Month: December 2006

Bookmarkz

About | Bookmarkz! The Cut and Paste Social Bookmarking Solution!: I can certainly relate to this: “Bookmarkz was created as a free service after I found myself constantly cutting and pasting (not to mention search and replacing) a single block of HTML code that held all of my favorite social bookmarking links one too many times.”The ‘bookmark this with’ tool on the bookmarkz site allows you to add links to up to 96 (at current count) bookmarking services – or the whole lot of them if you wish! I have included a selection of these in my footer as an example – only those have accounts with myself though! I can’t resist trying out new web services in case there is something bigger and better than I already know of!Categories: blogging, tagging,...

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Link Exchanges

iTamer’s Simple SEO ? Link Exchanges – the novice version: Link exchanges are one of the processes you have to embrace to get your site noticed on that big old web. Ideally you’d never have to do it because your content would be sooo good that people would link to lots of your pages just because they’re great. Nice idea but for most of us that just isn’t going to happen. Instead we have to make it happen.”...

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Snap

I have just installed “Snap Preview Anywhere” to this blog. You can see it in action by hovering over links – a thumbnail preview of the link page appears – amazingly quickly too. It is easy to install – just paste the code generated on at the Snap site directly above the </head> tag on the page(s) you want the feature.The snap site gives this description: Snap: “Snap Preview Anywhere enables anyone visiting your site to get a glimpse of what other sites you’re linking to, without having to leave your site. By rolling over any link, the user gets a visual preview of the site without having to go there, thus eliminating wasted ‘trips’ to linked sites. “ Del.icio.us: Blogging, RSS,...

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Fleck.com – About Fleck.com

Last year I was intrigued by the upcoming launch of an online ‘service’ called Fleck – mainly because there were no details about what it actually was. It sounded as if it were going to be a new and different concept in web interactivity. Fleck has finally launched and I keenly joined up to find out what was on offer. And here it is: Fleck.com – About Fleck.com: “Fleck allows you to interact with pages on the web just as if it were pages in a magazine. You can save your annotated page for yourself, send it to friends or colleagues or use it in your blog.” It will take a different mind-set for me to use it I think. I am used to just copying snippets for future reference – usually with the Firefox scrapbook extension. Fleck is easy to use – it took me no time to be up and running with it. There is an option to install a toolbar button but you can Fleck without it. No program installation is needed. Del.icio.us: annotation, webtoolssueblimely...

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blogsaic.com

I have just added a ’tile to the Blogsaic site’. An interesting concept although it would be hard to sum up the nature of some blog sites with a single image. This is the explanation from the site: blogsaic.com: “Blogsaic.com is about PersonalityBlogs are all about personality. With blogsaic.com you can show the tone of your blog through a visual tile. The main premise of blogsaic, is that image tiles are used instead of text descriptions to list or advertise your blog. Blogsaic.com is also a visual search engine and people can search for tiles based on keywords in your tiles description or tags. “ Del.icio.us: blogging,...

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