The most comprehensive and up-to-date list of how many people are using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn and hundreds more of the top social media, apps and tools from around the world. Updated for March 2014. Continue reading
In this installment of our digital stats post series, we look at the internet browser wars and some of the usage statistics for the major players like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari. Continue reading
Here is a comprehensive list of all of the Google app statistics that you need to know. Updated for February 2014. Continue reading
Here is a comprehensive list of all of the Google stats and facts that you need to know. Updated for February 2014. Continue reading
There is nothing wrong with trying to keep a New Year resolution going for as long as possible and there are a number of mobile apps that will make your efforts a bit easier. Continue reading
The big night is almost upon us and once again, a couple of our favorite digital platforms are making it easy for you and your kids to track Santa Clause’s journey from the North Pole. Continue reading
Google posted this helpful video on YouTube earlier today. It walks you through the steps necessary to putting Google Search and Chrome on your Windows 8 Start Screen. Fear not, the process is very easy. Continue reading
Unbaby.me is a Chrome extension that searches your Facebook feed for baby-related keywords and replaces any image in matched posts with images of your choice. Continue reading
It’s just about Summertime, so I will cut you a little slack if you haven’t been glued to your computers reading Digital Ramblings lately.
Fear not. Here is a quick rundown of last week’s digital marketing posts so you can get caught up… Continue reading
“The Internet for Left-Handers” extension aims at ending Internet descrimination by flipping the link cursor (the hand cursor when you hover over a link) from right to left. Continue reading
Google just announced on their blog that they are launching Chrome for Android Beta. Among the features touted in the post is the ability to sign in to Chrome (like you can do on the desktop version) and sync up your bookmarks and tabs to your desktop browser. Continue reading
WordPress announced their new Chrome extension yesterday, which is the latest move in their recent push to become more of a social platform.
The key features of the new extension are notifications for new blog likes and follows and the ability to quickly create a new post from your browser. The latter is very handy when you come across a web page that you would like to write a new post about. Continue reading