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Social Odours... More to know... - To Join a Blogging Site or Not to Join...
In addition, these sites provide a kind of instant community of fellow bloggers who can provide advice, insight, and feedback. These established sites often keep directories of their members, which can be great news for your traffic logs because it means that other bloggers on the site will find out about your pages.
However, there are also some downsides to linking up with a large blogging site. By posting within the established templates of a site like blogger, you run the risk of having your blog look and feel like everybody else's. T
5 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Link Your Social Networks | CAREEREALISM
Automated PostingWhen you sync your Twitter with your Facebook, your Twitter updates appear automatically as status updates; you can’t select which ones appear on Facebook. Due to the advent of Twitter, most people post status updates on Facebook with less frequency. These updates tend to be more substantive than those on Twitter, which tend to be posted according to speed as opposed to clarity of meaning.
Frequently updating your Twitter-synced Facebook might aggravate your friends by cluttering their feeds with trivial observations and complaints. Furthermore, if linked to a professional network — a profile your employers see — you might end up embarrassing yourself or endangering your employment with the wrong message.
AT&T, Google Among The Biggest Online Advertisers — comScore | TechCrunch: For example, comScore found that 31 percent of ads in the study were delivered but never seen by consumers, presumably because people scrolled past before the ad loaded, or because they never scrolled down to see the at in the first place. comScore also found that 72 percent of campaigns ran at least some ads next to content that the advertisers said was not “brand safe”.
The Present Shock Of The Harlem Shake - Forbes: The Harlem Shake meme has a simple form: with the first 30-seconds of the song “Harlem Shake” by the DJ and producer Baauer in the background, a single person does something in the presence of others (who act as if nothing is happening,) and then all of a sudden everyone is doing something together.