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How to remove all old posts from your Facebook Timeline

Facebook is notoriously bad for reminding you of the things you’ve posted in the past. If you’re like me, you probably have quite a few posts lurking in the dark history of your Timeline that you completely forgot about. It’s time to delete those from once and for all, and I’m going to show you[…]

Vodacom Tanzania offers free online services to subscribers

  VODACOM has partnered with Facebook to provide free access to online services to its customers. The cellular telephone company said in a statement that its subscribers with smartphones will be able to access Facebook and a variety of key websites free of charge. “The Facebook for free service is for all Vodacom customers, including[…]

Twitter Is Shutting Down Its Vine Video App

Vine, the 3-year-old app that rose to popularity for its six-second video clips, is being shuttered. Twitter, which acquired Vine in 2012 before the app had even launched, announced Thursday morning that it would be discontinuing the app in the coming months. Over the years, Vine became especially popular with a growing creative community and[…]

Car thieves stopped in their tracks

By Louis Kolumbia In Summary Captain Dallu of the Tanzania People’s Defence Forces, went through an ordeal that lasted 12 hours and when it was over, he thanked God and testified his appreciation of the power of the social made in playing a crucial part in fighting crime. Dar es Salaam. Social media has once[…]

Survey shows millennials fall for cyber scams more often than seniors

Millennials aren’t as savvy online as they might lead on. A new survey found that half of all tech support scam victims were 18- to 34-year-olds. For comparison sake, the next age group (36 to 54) made up just over a third (34 percent), and the old-timers (over 55) were only 17 percent as likely[…]

19 percent of the web now runs on WordPress

SAN FRANCISCO — At the annual San Francisco WordCamp, WordPress creator Matt Mullenweg told the audience a fascinating stat about the service. In a talk that also included details on the next two versions of WordPress, Mullenweg said, “We’re now up to 18.9 percent of the web running WordPress. … We’re going to see the number[…]

EmergencyCompliment.com: a website that generates praise with the click of a button

Those suffering from the blues can now get a quick pick-me-up, thanks to EmergencyCompliment.com, a website that generates praise with the click of a button. Visitors to the the bare-bones site are greeted by a compliment in bold white letters on a neon-colored background. A sampling of the pseudo-kudos include: “Your cousins refer to you[…]

Why Are Mobile Ads So Cheap?

Mobile may be the future, but right now mobile ad units still command a lower price point on average than print and web advertisements. Earlier this year, the renowned venture capitalist and former Wall Street analyst Mary Meeker gave her much-watched annual presentation on Internet trends, during which she revealed a startling statistic based on[…]

Emoticons for Facebook comments

Facebook has implemented comments into the private messages. To use emoticons in Facebook comments you need to use shortcut codes shown in the table below to get the desired emoticon. These are the same smileys which can be used for some time in Facebook chat. Smiley Name Shortcut smile 🙂 🙂 :] =) frown 🙁[…]

Why You Should Not Rely on One Source of Web Traffic

Writing by Nick Stamoulis White hat SEO dictates that you take a blended approach to your link building. A diverse and consistent link building campaign demonstrates to the search engines your commitment to branding your site and building your online presence. It is important to make sure that your site isn’t flagged for trying to[…]

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