Friday, February 24, 2017

Dropbox Banned. Trying WeTransfer.

Dropbox Banned. Trying WeTransfer. What's your favourite file transfer site?



Dropbox Banned. Trying WeTransfer.

Dropbox Banned. Trying WeTransfer. What's your favourite file transfer site?



Thursday, February 23, 2017

Finally Ordered A GoPro Hero5 Black - A Promo Deal In Singapore

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

How to Turn Off Facebook Notifications on Chrome Browser

Thursday, February 02, 2017

What am I Buying | Day 1 of 30 Vlog Challenge

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Temporary Internet Connection in Singapore

I am finding a way to live stream a day of seminar event over Facebook.
Using the venue’s wifi is unreliable, as there will be a crowd sharing it.
Using my own mobile 4G data is fast and reliable but too expensive.
Gone are the days of unlimited mobile data. No thanks to M1, Starhub and Singtel.
So, is there other alternatives? Yes.
Temporary Internet Connection in Singapore
  • Also known as Portable Wifi or Pocket Wifi
  • Sometimes known as Wifi Rental
Some places you can rent wifi in Singapore:
For travelers and tourists passing through Singapore.
For event organizers and people like myself,  live streaming videographers.
How about MyRepublic? Are they going to have unlimited mobile data?
How about hiring Live Streaming Services? There are some.
Any live streaming video production service in Singapore? Not many.
My research continues and diverts into related topics.
OK, I am steering away from my original topic. I will start a new post for that.
Do you know other temporary internet connection provider in Singapore? Please let me know.
Adrian Lee
AdrianVideoImage.com

Wednesday, January 04, 2017

Fixing 404 Page Not Found Error | WordPress Tutorial #1

What happened?

I scheduled a WordPress blog post but posted the link on Facebook and YouTube.
Don’t ask why I do it. I’m just being lazy because I don’t want to schedule the other platforms.
It’s an online marketing strategy to link all my information assets with each other.

So What?

When someone clicks on the link that does not exist, they will get a “Page Not Found Error”.
It’s not professional and it’s not good for SEO in the eyes of Google search engine robots.

What’s the solution?

I found and installed a WordPress plugin that redirects these missing pages to the home page.
Simply install and it works. No tweaking required… https://wordpress.org/plugins/404-redirection/

What’s next?

For more on WordPress, download the full course… “WordPress The Complete Business Web Design Course
Adrian Lee
AdrianVideoImage.com
PS: Look out for WordPress Tutorial #2!