Monday, January 16, 2012

Setting Up Google Analytics with your tumblr Blog

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People have been asking how to connect their Google Analytics account with their tumblr blogs.  So, instead of answer the question over and over I will just post the solution.  Essentially adding the Google Analytics tracking code to tumblr is the same as adding it to any other webpage.  Open the webpage you want to track and find the tag in the code.  From there, you copy and paste the tracking code right above the tag.  Save your theme and you should be good to go.  Remember, Google Analytics can take up to 24 hours to update, but you should be able to verify it worked back in Google Analytics.

If you would like the step by step check out the official tumblr post on how to accomplish this:  tumblr/google analytics

As usual let us know if you have any questions!

Links:
Google Analytics
tumblr
NinjaTechHelp Facebook page







Friday, December 2, 2011

What is iCloud ??

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In the past few weeks a lot of people have been asking about iCloud,  whether or not it can be useful for them.  Think of iCloud as a giant hard drive on the internet.  Your chosen data can then be backed up and viewed from your iPhone, iPad, iTouch or even from the internet. 

Instead of reinventing the wheel here are some links that best describe what exactly iCloud is and how to use it. 

Setup and configuration is pretty straight forward, check back soon for a tutorial on how to do that.


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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Is Someone Stealing Your Wi-Fi?

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Lately we have been asked a lot about how to determine what/who is connected to their wireless internet. Most people become curious when they suspect someone is using their connection without their permission. Our first suggestion is to verify they are running WPA-AES security.  If they already are then we suggest changing your password to see if that helps solve the problem. Second you could also check your connected devices within your router's software. The best thing you can do is make sure you are running WPA-AES wireless security.

For more in depth information check out this post over at Lifehacker


Thursday, July 28, 2011

The Best Android File Manager

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The Best File Management App for Android

There has been a lot of talk lately about file management apps for Android. Everyone seems to have a favorite for different reasons but our favorite is ES File Explorer It can be download from the Android Market Place HERE.

For more information check out this post over at Lifehacker

Do you have a favorite file management app? Let us know in the comments.


LINKS:

ES File Explorer
Android Market Place
Lifehacker
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