Strategy for ads placement with Infinite Scroll (WordPress)

Some high profile website (Facebook, Linkedin) have enable infinite scroll (automatically displays following pages when the user scroll down) on their pages. This is mostly because infinite scroll is supposed to increase user stickiness to a site. One obvious problem with infinite scroll is that the ad placement needs to be updated. Without infinite scroll… Read More »

The first 90 days: Promoting yourself!

I am starting a new series of posts pulled out of a book I recently read. The book was written by Michael Watkins and titled “The First 90 Days: Critical Success Strategies for New Leaders at All Levels “. The book is about enabling transitioning leader to reach the breakeven point (when leader contributed as… Read More »

How to make things happen – some tactics

This post is the last one of my series extracted from Scott Berkun’s book: How to make things happen. In this series, I have already shared my thought and diagrams about making decision, building trust, dealing with crisis, schedules, not to annoy people, specification, how to improve your communication and about the middle game strategy… Read More »

Middle game strategy – handling your project on the right direction

This post is a continuation of my series extracted from Scott Berkun’s book: How to make things happen. In this series, I have already shared my thought and diagrams about making decision, building trust, dealing with crisis, schedules, not to annoy people, specification and how to improve your communication. The middle game strategy refer to… Read More »

How to change a service startup type with PowerShell

Changing a service startup type can be crucial after installing or configuring the service. PowerShell comes with an easy way to do so: Set-Service –Name theservice –Computer thecomputer –StartupType “selectedType” Where selectedType value can be: Automatic Manual Disabled Unfortunately, there is no support for the automatic (delayed start). To support the automatic (delayed start), you… Read More »

How to start or stop a remote service with PowerShell

An easy trick but often helpful in need of automation. I recently noticed that it was not possible to do: Start-Service –Name theservice –Computer thecomputer Instead we have to follow this rather ugly way: (Get-WmiObject -computerName thecomputer Win32_Service -Filter “Name=’theservice'”).StartService() To stop the service, same idea: (Get-WmiObject -computerName thecomputer Win32_Service -Filter “Name=’theservice'”).StopService()   0 Kudos… Read More »