Note: You can share your gDrive with a non-google email securely IF that user has a google “account” See Instructions: https://www.marypainterdoss.com/uncategorized/create-a-google-account-with-your-business-email/
Login to Gmail Click on the block of dots next to your profile picture in the top right Then click gDrive Under “My Drive” choose the folder you want to share, or create one. Right click on the folder and click share
Enter the email address of the gmail user OR business email if they have a google account Choose how much access they have Editor (full access), Commenter (limited access), Viewer (they can only view the files) Add a message if you desire Click Send
Anything you put into that folder (or the folders below) that person will have access to if they login into their google account and click gDrive and “shared with me”
October 2020 Google updated Analytics to version 4. AND Of course they have moved things!!! Ugh Login to your Gmail and then go to Google.com/analytics
Sign in to your Analytics account.
Select an account from the menu in the ACCOUNT column.
Select a property from the menu in the PROPERTY column.
Choose Data Stream Webpage
Tagging Instructions Choose Globle Tag and Copy
Go to your WordPress –> Plugins –> new search for insert header footer (by ) Install & Activate
Go to Settings –> Insert Headers and Footers –> Scripts for Footer & paste the code from Google Analytics
BUT a bunch of things are missing!!!!!! To force analytics to use version 3…. 1. Click Add Property 2. Enter Property Name 3. Enter Time Zone 4. SELETCT CREATE A UNIVERSAL ANALYTICS PROPERTY 5. Enter URL 6. CHOOSE CREATE A UNIVERSAL ANALYTICS PROPERTY ONLY!!!!! Now your Audience & Acquisition & Behavior Folders are all back!! Yea!
The only updated source I could find was this…..thankfully!
To update payment click nav menu (3 lines to left on desktop) Click Billing GoTo linked billing account & make sure current credit card info is there At the top it may say your trial has expired Note: you must be logged into the gmail account in which you originally created this API
Windows Movie Maker is no longer available, what do you do when you want to make a quick movie?
Log into your google account and goto Photos icon in the pull-down menu top right. Goto Albums & Create an Album| Back on Google Photos Main Page, Select Assistant from the Menu on the left. Click the +Create at the top & Select Animation You can then download the animated.gif (Cons – can’t set the time between frames)
Rumor is that on Tuesday April 21, 2015 Google is going to change their algorithm favoring mobile friendly sites.
So what does this mean for you? If you have a fairly new site that was developed in something likeWordPress, Drupal or Joomla, chances are you are fine and have aresponsive websitethat is consideredmobile friendly. And if not, these programs offer many templates or themes and all you will have to do is download one that is responsive.
But what if you have had your site for years and it was designed with older html that was not set up with a different version or page to show properly on smartphones? Google has pages and pages explaining what you can do to gain a “green light” from theGoogle Mobile Friendly Test Page. I have broken it down to the bare minimum required, since time is now of the essence.
How to get from
First, you need to add code to your index.html (or php or whatever your home page is)
Next, you need to create a mobile.html page. This page should be fairly bare without videos, flash, etc.
Add this to your new mobile.html page
<!– Must add this for Google –>
<link rel=”canonical” href=”http://yourdomainhere.com/“>
<meta name=viewport content=”width=device-width, initial-scale=1”>
<!– End Google Mobile Requirements –>
I usually have the site logo, under 250 px wide, although you can probably go up to 600. The logo is immediately followed by a mobile friendly phone number and link to the contact form if applicable.
An example of a mobile friendly phone number would be <a href=tel:3215555555>321-555-5555</a>
Then I place the main text from the site, followed by a list of the top level pages.
And finally at the bottom, your copyright, contact and form links again.
Upload your updated index file and your new mobile.html file to your server and check out theGoogle
Mobile Friendly Test Siteto see if you need to make an more alterations.
And you are done!Please Note:You need to do this for every page of your site by creating a duplicate mobile page of that pages content.
The reason … Google’s algorithmic changed. This isn’t the first, but it was one of the hardest hitting when it comes to how many pages of your site Google is indexing.
Here is a great article showing you the time consuming steps to slowly regain some of your exposure:
Things we can do to fix:
1. Better Content
2. No Farm links
3. No Short Posts (300+ words)
4. Don’t overly optimize called Black Hat SEO
5. Duplicate content will affect your search engine presence – use URL canonicalization
6. Social Media Helps! Google+ votes, Facebook likes, Twitter and Delicious
Just a few bad pages affects the entire site – it is a domain level penalty.