TweetClaims: Get Notified When Twitter Username is Available

TweetClaims: Get Notified When Twitter Username is Available

First rule of social media branding is capture your domain name as username in all social networking profile. Most important of them is Facebook and Twitter. On Facebook you can easily claim your page username but on Twitter if your desired username is already being using by someone, there is no way to claim it. More over if someone delete his username, it’s not available instantly. Tweetclaims is an online service which will help you to get notified when your desired Twitter username is available. I put a request for @chromoz Twitter username (2 comments)

Official Twitter Share Count Buttons Released

Official Twitter Share Count Buttons Released

Yesterday we informed you about Twitter launching share count button and finally today Twitter launched share count button. At one point we thought that this official share button will be big loss for Tweetmeme buttons but as posted on official Tweetmeme blog, they are partnered with Twitter to assist them in technical how to. This is what official tweetmeme blog says: Firstly we will be assisting Twitter with the technical challenges involved with the button and secondly we will be working even more closely in the future on delivering real-time (10 comments)

5 Effective Ways to Connect to Professional Bloggers

5 Effective Ways to Connect to Professional Bloggers

Every blogger starts career alone but sooner or later he want to start his own network of blogs or want to connect with successful and pro-bloggers, with whom he can achieve the goals. It is always better to connect with other bloggers whom you think are ideal for you and who can give you a new twist to your blogging career. You should never think that a blogger is successful only if he is earning good income, he should be a nice person to work with. Connecting with such a successful blogger might be a problem for newbie, but there are few tips to (13 comments)

Seven Annoying Social Networking Habits You Might Be Making

Seven Annoying Social Networking Habits You Might Be Making

Social Networks have been a boon to us. They allow us to stay in touch with friends staying far and wide. However, we also walk into some irritating people who make us wonder how jobless they are. This article is about some annoying habits I have observed while browsing Twitter and Facebook. Infinite number of Friends On an average users have some 200 friends. Those who are into the social media, say blogging, might have 700 friends. But 2000 friends? Guys, there ought to be a difference between a fan list and your friend list. Unless you are Brad (10 comments)