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In this guide, you’ll learn 11 tips that you can use on Instagram to reach a wider audience, promote your local business, and generate engagement. The post 11 Tips For Promoting Your Local Business On Instagram appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
DuckDuckGo’s search syndication deal with Microsoft is the root of an issue leading to data being tracked in the company’s allegedly private mobile web browser. The post DuckDuckGo’s Search Deal Prevents Browser From Blocking Microsoft Trackers appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Always humming along with some tune or other? Why not make karaoke your claim to fame? If you need some help, here are the best karaoke apps for iPhone and iPad that you can try. What’s more, like DJ apps, these karaoke apps are perfect for livening up casual gatherings and parties. So, wait no more; just scroll down. SmuleKaraokeVolocoSing KaraokeThe VoiceLearn to Sing, Singing LessonsKaraFunStarMakerSingTrueCizoo 1. Smule – Editor’s choice Smule produces some of the finest and most innovative music-related software, and this social singing app stands true to that reputation. It is feature-packed with an extensive song library and…
One of the things people care about when Apple releases an iPhone is new color options. Rumors now say the company could release a purple iPhone 14 Pro, alongside the traditional Silver, Graphite, and Gold options. With that in mind, would you consider buying a purple iPhone 14 Pro? more… The post Would you consider buying a purple iPhone 14 Pro? appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Credit: Netflix What’s new on Netflix in June? The global streamer has brand new original films and series along with the latest season of hit shows like The Umbrella Academy and Peaky Blinders. That’s on top of licensed titles like The Departed, Léon: The Professional, and Mission: Impossible. Check out: The best Netflix original series
The American Innovation and Choice Online Act could ban major tech firms like Apple from favoring their products over competitors. Aimed to shake up the competition, tech lobbyists claim the bill, which allows sideloading, could harm popular consumer products. more… The post US Senate backs off Big Tech regulation bill as Apple again criticizes impacts of sideloading appeared first on 9to5Mac.
YouTube is rolling out an update to analytics reports that will benefit content creators who make videos in different formats. The post YouTube Analytics Now Separates Data By Video Type appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Your Xbox Gamertag is the name that other players will know you by, and depending on the game or time in your life, it may be time for an update. Every player will be able to change their Gamertag once for free, but subsequent changes will require a fee, so be sure you’re happy with your title. Here’s how to change your Xbox Gamertag. Read more: Microsoft may soon launch an Xbox streaming stick
If you’re looking for a tablet that’s not too expensive but is still able to tick most of the boxes, look no further than the Galaxy Tab S7 FE. This toned-down version of Samsung’s flagship tablet from last year has everything you might need for a decent tablet. We mentioned in our Galaxy Tab S7 FE review that its 12.4-inch display is great for content consumption. The build quality is quite premium, the speakers are excellent and it even comes with an S Pen in the box. You normally have to pay $679.99 for this tablet but for a limited…
TikTok now allows businesses to manage their accounts with third-party tools such as Hootsuite, Sprinklr, Sprout Social, and others. The post TikTok Brings Account Management To Third-Party Tools appeared first on Search Engine Journal.