For a number of months every time I log into Facebook (or at least it seemed that way) Facebook would add a call for help with translation into my news feed. I think most of my readers are aware that I live in Poland, though those details are not directly available to Facebook, unless they look at my phone number.
I noticed within the new Problogger room on FriendFeed, Darren mentioned the following:-
â€œfeel free to invite others to this room – as long as they are bloggers and/or are interested in the ProBlogger type topic I’m happy for anyone and everyone to join. I’ve invited all my contacts on FF. Pity there’s no list of public groups for people to join.â€
The Winners of the Open Web Awards have been announced.
Due to my moving and connectivity problems I wasn’t able to promote the voting phases but I did vote on the judges choice awards – it is interesting how voting differed between the two.
Back in August I reviewed Jack’s Social Power Linking Home Study Course which he created with Peter Lenkefi
I claim it as a review, even though I hadn’t actually seen the product. I had one major problem with it which wouldn’t have worried many of my readers, but was a significant problem for me – it was a physical product.
The Open Web Awards are now open for nominations until the 6th December, and this stage of the proceeding is quite open plan.
The current 28 blogging partners (increasing daily) have been provided with a list of categories to accept nominations for, and it is down to each blog to decide how to proceed with collecting nominations, whether to make individual posts for each category, or to handle things from a single post.
Muhammad Saleem yesterday wrote a list of the reasons that he might thumb someone down whilst using Stumbleupon.
I thought it would be a good exercise to come up with as many creative reasons why someone might Stumble one of your articles.
Blogrush has just launched and is promising to help bloggers generate more targeted traffic to their blogs.
Blog bling, blog community and blog traffic widgets are becoming quite a conjested marketplace, so what makes Blogrush, the newest contender something to take note of?
I spend a fair amount each day on Facebook these days, and in part there are 2 people to blame, Sherman Hu and Tinu Abayomi-Paul.
Sherman has launched an excellent Beginners Guide To Mastering Web Basics group on Facebook
There is only one small detail that prevents me from immediately whipping out my credit card in the next 30 seconds and buying Social Power Linking, but for many people that small detail is actually the primary reason they would make a purchase.