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7 Tools To Help Boost Your Blog

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Writing a blog can actually be one of the best ways to relieve some stress. But, there are also some instances in which bloggers earn some money on it. Who would have thought that in just a simple writing you can gain a lot of things.

It can be that difficult to start with a blog, especially when you are not born to be a blogger in the first place. But in reality, there is nothing to fear as just like any activities, blogging can be that easy to learn, when you are that determined to do it. There is nothing to fear when you are going to venture with blogging as there are actually some tools to help you any newbie bloggers to stay on the right track.

Hence, here are some tools that will help you boost your blog.

1. Wordpress - this can be considered to be one of the popular and user friendly tool that any bloggers will definitely recommend to use. When you deal with blogging, it is important that you are comfortable with that you are about to use. The fact that it is a free software and that newbies will not have a hard time as it is easy to customize to a blogger's content.

2. Google Analytics - this can be one of the tools that every blogger should have. Some may not be familiar with it, but for some who can be pro in the field of blogging. Google Analytics is recommended for bloggers can have that access enough to find out the sources of traffic and if how much time does visitors spend on your site and shows some specific reason on why they end up clicking on your site. In the end this free tool can certainly help every bloggers monitor and analyze their traffic in a convenient way.


3. 99designs - when it comes to graphic design, this tool is something that should not be missed!. The fact that it has that unique site and considered as marketplace in which it can provide some information on a specific project. This could be a good place to visit when bloggers have some frustrations in terms of designing. In this it will help them see and have that most creative minds.

4. BufferApp - when it comes to social media tools that can have that boosting effect, BufferApp is one of the tools to rely on. This is simply one of the most convenient site that will help every blogger manage their social account in a single site alone. The good thing about this is that it can give you some freedom to post anytime without facing the computer since blogger can schedule it.

5. Wistia - blog can tend to be too boring if there is no video that can be attached to it. That is why Wistia is one of the tools that shouldn't be forgotten to be part of your blog. The good thing about this tool is that bloggers can create video players on it.

6. Scoop.it - This is one of the search engines of tool in blogging that really focuses content. What is nice about this tool is that it is convenient cause when you just key in a topic, there will instantly a lot of articles that accompany it that focuses on the specific niche.

7. Dragon Dictation - this is considered to be an easy blogging tool that will definitely turn a good speech into a text, too convenient that it does not need to type some documents or emails at all.

There are still tons of tolls out there that can be used in order to help boost and promote your blog. A blog does not need to be too perfect, what matters the most is that the content is something that readers can enjoy the most. Blogging does not need to be complicated rather it should be easy to handle and that it should also be approachable enough.

Author's Bio
This is guest post by Lizelle Garnier, student and part-time assistant in one of the best essay writing service shop in which she started to gain that skills in writing and blogging. A passionate blogger and dreamer of becoming an outstanding writer. She loves to travel and writer anytime, anywhere.

Chrome 37 adds support for DirectWrite, Thus Font Rendering will be better (For Windows Users)

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- Finally, Chrome 37 has been released and I think the good think about the release is that they've added support for DirectWrite.
- According to Chromium blog,
Chrome 37 adds support for DirectWrite, an API on Windows for clear, high-quality text rendering even on high DPI displays. Before DirectWrite, Chrome used the Graphics Device Interface (GDI) to render text. GDI dates back to the mid-80's and reflects the engineering tradeoffs of that time, particularly for slower, lower-resolution machines.
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The image is from the Chromium blog.
- You can see in the above image that, How The Font rendering works with DirectWrite and without it.
- So now you can see the font prettier than before in Google Chrome if you've updated it to version 37.
- So here it's. Comment your views on this change by Chrome team. Thanks.

Whatsapp Privacy Basics You Should Know

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These days WhatsApp is becoming common chat platform among all, You should know what you are sharing in WhatsApp among all people.
Everybody can watch you on whatsapp, who have saved your number in their devices.
But in WhatsApp privacy option you can set what to display to whom.
Let's talk in deep with screenshots,
First of all go to settings, then switch to account.
after you switch to account it will look like provided screenshot below,

Here we go, go to privacy, there you can find three options Last Seen, Profile Picture (better known as DP) and Status, from those options you can control visibility for each option. Like below we have shared both screen shot for options and how to control it,

Read that highlighted text, if you share your Last Seen with nobody, You won't be able to see others Last Seen.
If you set your visibility to my contacts it will be only visible to your saved contacts, it will not shown for those who have saved your number but you don't save their number.
So, This is how you can control privacy of your WhatsApp account,
Any suggestions or confusion write us in comment below...

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY to INDIA - Fifteenth of August

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Flag of INDIA
Independence Day, observed annually on 15 August, is a National Holiday in India commemorating the nation's independence from Kingdom of Great Britain [Commonly known as United Kingdom] on 15 August 1947. (Source Wikipedia)
- Hello everybody, Expect you all're fine. This post is dedicated to our country INDIA.
- I love my Country as you probably love yours.
- There are many Freedom Fighters who have fought for the Freedom of INDIA. Example: [Shahid] Bhagat Singh, Chandra Shekhar AzadBal Gangadhar TilakLala Lajpat Rai, (Mahatma Gandhi) Mohandas Karamchand GandhiRani lakshmibai, [Sardar] Vallabhbhai PatelSubhas Chandra Bose.
- You might like to know about Mahatma  in Mahatma Gandhi.. Right ? Mahatma means "Great Soul". By the way, Mahatma Gandhi is the Father of the Nation INDIA. (In India it's called Rastrapita).
- Every Fifteenth of August, There will be many activities done in All over INDIA like Flag Hoisting, Music and Dance Contests, In the movies channels, There might be screening Patriotic Movie whole day.
- It's happy occasion for the India.
- It would be cool if someone from the abroad wish the Indians Very Happy Independence Day :D
So, Here it's, Enjoy, take care :)

HTML Imports and CSS Variables Lands

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The wait is finally over, HTML Imports supported by Chrome 36 and Opera 23 (without enabling any flag) and CSS Variables supported by Firefox 31 (without enabling any flag).
- Looks like Firefox implementing the HTML Imports. (Embedded tweet)
- I've made a demo which can be used for an example for HTML Imports
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- I've written a post in SeeBeeTee about CSS Variables which you can find here.
- HTML Imports are really awesome in my opinion.
- Actually I don't know(till now) how to use the HTML Imports Polyfill but I'm giving you the link to Polyfill which might come handy... Polyfill for HTML Imports from Polymer.
How to Get Started with HTML Imports?
1. First you've to import it with the <link> tag. How?
<link rel="import" href="import.html" onload="handleLoad(event)" onerror="handleError(event)">
# onload and onerror are just for logging the status of the page. (If the import page has been loaded or not.)
I've wrapped my import page into <template> tag to clone it in a Javascript Variable.
2. You've to use Javascript to use the imported page.
// Thanks to http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/webcomponents/imports/
var link = document.querySelector('link[rel="import"]');

// Clone the <template> in the import.
var template = link.import.querySelector('template');
var clone = document.importNode(template.content, true);

document.querySelector('#getting-started-info').appendChild(clone);

function handleLoad(e) {
  console.log('Loaded import: ' + e.target.href);
}
function handleError(e) {
  console.log('Error loading import: ' + e.target.href);
}
# Variables: link used to select the link, template used to select the <template> from the imported page and clone for cloning the <template>'s content.
# Then we're just appending the <template>'s Content to the id getting-started-info of <div>.
# There are two functions. handleLoad will log that page which is imported has been loaded, And handleError will log that page has not been loaded (means some error).
3. Then we're done.
- This code is from my demo, Therefore the link will be which I've given above... Again: Demo page
- So this will be working if you're using the browser which supports HTML Imports.
- So here it's. Enjoy. Have any problems while doing this? Then leave your problem/issue in Comments and Yeah you can also give Feedback in Comments. :)