• How to setup your Chromecast using an Android or iOS device
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    How to setup your Chromecast using an Android or iOS device

    You can enjoy online video, music and more on your TV with Chromecast! In this video, we’ll show you how to set up your Chromecast with your Android or iOS device. First, connect your device. Connect your Chromecast to the power cable. Then plug your Chromecast into an open HDMI port on your TV. If it doesn’t fit,  you can use the HDMI extender included in the box. Connect the Chromecast to a power supply. You can connect it to a power outlet with the power cable and power supply, or plug it into a powered-USB port on your TV. Switch your TV to the correct HDMI input. Use the…

  • How to Check Alexa Rank of a Website in Google Chrome
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    How to Check Alexa Rank of a Website in Google Chrome

    How to Check Alexa Rank of a Website in Google Chrome Open google chrome browser on your computer. Click on Apps. Now, visit the Chrome Web store. Search for “Pagerank” in the search bar. Click on the extensions tab. Open the search result ” Pagerank Status” to read more about it. Read the description of the extension on the right, and other information such as the ratings and number of downloads. Now, click on the “+free” button on the right side. Click on “add” from the window that pops up. As you can see the “Page Rank Status” Button has been installed on your google chrome browser. Now, Navigate to…

  • Facebook Group SEARCH Feature – How-To Access – including on mobile devices – Tutorial
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    Facebook Group SEARCH Feature – How-To Access – including on mobile devices – Tutorial

    Hello, and welcome to another Quick Tip Tuesday. Today, I’m going to cover the search feature within groups in Facebook. In Facebook, there are a ton of different types of groups you can join. Within these groups, you can connect with lots of people and gather some amazing information. One of the things that come up within groups is that people ask the same question time and time again. Consider this: Before posting your question within the group, try to search the group for that information. Try searching for the information you’re looking for there before actually making a brand new post. You may be surprised at how many strings…