It’s been 4 years and now I have left sitemeter and I’m only using Google analytics and WordPress.com Stats plugin to check my blog stats. There are many similar web apps like Woopra, which you can consider, but nothing offers features like GA, which are free and very useful from usability and SEO perspective. But, if you are not very fond of GA, Site meter is a decent option to get stats about your visitors. … [Read more...] about Real Time Website Visitors Tracking
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Blogging which had started out as a place to write and share your thoughts with people is now slowly becoming one of the strongest and powerful mass media. With the fast developing web world, blog has taken a spot at the top. Bloggers are recognized and appreciated for their works, invited to social events. This really shows that blogging is a powerful medium to connect with people around the globe. … [Read more...] about Do You Know the Real Time Benefits of Blogging?
To push the distraction-free mode to the limit, Firefox and Chrome have a Full Screen feature that makes the current page fill the entire screen—this means that the title and the content of the post or page you’re working on will be the only things you see.Auto-save means you don’t even have to worry about saving–just write. … [Read more...] about 25 Blogging Tools to Help You Save Time, Work Better, and Get Things Done
The middle game is where the fun is at. That’s where you probably have gotten a decent sized army from training troops at your barracks, and are ready to fight on the world map. The last time I did this, I was in an Order/Guild, and that was half the fun right there. You play with other people, so there’s a social aspect to it, but the real fun comes when collectively, everyone is working and co-coordinating attacks and resources to achieve a common goal. It may be time consuming of course, because of traveling does take time, but at that point players are probably already hooked to the game. … [Read more...] about Throne: Kingdom At War Revisited – Second Impressions
I was really surprised at how much time and detail went into these quests. The HUD could actually house and serve up all the videos (hosted on Vimeo), or you could watch the cutscenes outside of SL from the video link that the quest gave you. This was nice for the moments when the lag was just too much.. or if you didn’t want to give SL media permissions. … [Read more...] about Second Life: Finding Gold at the Fantasy Faire (A RFL Event)