I’m running Google Chrome on my Windows system and would really like to be able to add a toolbar or two to help me learn more about the sites I visit. In particular, is there a good SEO (search engine optimization) toolbar you recommend?
Now that more and more businesses are using WordPress, more and more people find the need to manage multiple WordPress sites. Obviously if you’re in the business of managing or working on sites for clients you have this need, but increasingly many businesses choose to create and maintain multiple sites for things beyond their main business presence such as community portals, products launch sites, group blogging projects, books and more.
I often find myself as the power online shopper in my circle of friends. Probably something to do with the fact that I spend just about every waking hour on my computer. When I do find something that a friend or two might be interested in, what’s the easiest way to share it? I’ve been copying the URL and those can be crazy long and often don’t work when received.
I’ve read earlier postings about how to redeem an iTunes gift card or app, but now that iTunes 11 has such a dramatically different interface, I’m kind of lost. How do I get to the iTunes Store and once I’m there, how do I redeem an app code or gift card code?
I recently went through this particular configuration tweak as I’ve been enjoying the new Flickr interface and uploading photos from various events to my Flickr account. As with everything else social media, having them intertwined is good, so if you don’t follow me on one service, you’ll still see the best of what I’m doing on another service. Hopefully that’s a positive.
The images that I use in my blog posts don’t always work well as one picture adverts and so when I post a link on Pinterest, I rarely get any clicks or repins. Instead, I’d like to use different images that are more click-friendly but still have them point to my own Web page URL. How can I do that on Pinterest?