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Sunday Chatter – 2/28

Posted by | February 28, 2010

YouTube Dropping Support for IE6 If you’re one of the ancient Internet Explorer users, YouTube will no longer support your browser choice next month. A message appearing on the site for some users reads, “Support stops on March 13th. Stopped support essentially means that some future features on YouTube will be rolled out that won’t […]

SponsoredTweets Rolls Out Version 1.5

Posted by | February 26, 2010

I’m a big supporter of making money on Twitter, especially since it went mainstream a while ago. There seems to be an unlimited amount of revenue out there to be made from a user standpoint and advertisers want to leverage on the outreach of popular users, or those with a high follower number. SponsoredTweets has […]

How to Engage Your E-mail Subscribers in a Fun Way

Posted by | February 24, 2010

The majority of e-mail newsletters I receive are either dull, boring, have no substance, repeat information I already know, or are simply copied from sales pages. I either end up deleting the e-mail, or unsubscribing if I don’t like what the person/company is sending. The problem with e-mail newsletters today is no one tries hard […]

Getting Socialable with Your Blog Readers

Posted by | February 22, 2010

With the constant change in which social networking sites are the hottest and most-used, bloggers need to adapt to what their readers are using to share content with others. FeedBurner integration at the bottom of posts to “Share on Facebook,” or on a number of other sites, has been a general practice for a while. […]

Sunday Chatter – 2/21

Posted by | February 21, 2010

How to Add Google Buzz To Your Blog With the popularity of Google Buzz soaring over the last few weeks, more bloggers are adding ‘Buzz’ buttons to their blog. While it likely won’t overtake Facebook or Twitter anytime soon, Google is a powerful promotional machine and can reach an audience you may be missing out […]

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