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Every year time.com, the Time Magazine website, releases a list of the top 50 best websites and this year there are some surprises, at least in my opinion. Time’s criteria to choose these sites is quite simple, they pick websites that help users improve their internet experience like yelp.com and its UK version yelp.co.uk – …read more →

 

John Prescott, who is an unlikely fan of blogging, recently raised his profile through the use of twitter using it to post news about the Tories and NHS. The politician is also planning to use social networking sites to try to get people involved in a global deal on climate change. In his new role, …read more →

 

Twitter’s home page has been redesigned; the main focus of this overhaul was to demonstrate the power of Twitter as a discovery where users can find what is happening in real time through search and trends. Used commonly as a way to communicate quick messages, Twitter is still a useful tool used by us when …read more →

 

Without a doubt June has been the most exciting month so far this year for the SEO community, a bunch of new products have been announced and introduced not to mention a new Search Engine, in case you missed all the action here is a quick round up of what happened. In the beginning of …read more →

 

Since its announcement Google Wave has dominated the pages of tech blogs and news sites all over the world, this is set to be Google’s biggest product launch in years. Google Wave is a real time communication platform that combines aspects of email, wikis, web chat, social networking, project management and file sharing all in …read more →

 

Digg users received another surprise this past week as the shouts systems have been disabled; the days of selecting 200 of your most loyal friends and sending them a shout with your latest submission, are over. The only way to share your submissions now is via email, Facebook, Twitter or IM. I’m not sure what Digg’s …read more →

 

Talk about social networking and not mention Twitter is almost impossible to avoid these days, Twitter has been boosting impressive statistics in the past year or so, like a 1382% growth, but like many other social network sites, it seems people are losing interest after one month. According to a stat tracking company, Twitter’s retention …read more →

 

Google Profiles generated a lot of noise in the past week, the Google Profiles have been around since the end of 2007 and last week Google updated the service so users can add all sorts of information about themselves, like: Their picture Their first and/or last name Your nickname Where you grew up Where you …read more →

 

Buzz has been coming from the top social networking communities, from framed content to who will be the first to reach 1 million followers on Twitter. Here is a quick a round up of what’s been going on. Leading the pack we have Digg who launched the DiggBar and shortened URLs services. Unlike other short …read more →

 
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