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It's a not-so-happy Friday when your workflow is interrupted by an unwanted internet skank like MacKeeper.

This morning, my browser (Safari) was hijacked by an annoying piece of malware called MacKeeper. Even after I closed and re-opened the browser, it kept redirecting to the same site, allowing me NO option to close or go around it.

If this has happened to you, here’s how to fix it.

  1. Quit (or force quit if necessary) Safari
  2. In Finder, hold Option while pulling down the Go menu and select Library. (Note that the Library choice only appears while Option is held down.) This opens your user Library folder, which contains all sorts of settings and configuration files.
  3. In the your Library folder, open the Saved Application State subfolder.
  4. Inside Saved Application State, find the com.apple.Safari.savedState subfolder. This folder contains information about open windows and tabs, to allow Safari to reopen them automatically.
  5. Move the com.apple.Safari.savedState folder (and only that folder) to the trash.
  6. Reopen Safari. It should open a single window, showing your default start page. Your bookmarks etc should be intact, and all of the previously opened windows and tabs (including the obnoxious MacKeeper one) should be gone.

Here's to happier Fridays!


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Doesn't it just drive you crazy to see how many people are visiting your site, yet you know virtually nothing about them?

Well, the time has come for you to regain your sanity. Our new system will help you organize your marketing campaigns, maximize your ROI, and drive more sales.

Viewing key performance metrics, knowing which forms are driving lead conversion, and one-click lead export are just 3 of the system's powerful features.

In the second sneak preview of our upcoming automated marketing system, this video highlights the Visitor Insights features of the system. If you haven't seen the first video, preview the VisitorID feature that helps you identify anonymous webite visitors.

Request to be added to the list of scheduled demos.

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This is a question that gets asked a lot, as we work with a client to develop a new logo, tagline or even company name -so I thought I would share my advice, because many of you may also be wondering... Should I get a trademark?

With the millions of logo designs across the world, there’s no sure way to know that your logo is completely unique, however there are methods that I consider (and apply as) best practices to decrease your chances of infringing on someone else’s design.

You can use the power of Google to do a reverse image search.

With reverse image search, you can use a picture as your search to find related images from around the web.

To strengthen your results, you can also add a descriptive word like “logo” in the search box. Your results will reveal images that are similar to yours, web results for pages that include matching images, and other sizes of the image you searched for. This is a quick and easy way to get an idea of possible duplicates out there. 

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Identify anonymous site visitors who make up 98% of website traffic!

In April we'll begin to offer an exciting new automated marketing system that can literally revolutionize the way you perform marketing.

There are so many features that will be totally new to you, we decided to create this blog series to give a sneak preview of the key features one at a time. First up is how you can identify the people visiting your website.

Meet Visitor ID, your new best friend:

Request to be added to the list of scheduled demos.

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