Well if you found this article, I am guessing you might be unemployed and it sucks, I know. Well today here is a review on a website that hopefully will help you find a job that you are looking for. So today’s review is on a new job hunting website called Trud. Trud works by switching jobs into two different groups – cities and industry. So if you was looking for edinburgh jobs, you would simply click that city which would then load all jobs in that area.
The website works by pulling in other job entries from other points on the World Wide Web so the jobs you find on the website is up to date. Features wise it includes being able to get email updates related to the areas you want (such as getting emailed for all new updates for lets say around Edinburgh) Continue reading →
I am sure that many of my readers and more so the people who found this article via a search engine knows about the massive health gains about joining a gym (and proper dieting) but if you are like the many others – you do not know where the best deals are.
Well thankfully finding gym membership that works around the traditional contracts in which you pay monthly, PayasUgym is an idea based on the pay as you go model in which you up credit on their website, then you simply going to a gym that is taking part and that is it. Continue reading →
As I am sure you know, Tweaked for your Pleasure is hosted on a few nodes at vps.net. While it is sad to say that originally my experiences at VPS.NET was okay, I ended up leaving them due to their SAN issues.
However a while back I was sent an email about their discounted nodes and I have to say, vps.net itself has improved big time. Not only does the SAN issues seem to have gone (at least on the London clouds) but support itself seems to have improved.
My current setup with vps.net is running the latest CentOS image (others you are able to use such as Debian) and their free licence for ISPManager. With VPS.NET you are able to get a free ISPManager licence (I think it is the Pro Edition) which I warn you now, does not work well on Debian and if you are going to pick that license then make sure to select CentOS as your operating system. Continue reading →
Referral, or better known as affiliates are quite a risky business setup as you have to rely that any person you send to someone else that you would be paid for it. As I am sure some may tell but affiliate marketing is where quite a lot of income is made (and myself included).
While I have little interest in reviewing any affiliate services, the only one I am going to review is the one that is found at Co.CC. I have written about Co.CC before (such as: How to make the perfect e-mail address), have used it myself for so many throw away websites or â€œin creation/trialâ€ websites (even Just a Community and Post2Trade used Co.CC at one point) and can personally say that Co.CC is a very good service. Continue reading →
Cjb, Fasthost, The Hosting, Shacow, The Planet, Galaxy Solutions, Saidcom, Gretzkyhosting, FDCServers, DME Hosting and now BurstNET has joined the list of past web hosts / data centers that I have used over the years of Tweaked for your Pleasure life and this time I am going to write a little review on BurstNET.
Overall I would have to say my experience was good but there was some hipcups with their service but for the price they charge I don’t actually expect much else. So, for the review…
I will start of that with BurstNET support seems to be quite varied. Overall BurstNET would tend to reply within 1 – 4 hours but there have been times when posting on Web Hosting Talk actually got them to reply faster then they normally would. Maybe it is because BurstNET representative on there and jumping your tickets up but I do not know why. Continue reading →