Archive for the 'Reviews' Category

Sponsored Review: A great way of Linkbuilding
Thursday, April 3rd, 2008

Buying reviews on blogs has been a very common practice recently, with companies like SponsoredReviews.com and ReviewMe offering blog review marketplace for advertisers to find quality blogs which are related to their product or services to blog about them, and introduce that product or service to their loyal readers.
I personally feel that that paid reviews [...]

YouTube Video Editor: Online video editing
Saturday, March 29th, 2008

Omnisio is an amazing tool which lets you paste in the URL of a YouTube video (among other video sites) and then crop the time slider to a specific part. You can then add more videos if you like, and publish the result to show to others – without even registering at the site, a [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Translate Web: Microsoft introduces Translation Services
Sunday, September 16th, 2007

Microsoft is following Yahoo’s footsteps as it launched a translation service called Windows Live Translator BETA, powered by Systran. However, Microsoft own inventory of translational data may override Systran’s source, and we can expect a stiff competition now that Yahoo has acquired one of the most popular translational service Babelfish.
This tool will help users translate [...]

Google Apps: CapGemini starts Recommending Google Apps
Saturday, September 15th, 2007

According to recent reports from Forbes and Techmeme, Paris based CapGemini is going to recommend Google Apps on enterprise desktops. CapGemini influences what type of softwares to be installed in more than 1 million comapny PCs.
Google Apps, as the CEO of Google Eric Schmidt likes to see it, is termed as a new revenue model [...]

Wiki: WikiRage – Keyword Tracking?
Friday, September 14th, 2007

There is a website called Wikirage which tracks the most edited articles in Wikipedia every day. This is a Wikipedia data miner and can reflect the current trends in popular subjects, the most popular topics usually having the highest number of edits. Looking at the webmaster’s point of view, Wikirage can help determine the current [...]

AdCenter: Improved Microsoft adCenter
Thursday, September 13th, 2007

As discussed by Jonathan Hochman in a Searchengineland column, Microsoft has decided to upgrade its adCenter user interface. The changes come the Keywords tab which now displays complete statistical data and provide convenient editable boxes so that the users can change their bid for certain keywords. The previous interface involved the statistics and editable interfaces [...]

Search toolbar: Mahalo Follow
Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

Mahalo search engine entered the search engine world with optimistic perspectives with the motto that human edited search engines are way better than algorithm driven searches. However, they have finally realized that it’s very hard to top off Google if not impossible and came with a solution that lets a user run Mahalo’s search results [...]

Yahoo Kickstart: Yahoo's Social Job Network
Friday, August 31st, 2007

Yahoo Kickstart is a brand new service by Yahoo which is very similar LinkedIn style service for young college students to connect with employees at companies which are recruiting called .

Harrison Hoffman at CNET says that Yahoo is currently taking surveys of college students about social network, asking the participants; Wish you had an ‘in’ [...]