Michael David

  • Instructions: Connect GMB Insights to Google Data Studio

    Instructions: Connect GMB Insights to Google Data Studio Instructions and Video Below This is for clients and users of TastyPlacement’s Google My Business Insights Data Connector for Data Studio, it is not a general-purpose tutorial. https://vimeo.com/cb624d8688 Getting Started [The Following Is a Transcript] [TRANSCRIPT] Okay we’re gonna do a video now of how to get your G ...

    Michael David/ TastyPlacementin Google- 16 readers -
  • How to Use SVG Files With WordPress

    First Question: Why Use SVG Files With WordPress? Answer: File size. SVG Graphics Fileshttps://www.tastyplacement.com can reduce image file size by 99%. With the use of SVG files, we’ve reduced the entire load size of to 311k at the time of this writing. SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics. Because an SVG file is vector-based, the image is essentially a tiny text file that ...

    Michael David/ TastyPlacementin Blogging How To's- 11 readers -
  • The Truth About WordPress Hosting

    If you’ve found this post, congratulations on your unlikely visit. Why unlikely? Because if you are seeking information–unbiased information–on WordPress hosting, you’ll be inundated with PPC ads, crappy/biased affiliate “review” sites, remarketing ads, and fluff pages from mega-hosting companies like MediaTemple and WPEngine.

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  • How to: Google Shopping Feed (PLA) With Magento

    Let’s get started: PLAs/Google Shopping Feed for Magento Okay let’s begin. We are going to setup Google Product Listing Ads within the Magento system. Here are the steps we will take and what we are going to need? We are going to use Magento obviously. Then we are going to purchase an extension through MagModules which works great.

    Michael David/ TastyPlacementin Google How To's- 21 readers -
  • WordPress Media Upload HTTP Error: The Fix

    Here’s how to fix the dreaded “HTTP error” when uploading images through WordPress’ media uploader. We’ve seen this with JPG files and it basically boils down to filesize or just a bad file. These Tips Will Fix “HTTP Error” on Media Upload 99% of the Time: Shrink the Image: Use Photoshop or Pixlr (online photo editor) to simply shrink the image file size.

    Michael David/ TastyPlacementin Blogging- 24 readers -