But that is just for users… how about website owners, developers and SEOs?
MyBlogLog have introduced a new interactive widget
With the recently introduced API still in closed beta, I can only imagine they are going to add a little more to the information panel in the future to expose your activities in the “social cloud”.
I try to avoid blogosphere discussions unless I have something substantial to add. I don’t have holdings in any of the companies embroiled in the current takeover / acquisition debate, and to be perfectly honest I am not sure if any of the combined entities that eventually emerge will be able to compete with Google on their home turf.
Lets start with the mosaic, as writing about it has been on my “to do” list for a few days.
Maurizio is a regular reader and talented programmer has come up with a great idea for community appreciation, a community mosaic.
Just 2 weeks ago PayPerPost launched their PayPerPost Direct service and I wrote one of my typical in-depth reviews about why I believe that this new offering really changes the paid review landscape.
I like to keep a fairly professional and level head when I am discussing various issues on this blog but unfortunately I have just listened to the pre-recording that Shoemoney did with Rand Fiskin about full disclosure when blogging, and quite honestly whilst I empathise with some of the points both made, I think in many ways both are missing at least a few vital points.