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Three more warm-up videos from Ed Dale released (one, two, and three). Their subject is fully disclosed in the subject of the post 🙂
The first two are focused mainly on beginners, and therefore you are unlikely to be interested (although I will still mention some of the main points), but the third video will definitely give you food for thought.
But first I want to pay tribute to the Lazy Man for mentioning my Spring Marathon on his blog and to announce the interview Dmitry Naumov took from me, which you can read here. As for me, a good interview turned out.
Now let's deal with StumbleUpon and YouTube.
If you already have accounts on these social networks, fine. If not, then they need to start. The registration process is standard, so there should not be any difficulties.
After registering with SU, install the toolbar that is attached to it. It will really make it easier for you to use this resource.
As for YouTube, there are also some interesting points that I haven’t paid attention to before. You can:
1. search YouTube videos directly from the browser. To do this, in Flock, click on the button with a magnifying glass to the left of the address bar, and a search engine on the site will appear in the browser search window.
2. subscribe to the RSS feed of any YouTube user. To do this, either click the big yellow Subscribe button, or go to the user's personal page and click the subscription button to the left of the above button with a magnifying glass.
3. Watch the high-resolution video (this is what YouTube lacked before). To do this, simply click the following link
4. send videos to a bunch of social sites, your blog or email. This is all done right here, under the video
you just need to set up accounts.
But as for the Google Chip, this information, if it is not new to you, then at least it will give you some fresh ideas. The feature itself is called Google Subscribed Links. In a nutshell, it allows you to display a text block in the output results for the specified requests, which you can fill out at your discretion (including linking). Many large resources like RottenTomatoes, Drugs use this. com, digg and others. (A list of such sites can be found here.)
By the way, more than 1,200 people subscribed to Ed already . What do you think is a plus for his project? And will it be a plus for your niche project if you can also influence the thoughts and behavior of your subscribers like this? 😉
Here is an example of a button with an invitation to subscribe to links (you can see it live on the Thirty Day Challenge website).
And here is the issue on request 30DC
By the way, if you suddenly have problems installing the Garrett toolbar in the Flock browser, do not give up, there is a solution. Here it is:
The solution to the problem was found by one of the readers of the blog, the author of the site Savos. Ru.
With the support of: Chipp. Ru - a social pasture for bloggers. Less is more.
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