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    10 Useful Firefox Add-Ons for Bloggers

    July 27, 2011
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    Most people presume that blogging is just about writing content. Well, I’ve been blogging for almost 2 years now and I must say that blogging is not an easy task. Apart from writing great quality content, bloggers need to stay up-to-date with the latest news, follow other blogs in the same niche, optimize their content for search engines, look out for inspiration and much more. If you check out the Firefox add-ons directory, you will ...

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    6 tips to improve Google Chrome functionality

    June 19, 2011
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    This is a guest post by Rajesh who blogs at iPhone5Jailbreaktips. If you would like to write for ShoutMeLoud, check our guest posting guidelines. Despite the fact that the browser Google Chrome was released over two years ago, some users think google chrome has still in short supply for few particular functional. We have already shared lots of useful chrome extensions and if you missed  it, I suggest you to check out: Server monitoring chrome extensions for ...

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    30 Simple tips for Google Chrome users

    June 15, 2011
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    As we all know Google Chrome has taken more than 20 percent of browser market share and growing rapidly, it’s also become very favorable opinions among experts, and gradually expanding its user base. Chrome Browser is demonstrated that it is an interesting alternative for Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox and Opera. If you have not yet downloaded Google Chrome, here is a download link to Chrome full installer. Here at ShoutMeLoud, we have already talked about Google ...

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    5 Google Chrome Extensions to Track RSS Feeds

    February 24, 2011
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    Best way to stay updated in blogging is to read other blogs and what would be better than RSS feeds. There is Google Reader to read RSS feeds but if you are not the one who don’t prefer to use Google Reader to read RSS feeds then you can also give a try to FeedDemon which is one of my favorite RSS Feed Reader software. But while using Google Reader or Feeddemon you need to ...

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    8 Must Have Firefox Add-ons to Simplify Your Surfing Tasks

    November 23, 2010
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    Mozilla Firefox is the widely used browser known for its simplicity and features. One of the best feature of Firefox is that it can be made more useful by installing addons which simplify our daily surfing tasks as well as we can spice up Firefox interface using Personas. Below I have listed 8 addons which according to me are very useful. Foxmarks – If you use more than one computer then Foxmarks might become handy ...

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    RockMelt Review: A Social Web Browser

    November 12, 2010
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    Forget Firefox, chrome or safari; rising from the ashes of Netscape, Marc Andreessen is backing a brand new web browser called RockMelt, which is set out to revolutionize all browsers. It’s all about connections and social media, bringing together all your online profiles, making sharing your content that much easier and bringing together all of your favorite websites. Basically it’s set out to bring everything together, turn your web browser into something that can do ...

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    Rapportive Browser Addon: Get Info about Email Sender

    November 9, 2010
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    How many times have you recieved an Email from a legit but unknown person and un-knowingly you delete those Emails.  It happened to me many times and I’m sure it must have happened with you too at some point of time. Today we are going to learn about Rapportive which shows the social media profile and recent public social media activities of Email sender. In recent days I hardly covered any browser extension apart from ...

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    Alexa never shows actual traffic rank

    September 2, 2010
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    According to Wikipedia, Alexa is a California-based subsidiary company of Amazon.com that is known for its toolbar and website. Once installed, the toolbar collects data on browsing behavior which is transmitted to the website where it is stored and analyzed and is the basis for the company’s web traffic reporting. Alexa ranks sites based on tracking information of users of its Alexa Toolbar for Internet Explorer and from integrated sidebars in Firefox and Chrome. Hence ...

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