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Technically, I have been abandoning a couple of my sites these past few months to concentrate on my main personal one. I have checked the latest ALEXA ranking and it seems that I need to get more people to visit my web site in the next few months. Improvement in this field is hard and I would need to see people from my social network and the other web sites I subscribe to. Sometimes site hopping is really not the only way to get an audience. I have learned this from the best ones in the industry. The real question is how? And where do I start?!

TECHCOW needs traffic so people can start reading the useful information I have here. I learned from successful web masters that there are sites where you can buy traffic solutions at an affordable price. This seems a good deal for me if this would eventually get me the audience I deserve. I need to make an improvement on my ranking so I can rub shoulders with the best of the best in the technical site industry. With the things that I plan to do in the next few months including a re-launch of this brand and site; this particular step is inevitable. Imagine I can get 10,000 visitors by just paying 15 dollars; that is one heck of a deal!

I think I need to give FULL TRAFFIC a try soon! For all my 4 web sites!


On Sunday, December 27, 2009 0 comments

Sorry for the long vacation on this technical blog, I have been scouring and meddling too much with my original one so you know how it is to be busy. Anyway I am back with a vengeance!

This is to review the new DI622 flash I got for my NIKON D60 Digital Camera. This was actually highly recommended by other photographers and it looks quite promising at first bite. The actual unit is quite big, but if you compare it to the specs of the original SB Series by Nikon, it is actually half the price but performance wise, this is quite awesome. I got to test it out with my photographer friends and have it slaved by our pop up flashes. I did get around a couple of failed remote bursts. Though that did not compare to the same ability of it to detect flash from the actual camera and do flares for us that evening. It was even very easy to navigate these functions on the menu button. There are no displays though which could really help but even so it was quite easy to understand the functions. For performance in half the cost, it is really not that bad... actually I think it even outperformed one of the models by Nikon.

Nissin has gone a long way from producing compatible third party accessories for digital cameras. Since I had it for a few months now, it looks like I will never regret buying it. A drawback maybe its performance with the phottix diffuser, it does not penetrate the diffuser that much that it darkened some of the pics I took this weekend.

It still falls on the photographer on how he adjusts the settings, I highly recommend you get this one now since they also updated the firmware on these units for remote triggers.


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