At an all-hands meeting for the Yahoo product team following a round of layoffs yesterday that significantly impacted that group, EVP of Americas Ross Levinsohn and Chief Product Officer Blake Irving announced plans to “sunset” eight products and consolidate others. Products to be shut down include MyBlogLog, Yahoo Picks, AltaVista, Yahoo Bookmarks, Yahoo Buzz and … Continue reading Yahoo to shut down buzz, delicious, mybloglog, and others.
The web has seen massive changes in the past few years from new technology, social networking sites, blogging, RSS feeds, and more. Along with these new innovations, new design trends have been popping up. One of the most notable trends is the web 2.0 style where designs were friendly, inviting, clean, yet filled with personality. … Continue reading 7 Viral Trends Web Designers are Tailoring Their Work to In 2010
Since Twitter has taken the world by storm over the past few years, both for personal and business usage, there is now an abundance of Twitter tools that are available to help you get even more from the service. With the help of many of these great tools and services you’ll be more productive and … Continue reading 10 Indispensable Tools to Maximize The Use of Twitter
WordPress is quite the impressive and simplistic CMS. Whether you’re just a blogger or an entrepreneur with a startup looking to extend your site’s functionality, everyone can benefit from WordPress and its available plugins. You can find plugins that will allow auto updates to your Twitter accounts, your Facebook fan pages and even implement an … Continue reading Benefits of WordPress-to-lead plugin integration
Converting Social Media Traffic into Consistent Traffic Social media websites are ones such as StumbleUpon and Digg that can send considerable amounts of traffic to your site. A front page on Digg, for example, could result in as much as 20-30 thousand people coming to your site in the matter of a day or two. … Continue reading Social Media Traffic & Your Website