The number of social networks we handle everyday spans from two to three for an average netizen. Posting updates, in this internet age, are necessary to stay in touch with the world that matters to us. So here I present some professional tools that can help you utilize the time more productively and stay in the loop.
Articles by Soumen Halder
Pinterest has proven to be an addictive sharing network for women. Two guys Colin Brown and Kamil Szybalski from Vancouver decided to do something about that. A service aptly named Dudepins (dude for the boyish feel and pins for its propinquity to Pinterest) is aimed to offer an exclusive feel to male users who loves Pinterest. The service is quite rich with male content already.
Reading an infographics is fun. You get all the interesting facts and figure in a single graphics and all the beautiful animation and design easily make them a viral piece of content. However, from the business side of view, if you are creating an infographics so as to promote your business, you will know that […]
PayPal seems to offer a brilliant service as long as you are ready to put up with its outlandish rules. You can use it to pay and receive online payment, and you can view the history to check your transaction record. However, long time users will notice that viewing the Paypal history is often a […]
Have you ever wondered what happens when a Powerpoint presentation gets clubbed together with a video that narrates the facts in the presentation? Present.me does just that. It offers you with a nice medium for communicating and sharing information at the same time.
Love Facebook? Hate Apps? Then you belong to the minority who carries out painstaking task to seek the important updates from people who matters only to find the feed cluttered with updates from nonsense apps. However there are choices to mute those app updates one at a time. Well that seems an impossible task considering the gazillion apps that roll out everyday. If you are looking for as cleaner Facebook, head over to LeFeed. Let’s see how it might help.
Dropbox is a great tool if you love to have all your important files in sync across all the devices you own. On the other hand, Google Docs is a great service to manage your documents over the cloud. The functionality that Google Docs misses is that you can’t have offline access to the files. (NOTE: If you have turned on the Google Docs offline mode you can access Google Docs and edit the documents, albeit you won’t have the access to files). Insync is a much simpler solution which works similar to Dropbox syncing model.
Being social is the need of the day. Plethora of social networks are being developed and some are really making the impact while most are just being used and dropped by users. Lately Pinterest is a service that is showing the signs of being the next big thing after Facebook and Twitter. It’s a simple thought of curating your inspirations around the web that has turned Pinterest into a potentially big referral website. Publishers are trying to leverage its reach by turning it into a marketing media for their content. If you are among those, here are three tools you can use to rip the best out of your PINs.
In the days of social networking there is no prize for guessing that we are actually missing out on our real social life. The one we share with real people everyday throughout life or whatever is left of it after Facebook and Twitter. Social Life Audit (SLA) is an online service that based on some key observations interpret how you engage socially in real life.
Scriptogram is an web based app that harnesses the (public) sharing capability of Dropbox to turn it into a blogging tool, a dead simple one.