LinkedIn is a professional social networking website with over 200 million members, its a great place to manage your professional identity and to engage with people on a professional level. So why would you want to how to remove a contact from LinkedIn? People are usually careful about who they connect with on LinkedIn as its not the same as other networks it is usually for work purposes but some people like to be open networkers, and connect with many people, and on LinkedIn these are called LIONs. What is a LinkedIn LION It stands for Linked In Open Networker, it basically means that they will accept invites from anyone, even if they don't know them, where as LinkedIn always used to be the place that you never, ever connected with people you didn't already know. However things in social networking have changed somewhat since the old days and many people want to grow their networks and reach out to new contacts. That being said, there are still people that will hit the I don't know this person button and that could get you into trouble on many networks. So, many people [...]
Blogger is google's free tool for bloggers to create their own blog website. It is very simple to set up and you can have many blogs using the same account. Blogger will host this blog on blogspot.com for free. (Which is the difference between Blogger and Blogspot by the way) Its very easy to use, mostly with guides and instructions. Adding pictures and videos is a breeze especially if you use Picasa/ Google Video or You Tube. All free... great huh? so.. Why would you want to delete your blog on blogger or blogspot? You haven't visited it for a year, even though you promised yourself you would write every week, no one is reading your blog or maybe Google just doesn't do it for you anymore and you want to start a fresh with another platform such as WordPress. For whatever reason, you want it gone, forever. Be aware, this isn't to show you how to export your blogspot blog or to keep any part of it, this is to permanently get rid of it. How to delete your blogspot or [...]
I wrote a post not so long ago about how to delete your photos from YFrog; due to the fact it took me a little while to find out. I'm pleased to say, that this post has helped out many people. Recently I received this comment. Whocares Looks like they've rebuilt the interface because i couldnt find any dropdown menu or any delete buttons. How to remove pictures on Yfrog updated So I hopped on over to Yfrog. It seems things have indeed changed, in fact Yfrog recently had a complete overhaul on design with virtually a new product: you can tweet directly from their site, photos are more organised and it looks much more professional now. This new design is apparently in beta and is being pushed out to people slowly so you may not have seen it yet. It does look easier to use now, so hopefully people won't have so much difficulty but just in case, this is how you remove photos now. Click Profile Click Photos (or videos) Do not click the picture - because when you hover over the photo that you [...]
I recently had a problem where I needed to remove an image for a friend from Yfrog, which is used to post photographs and videos to Twitter. It wasn't immediately apparent how to remove the pictures, so it took longer than it should and yet its quite simple, just different to what we are used to. Edit: I have now done another post due to the change in Y Frog's design - So here is how to delete a photo from YFrog Part 2 - http://wp.me/p1tjTK-2I Here's how... Log in to Yfrog using the user-name that contains the file. Go to the drop down menu on your name - Click My images and videos. Hover over the picture, it changes colour, do not click. Remove will appear under the image. - Click remove. Apparently deletion might not be immediate, however when I clicked remove the offending photo vanished in a flash. If someone else put your picture on their account and you want it removed then you must report it and they will remove it here. Hope this helps.
People are always asking me or asking on Twitter of a quick way to bulk delete DMs, as its rather tedious to delete them one by one. I'm always giving out the link, so I this maybe more helpful. What you need is DM Whacker. From @dacortDM Whacker is a brilliant little bookmarklet that deletes all of your direct messages from your profile. It definitely works in Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari, not sure what others. There are various options All DM'sAll sentAll receivedDM's from a certain userOr in advances features DM's containing a certain text. Note - It will also delete all the DM's in your recipients inbox (so they will know you have deleted them) Here are the instuctions from the site http://dcortesi.com/tools/dm-deleter/ Drag the link below to your bookmarks bar (or right click and save in bookmarks) and then open your Direct Messages page in Twitter. Click the bookmarklet you created and select whether you want to delete all direct messages, or just direct messages from a specific user (No @ in front of their name).Please note that when you delete a message [...]