Steps To Setting Up a Facebook Ad Manager

Posted on January 21st, 2015 by Katrina Crowell

….When they don’t have an existing Facebook Ad Manager account??

Recently, I was helping a client launch a Facebook Advertising campaign that I was going be managing. Eager to get the campaign launched, I shared with our client the usual instructions for adding a new Ad Manager to your Facebook account, which is simple as adding a new user under your Ad Manager Settings. 

How Do I Refollow Someone I Unfollowed on Facebook?

Posted on December 29th, 2014 by Dave Taylor

You are by no means alone in wresting control of your Facebook newsfeed from the algorithms that the system uses to decide what you should find interesting. In fact, since it’s such a self-reinforcing loop, there are times I feel like the vast majority of my Facebook news is from a tiny subset of my circle of online friends. And I’m right. It’s hard to interact with or create “engagement” with content that you never see, right?

Cool Tricks With The Mac OS X Dock

Posted on November 12th, 2014 by Dave Taylor

Like every other Mac user, I’ve become accustomed to the Dock. But what cool things can I do with it? What does your Dock look like, Dave?

How do I add a LinkedIn search box to my Web page?

Posted on October 13th, 2014 by Dave Taylor

I use LinkedIn quite a bit and would like to have the LinkedIn search box on my own Web page rather than having to go to their site to do searches. Doable?

Well, there’s the easy part and the hard part. The easy part is to have a search box on your page that lets you enter a pattern and take you to LinkedIn to have the results displayed. The really hard part would be to duplicate all the suggestions that naturally show up as you’re typing in a search on an actual LinkedIn page. That involves some fancy programming, both on the display side and behind the scenes.

How do I run Facebook Privacy Checkup?

Posted on September 24th, 2014 by Dave Taylor

My Mom just told me that Facebook released a new privacy checkup utility and that I should make sure I’m not oversharing. Okay, okay, how do I run this Privacy Checkup thing, Dave?

How do I set the default Web browser in Windows 8?

Posted on September 3rd, 2014 by Dave Taylor

I have a new HP Elitepad running Windows 8.1 and it’s great, but I can’t figure out how to switch my default Web browser back to Internet Explorer 11 from Chrome?

One of the big things to get used to with Windows 8 is that the search feature is now super useful (curiously, that same change in user behavior is also true for the next version of Mac OS X Yosemite, with its beefed up Spotlight feature). One big reason for this is because help information is now included in the search results so your query for “default program” can now match a tutorial on how to set your default program, not just look for files with a matching name.

Can I Fix My Google Plus Custom URL?

Posted on August 5th, 2014 by Dave Taylor

Thanks to your article [ed note: see Claim Your Custom URL on Google+], I now have a custom URL for my Google Plus profile, but I’d like to tweak it so that the first letter of my last name is capitalized. How do I fix it?

How to Post Articles on LinkedIn

Posted on July 9th, 2014 by Bill Hartzer

Since there has been a lot of talk and controversy in the SEO community about guest blogging, and how guest blogging is either dead or not dead, a lot of people have been looking for other platforms where they can post their articles. Well, now there is a great new platform (site) where you can post article: LinkedIn.

How Do I Change Permalinks URL in WordPress

Posted on June 18th, 2014 by Dave Taylor

I just posted a link to a particularly good blog post on my Facebook page and someone said that my permalink URLs, that are of the form “?p=39″, are bad. What’s wrong with them and how do I fix it in WordPress?

I don’t know if I agree that your permalinks are “bad”, per se, but I will agree with them that the link is suboptimal.

How do I get Firefox for my Windows PC?

Posted on May 7th, 2014 by Dave Taylor

I have two computers, one running Windows XP, one with Win7. How can I download and install Firefox on both so I can stop using Internet Explorer?

That’s a smart and timely question because of two factors: first, as you likely known, Windows XP is dead. Microsoft is no longer supporting the operating system, no longer releasing system patches, etc. Time to upgrade because of the second reason this is a good question: hackers have figured out an exploit in the Flash system within Microsoft Internet Explorer and it’s dangerous for all Windows users, but especially dangerous for people running WinXP.

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