Friday, November 25, 2016

Enjoy Black Friday deals from

Again this year, the site is featuring Black Friday deals, coupons, guides and doorbusters from major companies and retailers. Subscribers and patrons of the 15-year-old small business solution site can not only enjoy informative information but also get the latest online bargains to save money.

The Corporate Business Gifts Guide is an important part of our site and has many appropriate products for both employees and employers. It features some of the best business products from major manufacturers and companies.

The Laptop Computer Guide is another popular feature on the Bizwaremagic site and features many Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals from Dell, Apple, Alienware, HP and many more. Potential buyers or gift givers can save money by using the countless coupons and deals posted in the guide and on the site.

Not to be outdone, the site also features many guides from Amazon. Patrons can easily find the right gift by using the appropriate Amazon Guide. Making buying a gift easy & simply.

So please enjoy the Black Friday deals from

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Monday, November 30, 2015

Dell Cyber Monday Deals, Coupons & Doorbusters

Cyber Monday Deals & Coupon Codes

Just a heads up for those looking for Cyber Monday deals - we have some great deals from Dell, HP, Alienware, Toshiba... listed on our site here. This year, as in years past, we have collected all the best coupon deals and posted them on our site for our Laptop Subscribers and visitors.

Right now, Dell's first round of Doorbusters are going live... 7AM EST. All these doorbuster deals have been listed on this webpage.

Alert holiday shoppers can save up to 56% or more on popular Dell laptops, tablets and desktop PCs.
Keep in mind, these discounted items are usually limited and may disappear at any moment - so act fast if you want to get the great savings.

Alienware, which is owned by Dell, also has some great discounts this year. As you probably know, Alienware systems are not cheap and any savings are warmly welcomed when buying a gaming rig. The 6th gen (Skylake) processors are now out and many gamers are upgrading their systems for better performance.

So if you're getting a head start on your holiday shopping - checking out all these Cyber Monday deals could prove helpful if you want to save money.

Happy Shopping!

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Friday, November 20, 2015

Bizwaremagic Tries Viral Marketing This Black Friday

Viral marketing, if done successfully can prove to be very powerful, but it can be an extremely tricky business. One never knows what will catch viewers' interest on the world wide web. And nobody can predict with 100% accuracy what people will share with all their friends and colleagues.

Therefore, attempting any kind of viral marketing campaign may just be foolhardy and a big waste of time. However, nothing ventured - nothing gained.

This year the Bizwaremagic site is promoting its many helpful guides and content with new banners dealing with the whole Black Friday buying madness. It has truly become a Black Friday Apocalypse - one of the most hectic shopping events or days for many online stores and merchants. Countless discount offers and deals can be had if one acts swiftly and decisively.

For years, Bizwaremagic has been featuring the most current discount coupons from such retailers as Dell, HP, Alienware, Toshiba... and many more. Potential holiday gift buyers can get a jump-start on all the latest deals and bargains.

The same goes for this year, and the Bizwaremagic site is gearing up with new content, new viral banners and new press releases to get the word out. If you're interested in seeing these banners or want to download any of our free gift guides with the latest discount coupons - just click this link.

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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Google's Mobile-Friendly Push - Is It Really Good For Your Site or the Web?

Google's Mobile-Friendly Push - Is It Really Good For Your Site or the Web?

Google Mobile Test Warning

Google's push to get webmasters to make their sites mobile-friendly is generally seen as a positive goal - who doesn't want their visitors to have the best experience possible. But as we examine the fallout from another one of Google's prime directives, shouldn't webmasters be asking themselves deeper questions than just trying to please Google and holding onto those all important mobile rankings?

Should the web be mobile in the first place?

Is seeing the web on a four-inch screen what we really want or is it just another downgrade of the web? Should we be making it easlier for web surfers to use mobile devices or harder?

Cell phones should be for texting, talking and accessorizing shopping malls - not for surfing the web. What's the world coming to when your glorious looking website has to be sacrificed to four inches or less?

Oh, the horror!

Websites and webpages were meant to be fully enjoyed on large screens and desktop computers, not minimized gadgets with screens so small you have to read text one word at a time. It's totally dumbing down the whole web experience like having greasy takeaway when you should be sitting down to a solid healthy four-course meal.

However, like most things in life, we never get everything we ask for. Web surfers are dictating how the web will be seen, and over 50% of them are now accessing the web through their handy mobile devices. That percentage will only keep growing, so webmasters have no other choice but to make their sites mobile friendly if they want to keep their visitors and clients satisfied.

Thankfully, making one's site mobile friendly doesn't mean you have to lose the full desktop experience. All a webmaster has to do is make his or her site responsive so that it adjusts/responds to the screen size. In other words, your content can be viewed in any device - regardless of how big or small the display screen.

Many web creation systems, such as the popular Bootstrap platform, are now mobile-first and caters to the smaller viewing screen. This doesn't mean your site can't be seen/displayed on larger screens in its full glory, but with a responsive design one gets the best of both worlds.

Google's push to make webmasters realize the need for a responsive website has mostly fallen on willing ears. Most webmasters realize making one's site mobile-friendly is the only way to proceed. Many of your site's important metrics - bounce rate, time spent on site, repeat visitors... will now largely depend on how responsive your website is or becomes so in the future.

Many webmasters will also realize while they might not like it, adjusting your site's layout to a more mobile friendly design can only be good for their site over the long term. Since Google has now made it a ranking factor for its mobile index, how mobile friendly your site is will only become more important. Four inches will simply have to be enough - cold reality intrudes once again.

Takeaway anyone?

Want to find out more about making your site Mobile-Friendly or to see how Google and the other site engines stack up when it comes to Mobile-Readiness click here:

Mobile-Friendly Readiness?

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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

How To Find Those Special Black Friday Deals

How To Find Those Special Black Friday Deals  

Even before the Turkey Dinner is eaten weary holiday goers are
bombarded with all those Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals.
Most people tune out quickly but for those who cherish finding
those special "doorbusters" type of holiday deals - this post
is for you!

Granted, there is a lot of hype surrounding those two holiday
shopping days/events, but there are also a lot of deals to be
had - especially if you can manage to cut thru all the clutter
and find those real gems.

With, we didn't start out as a "deals-type"
site or format, it just naturally grew out of the different free
guides which evolved on the site. As well as presenting helpful
information to the visitors and subscribers - the next logical
step was to supply timely coupons/discounts so these subscribers
can get a bargain when purchasing a laptop or corporate business

When you throw in shopping events like Black Friday... the
countless offers and deals can be somewhat overwhelming, even
for the die-hard bargain hunter. That's where the Internet can
play an important role. There are some simple online sites/apps/tools
you can use which can make finding those special deals much, much easier.

We have picked Four of these Nifty Ways or things you can do to
make finding those deals a lot quicker and with a lot less stress.
We have put these on a convenient web page and explained them in
detail - along with some handy links you use. Just using a few
of these techniques should prove helpful and beneficial.

If you're interested in finding those special online deals quickly
and easily go here.

Happy Shopping. Go Get 'em!

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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Google Like Matt Cutts

Google Like Matt Cutts

We probably all think we know how to use Google - the major search
engine on the web. However, there are many different ways to utilize
Google search and this simple Infographic shows you exactly how.

Of special interest for webmasters and SEO enthusiasts, you can
search within a particular site by using "" and
most importantly you can discover who links to a particular site by
using "" in the Google search bar.

Before long you will be Googling like Matt Cutts, who is currently
taking a break from Google and probably googling like mad. His
Twitter feed shows he is currently checking out different comic books.

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Thursday, October 09, 2014

Top Gaming Laptops Page Updated For 2014 With Reviews

Just finished a major updating of Bizwaremagic's
popular Best Gaming Notebooks Webpage for 2014. New gaming laptops are appearing almost daily - or so it seems. Keeping up with all the new rigs can be a major hassle, but it's also something I enjoy doing since I have been covering this topic for over 10 years.

What I find most interesting are the new machines from ASUS and MSI - they really are giving Alienware some serious competition.I know many gamers are turned off by the Alienware brand - especially after Dell acquired it in 2006, but Alienware is still producing new rigs and gaming systems... Area51 and the new Alpha gaming console comes to mind.

How well these new systems will be received by gamers remains to
be discovered, but Alienware is definitely upping its game and
not going anywhere.

We also have the introduction of the next Nvidia (fastest) notebook
GPU in the form of the GeForce GTX 980M. These will be appearing in
some new laptops for the upcoming holiday season. It is already in the
new Asus G751J and MSI GT72 laptops.

Gamers can look forward to better performance and higher resolutions
with 4K capabilities... should make for a more interesting time in

Let the games begin.

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