Google Analytics has recently make available a new feature that allows you to create shortcuts. There is no more segmenting and sorting each time you log into your GA dashboard. Just set it up once, save it, and view your results with a single click.
Articles by Jessica Prouty
YouTube is great for business, social media marketing, creating tutorials, and entertainment but it does lack some features that would take it from ordinary to extraordinary. Here are some great extensions for Google Chrome that will enhance your viewing experience making YouTube all you ever wanted it to be!
For many parents, the most distressing time is often the time when their kids are using the computer. They have no idea what their kids are doing online and whether they are picking up bad habits from the Web. Thankfully, Windows has a built-in parental control tool that allows the parents to control what their children can and cannot access.
In Google Analytics, we’re all familiar with the standard dashboard where you can see at a glance all metrics for your website, but the default settings might not be exactly what you need to measure for your particular website. Here we will show you how to create custom dashboards for your exact analytic needs so you’re measuring and tracking only what is important to you.
We’ve all been in meetings where presentations were drier than your morning toast. Why not step up your presentations with PowToon, a presentation tool that allows you to create animated presentations simply by dragging and dropping elements to your slides.
Microsoft released its new email service Outlook.com. There has been lots of buzz about it, but is it really better than Gmail? Check out our review.
In Google Analytics, you now have the option to see your site stats in real time. This allows you to see how many visitors are on your website, what page they are viewing, and demographic details. Let’s take a look at how this feature can help you measure your social media impact.
Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 were a terrible mess. but IE 9 does come with some cool and useful features. Here are 7 ways you can make good use of Internet Explorer 9
Most of us have really busy work weeks that leave little time for thinking about what’s going on this weekend or where you might like to go on your next vacation. When you do have some free time, you want to make the most of it, not spend it trying to decide where to go […]
Kindle Fire may not be able to compete with some of the bigger tablets but it still has a lot to offer. It’s a great eReader that can be read at night without bothering anyone near you, maintains access to your email, documents, and allows you to download video, music, and games for on the […]
While there are plenty of Facebook plugins for WordPress, nothing is sweeter than having the official support from the Facebook team. The new Facebook For WordPress Plugin, the official WordPress plugin by Facebook, gives you the ability to cross publish from WordPress to Facebook, and comes with bonuses like mentioning specific friends and Pages in […]
Many people don’t know how to track statistics for their website and feel overwhelmed when they first log into Google Analytics. There’s a lot of information to see so if you’re not familiar with it, you’ll probably not know what’s important to look at or track regularly. This can vary depending on what type of […]
One of the things I love about Twitter is the ever-changing flow of new apps and tools being developed continuously. OK, maybe you’ve tried a few and find that they all seem to do the same thing. What if there is a Twitter tool that would manage your account while you sleep?
RealPlayer Plus recently released an update that includes many great features you just have to check out and explore! One of those features is the Facebook Videos Library which allows you to connect your Facebook account to your RealPlayer to view the latest videos from your Facebook feed.
I recently covered some really useful Twitter tools to help you measure your success and influence for Twitter. Today, we’re going explore another tool that measure your social media influences – Klout. We’ll unpack exactly what Klout is and how you can use it as a gauge for your social media strategies. Just as there […]
I know what you’re thinking, “Not another Timeline Cover article.” We have all seen a million articles on how to create a cover, articles with cartoon examples of covers, and covers that are primarily for the young female population. When the Timeline first rolled out, I did a few articles on these types of covers […]
You can use all the Pinterest tools available to make your boards stand out from the crowd but if you just set your content out there and forget about it, how will you know what’s working or if anyone is even viewing and repining your content? Measuring the success of your efforts is essential to the […]
I’ve been a long time user of Pinterest (almost since it’s inception) and absolutely love it. I first started out using it for my personal hobbies and recently started a board for articles I write along with other technology related pins. Now, I realize not everyone has embraced Pinterest like I have. You might use […]
Twitter is a great way to share content and engage with other people similar to you. It’s also a great place to learn and keep up to date on current happenings but that’s not where it ends. When you post material to your Twitter account to share with your followers, does anyone view it? Do […]
Facebook Ads are a great way to drive new fans to your Facebook business page. As you build your fan base, those fans will connect to the page and become long term customers influencing their friends to become fans of your page or product creating an instant Word of Mouth Marketing strategy. When you go […]