How To Get Your All Social Network At One Place

How To Get Your All Social Network At One Place | Blogging In Web 2.0 Beta
Social Median Is one of the great services which makes out online experience wonderful. This is great social networking site on which we can club our all the famous online social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Hotmail and not only this we can imports our blog's feed to auto update. This is the one of the great source of traffic by collection all social networking sites in One Place.

Once you add your blog feed to socialmedian, you'll be prompted to setup a blog widget that directs users on socialmedian to your blog site. This widget is then displayed whenever anyone is reading or commenting on a story from your blog (on socialmedian).

A Socialmedian Video Tutorial Will help you to know better about this great site

In this video, I give a more in-depth tutorial of the site, socialmedian. Socialmedian is the news, filtered by your social network. This video shows how to register, join networks, interact, discuss, and contribute to socialmedian. If you've been intimidated by socialmedian, or lack understanding to its purpose, this video was made just for you. Enjoy.

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squirrelprince said...

Thanks for the info man. I will hurry and do it!

Gurpreet Singh said...

You Are Always Welcomed Dear

Anonymous said...

Ok, this is good information but if you want people to take you seriously you really need to proofread your work before you publish it.

Milica said...

Great post, D — as always, you take a concept that’s oft-talked about, oft-misunderstood, and make it simple as pancakes.
I’ve gotten accounts with BlebLife and Facebook (and MBL, of course), and I’m just starting to explore them.
I found two old college chums on BlebLife this week, so that’s pretty cool. I’m more drawn to Facebook, but I’m not really sure what to do there. If someone could explain how to really get the most out of FaceBook, I’d love that.
MyBlogLog has drawn the most activity, because it’s right there on my site all the time.
I’m also curious about using StumbleUpon more, but I rarely use Firefox (I’m a Camino user, 99% of the time).

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