Archive for May, 2007

Revver video on Facebook

May 31st, 2007

Facebook is going to be huge!

According to the Revver blog…you can put Revver video on your Facebook profile.

Look to the widget section and locate Widgetbox. Put Widgetbox on your profile and then add Revver video. You will need a video ID number to display the video you want. We are told that you can adjust the size as well.

Pay Per Post widget?

May 30th, 2007

ORLANDO, Fla., May 30 /PRNewswire/ — PayPerPost
(, the leading marketplace for advertisers to
engage bloggers and other consumer content creators, today announced it has
released PayPerPost Direct, a powerful new point-of-sale (POS) transaction
widget. The widget allows all bloggers to conduct business directly with
advertisers who are interested in having sponsored content created on a
specific blog. The widget expands upon PayPerPost’s existing model that
allows Bloggers to write about an advertisers product, service or website
in exchange for a fee.

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Facebook and widgets…whats the buzz

May 30th, 2007

Everyone’s raving about Facebook. “The next big thing”…in social community sites. I thought a little grouping of info wouldn’t hurt.

Did you know?

Widget Builders Find Dream Niche in Facebook
Facebook has opened it’s doors to widget developers of all kinds. For starters…Amazon widgets that allow you to put book reviews and purchase links on your profile. Other key players include CollegeHumor and uPlayMe…

There’s Twitter in my Facebook
Twitter was invited to be an early participant in Facebook’s new platform. Facebook+Twitter download

Facebook’s big plans
Anne Collier’s collection of Facebook comentary.

Betting on Facebook
An excellent story on RedHerring talking about how web application and widget developers are already seeing fantastic adoption numbers. Indicating a symbiotic relationship.

Jangl and Facebook
Free calls between registered Facebook users using the new Jangl widget

Mashable’s list of Facebook apps.

A huge list of 30 plus application have offerings on Facebook

How to leverage the new Facebook platform
Cameron Olthuis has written a common sense approach to creating viral apps for the new Facebook platform. (very interesting read!) Featured widget

May 30th, 2007 is the featured widget for the next two weeks.

(located in upper right)

wholinked is a simple, easy to setup, JavaScript widget that displays a set number of links to your blog or site. Telling you and your readers, “Who Linked” to your page.
A definite confidence builder for someone considering linking to your blog!

I encourage you to give it a try.

Then come back and post comments telling us what you think.

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