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July 2011

8 Things To Do To Get Traffic After You Launch Your New Blog

Hey! Launched your new blog? Then a warm welcome to our massive blogging world in which you have just born.Blogs are like people in this world,some get famous,some are boring,some do extra ordinary jobs and some just quit.What do you want your blog to be?Let's get started ! Your blog is live now! What to [...]

How to use Facebook Group Chat Feature

2 days back Facebook announced Video chat and group chat and video chat was rolled out instantly for everyone but group chat was rolled out in break. Anyways, today Facebook group chat is active on my Facebook account and here is quick tutorial on how to get started with Facebook group chat. Facebook group chat [...]

Simplest Guide To Learn Facebook Video Chat Setup

We just made sure all the readers of ShoutMeLoud and everybody else stumbles upon this website is made sure of the new Facebook Video Chat feature. Yeah, the ability to make calls and video chat with a friend right from your Facebook profile. In case you're confused on how to get the Facebook video chat [...]

Facebook Announces Video Chat and More

It's happened, ladies and gentlemen and geeks!! Few days ago we told you that Facebook is going to launch video chat using Skype's services and as I write this it's already gone live. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg just announced the next big thing on Facebook, the Video Chat feature at an event in Palo Alto. This [...]

How to Add Google Profile Button into your Blog

Google+ is still creating a buzz after one week of release and as a webmaster we are finding how useful it's going to be for traffic and for SEO. Though we know that Google +1 Like will be very useful if you have a big social circle. So, it's quite important to have a great [...]

How to Prepare for a Blog Emergency?

We've all heard about what's happened and is still going on over in Japan. It's got to be a nightmare for the people and the families of those who live there. I'm not going to point any fingers and say they should have been better prepared, because in any disaster, you really can't prepare 100% [...]