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July, 2016

  • 12 July

    Check Your Server Speed with Bitcatcha

    Website performance is key these days, and server response times are crucial when working to optimize the performance of your website. To help you with this comes Bitcatcha – a free online tool which checks your server response times from 8 different locations around the world. The results are then compared against Alexa’s top 10,000 global websites – and you’re ...

June, 2016

  • 29 June

    Twitter Launches Dashboard for Business Owners

    Managing Twitter as a business owner isn’t exactly easy. Twitter is an extremely fast-paced environment and as a business owner you rarely have the time to properly monitor the Twitter timeline, and catch important tweets as they come in. At the same time Twitter is a great place to share news about your business, and connect with your customers. Until ...

  • 28 June

    Facebook Rolls Out Redesigned LIKE & SHARE Buttons

    Facebook has just launched the redesigned LIKE and SHARE buttons, getting rid of the iconic Facebook icon-logo, gaining an emoji-style thumbs up icon, and merging the count right into the button to create a flatter, more modern, and more noticeable button. The new design is actually part of a much larger redesign of the Facebook social plugins. As such the new buttons, are ...

  • 27 June

    Test Your Website With A New All-In-One Google Tool

    Google has alot of different tools that webmasters should use when it comes to testing their website and ensuring an optimal user experience – such as PageSpeed Insights, and the Google Mobile-Friendly Test. To help simplify things, Google has rolled out a brand new website dedicated to merging together the various Google tests into one single, easy to read report ...

  • 22 June

    Analyze Your Twitter Activity with Engage for iOS

    Want to really understand what your Twitter account is doing for your business? Want to get some cold hard data about your tweets activity? Check out Twitter Engage for iOS – a brand new app that lets anyone analyse their tweet activity. The app gives you a real-time view of your accounts Likes, Retweets, Mentions & Impressions – however there ...

  • 6 June

    Adobe Post Updated to Adobe Spark – Introduces Web Version

    Adobe Spark (previously named Adobe Post) is, in my humble opinion, a God-send for social media managers all over. The ability to easily be able to generate creative images and video for use within your social media posts. If you haven’t checked out my review on the original Adobe Post – check it out here. My original, and essentially sole ...

May, 2016

  • 31 May

    Organize Your Google Search Console with Property Sets

    As a webmaster, chances are that you have alot of different properties added to your Google Search Console (previously called Google Webmaster Tools). You might have the mobile version of your website, some subdomain-based landing pages, and your main website’s domain name; and if you wanted to get an overall understanding of how you’re entire brand is performing in search ...

  • 11 May

    CloudFlare Now Offering Free HTTP/2 Server Push Support

    Website speeds are everything – and these day developers are always looking for a way to squeeze more performance out of their websites and applications. HTTP/2 Server Push is one such technology – allowing web servers to send content to website visitors without receiving requests for it – essentially pre-loading various images, font files, or CSS scripts. CloudFlare has recently ...

March, 2016

  • 21 March

    Using A Public Computer? Quickly Log Out From Multiple Sites At Once with UltraLogout!

    Ever logged into you’re email on a public computer and then worried you forgot to log out? Maybe you logged into several different websites. Oh God! Did you leave you’re WordPress blog logged in on that BestBuy display computer?! Next time, use UltraLogout. A simple website you can access via numerous different domain names, and instantly log out of dozens of ...

  • 15 March

    Google Removing Public Access to PageRank

    Google’s publically viewable PageRank hasn’t been updated in ages – and Google’s John Mueller stated back in 2014 that we probably shouldn’t expect to see it updated ever again. Frankly when Google dropped PageRank scores from Google Webmaster Tools (now Google Search Console) – alarm bells should’ve started going off. Alas there’s still plenty of places that you can still ...

  • 15 March

    MIT Develops Algorithm That Increases Website Load Times by 34%

    When it comes to speed – history has shown us that there is never enough speed. Race car drivers always want to go faster, gamer’s always want faster graphics and a higher FPS, and webmaster’s always want their websites to load faster. A team over at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL for short) decided to tackle ...

February, 2016

  • 22 February

    Google Begins Rolling Out Campaign Drafts and Experiments in AdWords

    Google has began rolling out Google AdWords Campaign Drafts & Experiments – a new suite of features intended to let advertisers test and measure changes to their campaigns with ease. Things essentially break down into two main features: Drafts – which let you prepare and review multiple campaign changes without actually implementing any live changes. Experiments – which let you ...

January, 2016

  • 28 January

    Spend Less Time Tweaking Your Facebook Ads With The Facebook Grid Tool

    When it comes to running Facebook advertising campaigns one of the most common issues most business owners face is passing the Facebook text-rule. See Facebook has a rule, ads that have more than 20% of text in their image won’t be approved to run on Facebook or Instagram. However time and time again I find business owners and marketers alike uploading new ...

December, 2015

  • 30 December

    How Readable Is Your Websites Content?

    Remember back in Elementary school when you used to compete with your friends about who’s paper/essay produced a higher reading level in Microsoft Word? No? Ok so maybe that was just my circle of friends – however modern day bloggers and webmasters should always be weary of the readability levels of their content. The Readability-Score.com website offers a phenomenal way ...

  • 30 December

    How Far Away Is You’re Website?

    Ever wondered just how far your websites data has to travel to get to you? Just how many miles exists between where you’re website is, and where you are? There’s a really cool tool out there from the folks behind IP-Address.com which calculates the exact distance between two different hosts. Now there’s a number of things you can do with ...

  • 3 December

    Facebook Brings Messages & Events To The Page Plugin

    Integrating social media widgets into your website is a sure-fire way to help boost engagement from your audience, and Facebook is well aware of it. So aware that they have decided to rework the Page Plugin to allow your visitors and customers to message you’re Facebook page directly from the widget. Facebook messages provide public figures, organizations, and businesses a ...

November, 2015

  • 19 November

    Facebook Makes It Easier For Non-Profits To Raise Funds

    Facebook has just rolled out a brand new tool designed to allow not-for-profits to raise funds for a campaign without pushing users off to their own landing pages or donation forms. The new tool, called Fundraisers, adds a dedicated page where a non-profit can share their campaign mission statement, rally support, and collect donations. People raise money for disaster relief, ...

  • 18 November

    UK2 Group Launches New Website SEO Guru Tool

    UK2 Group, which runs various hosting brands such as Midphase, WestHost, and VPS.net, have recently launched a new SEO tool called the Website SEO Guru. The Website SEO Guru is an automated tool which analyses ones website performance and suggests content tweaks that would make the website more discoverable online. Website SEO Guru is the simple online marketing tool that will help ...

  • 17 November

    Bing Launches Their Own Mobile Friendliness Test Tool

    Bing has launched their very own Mobile Friendliness Test Tool – much like the Google Mobile Friendly Test tool located here. The tools functions in much the same way as the Google counter-part, providing a clean and straight forward report for you to see exactly what you need to change – if anything. Here is a sample report I did for ...

  • 3 November

    Time To Move Your Files – No More Unlimited Storage For Microsoft OneDrive

    Microsoft OneDrive has offered tons of free-space promotions over the past few years – and many of us have taken full advantage of that – racking up 300, 400, 500GB of completely free backup space courtesy of Microsoft. Then Microsoft took it one step further and began offering unlimited storage for Office 365 users. Guess what happened then. A “small ...

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