How To Write Quality Content For Blog

How To Write Quality Content For Blog
Quality Content

The most important factor to make any blog successful is quality content . Without quality content on your blog , you will never be able to get high traffic from search engines. Following are the guidelines that you should follow to write quality content for your blog.
Stop worrying about seo and just follow these four simple rules to write best quality content for blog that your users will love as well as Google and other search engines .

  •  Never copy your post content from other sources on internet. Even if you have to copy some text e.g Quote , always give a link back to source of the content . Make sure you link to a high quality source site and not some spamy site with little authority.
  •  Always keep your readers in mind when you are writing your blog posts . Don't write posts for search engines but for people who are going to read it . Make sure that your content is useful for readers.
  • Don't fill your content with unnecessary keywords . Keyword stuffing makes your content hard to read and even search engines don't like it.
  • Always write original content . And try to maintain a reasonable length of your articles. about 500 words tend to be enough for any blog post. try to have a lower limit of about 300 words at least. There is no upper limit as long as you don't put unrelated information in your post content.

Tips For Writing High-Quality Articles

  • 1) Researching for a topic:
    We just cannot pick up a topic and write about it. In order to make your content worth appreciation, you need to have proper knowledge on the topic. This is where research comes in.
    You can research your upcoming blog post by any of the following methods:
    1) Wikipedia: Wikipedia is the first and foremost resource when you want to get the basic information as well as data statistics of a subject. But, sometimes this does not just fit all. Wikipedia can sometimes be biased or has information that can be manipulated. In that case, you can include the following tools for research:
    2) Google scholar: Google scholar is my go-to source when it writing on topics that need references from university articles, thesis by experts and other published research papers.
    3) Google books: Citing quotes and references from books under public domain can be a great add for your blog post. You can customize Google books to source such information for your upcoming blog posts. Project Gutenberg is the largest collection of free books that you can edit, twist and use for your commercial blog posts.
    Other such places, where you can find hidden knowledge to make your post outstanding are The Internet Archive which has way too much information that sometimes can be a gold mine, Google Public data also has some wonderful resources based on your niche.
    Writing headlines:
    People have an average attention span of just 8 seconds and no matter how intriguing your blog post is, no one will read it if they are not convinced that it is worth their time within the first few seconds.
    So, you have to make your headlines or titles so smart that they just cast a spell on your readers. A boring headline can drive them out even if the content inside is rich in information.
    Similarly, a headline that doesn’t deliver its promise will irk your reader and he will never trust your site again. That’s how important headlines are!
    Here is an ultimate resource of headlines that work on any content type.
    Writing the researched data into a well-formatted post:
    While all the researched data are valuable, it isn’t actually needed as it is. They will scare your readers away and moreover raw data is useless unless it is meaningfully processed. So follow these tips to get your writing to the next level.
    a) Start with a fact, an intriguing question or a positive hope:
    Kindling the hope of something good in the reader’s mind can keep him stuck to your post till the end. Facts will help you catch the attention of the reader. While a good hope kindling opening paragraph like the below might get all the positive attention of the reader.
    “So, how much did your fruit orchard yield this summer? What if I told you can earn threefold with that much fertilizer and half the labor done? Recent developments in machinery farming equipment have really made farming a single man’s quest.”
    As you will notice I started by giving them the hope of earning 3X which is very positive and the reader will surely read further to know how.
    b) Do not limit yourself to one-dimensional reader:
    In that above paragraph, I started by asking a question to my readers (agriculture or big orchard owners) on the earnings on their farm this year. I never said or gave them a finite number. If I would have said, “I hope you earned above 50$” it would have been a finite question whereas many who earned more or less than that would not read my post further.
    Secondly, I did not lure them saying you can make 500$ (again a finite number) more from your farm. I said they can earn three times more which indicates it can be 150$ for someone who earned 50$ and 3000$ for someone who earned 1000$ from their orchards.
    This is how I made my content appeal everyone.
     Use long tail keywords:
    Keywords are still important if you want some traffic from search engines. However, having keywords less than three to four words makes it quite broad to appeal to a single reader base.
    For example, if you (an Australian) weave your content around the keyword “car mechanic shop” you are sure to compete with millions if not billions of other car mechanic shops in the whole world.
    Another thing is even if you rank for car mechanics your readers will not be convertible because you simply are not situated near to the location.
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Basic computer troubleshooting techniques

Basic computer troubleshooting techniques

Basic computer troubleshooting techniques can help alleviate any frustration when facing a computer problem. Many people deal with computer issues regularly, sometimes they are simple to solve and sometimes they’re not, however, no matter what it is, they always cause headaches and frustrations simply because they happen. By understanding and applying some quick troubleshooting techniques, you may be able to quickly solve your problem and continue with your work as though nothing ever happened. 
Learn about different case scenarios for different situations that can help you fix those pesky computer problems when you encounter them.


Knowing basic computer troubleshooting techniques is the key to help you fix virtually any computer problem. It will save you time and money because you can be confident that you'll know what to do to fix them.

While solving computer problems can often be complex, more often than not, some basic troubleshooting will help you quickly fix the more common problems, which are often the simplest ones. Here are the ten steps you should go through to systematically troubleshoot basic computer problems:

1. Take a deep breath and don't panic. Stand up and step back from your computer. You want to approach things in a systematic, calm, and controlled manner. Panicking likely won't help solve your problem, and it could make it much worse, including causing you to lose valuable data.

2. Save your current work. Before doing anything, make sure you save your current work so that you don't lose it. Save it on the hard drive or on a floppy disk. It doesn't matter where, just make sure you save it.

3. Backup your critical data. If it looks like your hard drive may crash or the computer may not start up again, take steps to backup your critical data while it is still working and before you turn it off. Hopefully you have a recent full backup and will only have to backup your most recent documents. Consider copying the data to a network drive or burning it onto a CD-ROM.

4. Reboot your computer. Turn your computer off, let it sit for two minutes, and reboot it. Sometimes one command of the hundreds a computer executes every second can cause corrupted memory or other temporary unexplainable problems. Rebooting will clear out all the gremlins and gives everything a fresh-start.

5. Is everything plugged in properly? Asking this a question may seem very basic, but you will be surprised how often it can often be the fix you are looking for. Cables get bumped or work themselves loose over time. Make sure they are all snug and tight. If you want to look under the hood, and are comfortable doing so, ideally you should check the cables and connections within your computer case as well. You should also make sure all cards and memory are firmly seated by gently but firmly pushing them into their respective slots.

6. Ask yourself what you did last. Did your problems start just after you installed new software programs or updated hardware drivers? This can be a great clue as to the source of a problem.

7. Is your PC Hardware Correct? Wrong PC hardware is often the source of problems. To check your hardware, right-click on My Computer, select Properties, click on the Hardware tab, and then the Device Manager button. This will open the Device Manager dialog box. It lists all the hardware devices on your computer. Devices that aren't working properly will have a yellow exclamation mark next to them. Double-click on the problem devices to open a dialog box that may have details on the problem, and a listing of suggestions on how to fix it.

8. Check you computer for Viruses. Run a complete system scan with your anti-virus software (make sure you update your virus definitions before you run the scan). You can do a free online scan at TrendMicro's Web site (http://www.trendmicro.com/). You should also scan your computer for adware, spyware, or other malware with a product like Ad-aware (http://www.lavasoftusa.com/) or SpyBot (http://www.safer-networking.org/). Scanning your machine with two of these products can be helpful as sometimes you will find something that one product missed.

9. Install software or driver updates. If it seems one program or hardware device is acting up, check the manufacturer's Web site for updates. The code in most software is thousands if not millions of lines long and it is impossible for software companies to find all the bugs in their programs. As users discover problems, software and hardware manufacturers often release revised software or updated drivers that include new code to address newly discovered problems.



10. Check for online support. If you get as far as this step, your problem is probably more complex. Most hardware and software manufacturers now have extensive support information online in searchable databases. These are often called Knowledge Bases. Microsoft's support page is at http://support.microsoft.com/. Odds are someone else has already experienced the same problem you have, and you can often a solution online. Good luck with your troubleshooting.
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How to 'unlock' secret Netflix categories

How to 'unlock' secret Netflix categories

Sometimes when you’re browsing Netflix, you spend more time searching for something you want to watch than actually watching something. We all do it.

However, did you know that there are “secret” codes you can enter in the search bar to pull up a specific genre if you what type of movie or show you want to watch, but aren’t sure which exact one.
Here’s the trick:

To search the subgenres, simply type in your computer the basic url ending with the category code.
 For example: http://www.netflix.com/browse/genre/1365 would bring up the category “Action and Adventure.”

Try it for yourself, below is a list of categories:


Action & Adventure: 1365
Action Comedies: 43040
Action Sci-Fi & Fantasy: 1568
Action Thrillers: 43048
Adult Animation: 11881
Adventures: 7442
African Movies: 3761
Alien Sci-Fi: 3327
Animal Tales: 5507
Anime: 7424
Anime Action: 2653
Anime Comedies: 9302
Anime Dramas: 452
Anime Fantasy: 11146
Anime Features: 3063
Anime Horror: 10695
Anime Sci-Fi: 2729
Anime Series: 6721
Art House Movies: 29764
Asian Action Movies: 77232
Australian Movies: 5230
B-Horror Movies: 8195
Baseball Movies: 12339
Basketball Movies: 12762
Belgian Movies: 262
Biographical Documentaries: 3652
Biographical Dramas: 3179
Boxing Movies: 12443
British Movies: 10757
British TV Shows: 52117
Campy Movies: 1252
Children & Family Movies: 783
Chinese Movies: 3960
Classic Action & Adventure: 46576
Classic Comedies: 31694
Classic Dramas: 29809
Classic Foreign Movies: 32473
Classic Movies: 31574
Classic Musicals: 32392
Classic Romantic Movies: 31273
Classic Sci-Fi & Fantasy: 47147
Classic Thrillers: 46588
Classic TV Shows: 46553
Classic War Movies: 48744
Classic Westerns: 47465
Comedies: 6548
Comic Book and Superhero Movies: 10118
Country & Western/Folk: 1105
Courtroom Dramas: 2748
Creature Features: 6895
Crime Action & Adventure: 9584
Crime Documentaries: 9875
Crime Dramas: 6889
Crime Thrillers: 10499
Crime TV Shows: 26146
Cult Comedies: 9434
Cult Horror Movies: 10944
Cult Movies: 7627
Cult Sci-Fi & Fantasy: 4734
Cult TV Shows: 74652
Dark Comedies: 869
Deep Sea Horror Movies: 45028
Disney: 67673
Disney Musicals: 59433
Documentaries: 6839
Dramas: 5763
Dramas based on Books: 4961
Dramas based on real life: 3653
Dutch Movies: 10606
Eastern European Movies: 5254
Education for Kids: 10659
Epics: 52858
Experimental Movies: 11079
Faith & Spirituality: 26835
Faith & Spirituality Movies: 52804
Family Features: 51056
Fantasy Movies: 9744
Film Noir: 7687
Food & Travel TV: 72436
Football Movies: 12803
Foreign Action & Adventure: 11828
Foreign Comedies: 4426
Foreign Documentaries: 5161
Foreign Dramas: 2150
Foreign Gay & Lesbian Movies: 8243
Foreign Horror Movies: 8654
Foreign Movies: 7462
Foreign Sci-Fi & Fantasy: 6485
Foreign Thrillers: 10306
French Movies: 58807
Gangster Movies: 31851
Gay & Lesbian Dramas: 500
German Movies: 58886
Greek Movies: 61115
Historical Documentaries: 5349
Horror Comedy: 89585
Horror Movies: 8711
Independent Action & Adventure: 11804
Independent Comedies: 4195
Independent Dramas: 384
Independent Movies: 7077
Independent Thrillers: 3269
Indian Movies: 10463
Irish Movies: 58750
Italian Movies: 8221
Japanese Movies: 10398
Jazz & Easy Listening: 10271
Kids Faith & Spirituality: 751423
Kids Music: 52843
Kids’ TV: 27346
Korean Movies: 5685
Korean TV Shows: 67879
Late Night Comedies: 1402
Latin American Movies: 1613
Latin Music: 10741
Martial Arts Movies: 8985
Martial Arts, Boxing & Wrestling: 6695
Middle Eastern Movies: 5875
Military Action & Adventure: 2125
Military Documentaries: 4006
Military Dramas: 11
Military TV Shows: 25804
Miniseries: 4814
Mockumentaries: 26
Monster Movies: 947
Movies based on children’s books: 10056
Movies for ages 0 to 2: 6796
Movies for ages 2 to 4: 6218
Movies for ages 5 to 7: 5455
Movies for ages 8 to 10: 561
Movies for ages 11 to 12: 6962
Music & Concert Documentaries: 90361
Music: 1701
Musicals: 13335
Mysteries: 9994
New Zealand Movies: 63782
Period Pieces: 12123
Political Comedies: 2700
Political Documentaries: 7018
Political Dramas: 6616
Political Thrillers: 10504
Psychological Thrillers: 5505
Quirky Romance: 36103
Reality TV: 9833
Religious Documentaries: 10005
Rock & Pop Concerts: 3278
Romantic Comedies: 5475
Romantic Dramas: 1255
Romantic Favorites: 502675
Romantic Foreign Movies: 7153
Romantic Independent Movies: 9916
Romantic Movies: 8883
Russian: 11567
Satanic Stories: 6998
Satires: 4922
Scandinavian Movies: 9292
Sci-Fi & Fantasy: 1492
Sci-Fi Adventure: 6926
Sci-Fi Dramas: 3916
Sci-Fi Horror Movies: 1694
Sci-Fi Thrillers: 11014
Science & Nature Documentaries: 2595
Science & Nature TV: 52780
Screwball Comedies: 9702
Showbiz Dramas: 5012
Showbiz Musicals: 13573
Silent Movies: 53310
Slapstick Comedies: 10256
Slasher and Serial Killer Movies: 8646
Soccer Movies: 12549
Social & Cultural Documentaries: 3675
Social Issue Dramas: 3947
Southeast Asian Movies: 9196
Spanish Movies: 58741
Spiritual Documentaries: 2760
Sports & Fitness: 9327
Sports Comedies: 5286
Sports Documentaries: 180
Sports Dramas: 7243
Sports Movies: 4370
Spy Action & Adventure: 10702
Spy Thrillers: 9147
Stage Musicals: 55774
Stand-up Comedy: 11559
Steamy Romantic Movies: 35800
Steamy Thrillers: 972
Supernatural Horror Movies: 42023
Supernatural Thrillers: 11140
Tearjerkers: 6384
Teen Comedies: 3519
Teen Dramas: 9299
Teen Screams: 52147
Teen TV Shows: 60951
Thrillers: 8933
Travel & Adventure Documentaries: 1159
TV Action & Adventure: 10673
TV Cartoons: 11177
TV Comedies: 10375
TV Documentaries: 10105
TV Dramas: 11714
TV Horror: 83059
TV Mysteries: 4366
TV Sci-Fi & Fantasy: 1372
TV Shows: 83
Urban & Dance Concerts: 9472
Vampire Horror Movies: 75804
Werewolf Horror Movies: 75930
Westerns: 7700
World Music Concerts: 2856
Zombie Horror Movies: 75405
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Websites to Send Large Files for Free

Websites to Send Large Files for Free

Some people need to send large files all the time and pay a hefty amount of money to do so. Most people, though, probably never even realise they can’t send large files via email until they hit that roadblock. Most mail servers (both incoming and outgoing) restrict attachment sizes to a maximum of 10MB, and often it can be even less than that.

Gmail and Yahoo allow for bigger file sharing, but even with their respective 25MB and 20MB limits, this still isn't going to be enough for some files.

You can’t opt Gmail or Outlook or Facebook to send larger files. You should opt a hosting service. For that who need to transfer large files, here we are listing top 10 sites  to send large files for free over the internet.

1. WeTransfer – Send up to 2 GB. you dont need to create an account to send files on WeTransfer.

2. OneDrive – Microsoft’s cloud solution. You can send 2 GB file per transaction.

3. JustBeamit – No more limits. Drag and drop a file on to the JustBeamIt website, it will create a 
shareable link  instantly. You just need to share the link to someone. They can download it to their computer directly.

4. Dropsend – Send up to 2 GB. Free to get started.

5. pCloud Transfer – You can send files up to 5 GB for free.

6. Infinit – You need to download Infinit desktop application. Its free for Mac and Windows. Transfers happen between your computer and the recipient’s computer directly.

7. PlusTransfer – Unlimited file. No log in required.

8. GigaTransfer – You can send up to 2 GB file per transaction.

9. FileLing – FileLing gives you a a huge 53 GB of maximum file size per transaction.


10. 99Upload – Maximum file size per upload 20 GB and gives 500 TB upload space per account in some terms and conditions. Upload the file queue and generate link. Share that link to your friends for download the file.
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List of Internet download managers

List of Internet download managers

WHAT IS A DOWNLOAD MANGER?

Download Manager is the software program dedicated to the task of downloading (and sometimes uploading). Some download managers can also be used to accelerate download speeds by downloading from multiple sources at once. So these download accelerator actually increases the speed of download up to 5 times more than the normal speed of downloading any file.
Download Managers provide many features like scanning for viruses, accelerating speed, resuming broken downloads, browsing integration, mutli-section download, sorting file type and placing them in the correct folder and many more.
You can pause and resume If you are downloading any file according to your convenience. Download managers automatically identify the files downloading and place them in right folder.

Download Accelerator Plus is a freeware download manager that increases the downloading speed 3-4 times more than the normal speed that makes it one of the fastest Download Managers.Download Accelerator Plus features Download and Video converter by which you can convert a Video file to any other format including Mp3 music file. DAPshows the information before downloading any file like video preview with which you can play your video. It gives you the best of your internet connection.

FlashGet is the fastest download managers which is easy to install and safe that provide downloading speed upto 6-10 times more than the normal downloading speed by the internet browser. It supports multiple downloading protocols like HTTP, FTP, BT, MMS, RTSP and other protocols. FlashGet It supports unlimited categories. Each category is assigned a download saving directory. The powerful management feature can support drag and drop, adding and description, search, rename, etc.


Free Download Manager works much the same as the other download managers, offering increased speeds and support for tons of download protocols like BitTorrent and FTP. This software is open source and available under the General Public License, meaning a community of developers can always improve it. The app even has a remote control feature that lets you view the list of active downloads from any computer.


Internet Download Manager (IDM) can increase your download speeds by up to 5 times, resume and schedule downloads. Comprehensive error recovery and resume capability will restart broken or interrupted downloads due to lost connections, network problems, computer shutdowns, or unexpected power outages. Simple graphic user interface makes IDM user friendly and easy to use.Internet Download Manager has a smart download logic accelerator that features intelligent dynamic file segmentation and safe multipart downloading technology to accelerate your downloads. Unlike other download managers and accelerators Internet Download Manager segments downloaded files dynamically during download process and reuses available connections without additional connect and login stages to achieve best acceleration performance.
IDM integrates into many popular web browsers like Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape, MSN Explorer, AOL, Opera, Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox, Mozilla Firebird, Avant Browser and MyIE2, to automatically handle your downloads. You can also use drag and drop files.
 

GetRight helps users with an unreliable internet connection continue their downloads where they left off, instead of having to start over from the beginning. Sometimes downloads can take hours, and having to restart from the beginning can be devastating. GetRight has automation tools to let you turn off your computer when downloads are done, saving you on your power bill. The app quickly hunts for items on the webpage for you to download.

 Website Ripper Copier is unique in that it lets you download entire websites for offline browsing or archiving. WRC offers pop-up free browsing and speeds up general browsing as well. The app is paid, but you can download a free trial before you make the commitment.

WebZIP is light on resources and basically runs on any computer. Save images, music, and other media files to keep for offline use. The app even downloads entire websites like Website Ripper Copier.



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Why do we use the '@' symbol in email addresses?

Why do we use the '@' symbol in email addresses?

The '@' symbol is used to distinguished between the User ID 'n Domain name (like hotmail,yahoo,rediff etc).
Some more facts about Email was invented in 1971 by a computer engineer,called Ray Tomlinson, who worked for Bolt Bernek and Newman(BBN)-- the company chosen by the United States Defense Department to build the first internet,way back in 1968 The '@' symbol in email addresses was chosen by Tomlinson because he wanted a keyboard character that didn't occur in people's names.It is said that he just spent just 30-40 seconds to think up the choice of symbol.
You Know the first mail which was sent (between two computer that were actually sitting besides each other),bore the text 'QWERTYUIOP'. the first row alphabets on a QWERTY keyboard
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The history of email

The history of email

Email is much older than ARPANet or the Internet. It was never invented; it evolved from very simple beginnings.


Early email was just a small advance on what we know these days as a file directory - it just put a message in another user's directory in a spot where they could see it when they logged in. Simple as that. Just like leaving a note on someone's desk.


Probably the first email system of this type was MAILBOX, used at Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1965. Another early program to send messages on the same computer was called SNDMSG.


Also Read: Top Best Free Email Service Providers


Some of the mainframe computers of this era might have had up to one hundred users -often they used what are called "dumb terminals" to access the mainframe from their work desks. Dumb terminals just connected to the mainframe - they had no storage or memory of their own, they did all their work on the remote mainframe computer.

Before internetworking began, therefore, email could only be used to send messages to various users of the same computer. Once computers began to talk to each other over networks, however, the problem became a little more complex - We needed to be able to put a message in an envelope and address it. To do this, we needed a means to indicate to whom letters should go that the electronic posties understood - just like the postal system, we needed a way to indicate an address.


This is why Ray Tomlinson is credited with inventing email in 1972. Like many of the Internet inventors, Tomlinson worked for Bolt Beranek and Newman as an ARPANET contractor. He picked the @ symbol from the computer keyboard to denote sending messages from one computer to another. So then, for anyone using Internet standards, it was simply a matter of nominating name-of-the-user@name-of-the-computer. Internet pioneer Jon Postel, who we will hear more of later, was one of the first users of the new system, and is credited with describing it as a "nice hack". It certainly was, and it has lasted to this day.


Despite what the world wide web offers, email remains the most important application of the Internet and the most widely used facility it has. Now more than 600 million people internationally use email.


By 1974 there were hundreds of military users of email because ARPANET eventually encouraged it. Email became the saviour of Arpanet, and caused a radical shift in Arpa's purpose.


Things developed rapidly from there. Larry Roberts invented some email folders for his boss so he could sort his mail, a big advance. In 1975 John Vittal developed some software to organize email. By 1976 email had really taken off, and commercial packages began to appear. Within a couple of years, 75% of all ARPANET traffic was email.


Email took us from Arpanet to the Internet. Here was something that ordinary people all over the world wanted to use.


As Ray Tomlinson observed some years later about email, "any single development is stepping on the heels of the previous one and is so closely followed by the next that most advances are obscured. I think that few individuals will be remembered." That's true - to catalogue all the developments would be a huge task.


One of the first new developments when personal computers came on the scene was "offline readers". Offline readers allowed email users to store their email on their own personal computers, and then read it and prepare replies without actually being connected to the network - sort of like Microsoft Outlook can do today.


This was particularly useful in parts of the world where telephone costs to the nearest email system were expensive. (often this involved international calls in the early days) With connection charges of many dollars a minute, it mattered to be able to prepare a reply without being connected to a telephone, and then get on the network to send it. It was also useful because the "offline" mode allowed for more friendly interfaces. Being connected direct to the host email system in this era of very few standards often resulted in delete keys and backspace keys not working, no capacity for text to "wrap around" on the screen of the users computer, and other such annoyances. Offline readers helped a lot.


The first important email standard was called SMTP, or simple message transfer protocol. SMTP was very simple and is still in use - however, as we will hear later in this series, SMTP was a fairly naïve protocol, and made no attempt to find out whether the person claiming to send a message was the person they purported to be. Forgery was (and still is) very easy in email addresses. These basic flaws in the protocol were later to be exploited by viruses and worms, and by security frauds and spammers forging identities. Some of these problems are still being addressed in 2004.


But as it developed email started to take on some pretty neat features. One of the first good commercial systems was Eudora, developed by Steve Dorner in 1988. Not long after Pegasus mail appeared.


When Internet standards for email began to mature the POP (or Post Office Protocol) servers began to appear as a standard - before that each server was a little different. POP was an important standard to allow users to develop mail systems that would work with each other.


These were the days of per-minute charges for email for individual dialup users. For most people on the Internet in those days email and email discussion groups were the main uses. These were many hundreds of these on a wide variety of topics, and as a body of newsgroups they became known as USENET.


With the World Wide Web, email started to be made available with friendly web interfaces by providers such as Yahoo and Hotmail. Usually this was without charge. Now that email was affordable, everyone wanted at least one email address, and the medium was adopted by not just millions, but hundreds of millions of people.
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How to Track the Original Location of an Email via its IP Address

How to Track the Original Location of an Email via its IP Address

When you receive an email, you receive more than just the message. The email comes with headers that carry important information that can tell where the email was sent from and possibly who sent it. For that, you would need to find the IP address of the sender. The tutorial below can help you find the IP address of the sender.
Note that this will not work if the sender uses anonymous proxy servers.
Also, note that if you receive an email sent from a Gmail account through the web browser, you may not be able to find the real IP address because Google hides the real IP address of the sender. However, if someone sends you a mail from his/her Gmail account using a client like Thunderbird, Outlook or Apple Mail, you can find the originating IP address.

Find Email Sender IP in Gmail

  • Login to your Gmail Account
  • Open the mail, for which you want to view the IP address of the sender
  • On the right side of mail Click on down arrow and click on Show Original (As shown in Screenshot)
How To Find & Trace Email Sender IP Address In Gmail
  • Search for Received: from and IP address of the sender would be between [] braces. IP address can be in IPv4 or IPv6.
How To Find & Trace Email Sender IP Address In Gmail
How To Find & Trace Email Sender IP Address In Gmail

Find Email Sender IP in Yahoo

  • Login to your Yahoo Mail Account
  • Open the mail, for which you want to view the IP address of the sender
  • On the top of mail there is More option, Click on More and Click View Full HeaderHow To Find & Trace Email Sender IP Address In Yahoo
  • Search for Received: from. If you do not find that instance than you search for X-Originating-IPinstance in the Full header. IP address is likely to be between [] braces.
How To Find & Trace Email Sender IP Address In Yahoo

Find Email Sender IP in Hotmail

  • Login to your Hotmail Account
  • Open the mail, for which you want to view the IP address of the sender
  • On the Right side of the mail Click on Actions and click View message Source
How To Find & Trace Email Sender IP Address In Hotmail
  • Search for Received: from and you will likely to get IP address in the same line within [] braces.
  • By using above tutorial you can easily find the Email Sender IP address. IP address is like to occur in IPv4 or IPv6. Here after I am sharing the guide for How to trace the IP address of the Email Sender. Tracing could be easily done from some online utilities or websites.

    How to trace Email Sender IP address

    TraceIP

    TraceIP.net is works with tracing of both IPv4 and IPv6 IP address. It provide you with full details of the IP address along with geographical location and much more interesting information that you would love to have it.

    IpTrackerOnline

    This utility is likely to work with only IPv4 version IP address. It pops up the categorized information which you would like to go through. Other than these utility there are much more available. Explore more.
    Hope you enjoyed and helped you in some way. Share with your friends.
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