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5 Ways to Improve Your Social Networking 

May 2, 2012
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These below mentioned tricks and tips are useful in making use of strategy thinking competence along with time-savvy tools over the Internet to expand your effectiveness. Following are 5 ways via which you can easily improve your social networking. 1. Have an Additional Ear Reserved For Your Visitors Words The most imperative figure for your […]

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RSS Beacon for iPad – Yet another RSS reader [Review]

November 15, 2010
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There’s a ton of RSS readers out there for iOS devices such as iPhone and iPad. RSS Beacon is somewhat just yet another RSS reader, but it has a few tricks up its sleeve. First of all, it has the social element, such as sharing to Twitter, e-mail etc., like most readers do nowadays, but […]

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TweetAdder 3 Has Arrived (The App That Got Me 16,000 Twitter Followers)

August 29, 2010
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I’ve mentioned TweetAdder before, but last time I really told my story was all the way back in January 2010 on how I got 500 targeted Twitter followers in 5 days. A lot has happened since then, as I’m now up to over 16,000 Twitter followers – thanks to TweetAdder. Not too bad, ay? A […]

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Recommended: Flipboard – iPad Social Media Magazine & RSS Feeds

July 22, 2010
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Robert Scoble (scobleizer) calls Flipboard a “killer app” for the iPad. I think killer app is relative. What may be a killer app for him and some thousands of other users, might be pretty boring to users like, say, my mum. Never the less, I gave Flipboard a chance, partly because it’s free and still […]

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TechPatio Reaches 1000 Tweets on Twitter & 200 RSS Subscribers

February 23, 2010
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Who would have thought it could take me around 6 months to reach a 1000 tweets on Twitter? That comes down to just about 5 tweets per day. Well, I’m not sure my @TechPatio account has been active for exactly 6 months, but it’s plus/minus a few months at the most, so no big deal. […]

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15 Minutes Of Fame & How To Instantly Boost Visitors To Your Blog

October 17, 2009
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That title caught your attention, huh? How to instantly boost visitors to your blog! Now that would be something… before I tell you the secret, first have a look at this pageviews graph screenshot within my WordPress dashboard. I took this screenshot right before midnight, so the day was almost over – I’m sure you […]

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FeedBurner Changes Redirect Method to ‘301’ – Better SEO For Your Blog

October 4, 2009
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I was going to create a post on how you could get better Search Engine Optimization for your blog using FeedBurner links, especially if you have a habit of commenting on blogs with CommentLuv that pulls your FeedBurner RSS feed to get your latest blog post(s), but FeedBurner made a change that would render my […]

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What RSS feeds do you prefer – “summary” or “full text”?

August 14, 2009

Yesterday I switched my RSS feed settings from “summary” to “full text”. That means, if you’re subscribed to my RSS feed, that you will now be able to read my entire posts within your RSS reader, compared to before, where you’d only be able to read a summary, usually the first few hundred characters or […]

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What Is RSS Feeds And How Do You Use It

July 8, 2009
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We all have to start somewhere, and that somewhere is usually where you don’t know much about anything. RSS feeds are such a thing. If I’m having a chat with my father about the Internet and start mentioning RSS feeds, XML files and so on, I can be certain that his mind is already in […]

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