- whether they found you via search engine, Google images, MySpace, forums, online groups, or via other blog sites :) Absolutely wonderful!
Here's a snapshot of a blog statistics report ;) -
Ping.fm is a centralised Web service to update all the status messages on Facebook, Twitter, Plurk, and quite a few other "social networks".
With Ping.fm, you just need to log in once and update as many of your social network accounts simultaneously
A gravatar, or globally recognized avatar, is quite simply an avatar image that follows you from weblog to weblog appearing beside your name when you comment on gravatar enabled sites :)
If you have a MyBlogLog account, you needn't sign up for BC.
BlogCatalog is a less sophisticated version of MyBlogLog clone
- less features
(eg., no report/statistics generation tool)
Nevertheless, I like BC :) and will continue using it simply because I like connecting with my readers.
Here's a snapshot of the BC dashboard
5) Ning.com allows you to create your very own social network. Isn't that sweet :)
But I have yet to be a proud owner of a social network because the names that I like were all taken
Here's a list of my not-so-favorite social network apps:-
I recently joined Friendster to reconnect with my old schoolmates. The down side to Friendster is that you can't add your friends - unless you know their e-mail addresses or last name.
Yelp allows you to share restaurant reviews, hotel reviews, rate products/services (eg, your local dental clinic, car dealers...). I have been looking forward to join Yelp
But unfortunately, the site has not been properly maintained and even after my 20th attempt at signing up at Yelp (over the past 3 weeks), I still get this message:-
"Opps, Yelp is overworked right now"
Koornk is just another Twitter. There's nothing particularly special about Koornk apart from the cute logo (which I really, really love :) )
(more to come later. stay tuned ;) out for a sinful choc & cheesecake session)