In today’s Tech Quick Tip Chet Davis shows why you should load your videos directly to Facebook instead of posting a YouTube link. We’re seeing this leads to maximum engagement – see how to do this in today’s Tech Tip.
In today’s Tech Quick Tip Chet Davis – Your Technology Tutor shows how you can use the new Cards feature on any of your YouTube videos to guide your viewers to action. This can be used to promote your book, workshop, your non-profit cause and more.
In today’s Tech Tip for Experts, Authors, and Entrepreneurs – Chet Davis shares how what and where the ‘Other’ Message box is in your Facebook account. This can be terribly important as other contacts and potential partners may be trying to reach you and you may not even know it!
NOTE: These are the show notes & resources presented in episode #4 of Your Technology Tutor. This program is available in the iTunes Store and can also be heard via the player at the bottom of this page. Your Technology Tutor Program Show Notes – Episode #3 Topic: Keeping Your Technology Clean & Germ Free […]
In today’s Tech Quick Tip, Your Technology Tutor teaches you how to quickly and easily merge (combine) multiple PDF documents into just one on your Mac computer. This is done using the free Preview software included with every Apple computer.
In today’s Tech Quick Tip Chet Davis – Your Technology Tutor teaches you how to create you own custom email alerts to notify you if your name, company name or other entity is mentioned in Internet news sites, blogs, etc.
As the holiday weekend is upon us, here are some tips to ensure you capture better video using your iPhone or other SmartPhone. Shoot video with the phone in Landscape mode (horizontal) with the home button at right Stabilize the phone/camera – prop on something to keep from shaking Click on your subject (on-screen) for […]
I was asked by a student in my iPhone Photography Secrets class this week about capturing photos of their 7 year-old daughter. Here is my initial reply: While the iPhone 5 (and 4S) do have a very good camera it does have it’s limitations – there are certain scenarios where compact cameras or other higher […]
As reported in the Guardian (UK) here is the first look at what a ‘normal’ user might expect wearing Google Glass, the sort of eyeglass shaped, wear-able glasses interface for computers being tested around the world right now by some 1,000 people. Current suggestions indicate the product will release sometime in the year 2013.
NOTE: These are the show notes & resources presented in episode #12 of Your Technology Tutor. This program is available in the iTunes Store and can also be heard via the player at the bottom of this page. Your Technology Tutor Program Show Notes – Episode #12 Topic: Understanding Technology Used to Share Videos on the […]