Save Instagram Photos to your Computer

How to Save Instagram Photos to your Desktop

"I just want to save Instagram photos" but it's 2017 and Instagram is constantly updating. It feels like Instagram changes itself more than most people change their sheets (which should be weekly by the way). So how can you save Instagram photos to your desktop? The old school method of "right click > save as" is no longer effective. After an update last year, many Instagram enthusiasts who still own a laptop reported that the functionality that has aided us through so many research projects has now turned its back as the social giant steps up its game. It's been reported that with Instagram's new "save in app" feature, they did away with the manual actions to save to a desktop or laptop computer. Along with the advent of third party repost apps (if you're in the market, check out Regrann) allowing easy reshares, there's definitely plenty of workaround alternatives. 

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LinkedIn Cover Photo Dimensions in Pixels

Everything You Need to Know about the 2017 LinkedIn Cover Photo

Say cheese! Well, somewhat. Introducing the all new LinkedIn Cover Photo. Cover photos, also known as the background photo, used to be something that only Premium LinkedIn account holders could obtain, but not anymore. As of January 2017 LinkedIn has given cover photo access to all users. Here are some things to keep in mind when finding a cover photo.

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How to see why you're being targeted on Facebook

2 Easy Steps to See Why You’re Being Targeted in a Facebook Ad

Ever casually browse Facebook and stumble across an ad in your newsfeed that has nothing to do with your interests? I have - just last week on a coffee break, a video of a girl brushing her teeth with charcoal found its way to my newsfeed. What seemed to be out of a dental horror movie, the video continued through to a 7 day after photo with the same woman sporting a smile so white, the pearly gates would be jealous. A quick glance to the top left corner of the ad showed the tell-tale sign of a lightly written "sponsored" right below the page's profile photo. While I'd like to think my dental hygiene is on point (my dentist, if you're reading this, I definitely flossed yesterday), I don't avidly follow pages associated with dentists or Colgate. So why am I seeing a Facebook ad about charcoal teeth whitening? Has Facebook been analyzing my uploaded photos sporting a teethy grin and decided my Pronamel toothpaste just isn't cutting it?

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How to Hack Gmail with the Plus Sign

Your Gmail Address is Actually 1,000,000 Email Addresses-in-One

So you have a Gmail address - you know, the free email resource Google offers that gives you a slew of features like chat options, contacts management, cloud storage - and you love it. But did you know that the email address you have is actually many emails in one? Featured in the Gmail tips for intermediate / master level Google Mail users, Google offers a tip that can help you stay organized - all within your single Gmail account.

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Can you have more than one website for SEO purposes

Why Having a Second Website Works

Our warehousing services are known nationwide to be one of the most reliable, safe and affordable, because we take pride in delivering the best of warehousing services, at the most reasonable prices. Our own warehouses, as well as our partner’s warehouses are located at strategic locations to ensure that there is no additional cost you need to bear during and before transport of freight.

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How to increase Facebook likes for service pages

What You Can Do to be More Engaging on Facebook

Moving freight is a tough task that needs experience and expertise, because there is a lot at stack. Only the deliverables are not at stack here, but the commitment and trust. And, any mishap here can lead to the company having a bad market reputation, and would certainly impact the customer satisfaction it provides negatively.

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