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This Is A Custom Widget

This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

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How to – Google+ Communities

By | December 8th, 2012|Categories: Social Media|Tags: , , , , |

This week Google+ introduced Communities - which are much like Facebook Groups, a place where you can gather together with like-minded people and chat about chosen topics. The Google Official Blog tells us that the options are as follows. Public or private membership to support all kinds of groups—from topics and interests to local neighborhoods to regular poker nights Discussion categories to find the conversations you care about most The option to start hangouts and plan events with community members The ability to share with your community from any +1 button across the web Anyone can create a community on anything they like, and invite people to join. How to start a Google+ community This is quite simple to create as we saw yesterday with so many invites for communities coming through it was overwhelming, but if you need help follow these instructions. Go to the communities icon on the left Click the red button on the top right (create a community) Make it public or private - and name the community. Click create a community Now its created you have a number [...]

Do you have Kred? +Kred arrives

By | February 3rd, 2012|Categories: Social Media|Tags: , , , , |

Kred was created by Peoplebrowsr -  it measures online influence via social networks, similar to PeerIndex and a little like Klout but now maybe more accurate, less said about that the better. Kred celebrates personal importance and generosity by shifting the attention from celebrities to the true heart of social media: trusted friends and subject matter experts. It calculates the influence of the real stars in your life: from locals, like a trusted bartender or bike repair guy, to experts in your niche interests, like an oceanographer studying the floor of the Indian Ocean How does Kred work? Kred looks at 1000 days of data -  your tweets and your history including keywords, topics, hashtags and personal connections. It then shows you your online history so that you can understand the score - unlike Klout, who knows how that is scored now.   Your influence score is out of 1000 - this is increased with RT's @'s or follows. Influence is measured by the ability to persuade others to take action And your outreach is out of 10 - This is increased when [...]

Google+ add verification badges to Celeb profiles

By | August 21st, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Google plus has finally added the ability to verify your account if you are a public figure or a celebrity - in the same way that Twitter does, so that you know if you following/circling/talking the "real thing". All you need to do to confirm the verification is roll your mouse over the tick beside the name and you will see that is is verified like I have on Dolly Parton's account above. Its happened many times on Twitter, where someone has thought they are following a celebrity, word gets out and suddenly everyone is following this fake person. Sometimes it takes a while on Twitter for celebrities to get verified I don't know if that is them not applying for it or Twitter taking a long time.  Hopefully Google won't take too long in "rolling" verification's out. Wen-Ai Yu from Google shared this information last night on her G+ account they are calling them verification badges Google are only allowing this on public figures, celebrities and people who are in a large number of circles at present, but they are working on expanding this to more [...]