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Having video on your website can be a great way to increase your exposure and conversation rates. So what are you options when it comes to putting video on your website? Either you serve the video directly from your website or you use one of the many video hosting providers such as YouTube to stream your video for you.
With an estimated 1.2 billon+ people registered on at least one social network it comes as no surprise that there is a service that leverages this by allowing you to register users on your website through their existing social network account. Janrain Engage provides a service that does just that.
There are 2 ways to implement a Facebook Like button. First using a iFrame which is easier to implement but limited and secondly using XFBML which is more complicated to implement but is more versatile. I will give examples and the pro’s and con’s of each.
There’s a lot of buzz and excitement about social media on the web at the moment. Everybody wants their website to integrate with facebook or Twitter and so on. There’s no question that these social networks (and others) can be a powerful part of your company’s online presence, but sometimes convincing the corporate decision makers can be difficult.
The other day, we mentioned how some businesses are struggling to make the great shift towards going social. Social Networking, as you probably know by now, is now very much in, and with Facebook continuing to rise in popularity, hitting 200 million members early this week, and social networking in general getting more popular every day, it's becoming clear that social networking has a lot to offer the business world.
Whether a beginning blogger or a seasoned expert there is one thing every blogger will need, a blog platform. When determining where to host a blog many individuals immediately turn to free services such as Blogger or LiveJournal. While the easy setup and lack of price tag may make these services an easy sell initially you may find that you get what you pay for in the long run.
If your blog has a regular readership then there’s a good chance your posts are generating comments. While this is a great way increase interest and involvement in your site, negative comments can quickly sour the atmosphere and damage your reputation.