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Chrome OS is an operating system based on the Linux kernel and designed to work with web applications and installed applications. Initially, Chrome OS was almost a pure web thin client operating system, with only a handful of "native" applications, but Google gradually began encouraging developers to create "packaged applications", some of which can work offline. App Runtime for Chrome (beta) enables Android applications to run on Chrome OS. Chrome OS is built upon the open source project called Chromium OS which, unlike Chrome OS, can be compiled from the downloaded source code; Chrome OS is the commercial version installed on specific hardware.

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Fetching as Google to Index or Reindex a Page
This Micro Tutorial demonstrates in Google how to submit a page to get it crawled quickly or recrawled after making changes that you wan tot show up in Google.
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On Demand Webinar: Networking for the Cloud Era
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On Demand Webinar: Networking for the Cloud Era

Ready to improve network connectivity? Watch this webinar to learn how SD-WANs and a one-click instant connect tool can boost provisions, deployment, and management of your cloud connection.

Disabling Ad Blocker for Sites You Manage
This Micro Tutorial demonstrates how to disable your ad blocker for some sites. In case Marketers would like to see ads on a site, this allows them to possibly view their competitors without have ads run on every site they visit.
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Detecting and Debugging Facebook Preview Issues
This Micro Tutorial will demonstrate how to updated your Facebook updates after changing anything in the title or description of a shared article.
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Copying Site's CSS Using Chrome Developer Tools
This Micro Tutorial will demonstrate how nuggets on the Web are formatted by using Chrome Developer Tools. These tools would not only view the site's CSS but it can also modify it and save the CSS to use on your own site.
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Discovering Launching a New Site
This Micro Tutorial will demonstrate Moz's free MozBar that for some reason our Facebook mark did not get ported over, so this tutorial will show you how it saved us.
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Find Related Content using MozBar
This Micro Tutorial demonstrates how to quickly find related content for YourTango's posts using MozBar Chrome extension.
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View Deleted Content on the Web
This Micro Tutorial will demonstrate using MozBar to view an article that was deleted from the Search Engine Watch site after being debunked by Google.
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Find Inbound Links for Any Page You Visit
This Micro Tutorial will demonstrate how MozBar finds back links of any website you visit, as well as page, social shares to the page, and domain level metrics. There will me practical applications for this data.
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Easily View Page Metadata Using MozBar
This Micro Tutorial will demonstrate MozBar viewing metadata, such as description, page title, markup.
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Highlighter Tool to Aid SEO
This Micro Tutorial will demonstrate Chrome and Firefox's extension MozBar, which allows you to easily highlight followed, no followed, internal, and external links on a page. It is also used to highlight keywords on a page to for adequate optimized SEO.
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[Webinar] Learn How Hackers Steal Your Credentials
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[Webinar] Learn How Hackers Steal Your Credentials

Do You Know How Hackers Steal Your Credentials? Join us and Skyport Systems to learn how hackers steal your credentials and why Active Directory must be secure to stop them. Thursday, July 13, 2017 10:00 A.M. PDT

Getting Your Site Mobile Friendly
This Micro Tutorial will demonstrate how marketers can use the Mobile Emulation Tool in Chrome Developer Tool. This will let you preview your site on any mobile device.
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Google Analytics Basics Part 3
This video will take you through the Acquisition tab overview.  You will learn to navigate All Traffic and Organic Keywords. It will take you through the Social Overview, Site Content, and Real Time tabs.

1. Click on Acquisition – Overview

2. Look at All Traffic to examine where traffic is coming from.

3. Look at Organic Keywords. Not all keywords ca be tracked (labeled as Not Provided).

4. Click on Social Overview to see which social networking sites we are getting traffic from.

5. Go to Site Content. All Pages and Content drilldown will tell you what viewers are looking at. Look for pages which are outliers. EX: have relatively small or large traffic.

6. Take a look at the Real Time tab. It shows the same metrics as the rest of Analytics but it shows everything in real time.

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Google Analytics Basics Part 1
The purpose of this video series is to go through the basics of Google Analytics. This is the first video in the three part series. This tutorial goes through the setup as well as the Overview tab with in the application.

1. Make sure that your Google Analytics Site is Set up and connected to your website.

2. Login and navigate to Audience- Overview

3. Take a look at all of the metrics on the overview page.

4. Establish what the language break down looks like in the overview section

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Google Analytics Basics Part 2
This video will take you through the Geo tab, including Location and Language demographics. It will also take you through the Technology tab, including mobile devices.

1. Click on Audience – Geo a. Look at location demographics b. Look at Language demographics

2. Check out the Subsections under behavior (these show similar metrics to the Audience overview but with more detailed information).

3. Click on Technology. Check on Browser and OS as well as Network. (an important takeaway is that you need to make sure that your site looks correct on the browsers your visitors use the most.

4. Click on mobile to see what percentage of your web viewers are using mobile devices.

5. Make sure that your site looks correct on the devices your visitors are using.

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Google Chrome OS

762

Solutions

16

Articles & Videos

1K

Contributors

Chrome OS is an operating system based on the Linux kernel and designed to work with web applications and installed applications. Initially, Chrome OS was almost a pure web thin client operating system, with only a handful of "native" applications, but Google gradually began encouraging developers to create "packaged applications", some of which can work offline. App Runtime for Chrome (beta) enables Android applications to run on Chrome OS. Chrome OS is built upon the open source project called Chromium OS which, unlike Chrome OS, can be compiled from the downloaded source code; Chrome OS is the commercial version installed on specific hardware.

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