02 Jun Remember the Milk.. and a Whole Bunch of Other Stuff

Remember The Milk Screencast from Tobias Glawe on Vimeo. I just wanted to quickly give as much praise and props to the folks who've created Remember The Milk. I have come to realize how handy this web and mobile app is to keep my personal, and professional life in check. Sadly our human brains don't utilize its full potential, so who couldn't benefit from this? There is a free version of RTM, as well as a $25 USD/Year price for the...

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10 Feb Link Building With Eioba.com

I was checking out new content sites and came across this wonderful web 2.0 knowledge sharing website called Eioba.com. This easy to use and navigate site has a blend of articles sites, social networking and social voting on the content. The social voting built into the site sets them apart from a lot of other article sites, and I don't think I can even get away with calling them an article site. This is a site you won't be...

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26 Jan Link Building With Stumpedia.com

Stumpedia was launched just over a year ago and its grown to be one of the most active social search engines on the market. I've been a fan and using it for a while now, especially since they've gone dofollow. The site as of today is showing stats of 13,452 links, 3,976 members and over 35,000 search terms in the database. If you haven't added your site to Stumpedia I highly suggest you go and register for an account,...

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13 Jan Link Building With TradeVibes.com

Trade Vibes is a semi new site for all things startups and from what I've seen to compared sites is that it takes the cake. There are a lot of great startup sites out there but Trade Vibes has won my heart over with their features and best of all, the company profiles which are content rich. The site saw some good growth in 2008 and with the help of their users, they managed to compile over 10,000 company...

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07 Jan Mar.com Goes Live! Social News For Marketers

Mar.com is a pretty new social news sites for the marketing community both online and off. By the looks of its Alexa Ranking, Mar.com has been pushed since the end of December and has been climbing at a decent rate since its launch. I submitted my article Link Building & Social Media Marketing For Women which made it to the front page within a day or so. The traffic as expected wasn't quite productive just yet, but that could...

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31 Dec The Worio Search Engine In Review

I recently came across Worio which is a relatively new search engine that brings some new twists to the search engine game, and I'm pretty impressed. The layout and feel of the site flows nicely with a clean web 2.0 feel in both the design and social interaction. Worio is set out to not only provide the way we search as we know it, but also influence how you find things through friends, new blogs and other social media...

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29 Dec Micro-Blogging Site List By Rank

Micro-Blogging is still going strong and there are a ton of them popping up for every niche and theme imaginable. Some of them allow you to get do follow links so this does fall under the general link building topic, but they also allow you to increase your reader base and grow your website. The stats I'm going to use to rank the sites will be based on Alexa ranking,(unique not site wide links counted)  backlinks counted by Link...

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20 Dec Link Building With Twingly.com

Twingly is by far the coolest new blog search on the scene and I really like how it is laid out and the content is presented. If you're used to using Technorati, you might find this a breath of fresh air. Technorati still has a plethora of features compared to Twingly, but it is also a cluttered mess of links that could keep you lost for hours. The simple web 2.0 layout makes for a fun browsing experience and...

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15 Nov 6 Untapped CMS Resources For Theme Link Building

I've been keeping a close eye on the different open source CMS's that are coming out these days, mainly for link building opportunities. If you're a Wordpress or Joomla theme designer you most likely have distributed free themes in order to build links and get exposure for your work. I'm aware that Google has been watching this practice closely because a lot of folks were selling the link spots(Sponsored Themes Discussed @ Webmaster World). Now if you're a web...

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