Freebie for the month


Hi everyone, the free ebook for new registrations this month is “Google Adsense for Newbies”.

This powerful training course contains everything you need to know  so you can start making dramatic profits from Google AdSense quickly.

You’ll learn:

      • How YOU can get Google to stream ads onto your website for free.
      • How Google AdSense ads are specially selected to match your site’s topic.
      • How YOU earn money every time a visitor to your site clicks on one of the ads.
      • How YOU can get killer content for your site that you don’t have to write yourself!

And much, much more!

I currently sell this ebook here for $17, but if you would like a free copy, fill in your name and email over to the right, and then hit the “click to download” button. You will be sent a confirmation email to verify that you asked for information.

After you’ve clicked the link in the confirmation email, you’ll be taken to the download page where you’ll find a download link, plus instructions, if you need them.

 

If you would like a copy of this ebook but get an error message say you are already subscribed, send an email to admin@trishfindlay.com & we will send you the download link.

Cheers
Trish

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Filezilla (ftp) listing problem

Recently I began to  get the error message “Failed to retrieve directory listing” at the point where I tried to list the files in the directory on some of my hosting accounts:

Command: MLSD
Error: Connection timed out
Error: Failed to retrieve directory listing

Filezilla was working fine until I updated to version 3.2.4.1 so this was very frustrating. After contacting the support desk of my hosting account, we worked out that this was either a Mozilla configuration error or my firewall was blocking ftp access.

I had Zone Alarm Security Suite running on my XP partition & initially turning this off allowed me to list. However, after a couple of days, the problem cropped up again. Note that I had the same problem using Windows7, even after allowing Filezilla to communicate through the Windows Firewall.

To cut a long story short, after a lot of trying different settings, we found a fix that worked for my situation so I’m passing it on in case it may help others, too.

This is for Filezilla:

Go to Edit, then Settings

1.Click on Connection – FTP &  Choose Active
2.Click on Connection – FTP – Active Mode & select “Ask your operating system for the external IP address”
3.Click on Connection – FTP – Passive Mode & Choose “Fall Back to Active Mode”
4.Click OK.

Now connect to your FTP site once again. This worked for me, as I got the result below:

Command: MLSD
Response: 150 Connecting to port 55410
Response:226-ASCII
Response:226-Options: -a -l
Response: 226 20 matches total
Status:Directory listing successful

Good luck!

Regards
Trish