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Gmail New Update – Are You Freaked Out?

Google’s digital address book, Gmail is all set for the new update, by integrating with its two-and-a-half-year old social network Google+. The new update allow strangers to invade your inbox, as Google+ (540 million) users can send you emails without needing the address of yours! Are you freaked out? For many ( most of us), inbox is a private book where we...

What Does Your Social Media Say About You?

Building a cohesive, consistent, valuable online persona for your business Social Media Faux Pas: NRA’s pro-gun Tweet after Aurora shooting, KitchenAid’s Tweet making light of the death of President Obama’s grandmother, or Amy’s Bakery Boutique & Bistro’s Facebook meltdown. None of these are examples from which to stem your social media voice. We all...

Government Shutting Down-Effects On Social Media

The United States federal government shutdown that began at 12:00 a.m. on October 1 has had many consequences that were anticipated such as the furlough of 800,000 non-essential government workers. But a few unexpected and, perhaps even unprecedented consequences are taking place on social media. Social Media is a source of information about the Shutdown Many...

Importing Technology Into Your Next Charity Event

All of us have good intentions and raise our hands to help out with one event or another and these commitments often turn into many more hours than we have in the day.  We’ve come across a software tool that may help give you back a few hours the next time you volunteer to chair an activity, as well as a few dollars. A la Reg is a new online form creation tool...

Can The Cloud Replace Portable Storage?

The key feature shared by storage in the cloud and on physical drives or memory sticks is the portability of the data they contain. A file saved in the cloud, or copied onto a USB drive, can be accessed through any computer. It is not tied to any physical location or device. Aside from this shared accessibility, there is little in common between these two methods...

The Ups And Downs Of The Digital Age

In this modern era, everything is heading (if it hasn’t already gone) in the way of the 1 and the 0. It’s a digital world we live in. Our books are backlit, our music is binary and the majority of our communications arrive in 140 characters or less. Sure, at times it may be a nuisance; it could quite possibly cause us all to question the direction of humanity...

Digital Marketing Budgeting: How To Allocate Budget For Social Media Marketing?

Allocating digital marketing budget is a nightmare for CMOs of small and midsized businesses. Resources allocation with limited budget is a tough job. While a fourth of the budget is exhausted on paid digital advertising in most companies, social marketing also requires a budget to be successful. Many companies assume it’s FREE but unfortunately it’s one of the...

What Is A DDoS Attack?

DDoS stands for “Distibuted Denial of Service”. This is a form of attack which is performed against a web-server. In a Distributed Denial of Service attack, a large number of clients send repeated requests to a server, flooding it with incoming messages until it becomes unable to answer requests from legitimate users. Usually, DDoS attacks begin with...

A Guide To Office 365 For Businesses

The Cloud is the latest big buzzword in the tech industry. Although Microsoft is usually late in entering new fields, its products are generally solid, simple, and reliable. The Office 365 is the software giant’s big entry into the cloud service industry and a rival to Google’s longstanding cloud-based productivity suite- Google Docs. This guide has been written...

8 Questions You Should Ask Your Clients

I have worked in the web design branch for quite some time now and the best thing that I have learned is that working with the clients and co-operating with their wishes is essential for creating a good, solid website that will serve its purpose. After all, you are creating the website for them and it is their company that will be represented. So, if you decide...

Is Hash Tag Really Helpful In Facebook?

Hashtag convert text on your page or time-line into click-able links.  Any kind of text can be Hashtaged. It could be a topic or a phrase for example. It is Facebook’s way of categorizing all the posts and making them available with a single search phrase. This is a handy index of topics that is even searchable. When you click the hashtag Facebook will display...

How Kerala Tourism Made The World Dance

The monsoon is at its full-swing here in God’s Own Country, Kerala. As the first showers were kissing the nature, do you know what was brewing in the Department of Tourism? The interactive gesture controlled When It Rains to bring you monsoon memories. Kerala Tourism story is one of the most successful branding stories in India, now they are on the big tech...

Easy Select, View And Plan Your Travel- A Look At TripOrg

Organizing a trip is a wonderful experience. Choosing the destination is exciting but it takes a lot of time to plan what to do there: you should consider what is on, opening times, distances, etc… Triporg is here to help you! Triporg is the online trip organizer that in a few seconds helps you to choose what to see and do in the city you select. Triporg makes...

Tips For Embedding An Instagram Video

Facebook has unveiled video sharing feature on Instagam yesterday in an event organized at California headquarters. Facebook is working hard to adapt all the features which its competitors have, introducing Instagram video is kind of imitating Twitter’s ‘Vine‘.  However Instagram’s video has its own uniqueness. There is something that Instagram...

Attention Grabbing Creative PR Pitches

There were times in the past when public relations professionals used to fax pitches and press releases to media outlets. But now the whole scenario has changed, PR pitches are to be made quirky, funny, and creative in order to grab the attention of the media and to inspire a story idea. For instance a reporter or blogger receive around 100-300 emails everyday...