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?
Just heard that Google Reader is going away this summer. That stinks! How am I supposed to read my RSS feeds? More importantly, if it is going to be shut down, how do I export my subscription list from Google’s RSS Reader program?
I saw you had an article on how to Add someone to your google analytics account but, um, that’s out of date, Dave, and is no longer helpful. Now, today, February 2013, can you write a new article that shows how to grant a colleague access to a Google Analytics account without them being able to tweak or change things?
I’ve started to use Hangouts in Google Plus to collaborate with colleagues and it’s working really well, but last time I tried to share my screen, I got confused and it was embarrassing to not be able to look like I knew what I was doing (because I didn’t!). Can you show the fastest way to share my screen with my Hangout coworkers?
I’ve seen your articles about how to add a Twitter or Google search box on a Web page, but I have a tougher challenge: is there a way to add a Facebook search box on my blog or web site? If so, what’s the HTML code needed?
Google has made creating structured data (rich snippet markup) easy for even the novice webmasters. They have launched Data Highlighter, a point-and-click tool that allows adding elements of data structure to words or phrases without going into HTML code. Tool can be used currently for structured data only.
I love Pinterest. Seriously, I do. But there are some boards that I don’t want to have shared with the public at large. I’d rather have them protected with a password or list of people who have permission to see them. And no-one else. Is that possible on Pinterest?