worrying about stocking the product. You do not need to worry about any sort of shipping or backend but you will want to make sure that everything gets sent out. If there are problems with shipments, the customer will be coming back to you and not to the wholesaler too. If you go to, you will find the best wholesale shipping directory on the Internet.

These are two of the different ideas in creating an online business. There are many ways to make money on the Internet but these are two proven methods. You will not have to use a lot of money up front to create these particular online businesses and these businesses can be something that you will have a great deal of success with.

Android Scams That You Must Be Aware Of

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017

It’s unfortunate, but there are a lot of scammers out there looking to steal personal and financial information from Android devices. But don’t fret, we’re here to help you stay safe. These are the Android scams you should know about and how you can avoid getting caught in them.

Text message phishing scam

Phishing scams use deceiving messages to entice you to provide personal information to thieves. This could include financial details, phone numbers, addresses, social security numbers, birth dates and more.

How a text message phishing scam works is a message comes from what seems like a legitimate institution like a bank, government agency, insurance company, etc. The scammers first try to gain your confidence so they probably won’t ask for personal information right away. Usually, you’ll be redirected.

One text phishing scams is a trickster tells you that your bank account has been stolen and needs to be verified. The message then prompts you input bank login details, personal information or a PIN into a link they provide. Once inputted, your information is stolen.

You can avoid this scam by never trusting a text message from an unknown source. Even if a message looks legitimate it should still be verified before any action is taken. If it’s from a bank just pick up the phone can call them directly. Then you’ll know for sure.

Look-alike apps

Cyber thieves are creating apps which look and function like legitimate apps but are actually malware that steals personal or financial information, tracks locations and communicates with contacts and scams them as well. This doesn’t just happen with APKs. Some of these apps can be found in Google Play.

Fishy APKs are pretty well known and can be avoided by ensuring they’re always download from a reliable source. Check out our APK file guide to make sure you’re safe. There are also plenty of apps in Google Play that are there to scam Android owners. Make sure you check the app’s permissions and don’t trust all reviews.

One recent scam was the ‘exclusive’ version of WhatsApp dubbed ‘WhatsApp Gold’. This is fake and when it’s downloaded your phone is immediately infected with malware. There are other WhatsApp scams out there too like ‘WhatsApp Plus’. Only download the updates from WhatsApp itself and don’t trust any upgrades.
Tech support scam

Tech support or ‘high-tech’ scams have been around since the late 90s. They started out with desktops and have since moved to smartphones. What happens is a call from someone who says they are the tech support for your service provider or device manufacturer. This person then tried to elicit personal information.

One of the biggest tech support scams is the ‘ransomware’ scam. The ‘tech support’ person claims your device has been infected with a virus and they are there to help you but only if you pay for the service first. Then they attempt to get you to make a purchase through a phony site or just ask for credit card details over the phone.

Whenever you receive a message or call from someone who claims to be there to help, be cautious. If your phone was compromised a legitimate provider would not use that device to solve the issue. If you get one of these calls, hang up, and call your service provider from the number on the website.

Repair store scam

Not all Android device repair shops are created equal. Some of them are owned or staffed by thieves. If you bring your phone into one of these disreputable establishments your data can be stolen or hardware switched out for worse equipment.

One of the most common violations of data privacy with scam repair shops is when they break into a device. This does not always mean they steal data but it nevertheless is not desired. If you bring a device in to get the battery or screen repaired don’t assume the shop will not get into your phone. Even the most encrypted screen lock will not help because they can bypass this.

If you need a repair be sure to shop around before settling. And the chain places aren’t always better. There could be a rogue employee there. Your data is not safe even at trusted establishments and any sensitive information should be scrubbed before bringing in your Android device.

In-depth APK File Explanation And How To Install It

Monday, March 20th, 2017

If you own an Android device you will likely have heard of an APK file at some point, and possibly wondered what an APK is. Understanding this is essential if you want to start downloading leaked apps or customizing your Android experience further than would be possible using the Play Store alone. In our guide you’ll learn what APK files are, how to download them, and finally, how to install them.

What is an APK File?

Just like Windows (PC) systems use an .exe file for installing software, Android does the same. An APK file is the file format used for installing software on the Android operating system.

Why would I want to install an APK File?

APK files of new Android builds are often leaked ahead of time, giving you early access to all the exciting new features that otherwise wouldn’t be available to you. Also, some apps are restricted to regions and outside of yours.

APK files also allow you to bypass carriers to get the latest Google updates, which can take a frustrating amount of time to arrive via an over-the-air update from your network. And if your Android device lacks access to the Google Play Store, APK files may be your only option for installing apps on your device.

Be careful though, you don’t want to download stolen apps. Some APK services let you download pirated apps. This is illegal and should be avoided. Do some research before you download so you don’t do anything against the law.

How to install APK Files from your computer

There are many sources of APK files across the web, but be sure to choose a site you trust. Some APK files may contain malicious software (malware) which could compromise your phone’s security. It is best to be cautious before downloading or installing any app from outside of the Play Store. Generally speaking, APK files found on sites like APK Mirror should be safer to download than from elsewhere, but read some reviews and user comments before downloading or installing an APK.

Firstly, you must find an APK file you want. Search online for an APK file and download it to an easy-to-find location on your computer (like your desktop). Before you can install it on your phone you will need to make sure that third-party apps are allowed on your device. Go to Menu > Settings > Security > and check Unknown Sources to allow your phone to install apps from sources other than the Google Play Store. If you like, you can also download an app like ES File Explorer (click the link below) so you can easily find files on your Android device.

Once you’ve downloaded the APK file on your computer, connect your device to it. At this point, you may be asked if you want to charge your phone or connect it as a ‘media device.’ Choose Media device. Then, find your phone’s folder on your computer. It will be in ‘My Computer’ or ‘Computer’ on Windows (PC). Then, copy the APK file into a folder of your choice in your Android smartphone.

You will now be able to search for the file location in the My files folder of your device. Find the APK file, tap it, then hit Install. And now you’re done, congratulations, you have your app. Just open it up from your smartphone and make sure it works properly. If it doesn’t, repeat the process with a different APK file. You may have to try a different APK site.

How to install an APK from your Android device

You can also install APK files from the browser on your Android smartphone or tablet. Just open your browser, find the APK file you want to download and tap it – you should then be able to see it downloading on the top bar of your device. Once it’s downloaded, open Downloads, tap on the APK file, and tap Yes when prompted. The app will begin installing on your device. Simple