Friday, December 2, 2011

SEO Terms | SEO Himanshu

SEO Terms | SEO Himanshu

Thursday, November 10, 2011

How to add Google + tab to facebook page

Did you know that you can automatically import Google+ public stream into a Facebook page? There is an application known as Google Plus Tab for Pagesthat does just that. The app can easily take any Google+ public stream and feed it into a tab on your Facebook page. Here’s how to do that:

A) Installing the app

  1. Go to Google Plus Tab for Pages app page (opens in a new tab/window).
    google plus tab for pages app
  2. At the top of the page you’ll notice a blue Go to App button.  Clicking that button will take you to Request Permission dialog page. Click Allow to permit Google+ to access your Facebook basic information.
    add to page
  3. Next click the Add Google + to your page. Then choose the Facebook page you want to add the tab to from the dropdown facebook page
  4. Next click the Add Google Plus Tab for Pages button to confirm you want to add the application to the chosen Facebook page. Clicking the button will take you to the page, however you won’t see the tab just yet.

b) Configuring the app settings

  1. Click on Edit Info link under the title of your Facebook page.
  2. Click on Apps on the left sidebar to go to apps page.
    apps page
  3. Scroll down the page and look for Google Plus Tab for Pages app. Click the Go to App link once you get there. 
    google+ tab for pages admin settings
  4. Under Admin Settings, select the page you want to add the app to, enter your (or anyone else’s) Google+ profile ID,  enter the number of Google+ updates you want to appear in the tab at any one time, and lastly clickChange to save the settings.
  5. Now go back to view your page and you should now see the newly added Google+ tab. 
    google plus tab in facebook sidebar
  6. Click the tab to view your Google+ public stream. Note: Only Google+’s public stream will show up in the tab.
  7. Enjoy!

Monday, June 13, 2011

Google’s +1

See +1's

Sometimes it’s easier to find exactly what you’re looking for when someone you know already found it. Get recommendations for the things that interest you, right when you want them, in your search results.

The next time you’re trying to remember that bed and breakfast your buddy was raving about, or find a great charity to support, a +1 could help you out. Just make sure you're signed in to your Google Account.

Show +1's

In order to +1 things, you first need a public Google profile. This helps people see who recommended that tasty recipe or great campsite. When you create a profile, it's visible to anyone and connections with your email address can easily find it.

Your +1’s are stored in a new tab on your Google profile. You can show your +1’s tab to the world, or keep it private and just use it to personally manage the ever-expanding record of things you love around the web.

Friday, May 27, 2011

How To Download Your ENTIRE FaceBook Profile

Facebook has rolled out a slick new feature recently that they made no announcement of, and most people aren't even aware that it exists. So here's a tutorial on exactly how to download the ENTIRE contents of your FaceBook profile. It'll get everything ... all of your statuses, all comments on your statuses, all photos in your photo albums, all inbox messages (no sent-box messages though Sad ), and so forth, all the way back to when you signed up!
As you can imagine, this can be very private, personal information, so be sure to safeguard the file once it finishes downloading if you don't want peeping eyes on it. On the other hand, FaceBook can sometimes be squirrely and you never know if they may arbitrarily decide to delete or block you out of your profile, so it's a good idea to grab it every so often, just in case.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office

Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office brings collaborative multi-person editing to the familiar Microsoft® Office experience. You can share, backup, and simultaneously edit Microsoft Word, PowerPoint®, and Excel® documents with co-workers.
Watch the videos below to learn how Google Cloud Connect teaches your old docs new tricks.