Google Chrome is by far and away my personal favorite web browser, and the primary reason is because their are so many cool extensions! Whether you need to check for broken links, check out the redirect path of a URL, do a quick search engine ranking check, or even access your website’s database via FTP, Google Chrome has an extension to help you do it efficiently Below I have listed my top 5 favorite Chrome extensions, a description of the extension and what it’s good for, and a link to the download page.
We all know that email can truly be a time suck, and a productivity killer. However, whether you are client side or agency side, emailing is necessary; it’s how we communicate. There are however smalls changes you can make to stay out of your inbox and focused on the tasks at hand. When we are able to do this, we can be more productive, and when we are more productive, everyone wins; our clients, our bosses, and ourselves. Below are 3 dead simple things you can do, starting today, to spend less time in your inbox and more time getting things done.
If you spend the majority of your work day online, you have probably come to accept some unfortunate and inconvenient realities of the internet. Well today, one of those inconveniences will cease to exist. We are going to take a look at how you can save a substantial amount of time in your average day by adding additional accounts in Google and GMail, allowing you to simply toggle between them, rather than playing the log-in, log-out game all day long.
It’s a new year which means it’s time to make some resolutions! But here, we’re going to take a different approach. Instead of resolving to DO things, let’s look at some things we all should STOP doing on social media. Below are the top 3 things to stop doing on social media.
Looking for the perfect gift for the nerd on your list this holiday season? We’ve got you covered! Below are 3 of the top tech toys for this holiday season:
On Tuesday the popular photo sharing site, Instagram, announced that they would add new language to their intellectual property policy which states that they own all photos that are on Instagram, and can use them “without payment or notification”. Now, as Americans, we don’t like people messing with what we perceive to be our property, which meant there was an immediate and far reaching backlash against the site, along with demands to revoke the new policy, or face a serious loss in users.
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