Yes, your business can navigate the social media minefield, and we’re here to help. Keep reading for some specific advice on what you can do to avoid all the thumbtacks and problems that hurt most people when you’re using social media to market online. Whether your company is large or small or you work for yourself, these tips are going to help make sure you stay safe and avoid all Continue Reading →
Come to think of it, you hardly do, don’t you? Those were the days when you always knew your friends’ faces. And, those were the days when you hung around with your friends in open places like playgrounds and treetops; not-so places like half-full water tanks and attics. And it was all so simple and carefree without any complications. Every one of you was a Huckleberry Finn and a Tom Continue Reading →
Do you remember the times when you stored your data on floppy disks and when each and every computer had that floppy port. The most storable floppies had no more than 256 MB of memory and back in the 1990s they were the main source of sharing and transferring data. Of course, those born in the 1990s and 2000s can hardly remember those days and such storage devices.
How do you get better at social media marketing? By looking at the people who do it really well, of course! We have a list of some of the social superstars, including how they’ve been able to become so big online. By learning about them – and watching them in action online – you’re going to be able to figure out a game plan of your own so that you Continue Reading →
Have you heard of Crushpath Spots yet? It’s our new product; we launched it last week and we’re super excited to help small companies share their business moments. Sharable things happen inside your business every day, and you want to be able to get out word to your customers with details quickly and cheaply.
You may be an excellent writer with lots of ideas bubbling in your mind, but you aren’t worthy enough if your online presence is zero. There are a lot of freelance websites which pay to newbie writers. Today I will share some of the best writing sites which can help you build your online writing profile. Before that some helpful tips for your writing career: Please note that in order Continue Reading →
Now that Microsoft has imposed the Outlook.com interface to Hotmail, there is no going back. Previously, I covered the process which allowed users to revert back to old Hotmail interface, however it appears that the option has now been removed. Whether you like the new look or hate the Outlook.com interface (like me), you might be interested in changing your profile picture. Since this image will be going with your Continue Reading →
It appears that various ISPs from around the world are blocking Torrents by either throttling all torrent downloads or blocking open ports. It can be hard to determine which ports may be open at a given point in time, as one cannot sweep through thousands of ports to check which one the ISP might have been kept open by the Internet Service Provider. A simple solution for bypassing Torrent throttling Continue Reading →
AccountKiller is a web service which provides information for deleting online accounts from more than 500 websites, including famous web services. With AccountKiller you can get instructions for deleting an account from Spotify, Twitter, Google, Hotmail, Groupon, iTunes,Badoo, Yahoo, WhatsApp and hundreds of other services.
Every day we log into Facebook, we find and read interesting news, stories, articles and pictures that are shared with us by our friends. Although articles and status updates are shared with a single click, the same can’t be said about the pictures that we find from various online sources. This is exactly the reason why a third-party developer has come up with a cool extension, known as “Upload Photos Continue Reading →