If you’ve ever needed the “Hello World” program in other languages, try this. It has 366 coding languages and 58 human ones.
TinyPaste takes in long strings of text and converts them to short URLs. Mark walks you through what it does and how to use it. Screenshots included.
Now that you’ve updated to Firefox 3, check out these updated exensions; you may find something you don’t know about.
If you’ve ever deleted a file and realized just a second too late, undelete my files can help you recover them. Easy to use, free and comes with a file wiper, an option to permanently delete files without recovery too.
You might be using Google Analytics, but it’s always useful to have other analytics packages. Samuel walks you through Piwik and Visitorville.
Tad gives us three great tools (two I’d never seen before), that help you determine how your blog is seen in the blogosphere.
Glen tells you what to look out for when examining your sites SEO health
Three Google teams join forces to bring you a free online seminar. If you want to know anything about webmaster tools, analytics, or optimization, sign up here.
It’s all about structure, balance, color, small details, clarity and emphasis, remarkability and functionality. Michael tells you why these elements matter.
If you’ve ever wanted to send an automated e-mail to new commenters, read Matt’s post and get it right. Do it wrong, and risk alienating your audience.
In this three part strategy aimed at DIY marketers, Maki defines the tactics to help you be more effective with social media marketing
Dave Balter, from the agency BzzAgent, offers you his book ($45 on Amazon) as a free download. (PDF)
Mark shows you how Sea World and Kami Huyse created a social media campaign that drove 200K Visitors to the park in two months
Drew answers the question “How do you market your business if you don’t have a lot of money?” with five simple tips.
If you’re a fan of e-mail marketing, read this check list before you hit the send button.