So, today is Day 6 of our Workout. It is dedicated to the socialization of content using the tools of Web 2. 0. Ed Dale's original video can be viewed here.
Many of us are used to working alone, so the opportunities that Web 2. 0 opens up for us often elude our attention. Naturally, this adversely affects the long-term success of many Internet projects.
I hope you have already installed Firefox and all the add-ons to it. Now I will show you how to use some of them.
Let's imagine that you found a great site. Let it be MaulNet. ru. You liked the content, and first of all you, of course, should vote for this site. To do this, click the "I like it!” Button on the StumbleUpon toolbar.
It is possible that after reading a few posts on the blog, you will want to subscribe to the RSS feed. click on the small orange button in the address bar.
I hope you followed Ed’s advice and registered with Bloglines. If so, you will see something like this on the screen:
This is done. Now you need to bookmark the page you like. To do this, click on the “TAG” label at the top of the screen.
Enter the site name, add notes and tags, and save the bookmark as del. icio us.
Now, let's say, you want to report your find on your own blog. To do this, open the ScribeFire add-on
and write everything you wanted to write about.
The ScribeFire interface is very standard and therefore you should have no problems.
And now the fun begins. Now you will see the effect of the lever in all its glory.
You probably want to dilute the text of your blog with illustrations. It's more pleasant to the eye, isn't it? To do this, create an account on Flickr or Flamber and in any way acceptable to you get SnagIt program.
There is an alternative to Snagita on the Internet. This is a Skitch service.
But it has one major drawback - registration by invitation. If there is no such invitation, you may be refused registration. But they can accept it, if a free "beta slot" suddenly appears. Choose what is more convenient for you.
I almost forgot. There is another program called Jing. This is a project of the same TechSmith, therefore the quality of the utility should be at your best.
When you capture an image, upload it to Flickr. If you like the picture, show it to others - give your vote for it to StumbleUpon. Let others vote for this picture and place it on site. And they are good, and you traffic.
Now if the picture came out large enough, reduce it (if not, leave is.) To do this, click on the image and choose "All Sizes". Choose a size (for example, “Medium”)
and copy the URL of the picture.
Paste the whole thing into ScribeFire , add a message, set up the options
and publish it (the "Publish” button at the bottom right). When everything is ready, once again click on the ScribeFire icon and the application closes.
Now update your blog and do all the above-described operations with a new message: vote, add a bookmark, place a post on social sites (you can see examples of them under each of my blog posts) - declare yourself. This will attract new visitors to your site.
Can you hold them? Here everything depends on you.