Alex Schenker

Alex has been involved on the business side of the internet since the early 2000's. He holds both a Management Science degree from the University of California at San Diego as well as a Computer Science degree from NJIT.

We Rock Your Web had its roots back in 2004 as the tech blog for a web design and development company Alex founded that has grown and evolved into the parent company of We Rock Your Web.

While his foundation is rooted in web development, his expertise today lies in content and digital marketing, SEO, organic and paid search, analytics, and publishing. Alex is an avid tennis player, nature enthusiast, and hiker, and enjoys spending time with his wife, friends, and dogs.

Could not load file or assembly MOM.implementation

There are many rumors going around about a MOM.exe spyware application. While there is one that exists, in most cases, the error message you’re seeing about mom.implementation or mom.exe errors is related to your ATI graphics card. That being said, if you’re not using an ATI graphics card, then you may indeed be infected with …

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How Do I Clear the Cache and Cookies in Chrome? Firefox? Safari? iPhone? Android? Internet Explorer? Google?

Clearing cache

What is cache and why should I care? Your cache is used by your web browser, smartphone, and even gaming machine to decrease page loading time. By storing a copy of the page to load the next time you visit, your browser can skip the time associated with loading all the page’s objects and making database calls, something that happens every time the page is loaded. Typically the cache will clear on a page update – that is, when a page changes, your browser will reload the page’s objects and make new database calls to ensure you’re seeing the newest version of the page. However, sometimes caches get borked up and cause problems. That’s when you need to learn how to clear them. If clearing the cache doesn’t fix your problem, you may need to clear your cookies as well. We show you the quickest and easiest way to do that…

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SMTP E-Mail Server Settings For Gmail, Office 365, Yahoo, And Hundreds More

Notebook with outgoing mail servers

If you’ve tried setting up your mail client and are struggling getting it to send your emails, you’re most likely dealing with what’s called an SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol), or outgoing mail server. The mail client will ask you for your “smtp server” but we continually get messages from readers that they’re left scratching their heads as to what that is. We are continually updating the list of outgoing mail servers below based on user requests. The table includes outgoing mail servers from around the globe. We’ll also show you how you can skip the need for an outgoing server altogether, which is especially useful if you’re on the road…

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Amazon Associate Context Links Load Unbelievably Slow

Amazon has a new associate program, namely context links, similar to “content sensing” technology such as that used by Google’s Adsense. The script works fine, basically creating links out of targeted words on a page, that, when hovered over, reveal a user-styled box advertising a product on Amazon.com. The problem? It’s slow as hell! We …

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Look N' Stop Updated to 2.06

For those of you who have been using Look N’ Stop 2.03 for a long, long time, you’ll be happy to know that Look N’ Stop has been updated to 2.06! Features of Look N’ Stop include: Blocks spywares and keystroke loggers. Makes your PC invisible to hackers. Fast download and fast setup. Out of …

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Microsoft Outlook Guide – From Setup To Troubleshooting, We Got Your Back

Outlook on computer and iphone (caption: Microsoft Outlook Guide)

Microsoft Outlook is the email and calendar/scheduling component of Microsoft 365 – the comprehensive all-in-one cloud suite of Microsoft solutions that includes all of the companies’ stalwart offerings that have matured over the past few decades, from Word and Excel to Powerpoint and Outlook. And the good news is, unlike in the past when you had to purchase each software individually, and then purchase again when they got updated, MS 365 is subscription based so you always have the latest software available for a flat monthly fee. Prices start at $5/user/month. Here we bring you a quick tutorial on how to get up and running with Outlook 365, and then some frequently asked questions from our readers. Of course, you’re also welcome to hit us up in the comments with any other questions you might have!

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