There are plenty of ways to schedule posts for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+, but what about Pinterest. Here is one great way that you can use to schedule pins on Pinterest.
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Be the envy of all your geekiest friends by using command-line programs to access your favorite sites and online tools. In the first part of this series, we will show you how to update your status on Facebook and Twitter via the command line. Let’s go!
You can’t stop people from automatically adding you to groups on Facebook, but you can remove yourself from a Facebook group that you are in. Find out how.
Have you ever wanted to change the way your mouse cursor looks on Facebook? Are you tired of your same old boring cursor being used for every website that you visit? If you’re looking to add a little personalization to Facebook, you can do so via a Firefox Add-on.
Tired of Facebook birthdays popping up in Mac OS X Mountain Lion? If so, learn how to disable them forever.
Do you post to Twitter and Facebook often from your Mac? If you tweet or post to Facebook often, you can use Eggy to create keyboard shortcuts for posting to Twitter and Facebook. Eggy eliminates the need to open the Notification Center just to post an update. Instead you can post in just one step, by using a keyboard shortcut.
Sharing web content is something any avid web user does, usually through social networks. Share This Page is a Firefox add-on that allows you to share a URL privately to your contacts in Twitter, Facebook and Gmail. This is great for those instances where you find a link that you only want to share with a specific person and not necessarily to all your friends or followers.
If you are those who love to actually get out and be social, appoi US for Android allows you to find events based on your location and what you’ve previously liked on Facebook or events you’ve attended.
Power Inbox is a feature-rich extension for both FireFox and Google Chrome that allows for multiple interactive functions from within the email account. However, its best and useful feature is being able to reply, like or comment on any email notifications from sites like Facebook and Twitter. Here’s how it works:
Facebook is a great place for sharing information with friends and anyone in our network. In fact, it’s often where people look for relevant news and any information that they’re interested in. This practice has been easy for most of us before social readers came along.