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May, 2015

  • 20 May

    Google Webmaster Tools Renamed to Google Search Console

    Google announced a name change today to their almost decade old Google Webmaster Tools platform, renaming it to Google Search Console in an attempt to broaden the target audience. Google doesn’t want to limit the audience behind Webmaster Tools/Search Console to solely webmasters – they want small business owners, bloggers, designers, and essentially everyone to make use of the tools ...

  • 15 May

    Stablehost Launches PingThat Beta – Website Monitoring Made Awesome!

    StableHost has been around for quiet a while now and they’ve built up a reputation for themselves in the web hosting community as a no-nonsense hosting company with a huge focus on support & performance. Well continuing with that focus the team over at StableHost has began building a simple, straight forward, website monitoring platform – complete with email, SMS, ...

April, 2015

  • 20 April

    Starting Your Own eCommerce Business Just Got ALOT Easier!

    When it comes to getting into eCommerce there’s one of two things you’ll be doing; selling your own product or selling someone elses. When it comes down to selling someone elses product you generally have to worry about sourcing your product, maintaining inventory, handling your invoices and so forth; and all of this becomes quiet the pain in the arse. ...

  • 7 April

    Google Updates Adwords Keyword Planner To Include Comparison Data

    Without much fuss, as usual, Google announced a new update to the Google Adwords Keyword Planner tool which is rolling out over the next couple of weeks. The new update will allow you to compare your search term coverage against that of other advertisers – this way you can pick the perfect keyword match for your advertisements.

  • 2 April

    Twitter Introduces Curator Tool to Help Find & Display Content

    When it comes to using Twitter for business or marketing purposes – sharing just the right content at just the right moment is absolutely key. A hot Twitter topic can gain tremendous popularity within mere minutes and be forgotten about an hour later. Keeping up with all of that content at such a fast pace used to be quiet the ...

March, 2015

  • 26 March

    SugarSync 3.5 Launches With Deleted Items Recovery Feature

    SugarSync have released their latest version, SugarSync 3.5, which brings with it an awesome new redesign for the desktop application, along with a plethora of great new features – my favorite of which is the ability to restore deleted items. So now whenever you accidentally delete a file you can easily recover it right within the new SugarSync desktop app. ...

  • 16 March

    JotForm Launches Fillable PDF Tool

    JotForm has always been packed with awesome features and tools that make creating, sharing and utilizing forms an absolute dream. Their latest feature is no different as JotForm releases their Fillable PDF Creator allowing users to export their forms to a PDF, email it to their users, and get the responses within their JotForm account. For those of you looking ...

February, 2015

  • 12 February

    NYC Public School Students & Teachers Get Free Access to Microsoft Office

    Students in New York City’s public schools are joining the ranks of NYC’s college students who have gotten free access to Microsoft’s Office 365. During the “State of the City” address made by New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito it was announced that every student and teacher will get full access to Microsoft Office 365 for free. You’ll be able to access Office ...

  • 12 February

    Imgur Pro For Everyone!

    When it comes to uploading and sharing photos online Imgur has been “the home to the web’s most popular image content” since roughly 2009 when Alan Schaaf founded the site. Since then Imgur has ran two monetization models: the free membership allowed you to utilize the site while viewing ads; while the premium version offered no ads and more features. ...

  • 5 February

    Google Officially Launches Mortgage Calculator

    Back in December of 2014 I wrote about a custom mortgage calculator many of us have found within our search results. The mortgage calculator has come and went since then – showing for some people and not showing for others. However as of now Google has officially announced the launch of their mortgage calculator – meaning you can now directly ask ...

January, 2015

  • 29 January

    Amazon WorkMail Getting Ready to Take On Google & Microsoft

    Amazon has quietly been working on their very own corporate email and calendar service called WorkMail which is finally being given some publicity. The service is focused highly on security and ease of use and will obviously be powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS). WorkMail is designed to be fully compatible with Microsoft Outlook and other e-mail applications and will be competitive price-wise ...

  • 22 January

    Worst Passwords of 2014 Released

    SplashData has published their yearly list of worst passwords showcasing what were some of the worst passwords of 2014. SplashData collected together data about millions of stolen passwords that were posted online and compiled them to form the 2014 list. That being said looking through this list there are some hilariously weak password choices, and clearly Ford Mustang owners suck at online security. ...

December, 2014

  • 18 December

    Microsoft Integrates Bing Search into Microsoft Office

    Microsoft has launched Insights for Office – a new tool which scans users’ documents and makes educated guesses about the nature of their search query, thus saving time and eliminating the potential of distractedly getting sucked into the vortex of search engines. The search results are then ranked in order of importance and shown to you in a sidebar next ...

  • 15 December

    Google Has Their Own Mortgage Calculator

    Interestingly enough Google has launched their own mortgage calculator within their search results, accessible via the search interest calculator. Originally reported by Pete Meyers from Moz over on Google+ the mortgage calculator seemed to disappear shortly after being discovered – however it has been consistently showing up in my results for several days now – so I figured it safe to announce. It’s ...

  • 15 December

    50% Off at SOS Online Backup Through The End of 2014

    SOS Online Backup is running an end-of-the-year special with 50% off a PersonalCloud 1-year subscription. No coupon code is required either. Simply click the below image and enjoy saving some money this holiday season while you backup those Thanksgiving photos to make room for Christmas.

  • 10 December

    Monitoring for Content Changes

    Keeping up with website changes is often handled via RSS feeds, mailing lists, or even social media updates. However what happens when you want to know about the changes that are made that aren’t announced? Maybe a change in terms of service or the fine print of a service? Or what if your website of choice doesn’t provide an RSS ...

November, 2014

  • 28 November

    Black Friday Is Here!

    Good morning! Black Friday is upon us and if you’ve been waiting all year for some awesome hosting and webmaster sales today may be a bit overwhelming as you sort through all your favorite websites in search of the best deal. To try to make things a bit easier for you I organized a whole plethora of Black Friday 2014 ...

  • 17 November

    40% Off on Yahoo LocalWorks

    Yahoo launched LocalWorks back in 2013, a product that it says will help small businesses recapture sales they may be losing due to incorrect or outdated online listings. Through a partnership with Yext, Yahoo LocalWorks is designed to help companies easily update their online listings across more than 50 online platforms designed to reach 150 million local searchers, according to Tom Byun, VP, ...

  • 10 November

    Strikingly Launches Facebook Page One-Click Website Generator

    If you're not familiar with Strikingly yet - they're a WIX-style website builder that focuses on making things as simple as possible. The goal is to utilize existing social media profiles ...

  • 4 November

    Firefox Is Working On A Developers Browser

    Chances are if you live in the webmaster space you’ve made use of one of the ever-popular webmaster/developer tools built into most modern browsers. Developer tools have been significantly gaining in popularity between webmasters and Mozilla is well aware of this. As such on November 10, Mozilla plans to introduce the new project that they’ve been working on. The new ...

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