I've been looking for a software that would let me create network diagrams quickly. I do hate installing trial versions with very limited features or the one which expires in just a week or so. I also don't want to spend so much on one. (Makes me wish to re-install Linux!)
So I Googled for some web application which would allow me to create some network diagrams online. Among that I found I liked Gliffy.com
In Gliffy.com I could make a network diagram, flow chart even a simple floor plan and you can make much more. The icons in the network diagram are quite limited but just enough for my needs. Using free has some limits, then again, more than enough for my needs.
Monday, December 10, 2012
Friday, November 2, 2012
SEARCH FOR EFFECTIVE METHODS IN INCREASING ORGANIC TWITTER FOLLOWER: DAY 4
Day 3 Activity and Results:
I tweeted and /or Retweeted the post of 30 users that I am following, while doing it, I spotted a few members of Redgage whom I have followed.
Of the 17 new followers, I am following 7 of them. This means the 10 new followers
With Manage Flitter (read you can do with Manage Flitter here.) Of the 229 users I am following 149 are not following back, 50 of which I don't really expect to follow back, because it includes, famous people (actors, artists, and even the President of the Philippines), it also includes corporate Tweeter accounts. They have great numbers of followers though where I am hoping I could fish some.
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Search For Effective Methods in Increasing Organic Twitter Follower: Day 3This is already my third day on my "Search For Effective Methods in Increasing Organic Twitter Follower"
Yesterday I search for #ComputerRepair and #Photoedit and followed a total of 30 people from the results.
I was able to engage with four of them (sorry, my net was quite slower than usual). Today when I opened my Twitter I got 90 followers. That means I got a 23 new followers with about 10 of I am not yet following. This means they probably saw my account on some of the people I am following.
Today I (@johntechnotes)start with the following numbers