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Are you exhausted trying to clean old emails in your inbox without success? Yes! Use Google’s archive system, an easy way to manage the problem.


Like all inbox, Gmail is going to become bloated with old email. Don’t wait until it is overcrowded to solve the clutter.
The archival system, created by Google for Gmail, can help you. Firstly, you have to determine which email you want to archive. The simplest way is to use the power of search.


Let’s practise

• To obtain a list of email from a specific date, we are going to use keyword searches. In the search box, please tape this keyword:


To limit our search in the inbox, add:

So you will obtain:



• Once you get the list of email, you can begin the archive process. To select all email, check “the Select All check box”.

Caution: it selects only emails on the first page not the whole list. For this reason, you need to click on the link “Select all messages that match this search” to get the expected result.



• Now the last thing to do to finish the archive process is to click on the “Archive button”:


Tip: you will find your archived emails under the “All Mail” label.

Everybody wants to increase traffic and social engagement on his own website and social networks.

As well as following the tips in our article “How to improve your Social Media Engagement” there is another method very attractive for users wanting to create a competition, usually called Giveaway. People love getting a discount or winning something for free: participating  in your contest they will advertise your brand involuntarily.

But how you can make an efficient giveaway?


Step one

First of all you have to determine the goal of your competition giveaway: is it for Facebook, Twitter, Youtube…? What does it focus on? And not least, how much will your budget be? It’s really important choose the correct strategy depends the goal and the place of the giveaway.

Step Two

Second step concerns the prize and the duration of the competition: about the first one you need to offer something tempting but which is consistent with your brand, something that people could want and for which they can “waste” five minutes of their time … something that’s worth it!
The duration of the contest must be neither too short nor too long: in the first case, users would not have enough time to participate (and thus you’d end up having little advertising and few participants), but not too long because users will forget your competition: usually a month is a good compromise.

Now you have all that you need to create your giveaway.

Step 3

On internet you can find a lot of tools (free too) to help you manage social on the web, dont worry they are not indispensable, but they can make it easier. One of them is Rafflecopter. With the free version you can ask for a like the Facebook fanpage, follow the Twitter account and tweet a message, write a blog comment or create a personal request. It provides you a widget to publish on Facebook, or a link to share everywhere. It will record all entries (which will be displayed in a chart) and finally it will draw lots as many as winners you want.

If you don’t want to use tools like this you can create a suggestive image and share it on your social network asking to like/follow the page/account, like the image and share it with their friends (remember to tell them to put the public privacy of the post shared). At the end of the contest you will need extract the winner and check he followed the all step by yourself.

Even though, you can use both!

The last things that you can do to promote your giveaway are make a great newsletter and send it to your mailing list and try to submit it in other website and social network.

Win Win

When you will have your winner, you have to send the prize and delete the giveaway,

You have now gained new fans/followers and improved your social engagement to increase your mailing list!


Do you need help to make your Ad Banner? Follow these tips to know more about size and format.

When coming  up with an online web marketing strategy, ensuring your conversion rate optimisation is on point means using as much of Google’s available tool online. One of them is Remarketing.. Probably one of the best form of advertising on the web currently. For those that don’t know Google allows you retarget user that have surfed on your website before. So what do you need..

First of all your banner needs to be small, the best format is .gif or .png and make sure it does not exceed 150kb.
Anyway Google accepts also .jpeg and .jpg files.


Now let’s see the sizes… The ones most popular are in bold.

  • 468 x 60
  • 728 x 90
  • 970 x 90
  • 250 x 250
  • 200 x 200
  • 336 x 280
  • 300 x 250
  • 240 x 400
  • 120 x 600
  • 160 x 600
  • 300 x 600 (New Half Page, 2013)
  • 320 x 40 (New Mobile Ad, 2013)


If you need to promote multiple services, separate ads for each service and specific remarketing tags on each page is more efficient than make only one banner ad.


Anyhow, pay attention to cover the following three advertising basics:

  • Address the need
  • Provide a benefit
  • Call to Action, so tell the customers what they have to do.


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To Redirect a link on your website you have to use this model :



The steps to spell it right

1)   Redirect

2)   Space

3)   Link of the page

4)   Space

5)   New link name for this page

6)   Press enter

7)   Save

8)   Upload on the server

9)   Refresh your browser


By doing this you will have in your url new_example instead of example.php which is also very good for SEO.

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One of the main challenges facing website designers is to produce web pages that look really good on the whole range of devices we use nowadays. On the one hand, laptop and desktop monitors are getting larger so users can make the most of streaming video, whether it’s for gaming or watching movies and TV online, and on the other hand smartphones and tablets mean an ever increasing number of people want to view the same websites on much smaller screens.

Website design technology is developing to keep pace with these challenges, and responsive and adaptive web design is allowing web pages to meet the demands of the multi size market.  As ever, Google has not been slow to pitch in with tools to help things along, and Google Labs has recently updated its Browser-Size application to allow anyone with Google Analytics to check how their web pages will look on various screen sizes.

Why is Browser Sizing Important?

Whenever you land on a web page chances are you’ll make a decision on whether you’re interested or not based on what you can see straight away, so it’s really important for the website owners (and designers) to arrange the web page in such a way that the key elements appear right in front of the surfers nose at the outset, or if they can’t all fit, make it clear there is more to scroll to.

Failing to do this may mean a person viewing a web site might not even know there’s a really good special offer or feature that they would happily part with their hard earned money for.

Web Design Tool

Sizing Tool Screen View

What The Browser Size Tool Offers

Sitting in the “Page Analytics” menu, running the browser-size analysis brings up a diagram that shows what percentage of the web pages can be seen by what percentage of visitors on different devices.  By doing this a website owner may realise that the all-important call to action feature that’s designed to get the customers in to a buying frenzy just isn’t being seen by enough people.  This then gives them the chance to pick up the phone and get a web designer on the case before too many opportunities are lost. So to make sure visitors to your web pages are seeing what you want them to, whatever the device, check it out here:

Google Browser Size


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