Monthly Archives: December 2009

Google & Facebook Shorten URL Service 5

It’s Shorten URL’s season. First Facebook and then Google launched their own URL shorten service. Facebook shorten URL is fb.me and Google is Goo.gl.

Google Facebook Shorten URL ServiceFacebook’s fb.me service will allow you to shorten any link on the site – even if you just want to trim down the path to a specific profile page (http://fb.me/ankush.kohli). No mention of whether or not they plan on providing an API for third-party developers to integrate the service.

Google announce this news through Official blog post says their service is not a standalone offering – at least for now. As this is not Continue Reading

Top Twitter Tips and Tricks 18

Twitter_Tips_and_GuideThere are lot of twitter tips already in the market. You can find various tricks in eBooks, blogs & websites so why you’re here because I bet that you’ll never found all these “Working” twitter tips  at one place. Here I’m giving you the proper guidance on how to start your twitter account, how to increase followers quickly, the best way to tweet, promotion of your twitter account and a sound list of twitter tools that will save your time.


Promote Your Twitter Account:

  • Fill out your bio. Leaving it blank or non-descriptive doesn’t encourage people to add you.
  • Treat
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Google Analytics 7 New Features 6

Google Analytics 7 New Features

Today, I got a mail from Google Analytics with an annoucement that they’ve added 7 more rich features in Google Analytics. With these features users will be able to get quicker insights, create deeper customizations, do more advanced analysis and track more mobile marketing! These features are rolled out on every server.

Probably, you’ll be already aware of 1 or 2 features. Check out the features details:

Custom Alerts: As the subpart of “Intelligence” tab, custom alerts monitors data patterns over daily, weekly and monthly periods. Significant changes in data trends and insights you may not have noticed Continue Reading

More Than 350 Million People are Using Facebook 4

Facebook Founder CEO Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook Founder CEO Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook founder/CEO Mark Zuckerberg has posted an open letter to all facebook users that now the networking portal is having 350 million users database. Wow! that’s really amazing.

The other big webcast is regarding a privacy that is due to hit the site in the next few weeks. Soon, users will be able to selectively choose “per-post basis” privacy policy.

Mark wrote:

Facebook has grown, some of these regional networks now have millions of members and we’ve concluded that this is no longer the best way for you to control your privacy. Almost 50 percent

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