A little while back we reported that Digg had finally released an API along with a flash application toolkit. Not a lot of time has passed since then but there are already a few excellent tools that have been developed based on the API.
Having a ‘submit to Digg’ button on your site definitely increases the chances of one of your readers submitting your content to the site. However, while it is generally believed that having a Digg voting button on your site will increase the chances of your content being promoted to the front-page, some recent commentary has made me re-evaluate the situation.
We at Pronet are big fans of viral marketing. Both when it comes to link building and when it comes to buzz creation. But not all methods of viral marketing are good and not all methods are equally successful. Here’s a look at what to think about and what to look for when creating your next viral marketing campaign.
We were once made to believe that there will come a day when every man, woman, and child would own a blog. That the Blogosphere would keep expanding as long as the universe would be able to contain it. Well, unsurprisingly, it turns out that the previous statements are just hyperbole.
As mobile devices become more and more extensive and as surfing the internet on these devices approaches the ease of use of the PC, the cell phone (whether it be a Blackberry, an iPhone, or a Windows Mobile Smartphone) will take a central place in the users’ hands between a desktop and a laptop. And as the mobile internet user base grows, so does the mobile marketplace.
Ask.com announced their version of an online contextual advertising product today, which is essentially a direct competitor to Google AdSense. What sets Ask’s program apart from others, and is it worth taking a look at?
Perhaps the hardest part of blogging is being able to engage your audience and get them to participate in the conversation. Being able to build a relationship with every new visitor that comes to your blog is an important step in getting your audience to take part in your discussions, and it has never been easier.
Newsvine launched its first major update today since the site’s launch a little over a year ago. Join us for a first look at the new features.