Just right after rolling out the email preview feature for YouTube videos, Flickr and Picasa photos and Yelp reviews, the Gmail Labs is introducing a new feature again. This time, the feature lets users undo sent email which are not supposed to be sent yet, or emails which contain errors.
LinkedIn is the best business networking site I am aware of. People join it to do business and if you are smart enough you’ll build powerful connections and find awesome opportunities there. Now let’s see how you can increase your LinkedIn profile visibility. Remind of yourself You do know Linkedin users receive email messages about […]
My four-year-old grandson, Hamza could teach the search engines a thing-or-two about how people think. I made him lasagna and while he was eating he paused, rolled his eyes upward and pronounced: “vegetable, cat basagna.” Only his mother and I could possibly understand what he meant. The ‘vegetable’ part is because even the tiny bit […]
It seems that over the past several months, Digg has been waging a war against it’s own users and alienating the very people who have helped Digg to achieve its current level of success. Since it’s never fair to make accusations without facts to back them up, let’s look at a couple of steps that […]
Update: I just checked out my Facebook profile and it’s now showing the new home page. My initial reaction is that the Highlights on the left side and the live news feed on the main column seem a bit redundant. But aesthetics wise, the new home page looks cleaner than the old one. And I […]
By now you have seen the various articles regarding Facebook‘s homepage redesign. If not, go take the tour to see what is coming. As you can see, Facebook has copied some of the most loved features from both FriendFeed and Twitter. Facebook may be a massive social network, but it wants to be the main […]
SideStripe is a new search tool with quite a unique and useful concept worth sharing with SEJ readers. It is basically a Facebook application which assists you with your Google search. It provides a Google gadget you can add to your Google SERPs – the gadget will be looking for answers among your Facebook friends […]
Keyword research is not (or shouldn’t be) just about creating a list of keyword phrases a surfer uses when performing a search. Using just a few SEO tools to create a keyword list, you won’t research much. The deeper you understand the topic, the richer your content becomes and the more “occasional” search referrals (those […]
Over the last several weeks I have beta tested any number of startups which represent what we might call “refined walled garden” approaches to social interaction. Typically, and walled garden approach has met with great criticism from proponents of cloud computing. The dogma for many in the social networking, marketing and even technology spheres has been one of liberal damnation for anything not free, or akin to a desktop application.
After almost two years of existence, Facebook Marketplace is finally getting a much needed boost by way of Oodle, an online classifieds company which has built a new Facebook Marketplace interface.