September 17, 2011
The Open Graph protocol enables developers to integrate their web pages in social graph. It is created by Facebook for publishers to fetch structured information into your pages and then it can represent more information about the object itself. Further, it conveys more specific details to search engines about your web pages too. Do I sound like Mr. Technical?
September 6, 2011
You would be prefer to engage with social networks and broadcast your blog or website updates for your fans and follower to keep them up-to-date with your latest content. There are different kind of social channels you can think of nowadays. If we narrow down to Facebook, usually bloggers and webmasters create a Facebook fan page to send new updates of their site content and to engage with fans. The visitors can easily subscribe for new updates by just liking the Facebook page. But for that purpose, you have to redirect your blog or website visitors to your Facebook page. What if you can let your visitors easily subscribe or like your Facebook page while they are on your site?
August 11, 2011
You may remember that we have discussed how to add Facebook Like button, Twitter Tweet button and Google +1 button for Blogger posts. Adding those popular buttons let your readers to share posts and convey their likes and recommendations on posts for their friends. You may add the Blogger official Popular Posts widget/element to your blog to promote your popular content to recent visitors. But do you know you can show popular buttons mentioned above along with your popular posts shown in the popular posts element?
August 6, 2011
As if you like to take advantage of the social media to gain more traffic and reach more interested users for your content, you might have already created a Facebook fan page for those needs to be satisfied via Facebook. Else you can post them on your own wall to find them useful to your friends. Yeah, Facebook has large number of users worldwide and it became more and more popular everyday. That's why you are trying to take advantage of Facebook. You can post a link of your post on your profile or fan page to notify Facebook users when you have fresh content on your site. But wouldn't it be better to automate that process to post automatically on Facebook whenever you have fresh content?
Do you like to reach more users for your content? Or do you like to meet up all your customers at one place to discuss, get feedback or to expose yourself? Then social media is one of the best options you can find nowadays and enables you to find more customers, readers and fans to engage with your brand, business, organization or whatever public entity you might wanna represent. Facebook is a popular social media network where you can find huge sum of users spend their time and interconnected with their friends, families and related parties. So you can find more interested parties over Facebook for your brand, business or even for your blog. But how do you make use of Facebook to get more exposure to your business and to reach more users?
June 15, 2011
Did you implement Facebook comment social plugin on your blog? We have already discussed about implementation via Add Facebook Comment Social Plugin to Blogger post. If you have implemented it on your blog, you may have find that you can moderate comments easily with Facebook comment moderation tool. But as you have more number of posts on your blog, you may find it buggy to keep an eye on Facebook comment moderation tool to see recent comments made on your blog. Sometimes you may have missed comments that needs more attention and users may have to wait for long hours until you reply for them. Therefore you will find it somewhat disturbing as no way of notifying new comments. Would you like to get notified whenever someone made a comment via Facebook comment plugin?
June 4, 2011
Blogger offers you a default comment form for your blog to get feedback from your readers. It has moderation and threaded commenting feature too. Mostly comment form is vital as it allows your visitors to ask questions and provide their ideas and thoughts on your content. It's where conversation begins. However default comment form is not the only way you can make use of. If you need you can add third party commenting platforms on your blog. So what do you think, beyond default comment form, if you can add stylish comment plugin to your blog easily? Also what if your comment form can give more exposure to your content in addition to commenting?
May 17, 2011
While you blogging with your own blog, you may interest in enabling your viewers to share your blog content through social media to their profiles or friends. It enables your blogger friends to share information easily and help to increase your blogger traffic through sharing content over social media. Such a way is Facebook Like button. It interpret you, how many Facebook users interest in particular post in your blog and sharing it over their Facebook profile. Now Facebook Like plugin includes a Share button along with it. So while your friends sharing your blog contents over their profile, they may able to share your posts with their Facebook friends too.