It looks like the annual Technorati State Of The Blogosphere is going to be lacking a lot of data this year – maybe just Gmail users, but possibly many more. Google thinks Technorati are phishing.
Jeff over at Coding Horror has just been taking a small pop at Yelp for requiring email account access to find friends
Email is the de-facto master password for a huge swath of your online identity. Tread carefully:
Another tell-a-friend like Facebook / Myspace / Linkedin etc script seems to have launched today
This script is different to Optin Accelerator in a number of ways
- The script is hosted 100% on your server
I have been quite vocal in my encouraging Aweber to add some more control to the way they handle RSS to Email, and I am glad to say they have now added some very flexible date and time based controls.
Whilst I wouldn’t class myself as a fanatical tester and tracker, I do test and track extensively. Having now published this blog for close to a year, I have reached a number of conclusions.
The guys from PayPerPost might cause a lot of controversy, but there is one thing that I doubt anyone could deny, even their most harsh critics… they are smart.
They bring out interesting, useful, sometimes controversial or disruptive products, but they are certainly market leaders not the following pack.
A few days ago I saw a number of my readers had grabbed an “opp” with PayPerPost to predict the acquisition they were going to announce this week, in fact today.
I can only conclude that email spammers and phishers are somehow inhabitants of another planet, totally unconnected from real world issues. If name dropping one Fortune 500 company doesn’t bring results, why not drop two?