All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘blogger’

Is Medium The Next Step In Blogging?

Can the creators of Blogger and Twitter really revolutionize web publishing again? We may find out soon. If they don’t, it’s not for lack of trying. Blogger and Twitter co-founders Biz Stone and Evan Williams are at it again. After the two stepped back from Twitter, they resurrected their startup Obvious. A few months ago, Stone told us about Medium. …

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Google Redesigns Its Blogger Android And iOS Apps

Google announced the launch of new updates to its Android and iOS apps. These include a new design and the addition of some new features. The new apps include landscape support for post composition. This is good news. Who really likes composing a blog post in mobile in portrait? They’ve added the ability to share to Google+. Frankly, I’m very …

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Bing Talks More About Its New Authors Feature

As previously reported, Bing has launched a new feature that surfaces authors of news articles articles in its social sidebar. Bing did not talk about how to be included in this in its announcement. With Google, you have a specific process to follow to be included in its authorship program, which gets your picture in the search results and helps …

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Google Affiliate Ads For Blogger Launches In UK

Google announced today that it has launched the Google Affiliate Ads For Blogger gadget in the UK. The offering was launched in the US earlier this year. “When people share words, thoughts and photos on their blogs, they’re sharing their passions with the world,” said product manager Ali Pasha at the time. “Here at Google Affiliate Network, we see that …

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Google Finally Integrates Google+ Into Blogger

Google has been integrating Google+ into everything these days. Surprisingly, one part of the Google empire that has not yet felt the touch of Google+ has been Blogger. Despite my assumption that Google would integrate their social media platform into their blogging platform before anything else, that hasn’t been the case yet – until today. Google announced that the Blogger …

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Blogger Rolls Out Three New Gadgets For Your Unique Blog

If you’ve been feverishly toiling at that blog you really hope to option off for a movie deal in the near future, Blogger has introduced three new tools to help you catch the ears and eyes of a larger audience. After all, your blog might be better suited for a Korean period piece film instead of a mid-summer Hollywood blockbuster/romcom …

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Google Introduces Affiliate Ads for Blogger

Google has introduced a new way for bloggers to monetize their content, by launching Affiliate Ads for Blogger. Bloggers who seek to monetize will first need a Google AdSense account. After posting a new blog, a new ‘Advertise Products’ tab will pop up in the ‘post settings’ panel. Users who blog about a product made by an affiliate advertiser will …

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New Google Blogger ‘Gadgets’ Push Google+

Google announced over at the Blogger Buzz blog that two new “gadgets” will be available to users of the popular Blogger blogging platform. Both “gadgets” will more tightly integrate Blogger blogs with Google’s social network, Google+. The first, the “+1 button gadget”, simply places a “+1″ button on your blog for people to click. This will not be the same …

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Google’s New Blogger Interface to Become Permanent

When Google launched a redesign of its popular blogging platform late last year, it was completely optional for users. That choice is now quickly coming to an end. Over at the Blogger Buzz blog, Google announced today that the default interface for Blogger will be changed to the new version “in the coming weeks.” If you’re still using the old …

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Google On How It Censors Content (Ahead Of World Day Against Cyber-Censorship)

World Day Against Cyber-Censorship is this coming Monday – March 12. Here’s the official description for that: World Day Against Cyber-Censorship (on 12 March 2011) is intended to rally everyone in support of a single Internet without restrictions and accessible to all. Never have so many countries been affected by some form of online censorship, whether arrests or harassment of …

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Matt Drudge Shares His Grief on the Death of Andrew Breitbart

Conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart passed away today. The AP reports that Breitbart collapsed while walking near his home in the Brentwood neighborhood. Someone called paramedics who tried to revive him, unsuccessfully. Breitbart was a protegé of blogger Matt Drudge before Drudge introduced him to Arianna Huffington. Breitbart would later go on to help Huffington launch her eponymous website, before she …

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Conservative Blogger Andrew Breitbart’s Death: Twitter Reacts

Andrew Breitbart, controversial conservative blogger and journalist, died today at the age of 43. Many were shocked at the news today and took to Twitter to talk about it. A quick glance at tweets related to Breitbart’s untimely passing shows the narrative already starting to develop, not all of it pleasant. >>> Find all WebProNews coverage of Andrew Breitbart here …

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