When creating a Wordpress post, I came across a neat shortcut for creating a hyperlink in the WP post/page. Not too sure if this is well known or not, but I figured I’d share regardless for those not aware of this. Simply copy the URL you want to link to – to the clipboard. Then just highlight the anchor text and paste. A hyperlink will be created for the text using the URL from the clipboard. Not a huge timesaver, but may be easier for some depending on how they work and will skip a couple steps when using the “Visual” view.
If you use GSA Captcha Breaker as your ‘go-to’ for solving captchas, and are running multiple VPS’ & software, then this tip is for you. Captcha Breaker allows you to it up as server, which allows you to send captchas from other machines. So for example, you can run Captcha Breaker on one machine (as the server), GSA SER on another machine, and UBot on another. SER and UBot would then be able to send the captchas to the server, and the server will send back the answer. This allows more flexibility so you don’t have to stuff a bunch of software on one machine and also eliminates the need to purchase another Captcha Breaker license (unless you have too many captcha being sent to the server).
It’s always better to go dynamic when available. Luckily, GSA SER is a dynamic software all together with a huge range of options/settings to play with. The most common way to set up a SER project is by manually adding project URLs in one by one. If the task calls for manual insertion to build links to a specific URL, then by all means do that. Each task is different. But if for example, you are trying to generally rank a website, it’s important to have as much URL variation as possible (deep backlinking).
If you use the Google Chrome bookmarks bar frequently, it can get a bit overwhelming when you have a ton of sites all over the place. In order to organize all these bookmarks, the first recommendation would be to group the sites into folders based on the category. For example, all sports-related websites go into a “Sports” folder, etc. After that is done, you can further organize the bookmarks bar and folders by using vertical separators and horizontal separators.
There may come a time when you need to grab a favicon of a website for what you are working on. There are a number of ways to grab the icon. One of the lesser known ways to grab it easily and quickly is by using the URL http://www.google.com/s2/favicons?domain= and attaching your desired domain at the end. For example, if we want to grab the Yahoo favicon, we would use the following URL: http://www.google.com/s2/favicons?domain=yahoo.com. The page will only display the raw favicon. From there, you can right click and save the image to your PC. You can add the URL to the bookmark bar for easy access and change out the desired domain when needed.