Friday, November 05, 2010

Around The Blogosphere 05 November 2010

TOKYO - like you've never seen it before - through Xiaxue - cam! (This is an awesome post, Wendy!)

George Chen blogs about GM's business move to make the new electric car in China.

INTERNET, LOOK OUT! Digital Primetime Arrives Just in Time to Crush the Net and Is the end of Myspace near? Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. says the losses at the ailing social network are unsustainable.

Meanwhile, the web may be the new place to be for students as online education finds its way into more colleges, many of them public institutions facing tight budgets.

And of course we can always rely on the internet for stuff the likes of a "Snooki Sex Tape"!?!

4 Mistakes that May Be Reducing your AdSense Income Right Now - The internet is filled with advice about optimizing your blog for increasing subscription, social media sharing, number of comments etc.

How are blogs attracting their readers? It's no surprise to see traditional SEO-type tags as one of the three most popular promotional tools, given the perennial power of Google. But coming in second in popularity is promotion via status updates and fan pages on Facebook, which demonstrates the raw power of social networking. Most popular, however, was Twitter.

The Serbian Public Prosecutor, in cooperation with the Serbian Ministry of the Interior, investigated the case of a Facebook group "Death to Women“ ("Smrt ženama"), which was propagating hatred towards women. Sasa Milosevic writes about the war between Serbian men and women that is raging on Facebook.
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