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WiseStamp-Email Signature Extension is a Chrome & Firefox Add-on that helps you create a creative and custom email signature filled with links to your other online presences, your IM usernames, and even your latest blog post. As of now it works with AOL Mail, Hotmail, Gmail, and Yahoo! Mail.
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The best mobile browser for me is non other than Opera Mini.Fast and Easy browsing are the key factor that I am searching in a mobile browser.
How to install
Just point your default mobile browser to m.opera.com. Download according to your mobile model either Nokia, Blackberry or Iphone.Just follow the easy step.
As you can see, its like browsing internet on your pc or laptop. You have thumbnails bookmarks and tab browsing with Opera Mini Browser. You can also save your password and set your download folder. The user interface is smart and easy to use.
Image by FLC via FlickrNearly 80 per cent of workers prefer e-mail to the phone.”People dreads calls because they feel like they’re on the spot,” says C. Richard Weylman, business consultant and author of “Opening Closed Doors,”But you get more attention than in an e-mail,”Here are phone manners tips:
Stand Up.Your voice will be more energetic. Some companies encourage salespeople to get off their bottoms before calling
Don’t cradle the receiver.Instead,hold it about 7 cm from your mouth,says Weylman. You’ll sound less muffled and more like you’re less muffled and more like you’re there in person.
Just talk.Don’t also open mail or type.Not only is it obvious to the other person that you’re distracted but one study found multitasking reduces the ability o listen.
Pause.If flustered,stop talking and collect yourself,says business-communications coach Judith McManus.Unlike ums and ahs, “silence projects thought fulness, not confusion.” Sharon Liao
There’s a war going on in the blogosphere, and it has nothing to do with bloggers dissing each other on their respective websites. The war is about control of the blogosphere by several great, many good, and tons of terrible blogging platforms. The average newbie now has “too many” options to choose from, and the battle for blogging supremacy is hotter than ever.
<p><span style="font-size:78%;">At my website and blogs, I'm always asked the question "Is <a href="http://wordpress.org/" title="WordPress" rel="homepage" target="_blank" class="zem_slink">Wordpress</a> better than <a href="http://www.blogger.com/" title="Blogger (service)" rel="homepage" target="_blank" class="zem_slink">Blogger</a>?". The answer, of course, is "Yes". But to really understand why, it's important to look at both blogging platforms side-by-side and see which one you really need.<br /> Here's the comparison scale: </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;"><strong>1) Ease of Set-up And Use</strong></span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;">Yes, it’s much easier to set-up a blog with Blogspot.com and get your own Bloggger account. You can be done in 10 minutes flat. Once you're set-up you can start posting immediately. If you want to add a designer's touch to your blog, there are also tons of blogger templates available for free.<br /> Installing WordPress however can be a major headache if you don't know what you're doing. Since you're going to host it on your own account, you'll need to download the installation files, upload them to your server, set-up a database, and run the configuration script. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;">However, if you know which hosting account to get, you can choose one with Cpanel included. With Cpanel, you can do a one-click installation, upgrade and removal of your WordPress platform. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;"><strong>2) Customization & Advanced Use </strong></span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;">Blogger doesn’t allow categories. You can’t sort your articles into different focuses, unless you know how to hack the platform. With WordPress, not only can you add categories, you can also display each category differently on your main page. In fact with the correct plugins you can even turn your WordPress into a magazine-like portal. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;">Publishing with Blogger can be a pain in the ass. It can take forever to post articles, especially if you’re making changes to the entire website. With WordPress, publishing is much faster, although if you load your system with all kinds of bells and whistles it can be just as frustrating. With a Blogger account, you can get additional features like "Shout Boxes" that improve interaction on your site. You can also get pretty themes and nifty little tools that you can add to the core template files. However, that's as far as you can go with Blogger. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;">With WordPress however, the sky is the limit. As cliche as that may sound, not only can you get themes, additional "plugins" and advanced tools, you can also extend WordPress to far beyond just a blogging platform.<br /> The talk today is about using WordPress as a complete, user-friendly Content Management System or CMS. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;"><strong>4) Copyrights and Ownership of Content </strong></span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;">I started with Blogger and I won’t say that it’s bad. But after a while I started to get frustrated with Blogger, and here’s why: Google Owns Your Content<br /> Google has the authority to shut down your account without warning if they don’t like what you’re blogging about. You don't have absolute control over your own blog. With WordPress, you own the domain name and the blog is hosted on your own account. You have full control over your content. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;">With the self-hosted version of WordPress (not WordPress.com), you're free to write about anything you want, and use the software in any way you want. Yes, Blogger allows you to publish to your own domain, but they still own the database that holds your content! Don't forget that!</span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;"><strong>5) Search Engine Optimization and Traffic </strong></span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;">There's this propaganda that since Google owns Blogger, they tend to favor Blogger accounts. I won't say that this is illogical, but from my experience, there's no such favoritism. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;">I've heard as many stories of getting indexed fast and ranking high in search engines from both WordPress and Blogger users. As long as the content is good, the spiders will come. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;">When you post in Blogger, you can only “ping” a limited amount of sites, whereas with WordPress on your own domain you can ping as many blog directories as you want, and start getting more traffic.<br /> As a conclusion, I would say that WordPress is only slightly ahead in terms of optimization for search engines, and building large amounts of traffic. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;"><strong>6) Money-Making Potential </strong></span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;">There's no doubt that it's easier to get started with Google Adsense if you have a Blogger account. In fact you can now apply for Adsense from within a Blogger account. Not entirely surprising considering the fact that both are owned by the same company. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;">With WordPress, it can get tricky. The default installation is not enough. You'll need a couple of plugins and even a better theme to really maximize the Adsense potential. However, this seems to be getting easier and there's even "Adsense revenue sharing" plugins around that allow you to share ad revenue with other contributors and writers for your blog. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;">When you start using WordPress to build your Adsense websites, you’ll soon discover what I mean. It’s something you need to experience for yourself. I can tell you one thing though – when you go WordPress, you don’t go back. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:78%;"><strong>About the Author </strong><br /> Gobala Krishnan is the author of WordPress Adsense System, the unique beginner's guide to building content-rich Adsense websites with WordPress. You can download two free chapters of his book at <a href="http://www.easywordpress.com/go.php?offer=lankapo79&pid=02"><span style="text-decoration: underline;">easywordpress.com</span></a></span></p><div id="zemanta-pixie" style="margin: 5px 0pt; width: 100%;"><br /></div>