Archive | November, 2011

Triberr no longer supports automatic tweeting!

29 Nov

Via Scoop.itPositively Social

What is Triberr?
The basics
Triberr was created by  Dino Dogan and Dan Cristo.
Groups of bloggers create “tribes” where each of them can share each others posts on Twitter.
Via techieminx.com

Loopy Tweeting Ambiguity

29 Nov

Via Scoop.itPositively Social

The problem with Tweeting is the amount of characters available to you at 140 it is even less than a SMS (mobile phone text message)! So, how then, can one use Tweets to be able to influence somebody?
Via aypee.wordpress.com

7 Awesome Android Smartphone Browser Alternatives

29 Nov

Via Scoop.itPositively Social

Are you tired of using the default Android Smartphone browser and thinking about a change? The following 7 Android browsers are all free, support Flash video (apart from Firefox), use tabs, and packed with many more handy features.
Via arkarthick.com

Is your website mobile friendly?

27 Nov

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You may have a wonderful (perhaps even fairly new) website, but is it as up to date as it can be? Many web developers have their tried and tested ways of building a website.
Via www.purpleplanet.com

Beneviolent Law

27 Nov

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A local United Way office realized that the organization had never received a donation from the town’s most successful lawyer. The person in charge of contributions called him to persuade him to contribute.
Via aypee.wordpress.com

The What’s Next Social Media Event for Business in the UK

27 Nov

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The dates have finally been set and the second What’s Next Social Media for Business Event is being held on February 6th 2012 at the amazing ATRiuM at the University of Glamorgan in Cardiff, Wales.
Via www.onlinemarketingacademy.uk.com

Free Future messaging application launched today

27 Nov

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The Future Message application was launched today by the Indian based company Xminds Infotech Pvt. Ltd which was co founded by Ram Govind and Jayakrishnan Nair.
Via techieminx.com