22 August 2020
'ModuleNotFoundError' in Thonny - what it is and how to fix it

If you are learning Python and have moved to Thonny from a different IDE such as IDLE, you may hit a 'ModuleNotFoundError' error.

9 August 2020
How to see your exact follower count on Instagram (or anyone else's)

If an account has 10,000 followers or more, Instagram rounds the figure down to the nearest hundred. Here's how to see an exact follower count.

2 August 2020
New Facebook does not let you 'Include Original Post' when you 'Share to a Page'

Sharing a post from one Facebook page to another? In the 'New Facebook' redesign you can no longer tick to 'Include Original Post'

29 July 2020
Viewable impression goals in Google Ad Manager: a guide for publishers

What are viewable impressions in Google Ad Manager, and what as a publisher should you consider when setting a goal based on them?

19 July 2020
Spike in direct traffic? It could be Google Discover

Is Google Discover the cause of your 'direct' traffic spikes? Here's how to find out using Google Analytics and Search Console data.

11 July 2020
How to view your Nintendo Switch Wish List online via the eShop website

Did you know that you can view your Nintendo Switch Wish List online, on your computer or mobile, via the Nintendo eShop website?

4 July 2020
Transferring ether from Cent to Uphold

Use social network Cent to earn cryptocurrency? Here's how to transfer your ether out of Cent and into your Uphold wallet

28 June 2020
Using data layer values in your Google Publisher Tag

The data layer and Google Publisher Tag key-values both pass structured data from your site to an external program. Both consist of key-value pairs.

21 June 2020
What are these 'bot traffic' referrals in Google Analytics?

Seeing referrals from a 'bot traffic' domain in your Google Analytics account? Here's what they are and why you shouldn't (necessarily) be worried.

14 June 2020
How to find out your exact number of Twitter followers

If you have 10,000 followers or more, Twitter rounds your follower count to the nearest one hundred. Here's how to get an exact figure.

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