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PostHeaderIcon How fast can you drop? EntreCard dropping tips and tricks

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Well? What if I told you that you can drop much more faster than you used to, would you believe me? Try this for a change.

Download The EntreCard Bookmarks. (Note the updated date)

First you need to get Firefox . I think you already know that Firefox browser works faster than any other browser out there, am I right? Plus, there are a lot of add-ons out there to make it even more faster than it should.

Then you need to get this add-ons called NoScript and install it. Why do you need that? Well, for starter, have you ever got bored with all of those links around the EntreCard widget that pops up some sort of windows or snapshots when you’re trying to click the "Drop" button and the popup windows keeps blocking the "Drop" button? It’s like a land mine. All of the link bomb laying around it, if you makes a wrong move, BOOM!!! a popups windows will appear. This add-ons can fixed that annoying stuff from appearing and it will load the sites much faster when it blocked all those annoying scripts. Here’s how you should configure NoScript. You’ll find this in the NoScript options.

And you have to add "" and "" in the whitelist!

Here’s the best part, disable all the image. If you’re a "Power Dropper" then you’ll love this. You know how much time you save when you disable that? A lot!!! Imagine that you’re loading a photography site, how long will it takes to load the sites with all the image? How can you do that? Here’s how. In Firefox, click "Tools" then "Options" and you’ll get this.

Deselect the option "Load images automatically" then click the "Exceptions" and add "" and "" then click "Allow" because we need to allow the images from EntreCard. We don’t want to block it. Other than that, it will be blocked.

And the last tips, if you’re using your "Inbox" to drop your card then you should probably stop right here. But if you finished dropping from your "Inbox" and haven’t reach your 300 daily limit then continue using this method to fill it all. Use a bookmark! Not just a bookmark, but an organized bookmark. How does it work? Well, for the first time, it’s going to take a while to organized it. Once you’re finished organizing it then your drop will be much faster than before, I promise you that. First create a new folder in your bookmark and name it "Top Right" and in that folder create 10 folder groups in it. Do you see where I’m going here? Then create another folder and name it "Top Left" and "Scroll Right" and "Scroll Left" and "Bottom Right" and finally "Bottom Left" and create 10 folder groups in each of those folder just like the previous one.

Now, go on and bookmark your favorites sites. See where the widget is and bookmark it and arrange it in a proper category. If the sites have the widget on the top right then save it in the "Top Right" category folder. Go figure! Bookmark all you want, and save at least 20 or 30 sites in your folder group so that you can open it all at once later. So, how is that going to make you drop faster? Simple, you’ll know where the widget is located without having to search for it everytime you load a site. How much time have you wasted there when you’re searching for the widget when you’re not using an organized bookmark?

To make your life easier or if you’re lazy enough or you’re screwed and don’t know how to create your own organized bookmark, here’s an organized bookmark that I’ve saved using my "Inbox" for the past couple of weeks.

Download The EntreCard Bookmarks. (Note the updated date)

Save the file and import it to your Firefox bookmarks.

So, did it change your dropping style? Did you drop much faster than you used to? You got a better way to do it? please, do tell us about it. I’m eager to hear it. If you want to make a badge for this and link it to this post, be my guest.

*** UPDATE ***

Another updated tips that I forgot to mention. When you’re using Firefox and open the bookmarks using the "Open All in Tabs" it will open all the sites in multiple tabs. To close down the multiple tabs, use CTRL+F4 or CTRL+W (Windows user) after you click the "Drop" button. That way, you don’t have to move your mouse over the "x" close tabs button. Just focus your mouse to the "Drop" button and let your other hand do the CTRL+F4 clicking to close down the tabs.  That will surely speeds up your dropping for sure. :w00t:

*** Another Update ***

So, how to import the bookmarks? Here’s a simple guide.

In your Firefox "Bookmarks" menu, select "Organize Bookmarks…" or you can press the shortcut key CTRL+SHIFT+B and it will open this window.

See that? Select the "Import HTML…" and this window will pops!

Now, select "From an HTML File" and click "Next" then select the "EC-bookmarks.html" file that you’ve just downloaded and click "Open" and you’re done! Check your bookmark and see if there’s a new category named "EntreCard Bookmarks" :wink:

*** Yet another Update ***

You can find some useful keyboard shortcuts to use with Firefox here.

Firefox keyboard shortcuts for Windows users. :blink:

Firefox keyboard shortcuts for Linux users. :devil:

Firefox keyboard shortcuts for Mac OS users. :happy:

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PostHeaderIcon Firefox with SeoQuake add-ons

Surfing the net is fun, but if you surf with a little knowledge then you’ll get some benefits for it. I’m surfing with Firefox with a little add-ons called SeoQuake . What does it do?

Seoquake is a Mozilla Firefox extension aimed primarily at helping web masters who deal with search engine optimization and internet promotion of web sites. Seoquake allows to obtain and investigate many important SEO parameters of the internet…

What it do is what all webmasters needs! Info! Info! Info! That’s it, it will show all the info about the site you’re visiting such as Google PR, backlinks, indexed page, Alexa rank, internal link, external link and much much more.

The best part that I love about it is that it show the numbers of the "nofollow" link of the particular sites that I’m visiting. It makes it easier for me to determine that the site is a "Do Follow" blog/sites or NOT! The thing is that you CAN’T always trust the "Do Follow" badge. It’s all CRAP!!! Some webmasters display the badge and set their blog "nofollow" in the comment sections. And some webmasters are just plain stupid! They don’t even know what that even means! They see that people use the badge and they figure that they should have it too without even knowing what it means.

Enough of the blabbering, if you’re a webmaster then you probably need this add-ons. Here’s a little snapshot.

The add-ons even shows the info in your search results. You have to configure the add-ons to suite your needs. So, what are you waiting for. Get SeoQuake now! :w00t:

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