When you log into , what do you see? If it’s neat looking graphs and tables, well, we need to talk. There is some serious intel that you can get from your web stats, stuff that will help you make real business decisions about how to use your website and your online marketing strategy. And nobody knows how to get us set up and on the right track than .
Join and live on July 10th, 12pm ET, on this next episode of "If I had a nickel". Bring your questions about Google Analytics and what to make of all these charts!
David is the co-owner of a boutique firm providing branding, graphic design, web design, web development and custom software development services and has been in the business since '97 and incorporated his business in ‘02. His clients have included Fortune 100 companies, major banks, large non-profits and universities, to small mom & pop businesses and charities. Probably over 200 sites and clients by now...
David started as a web designer, transitioned to a web developer, then to an information architect and online strategist.
In the Google-verse David is a Top Contributor for Blogger, a Rising Star for Google+, and was one of the first class of invitees to offer Helpouts sessions.
David’s company also is the brains behind the RFP Database, one of the largest online marketplaces for requests for proposals in the world, with over 120,000 registered users and having hosted over 100,000 requests for proposals.
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"If I had a nickel...Webmaster Transitions: Pleading Ignorance Doesn't Fly" http://bit.ly/finchshovi1
If I had a nickel... Detangling Your Business on da'Google http://bit.ly/finchshovi2
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My IT guy just told me to delete a folder I had called "personal music - move to Google". It was really old and I had forgotten all about it but it was hogging up 3GB. Well, that led me down memory lane to all kinds of crazy files I have here at work. One...
Go to your device settings
go to Applications
Go to All
Find the Google+ App
uninstall all updates for the google+ app
clear app data (this doesn't delete any photos, it just resets your settings)
Go to the play store
go to my apps
update your apps from the play store
go to your device settings
scroll to account
tap into google
tap into your email address
ensure all boxes are checked, so that sync is on for that item
especially the Google+, Google+ Photos, and Google+ Uploads
(Google Photos can be left off as it syncs your Picasa images to your gallery app)
Ensure sync is on for the whole device
Go to your device Settings
Go to Data Usage(this has moved to Accounts in Android v5+)
Tap the menu button
Check Auto-sync data
(depending on your device you may have a quick switch in your notifications drop down panel)
it should work as per normal now.
go to google+ app
log into app
ensure settings are to your requirements
go to the Photos app
go to the left side menu
go to On Device
if the Autobackup Cloud icon is highlighted blue tap it to switch it off for a particular folder that you don't want to be backed up.
This is optional
go back to the Google+ app
From the settings go to the autobackup settings
select the option to backup all photos now
do not dismiss the notification for it.
Do all the steps described you don't have to do the optional one, but please ensure that you do the steps in that order
We all agree that the scholarly, and/or rare books, should go to Brandeis as was Gerda's wish. Surely they will be more loved and used there than just sitting on shelves at one of the kids' houses. It's letting go of the collection as a whole that is so har...
This is my truth.
(Huge thanks to , , and for proofreading.)
I am terrible at goodbyes and letting go. Even though I haven't looked at the darn place more than once a year at best for the past six or seven years, I'm going to miss it.
Why do things have to change?
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