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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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Via.me the Social Publishing application available on iPhone now launched on Android

By | September 9th, 2012|Categories: Social Media|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Via.Me, the First App to Offer Photo, Video, Audio Filtering and Sharing to Multiple Social Networks, Is Now Available on Android Via.me is a social media publishing platform created by RadiumOne Labs that has been available on iTunes for Apple iPhone users for over 5 months which has proved very popular by its 1 millions users. And now on September the 4th RadiumOne introduced Via.me for Android on Google play. Even though I'd heard about Via.me I'd not actually downloaded it yet as I already use the very popular instagram and tumblr, and thought Via.me was just a copy of instagram - I had seen someone call the app instagram on steroids and heard people say not another Social Network.  Via.me themselves say that you can use it create your own story board, by creating a personal story or the story of your brand - so there I thought similar to Pinterest.  However after hearing that the application was now launched on Android, I realised it was getting very popular and I thought it was time to try it out.  And I'm so glad I [...]

Pinterest is for women? You could try Gentlemint!

By | February 13th, 2012|Categories: Social Media|Tags: , , , , , |

A month ago now, I wrote about Pinterest asking if you have you signed up for Pinterest yet? -  it seems to me that now the world and his wife has signed up!  People love it! Today, the Mail Online, suggested that Pinterest which is one of the fastest growing sites with 12 Million unique visitors (just in the US) could have over 97% female users.  Which I don't believe, I'd say out of my 300 followers many more than half are male. In fact when I open up my first page of followers you can see here yourself that they are almost ALL men. Pinterest is for girls?  As I looked through the rest of my followers this was pretty much the case all the way through. I know I do have many male followers probably due to the nature of my interests but this must show that the 97% figure is wrong. Besides which, you will only see the pictures of those that you are following unless you go into explore and then you can search for things like DIY or [...]

Social networking at its best with Favo.rs

By | December 19th, 2011|Categories: Social Media|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Favo.rs is a social networking platform where users can trade help for free.  Favo.rs officially launched about two weeks ago and as far as I can make out is the work of Adam Rodnitzky, George Aspland and Scott Roberts who are all listed as co-founders. I signed up today for favo.rs and I have enjoyed helping a few people out, and finding out all about it, I think it is going to be a great "help" to all. It is simple to sign up - you can just log in with your Facebook, Linkedin or Twitter and link the others and you simply connect to help others and ask for help. Its a fantastic idea, as sometimes we all need a little assistance, getting that blog seen or a tweet heard, and here you feel no shame in asking for help.  Although most of what I have seen is people helping not asking, I had to look around for people that needed help. When you ask a favor, people can answer you, or broadcast it on their various networks or vouch for [...]

Triberr no longer supports automatic tweeting!

By | November 19th, 2011|Categories: Social Media|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

What is Triberr? The basics Triberr was created by  Dino Dogan and Dan Cristo. Groups of bloggers create "tribes" where each of them can share each others posts on Twitter.   This used to be Automatic - you would just join a tribe, and every time you published a new post it would go to Triberr and everyone in your tribe would automatically tweet it to their own followers thus creating a larger audience for your website or blog. You could have your account on a manual setting - I know some people did - I used my account as manual - not because I didn't trust the other members of the tribe - I am in in a very close-nit group of great bloggers who can be trusted to post informative, interesting and positive content, however I would log in to Triberr most days and read the blogs that I was sending out and maybe comment or share them to other networking sites. I did this because... A) I had the time, where as others don't B) I want to know what is going through my [...]

The Google+ Project – Real life sharing. Move over Facebook.

By | June 28th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

We've been waiting for this from Google for a long time, since the speculations (inside information) around SXSW in March came out about Google circles. We thought then it was just going to be Google circles that was to take on Facebook but The Google+ project looks much bigger than we thought circles would ever be. Google plus is invitation only right now (figures), launching with what they are calling a field trial period, so who knows when the rest of us will get it, they say it won't be long.  Even the requests to be informed have overflowed now, with a message on the site that says, We've temporarily exceeded our capacity try again soon. You can leave your email address on the plus Google site here - Keep me posted. The Google+ project includes various segments Circles - Share things with your closest friends with high security features. Hangouts - A place to hang out with your friends as a group - including video chats or sharing videos Sparks - A feed of only the things that you are really into Huddle - [...]

Color, Photo-sharing application – How do I… ?

By | March 27th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , |

There's been so much hype about the social networking image sharing application Color, I'd be surprised if you had not read about it yet. The hypemeter went off the scale similar to the cabbage patch kids hype of many years ago. Color is available for iphone and Android now: Color enables you to share photos or videos in group albums, with people at the same events as you.  You have to be within 150ft of each other, however I believe they might be lengthening this distance. You don't have to add people to your network, this will be automatic due to the fact you are in the same vicinity with strangers (or friends) at the same event as you: sms and text are even available. You could just use it sitting at home, if people near you are also doing the same thing, this seems pointless to me, but I can see the novelty for events or concerts and the like. Many complaints have been already flying around the net regarding this application, maybe they pushed it out too soon; there has already [...]