Sunday, March 29, 2015

FREE: RSS Search Engine

Check out this awesome RSS Search Engine. Use Google search terms and operators. Real-time results. 

Hasn't been updated since 2013...but that's cool, 'cause some things are groovy as they are. :D

Sunday, March 22, 2015

FREE: Setting Up Google DoubleClick for Publishers (Google DFP)

Just found this groovy article about setting up Google DoubleClick for Publishers, thanks to the folks at Digital Inspirations for making this guide. 

This guide shows you how to complement your AdSense revenue by selling ads on your website.

Sunday, March 15, 2015

FREE: Create Tweets Longer than 140 Characters

Use the video demonstration on TallTweets.com to create tweets longer than 140 characters. 

This tool offers two options for sending long tweets: 1.) tweet storm (breaks long tweets into 140 character chunks); and, 2.) tweet image (convert longer tweets into an image - all-in-one).

The catch: the services wants permission to post for you...as in, after you compose your long tweet using this service, the service will chunk or image the tweet, then post to your twitter account. If you do not want to allow this service access to your twitter account, don't use the service. Instead, you can write your tweet in an image editor, save as the file as a .JPG and tweet the picture yourself.


Sunday, March 8, 2015

FREE: AdSense Sandbox for Verifying Site Ads

Use this free tool to verify AdSense Ads (or, check to see if your AdSense account has been banned).

This tool shows the ad types for your website, just type in your website's URL.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

FREE: Redirect Blogger RSS Feeds to FeedBurner

For publishers considering FeedBurner, follow these two Google tutorials for redirecting your Blogger feed to FeedBurner:
Redirect Blogger Feed to FeedBurner (redirect instructions are after the FeedBurner set up information).
Should I Change My Chicklets to FeedBurner, too? (instructions for using your original feed address in the event FeedBurner shuts down - shows how to keep your subscribers)

Using Google's Feedburner for Feeds