I haven’t stopped my work with Twitter from a couple days ago with the most recent discovery a viral app that seems to work a bit like a pyramid scheme to introduce new users to your profile. Check it out here Anyone use this? Any success?
Though only in beta, FIDDYP’s word press plugin WP-Twitip-ID is a brilliantly simple innovation enabling blogs to add Twitter profiles to users’ comments. The commenting systems on blog platforms are entirely limited, at this point, to the promotion of a reader’s website, limiting engagement by way of this dynamic communication platform. Twitip adds a Twitter
Well I have spent the better part of the holiday designing and wrapping up a new site. Interpreting my blog’s title, you might imagine my last name to be O’Brien, that is unless you make the mistake of interpreting my name as Brian with the SEO… you get the idea. To be sure, I am
…. If you are anything like me, you have dozens or hundreds of active bloggers that you like to follow. Combined with friends and family, coworkers, and witty peers, you can quickly find yourself under a mountain of updates, pokes, and tweets. Worse case, you become overwhelmed and abandon the platforms entirely. Dozens of twitter
Friday, 24 October 2008 by SEO'Brien
Standing in the shower this morning I had one of those epiphanies (yes, I know, perhaps TMI but I like to paint a picture in your mind so you can follow along with my logic 🙂 ). This was an epiphany while contemplating why people stay with a website. As I considered all of the
Things arenâ€™t looking good for social networks. The bandwagon web platform which has everyone starting a new company has proven effective in attracting an audience yet, to add insult to injury (I think it is safe to say Friendster and MySpace have proven retention a challenge – the injury), it seems monetization is still out
An odd choice for the name of Yahoo’s next social network. Certainly, I applaud Yahoo’s effort as the internet brand which years ago should have defined social networking by simply adding connectivity between its users. Today they launch Kickstart, a clear shot at the origin of Facebook, targeting college students and alumni. If ever there