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Short URLs with analytics, social media monitoring, and geotargeting - Cligs Pour transformer une maxi URL en mini URL - Le Blog de la Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie du Hainaut Si nous voulions vous inviter, là, maintenant, à aller voir la page "Information Stratégique" de notre site, nous pourrions vous demander de taper l’URL suivante dans votre navigateur Internet : www.ccih.be/infostrategique/inf_main.asp. Ou alors nous pourrions vous simplifier la vie en vous proposant une adresse raccourcie, par exemple celle créée par un petit outil appelé Tinyarro, qui donnerait ceci : www.ta.gd/infostrategique. Tinyarro est donc un réducteur d’URL, un parmi d’autres. L’avantage est qu’il ne génère pas les raccourcis automatiquement mais qu’il vous laisse les choisir. Pour tester cet outil, rendez-vous sur www.tinyarro.ws.

Velocity - VTL Reference About this Guide This guide is the reference for the Velocity Template Language (VTL). For more information, please also refer to the Velocity User Guide. References TinyURL.com - shorten that long URL into a tiny URL How to react if somebody writes about your brand online For our first post of the new year, I wanted to touch on two questions that often crop up when we talk to clients about their online presence and how they are and could use social media: “If somebody talks about us online, should we respond?”“If we respond, what is the best way of doing this?” This can be a difficult set of questions for brands to answer. If they engage they fear they may open the metaphorical floodgates and end up having to find and then respond to every mention of their brand online. If they don’t engage they fear that they are losing control of the brand.

L'indispensable pour internet Vous n'êtes pas en mesure de comprendre un point précis ? Vous voulez en savoir plus ? Pas de panique ! How Real Are Internet Relationships? Somewhere in the back of my mind, wherever the unconscious gears of the subconscious grind away, I’m fairly certain my brain is monitoring the quality of my relationships. I know this because there are periods of time every day when I am actively working to improve my relationships. For example, one of the first things I do every day is check my email, social network, and blog activity — and respond to and/or update each of these in the most constructive ways I can come up with. In the physical world (“off the Internet”) I engage in similar exercises, returning phone calls and paying visits to friends — but I probably have a more heightened awareness of a deliberate maintenance of relationships when I am online. I sometimes wonder, however, about the ways in which relationships that exist due to the Internet are differentiated from relationships that take place “in person” — that is, in the physical world. In the preceding paragraphs I placed a few terms in quotes.

Retrieve GMail's "noname" attachments There is a bug in Google Mail that sometimes gives you "noname" attachments, bizarrely encoded (it's called "appledouble"), when sent from a Mac. Google have been made aware of the problem in March 2007 and are... hum... "working on it". Here you can upload those files and retrieve them decoded.

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