How to create good and effective web content that your online audience is more likely to read and share on social sites.
This is a collection of evergreen how-guides and detailed tutorials to help you do more with software tools that you use daily.
You need a pair of red and blue colored 3D glasses to watch any of the 3d videos on YouTube. Learn how you can make your own 3D glasses at home.
Meet the best online tools that will help you test the responsive design of your website across popular devices including the iPad, iPhone, Android, Kindle and more.
Learn how to generate a complete sitemap of your Blogger blog using an online sitemap generator and submit the XML sitemap to Google via robots.txt.
Public DNS services like OpenDNS or Google DNS may offer more faster lookups than your ISP DNS server of your ISP but in some cases, you may get much better download speeds if you use your ISP settings.
Google Fonts make web pages look beautiful but external fonts can also increase the page load time of your website. Learn how to reduce the size of Google font files.
We compare the features of Windows SkyDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox to help you pick the best file storage and sync service for your specific requirements.
Learn how you can capture animations in Google Earth and even record video tours without switching to Google Earth pro.
Learn how you can control multiple computers with one keyboard and mouse. The software is a better alternative to Input Director and Synergy.
This guide describes how you can authenticate your Google Apps domain with SPF and therefore prevent ISPs from marking your legit Gmail emails as spam.
Are you not getting messages or emails in Facebook? Check the Other folder and the missing messages could well be hiding there.
If your connection speed reduces while watching Flash videos on YouTube or when downloading files from the Internet, your ISP could be the one to blame.
Before sharing your digital photographs over email or on a public website, learn how to remove the camera EXIF data, GPS location and other metadata from these images.
How you can identify the format of files that have an unknown extension or don’t even have an extension. Also find the associate program to open that file type.
Learn how you can find the other websites (or domain names) that are owned by some person using online lookup tools.
Learn how you can automatically log in to multiple Gmail accounts and check all your mailboxes simultaneously.
Learn how you can use your own custom web domain with Dropbox. All your public filie URLs will have your own web address and not dropbox.com
Learn how to translate PDF files, Word Documents, and other Office files from one language to another using Google Translate.
This illustration shows how researchers and students should cite tweets in academic work using the APA and the MLA styles.