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5 Reasons Why You Should Change Your Domain Name Now!

Its ain't a new thing when a blogger think of changing his/her domain name even after having been using the domain name for a long time. Although some bloggers and webmasters have manage to stuck to their domain name for years without thinking of changing it, or maybe they thought of changing it but just decides to dump the idea of doing so.

  I guess by now, you might wonder that why would a blogger ever thought of changing his/her domain name? Well, am going to list the reasons below on this post and additionally, why you should also do so too.


  Incase you're not familiar with what it is, a DOMAIN NAME is simply the URL that a site can be accessed with, taking for instance, this site you are currently viewing can be accessed with its DOMAIN NAME via www.netsocialblog.com. Having now knew about what a domain name is, lets discuss about the reason as to why you might want to change your domain name.

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How To Retrieve Hacked Twitter Account

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Few days ago, one of my twitter follower account was hacked in which the twitter handler and name was changed by the hacker. Noticing this sudden incidence, i made a research and decide to post a tutorial on how to retrieve hacked twitter account.

Do you think you've been hacked or you're unable to log in with your username and password. don't panic, TRY either of the following 2 Options:

Option 1. Request a password reset.
Step 1: Reset your password by requesting an via the forgot password link on the login page.
Step 2: Try entering your username and email address.
Step 3: check for the reset link at the email address associated with your Twitter account.

<< OR >>

If you are still unable to log in, follow Option 2 below:
Step 1: Contact the support centre by submitting a form at Contact Support
Step 2: Choose "Hacked account" from the list of options.
Step 3: Be sure to use the email address you associated with the hacked Twitter account. Additional information and instructions will then be sent to that email address.
Step 4: Include both your username & the date you last had access to your account.
Best of Luck.

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