Monthly Archives: August 2010
We have all used Google. In fact, it is still the most popular search engine available. Powerful, with accurate and fast results, more and more people turn to Google for all of their searching needs. But what happens when Google isn’t enough? When you are searching for a crucial piece of information or a particular image or sound file? Utilizing a Google search engine advanced search function may very well provide you with the results you need.
We are all familiar with YouTube—perhaps the most popular of all the video search engines currently on the market. YouTube, created to allow for the easy distribution of videos may have paved the way, but other sites are now firmly entrenched in the competition. Google’s service may very well offer YouTube their biggest competition. Google video capture allows users to quickly and easily capture videos offered by the service and to reuse them. Trying out a new video service like Google Video can be fun and rewarding and capturing the videos couldn’t be easier.
Too much of anything is never good—and that goes double for those that have become addicted to one of the hottest social media sites on the internet—Twitter. Anyone who finds themselves obsessed or even just overly distressed by Twitter may want to consider the official ‘diagnosis,’ Twitter Rage. The guilt, anger and frustration many people experience when it comes to their Twitter account is more than just a little bit concerning. In fact, it may be a good idea for everyone to study Twitter Rage 101. After all, knowing the signs and the symptoms is the first step towards a complete recovery.
For a long times, one of the few complaints Facebook users had was the inability to apply different background layouts for Facebook. Unlike MySpace, which allows users to radically change the way their profile appears, it is often difficult to recognize it as a MySpace page. Facebook has long stuck with their traditional, if somewhat plain background layout. There is some evidence that Facebook may have begun to move towards a more customizable experience for their users.
Most Facebook users are aware that it is currently not possible to change the overall layout and design of their Facebook page. Unlike MySpace and other popular social networking sites, Facebook has stayed away from allowing users to customize their pages, preferring to focus instead on creating connections and relationships. Still, many Facebook users are looking for a way to make their pages more personal. Learning a few tips may very well teach you how do you put a layout on Facebook.
After months of anticipation, Twitter is ready to announce the addition of ads to their site. The popular site expects to bring in a steady stream of revenue from the ads. The advertisements will be placed in search results and there is some indication they maybe eventually added to users’ timelines. While not unexpected, the fact that Twitter adds ads isn’t making everyone happy.
Twitter has quickly become a popular medium for these looking for a fast and fun way to communicate with their friends and family. For many people, Twitter is nothing more than a place to post funny stories or the latest news. Unfortunately, there are those who actively seek to exploit the information they find on Twitter. For those who don’t learn important Twitter Safety Tips and practice them on a regular basis, disaster may soon appear on the horizon.
Social networking has long been a favorite among teenagers and young adults. Developed as a way to connect people with similar interest or even those with long lost connections, the various social networking sites have seen an explosion in popularity over the past several years. Almost everyone has a FaceBook or MySpace page, so much so that many people use it to keep up with each other’s lives. The phrase “I saw that on your FaceBook page” is more popular than ever. Recently senior citizens have begun joining in, touching base with long lost friends and making new ones. Senior social networking is on the rise.
FaceBook, created in 2004, is one of the most popular social networking websites on the internet. Easy to use, it allows people to established free accounts quickly and easily. Searchable profiles form the basis of the system that allows friends and families to stay connected. Because the profiles are searchable and FaceBook has worked diligently to create search tools that allow users to find people in a variety of ways, it is also the best place to reconnect with long lost friends. This is especially true of finding friends from school. There is an extensive list of schools on FaceBook that makes this quick and easy for any users.
Over the past several years, social media sites like FaceBook and MySpace have become an integral part of many consumers’ lives. Used for everything from keeping track of friends and family to marketing business efforts, it seems like everyone has a FaceBook profile. FaceBook, which has millions of users, may very well be the most popular social media site and many of its users often ask the following question: How can I see who looks at my FaceBook profile? They ask this question with good reason. Whether you are interested in who is looking for you or more interested in targeting the traffic that views your profile, there are a lot of reasons people would like to know just exactly who views their profile.