Linkedin like all social media networks has been competing to roll out new changes to attract more users, and provide extra widgets to there users to help them increase their network and client base! Lately LinkedIn has become heavily involved in this race by launching new integrations like the: – Twitter integration: Lets you take…
Anyone with an interest in social networks may learn from and enjoy this book, however, it’s aimed at folks looking to leverage social networks for business purposes. In particular, it’s a got a wealth of information pertinent to the corporate enterprise.
The battle for readers is going to be won by the bloggers who provide the most useful and entertaining content. A site providing a good, free tool that solves a common problem for your target audience is a link that’s going to be referenced and shared.
If you use photos in your blogs, you need Windows Live Writer (combined text editor and photo editor for blogs) — keep reading.
If you use a Mac for blogging, it won’t work for you, stop reading.
What can you say about a text editor? It edits text, sure enough, and it’s free, Oh, boy! But you can say the same about many other text editors.
But Wait! An integrated photo editor that’s free, easy to use and customizes high quality pictures for the blogger’s medium – well, that’s almost enough to make inveterate Microsoft-haters stop hating Microsoft (OK, nothing’s that good).
Many studies have shown that users scan web pages, rather than read them. So the first, and most important thing to know is, your audience isn’t reading your posts. They’re scanning.
Google has owned YouTube — the free, web-video hosting site — for nearly three years now. Not too long after Google’s purchase of YouTube, I read a theory about the two that went like this: If your site has videos from YouTube on it, your site will have a higher page rank in Google than similar sites…