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Using Chrome Profiles to Stay Organized

chrome profiles to stay organized

I have a spreadsheet on my computer listing more than 230 online accounts that I use both personally and for my business. That’s just the main sheet. That’s not counting the other pages with client log in credentials, or my client hosting accounts. It’s gets crazy pretty fast. I honestly don’t remember when I started keeping this spreadsheet, but it has grown exponentially in recent years. There’s just no way…
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Attempting to Clear the Reddit Confusion

reddit confusion

Last Updated: 6/21/2016 Do you Reddit? I’m a true-blue Redditor for sure. I promised you a Reddit guide, but it’s been done hundreds of times over. I’m a proponent of not trying to best what someone else has done well enough. Some big players like Mashable and Kissmetrics have both put together pretty exhaustive guides, so I’m going to tell you why I find it beneficial rather than tell you…
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How to Use Canva to Create Professional Graphics

how to use canva

Last Updated: 12/18/2016 Canva.com is hands-down one of the most useful and powerful tools in my arsenal. I’ve been using it for a multitude of graphics tasks for well over a year now. I can almost guarantee if you try it, you will use it. Why wouldn’t you? 😛 I’d like to show you how to use Canva to create professional graphics for everything from your blog posts to social…
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Essential WordPress Plugins for Beginning Bloggers

essential wordpress plugins

Stock WordPress doesn’t have much in the way of customization, but it does have a robust plugin engine that will make it do anything you want. You can turn your site in to a membership site, forums, a social network, or just add this functionality to your blog. Besides adding functionality and customization, plugins also protect your site from spam, optimize it for the search engines, and so much more…
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If This Then That: Don’t Tell Anyone

IFTTT collections

Once in a while as an Internet Marketer, you come across something that you want to keep all to yourself. This is one of those things. I found a tool that is revolutionary for anyone who uses Social Media, a smartphone, and/or stuff that is connected to the Internet of things. So far, I’m using this tool to create content on one of my blogs automatically, mute my phone every…
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