An XML sitemap, which is simply a plain text file on your server, will enables Google, Yahoo and other search engines to locate pages on your website that have been recently updated or added.
You know how easy it is to interact with websites through email. For instance, you can upload photos to Flickr, publish blogs on Tumblr, upload files to Google Docs, save notes in Evernote, send videos to YouTube, convert documents .. and so much more with a simple email message.
How to send an email messages anonymously and secretly so that recipient will never know who sent that message and from where.
Zemanta is a useful service that makes it easy for bloggers to find images, tags and blog posts that are possibly related to your own content.
This is interesting – you can get Firefox browser on a CD from the Mozilla Store for around $6 each.
The NYT recently profile Heather Armstrong, who runs Dooce.com, a blog on motherhood.
If you are an existing Tumblr user, go here to try out the new dashboard. There aren’t any new features at the moment but you can expect some in the coming days.
EverNote (iTunes link), one of the most popular productivity apps for iPhone and iPod Touch, has been updated.
Want your friends and family to know about stuff they should get you on your next birthday? Just create a wish list at Amazon, add those products to the wish list and send everyone a link. Simple.
A common perception among website publishers is that Google AdSense program offers very low CPM rates vis-a-vis other advertising networks that hire their own sales team but are open only to a limited set of publishers.
If you ever wanted to know how people are storing or sharing content on the web, this graph says this all. It shows a list of most popular social bookmarking services and tools that are used by netizens to share or save web pages.
Do you know who owns the majority of big brands and companies on the Internet?
flump is a simple application that allows your to download and export all public photos for any Flickr account.
Here's a collection of some useful blog add-ons or extras that can be easily integrated with any website and may help in enhancing your visitors' experience. All these add-ons are completely free and you don't have to be a geek to use them on your site.
FeedBlitz Custom Domains - If someone considers subscribing to the email newsletter of this blog, he is taken to a page like feedblitz.com/f/f.fbz for confirming the mode of subscription - whether he wants to receive updates via email, twitter, Skype, Yahoo Messenger, etc.
FeedBurner is now integrated with Google and that some RSS feeds are served through a Google subdomain (feedproxy.google.com) instead of feeds.feedburner.com.
Not sure why would anyone want to set Facebook as their default home page but there’s a new option to do so on the Facebook homepage.