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July, 2014

  • 21 July

    Google Alerts Get A Fresh Redesign

    Google Alerts always seemed to have a rather primitive design to it – and that may very well have been the cause behind it never really gaining the popularity that it should have. Google has taken note of this and this past weekend have released a brand new design for the Google Alerts site. The core functionality of what and ...

  • 21 July

    Google’s Latest Additions to Webmaster Tools

    Over the course of the last week, July 13th – July 19th Google has announced some awesome new features they have introduced to Google’s Webmaster Tools. The first is the introduction of a new reporting feature designed to help marketers troubleshoot rel-alternate-hreflang annotations (an attribute that communicates with Google if there are requirements for alternate languages on a web page). If you ...

  • 9 July

    Say Hello To Icecream Apps!

    I usually don’t showcase new software developers on here however Icecream Apps is a freeware developer whos goal is to provide free replacements for popular paid applications. Currently their focus lies on Windows based applications, however Mac versions are said to be available “soon”. In the meantime Icecream Apps opened their doors with three freeware Windows tools: Media Converter, PDF Split and Merge and Image ...

  • 8 July

    GoDaddy Partners with PayPal, Launches Get Paid

    GoDaddy has launched a new service, called Get Paid, for small businesses to accept payment from anywhere, and has partnered with PayPal, Dwolla, and Stripe to ensure customers can accept all types of payment, including credit and debit cards, electronic checks and mobile payments. According to GoDaddy’s Monday announcement, Get Paid allows users to create and send invoices and estimates, accept ...

  • 3 July

    Google Helps You Play With Cookies

    No, not those kind of cookies. Although now I really want a white chocolate macadamia nut cookie … Anyway – Google is helping webmasters who use cookies on their websites or mobile applications to meet their European legal obligations to get user consent regarding the use of cookies. So a couple of days ago Google quietly launched CookieChoices.org – a ...

May, 2014

  • 14 May

    Unlimited Storage Under $3/mo from SOS Online Backup

    Online backup solutions are a dime a dozen these days – and chances are you’re using more than one of them yourself. Truth be told – I have backups split amongst a wide array of services: Dropbox, Onedrive, iCloud, Google Drive and SOS Online Backup – however only one of these offers me unlimited storage. Dropbox offers unlimited storage space ...

April, 2014

  • 29 April

    PDF Eraser Added to Free Webmaster Resources Directory

    If you’ve been paying attention you probably noticed that I have been trying my best to keep the Free Webmaster Resources Directory updated with new listings. Earlier this month I added PlainEdit.NET and Sublime Text to the directory; and today I would like to introduce you all to yet another new addition to the Rapid Purple Webmaster Resources Directory: PDF ...

  • 15 April

    DynDNS No Longer Free

    DynDNS used to be THE free DNS service everyone was always recommending. Unfortunately Dyn has recently announced that it’s free service will cease on May 7th, 2014. This means anyone using their free DNS hosting has to upgrade to a paid version or will get cut off. Their paid version costs $25 per year just for DNS services. So what are ...

  • 15 April

    PlainEdit.NET & Sublime Text Added to Free Webmaster Resources Directory

    These days it's rare that a new text/code editor comes out that brings anything remotely new or exciting to the table. There are already plenty of code editors and Notepad replacements out ...

March, 2014

February, 2014

  • 18 February

    Social Signals Checker Tool Launched

    Social signals as we know them have been all the rage in the SEO sphere in the past couple of years. In fact ever since Danny Sullivan first wrote a thought-provoking article on social signals and their impact on SEO way back in December of 2010 social signals have been at the tip of every webmasters tongue. Since then, social ...

January, 2014

  • 22 January

    2 Simple, Useful & Free Webmaster Programs

    I haven’t really added much new listings to our free webmaster resources directory lately – so today I wanted to bring you 2 amazingly useful and free programs. PDFFill as a free alternative to Adobe Acrobat Pro, depending on the functions you need; and Rankaware which essentially brings our online SEO Panel to your desktop allowing you to keep track of ...

December, 2013

  • 16 December

    Understanding the Importance of Referrer Logs

    Referrer logging may not be a term you hear very often – however it is absolutely crucial to the success of your website and your marketing campaigns. See referrer logs are used to allow web servers and websites to identify where people are visiting them from – either for promotional or security purposes. They allow you to find out which ...

September, 2013

  • 9 September

    Get Your Free Dun & Bradstreet Credit Report

    I mentioned a while ago the importance of having your business registered with Dun & Bradstreet, and if you never read that article – you really should. Once you’re done, head on over to CreditSignal and get your totally free D&B business credit report. Find out exactly what’s listed about your business. Your business credit report should be handled in much ...

August, 2013

  • 19 August

    Volusion Introduces Amazon Integration

    Volusion has rolled out their latest product update, and this one was VERY highly requested. Seamless Amazon Integration, available to Gold plans and above. This latest addition to the Volusion software makes it easier than ever for anyone looking to open an online store to get their products in front of millions of shoppers. Because the integration is all handled directly by ...

July, 2013

  • 22 July

    RIOT Updated to 0.5; Now Features Full Auto Mode

    It’s spent a lengthy two years in beta, but RIOT 0.5 has finally been released. And it just might have been worth the wait. The major addition in the new build of the image compression tool is Full Auto Mode. Reducing the size of JPG, PNG and GIF files can be a complex business, and if you’re put off by talk of Chroma ...

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