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My image SEO Page Explorer – If you are a webmaster and familiar with what search engine optimization (SEO) is and how it works then you will know that on-page SEO is as important as off-page SEO. SEO Page Explorer is an online tool that can analyze a webpage by applying various on-page SEO factors to see where the page stands.

My image FlickandShare – Flickr is probably the first website that pops into your head when you think about sharing photos. Displaying and viewing albums in Flickr has always been a pleasant experience, but what if you want to share or download a whole album? FlickandShare is a cool app that lets you share complete Flickr sets to your friends that they can download in one click. Read more: FlickandShare: Share & Download Complete Flickr Sets In Seconds
My image NerdWallet – If you want to take out a loan or apply for a credit card, the most logical place to get these is from a bank. But if you want lower credit card rates, you should try a credit union. With an app called Nerdwallet Credit Union, you can find credit unions in your area plotted into Google Maps and organized for you. Read more: NerdWallet Credit Union: Find & Compare Credit Unions
My image TwitTV – If you find yourself bored, you can always visit Twitter and check out the trending videos people have been sharing. But doing this would require you to filter through the links and find those videos. Here to make matters simpler is a web service called TwitTV, a simple web tool that automatically plays all the trending videos being shared on Twitter. Read more: TwitTV: Auto Plays The Most Trending Videos On Twitter Like Television
My image Folder Axe – If you have an extremely large folder on your hard drive that needs cleaning up, you should break the folder down into subfolders. This will introduce better organization, help you navigate files, and decide which ones to delete. Here to help you with such a subfolder division is a desktop app called Folder Axe. Read more: Folder Axe: Easily Split Large Folders Into Sub-Folders

 

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