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How to Find Stock Photos And Royalty Free Images For Blogs and Websites

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There is no dispute over importance of using images in blog posts! It has tremendous effects on readability of post as well as grabbing attention from audience, especially while sharing links in social media platforms. However, majority of bloggers face serious issues while choosing images for blog posts. If you do not keep legalities while using pictures from other websites, you shall face issues such as DMCA...

How To Take Screenshots on Android Smartphones Without Installing App

Take Screenshots on Android Device Without App

We all know that screenshots are essential for an effective tutorial! Since people need more tutorials for mobile than PCs and traditional computers now, it makes enough sense to learn how to take screenshots on your Android device. Particularly, this is useful if you are a blogger, who writes on Android, as you can use those screenshots to make that tutorial really effective, especially for those who are not...

5 Best Google Analytics Alternatives for Analysing Website Traffic

Google Analytics Alternatives

Google Analytics is the most widely used tool for measuring and analyzing a website’s traffic. According to a report published on TechCrunch, more than 10 million websites use Google Analytics for analyzing their traffic, but the majority of websites are accessing GA’s free version only, because its paid version starts from flat $150,000 USD a year, which isn’t affordable for all. So, for...

How To Hide Your Facebook Friends List

Hide Facebook Friends List

Your Facebook friends list is public by default, but in case you want to hide it, you can easily do that. Here’s how to do it, Follow these steps for hiding your Facebook friends list from others, Login to your Facebook account. Open your Facebook friends list and click on the ‘pencil’ icon highlighted in the screenshot below After you click on the ‘pencil’ icon, a drop down...

Top 6 Free Online Plagiarism Checker Websites

Plagiarism Checker Websites (Free)

When it comes to blogging, plagiarism should always be avoided because, if you will publish any form of plagiarized content on your blog then Google will push down your blog in search results and you may lose a lot of traffic and credibility as well. The issue of plagiarized content is prominent in those blogs where guest posts are accepted. In order to avoid any such issue, you must check the submitted content...

How To Track Email Opens & Clicks in Gmail and Outlook

Track Sent Email Opens

On Facebook and WhatsApp, If the recipient opens your message, you get to know instantly but it’s not the same with emails. Most of the times, we never know if the email that we have sent has been opened or not? We only get to know when we receive a reply from the recipient’s end, otherwise not. SEE ALSO: Turn off Facebook Chat Seen But, if you are using Gmail or Microsoft Outlook and If you...

The Complete Guide for PPC Management

Guide for PPC (Pay Per Click) Management

Posting adverts with a PPC (pay per click) campaign can be a very good way to drive highly targeted traffic to your website. The great thing about writing and uploading PPC adverts onto an affiliate network is that they are so cheap to post. You can simply offer a few cents per click. You may not have the fastest response if you are only paying a few cents per click, but eventually your adverts will be seen...

Top 5 Misconceptions About Recovery of Deleted Files

Top 5 Misconceptions About Recovery of Deleted Files

Many of us have faced the situation when we accidentally deleted a file or even an entire folder and then tore our hair out, and looked for a way of fixing it. The solution does exist which is recovery of deleted items with the help of various software(s) available online. However, let’s have a look at the common myths about recovery of deleted files. 1. All file systems are the same It is not so, because...

Dalvik vs ART: Android’s Future Runtime Introduced in Kitkat

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In Android 4.4 Kitkat, Google introduced a run-time environment ART, though ART is experimental, It hints that Google might completely replace its current run-time Dalvik. This option is available in developer options of Android in Kitkat. There are many pros and cons of ART run-time, and it is still in working, but in future versions of Android, this might replace Dalvik run-time completely. Let’s see...

Top 5 Online Jobs For Students To Earn Money

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A student pursuing high-school or Undergraduate College, or Degree College has numbers of needs to be met, that requires a steady flow of a decent amount of money. As today’s youth are growing more self-conscious, and want to strive in this world on their own, they ask for pocket money or allowances to their parents very infrequently. Thus the usual need for part time income arises, to provide the students...

Nexus 5 Problems (Issues) And How to Solve Them

Nexus 5 Problems (Issues) And How to Solve Them in 2014

It has been a couple of months since the launch of Google or LG Nexus 5 and it has become one of the hottest selling smartphone in many countries. Although It is a great deal at $350 but there are many issues faced by the Nexus 5 owners that hint that Nexus 5 is still buggy with some hardware and software issues. In the past we have seen flagship smartphones with bugs like Galaxy S4 lag in daily tasks, overheating...

How to Get Transparency on Home Launcher in Android 4.4 Kitkat on Nexus 4 Without Rooting

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Android 4.4 KitKat update started rolling out on Nexus 4 worldwide, Nexus 4 users who upgraded their devices to Android 4.4 might have noticed that the home launcher experience is not as same as on Nexus 5. The Nexus 4 home launcher lacks the same transparency as found on Nexus 5, Google’s decision to keep Google Experience launcher exclusive to Google  Nexus 5 might disappoint millions of Nexus 4 users...