Twitter the micro blogging site has gained momentum to a large extent over the years. Today, in the context of social networking, Twitter is referred along with Facebook. Everybody seeks the potential Twitter has with its equivalent when they look for a medium to communicate. The Twitter service has social networking, instant messaging and micro-blogging features. It is designed for the people in general and also for the business community.
YouTube can be a great springboard for film directors, bands and solo artists, designers and many others. If you plan on building your own image on the world’s largest video search engine, it’s vital to know how to draw reactions and feedback over your videos. Solid feedback means popularity plus it makes you better at what you do by outlining the weak points you need to further work upon. How to attract relevant feedback for your work? Here are some tricks and apps that will work for you.
First things first: obviously, YouTube has its own internal system for rating videos and jotting down reactions. However, any content maker who’s been there knows the thumbs up and down are scarcely satisfying or relevant. Comments, at their turn, tend to be fugitive and rarely constructive, but rather unrelated to the work. What to do if you need more valuable feedback?
3 months back in September Facebook introduced Subscribe button for profiles which lets users to subscribe to your public updates on Facebook. When you subscribe to a user’s public updates, his/her updated will start showing on your Facebook wall. Now Facebook has introduced subscribe button for websites which give visitors the option to subscribe to contributors in one click.
The Subscribe button for websites works in the same way as the button on Facebook; once clicked the user will begin seeing the public posts of the person they have subscribed to in his or her News Feed. The subscribe action is also shared – allowing others to subscribe directly via the News Feed stories, and further increasing viral distribution.
Google+ is already a huge success. It is clear from the fact that over 10 million users have already joined Google+. Users are so crazy about this new social network that they are requesting for invitations on every single blog.
Not only the users but developers are also concentrating more on developing new applications dedicated to Google plus these days. Although Google+ has some cool new features it is still missing some features and one among those missing features is the advanced search option.
We all have been talking a lot about Google’s new social networking site Google+ from last few days. During last few days of my use, I realized that some of its features are totally new and unique like Circles whereas other features are inspired from Facebook.
When I accessed my Google+ account for the first time, its stream gave me a feeling of Facebook wall but as I explored it more and more I found few other features which are either same as Facebook or are advanced versions of Facebook.