If you already have plenty of LinkedIn connections, but don’t have too many Twitter followers yet, you may want to “tweet” from LinkedIn rather than from Twitter. You can set it up so that your LinkedIn status updates carry through as tweets in your Twitter account. Continue Reading »
When I first installed Office 2010 on Windows 7, I got an error and it rolled back the whole installation.
Install Office 2010 Successfully
To install Office 2010 successfully, I had to do the following two things: Continue Reading »
In 1999, I interned for Zefer, a big web development shop. It called itself an internet consulting firm, but it was basically a web development company with a bunch of salespeople /consultants. Zefer landed a whopping $100 million dollars in venture capital in May 1999 Continue Reading »
Codex, the built-in editor to WordPress isn’t a bad editor as far as WYSIWYG HTML editors go, but for people not used to the quirks of such editors, it can be difficult to use. So, I was pleased to find out that you can publish to WordPress using Word 2007. Depending on the design elements in your article, it may need some cleanup in Codex, but does a decent job getting you started. In the video below, I show how to use Word 2007 to publish a blog post to WordPress.
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Google provides a free Keyword Tool, which is designed to help AdWords users find keywords and key phrases to target for their Google ads. The tool, however, can also be utilized to select phrases to include in the content of your pages to help those pages appear higher in search results. Continue Reading »
At Webucator, we use Yammer for internal communications. We like it a lot, but I considered trying to use TweetDeck instead as many of us Twitterers already use it. My thinking was as follows: Continue Reading »
As of this morning, Guy Kawasaki (@guykawasaki) has 223,631 followers (including me). With that many followers, wouldn’t it be great if you could get Guy to follow you? On the face of it, it seems like it would lend a lot of credibility to your account and if you could get his attention, he might retweet one of your tweets to all of his followers! Now wouldn’t that be awesome! Continue Reading »
Almost every programming class or book starts with a “Hello World” script, in which students learn to write a small program that outputs “hello world”. According to the all-knowing wikipedia, this practice dates back to 1974 and was first used in a book on C. Continue Reading »
I first read Hubspot’s Inbound Marketing: Get Found Using Google, Social Media, and Blogs (The New Rules of Social Media) book about six months ago. It’s an easy read and well organized, but it doesn’t go very deep into anything. For example, Continue Reading »