Search News in Facebook:
Search News Application
Friday, December 28th, 2007
Danny and Barry has recently came up with a new application for facebook called Search News. Once you Install this application, you’ll get the top headlines from Search Engine Land and Search Engine Roundtable combined, showing on your Facebook profile page. You can also add your own feed or any feeds you like using the [...]
Microsoft Affiliate Program:
for adCenter & Windows Live OneCare
Friday, December 21st, 2007
Microsoft has recently launched a brand new affiliate program for their paid search ads, also known as Microsoft adCenter and their security and PC backup service – Windows Live OneCare.
There are basically two ways Affiliates can earn from this program:
1. Each time someone signs up for a free trial of Windows Live OneCare.
2. The [...]
Digg Photo Visualization:
Thursday, December 20th, 2007
There is a great news for all the digg.com users! With the help of Stamen Design, Digg has recently added a brand new way of visualizing their recently added photos category.
Stamen has done an awesome work on the other visualizations, and photos is no exception.
The Digg Photo Visualization lets you view streams of photos [...]
Bloglines RSS Reader:
New Features Update
Wednesday, December 19th, 2007
Before Google Reader became popular in the RSS market, the biggest player was Bloglines. While Google has taken that title, away from the Ask.com owned service, Bloglines has been back to the gym recently and added some cool new features.
Bloglines has recently rolled out a bunch of new features today, which includes:
1. Save: Allows you [...]
Google Talk Translation:
Real Time Translation Service
Tuesday, December 18th, 2007
Google lately announced that they have introduced a couple of translation bots inside their chat software Google Talk. For instance, you can simply add ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ in your Google Talk account, open a chat with it, and then whenever you type something in English, the bot will translate it in chinese (Lets say you typed â€œhelloâ€ [...]
Photobucket and Myspace:
Inlcude Photobucket photos within Myspace
Monday, December 17th, 2007
Photobucket has recently announced inline support for inclusion of Photobucket photos within MySpace. To use, MySpace users can simply click on â€œAdd Image From Photobucketâ€ when leaving a comment, which then allows them to browse their Photobucket photos. Users can also search Photobucket for images other than their own during inclusion in a comment.
Sunday, December 16th, 2007
Mozilla Labs launched a new online service called Weave keeps all your personal information such as bookmarks, passwords and others synced with your Mozilla account via Firefox.
As Mozilla Labs GM Chris Beard describes in this post, the goals of Weave are to:
- provide a basic set of optional Mozilla-hosted online services ensure that it is [...]
What does google knows about you?
Saturday, December 15th, 2007
Over the weekend, Google had quite a bit of busy day as they quietly began rolling out a new, centralized profile system that will provide personalized information about each individuals on each of the Google products he/she use. Google Profile will eventually share this information across all the Googleâ€™s products which will tie a knot [...]
Google Analytics Code:
Updated and More...
Friday, December 14th, 2007
Google Analytics Blog recently reported that there has been some changes in the Google Analytics tracking code that webmasters use to track their sites using this program. However there is no specific immediate need to do this, but if you are using Google Analytics for your traffic tracking, Google asks you to update the tracker [...]
Google Toolbar IE:
New Features for Internet Explorer
Wednesday, December 12th, 2007
Google has recently upgraded its Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer with tons of new features. Some of these features were already avilable on Google Toolbar for Firefox previously. The new features is really going to make all of your lives a lot easier. Download Google Toolbar for IE (Note: It’s in U.S. English only so [...]