When promoting content on Facebook it can be hard to get likes and attract visitors when you make a Facebook page as compared to other social media networks such as Twitter or Google Plus. The reason is because while most people will simply follow you back (if you follow them) on Google+ or Twitter, the same cannot be said for Facebook. The below mentioned guidelines are my suggestions for creating a Continue Reading →
Hudld is an iOS app that provides seamless integration for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Foursquare and custom RSS Feeds. This app has both a free and Pro version and delivers a wide range of handy features such as full featured social profile pages, one stop management of social accounts and cache support for a more convenient user experience. One of the best features of Hudld is the support for multiple social Continue Reading →
Facebook chat has become an important tool for keeping people connected. Facebook is not only used by common users but is also being widely being used by entrepreneurs to promote their business and to collaborate with existing and potential clients. Back in the day such tasks were performed via instant messengers such as MSN (Windows Live) and Yahoo messenger, however Facebook Chat has changed all that. Whether you are an Continue Reading →
When it comes to promoting a website or blog, many people get confused about where to begin. While SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is one way of trying to attract more visitors, it can be difficult and expensive to concentrate on SEO in the short run. Furthermore, social media and Google’s changing algorithms are fast making SEO less relevant. This is because Google now shows results from your Google Plus contacts Continue Reading →
I previously covered Desktop Nova, which is a Linux application that brings wallpaper rotation to your Ubuntu desktops. But how about a photo frame centered on your desktop with attractive imagery according to your specified sources? Gnome Photo Frame is a desktop photo frame, which allows users to rotate images from selected online sources, as well as local system folders. You can even use this handy application to rotate your Continue Reading →
Facebook users who have used desktop clients for Facebook Chat might be aware of a famous application known as ChitChat. In a previous review I explored the features of this advanced Facebook chat client and explained the pros and cons of using it. Recently, the developer of this chat client has released a web messenger for Facebook Chat. The benefits of using this client are many, since it offers an Continue Reading →
ZappoTV is an application for Android and iOS devices, for watching media, (videos, music and pictures) from your mobile device. It allows easily searching and locating content from your mobile device and home network and enables watching it on an internet connected TV or mobile device. With ZappoTV, you can perform the following functions: SEARCH You can easily search and browse videos, music or pictures and watch them directly on Continue Reading →
The so called Facebook app with Kindle Fire has probably disappointed a lot of Kindle users, as it is just a link to m.facebook.com. However, there is an actual Facebook app that can be installed on your Kindle device. Below is a video (by Jeff Benjamin) of the procedure, followed by detailed step by step guide to help you get the real Facebook app for your Kindle device.
If you are looking for a free desktop client for Facebook chat with a minimalist look and clean interface, then check out Chit Chat. Chit Chat is similar in functionality to fTalk, but comes with a wider range of handy features such as customization options to change chat text, 20+ useful hotkeys, auto save of chats, support multiple tabs, proxy servers and Facebook user groups.
SocialFolders is a robust web service that allows downloading and uploading data to and from your social accounts from your hard drive. It has desktop applications for both Windows and Mac OS X and supports many popular services including Facebook, Google Docs, Flickr, Picasa, YouTube, Box.net, Instagram and Photobucket.