It is increasingly common for people to attend an online college in order to get a degree. You can get degrees ranging from simple certificates to advanced PhDs using credible online colleges today. However, there are pros and cons of online colleges that you consider before making the decision about whether an online school is right for you.
Bit.ly Provides Multiple Links in One Shortened URL
If you are looking to provide many links to your followers on Twitter or other social networking sites, Bit.ly now provides Bit.ly Bundles. Tweeting a number of photos or YouTube videos to your friends and acquaintances is now simple with the Bit.ly shortener service. Just add more than one link to the standard interface at Bit.ly, click on Shorten, and then click on Bundle and the shortened URL will be a Bundle of URLs.
Having a business is a terrific thing. However, just having a business isn’t enough for most small business owners. They want to grow the business over time. Luckily, there are a lot of different online tools that can help you to grow your business.
HubPages Reaches One Million Hubs and Counting
The popular blogging website HubPages, were writers create individual pages on content on a specific topic, has reached a milestone of one million Hubs. Unlike other similar sites that have closed or restricted the kind of content that can be published, HubPages allows practically any topic to be used as a Hub. Other new features of the site include forums and Q&A. A popular aspect of the site for writers, is the ability to monetize their pages with Google AdSense, eBay auctions, Amazon Products and many other forms. The revenue earned (60% of the total) is not kept within HugPages but recorded directly with the vendor.
FaceMash.com For Sale on Flippa
If you have seen the Facebook movie ‘The Social Network’ then you know that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s first version of a social site was FaceMash.com. The site built overnight when his girlfriend left him, featured two side by side photos of Harvard undergrads that you could vote on. You were voting which one was better looking. It took off and crashed the Harvard network within one night of release.
Twitter Retires the Early Bird Advertisement Product
Today at the IAB Mixx conference, Twitter COO Dick Costolo announced that the Twitter Early Bird program would be retired. The advertising program allowed advertisers to make product announcements directly to Twitter users through one centralized account, @EarlyBird. Virgin American and Disney were companies that took advantage of the program but most offers were only for the American market which Twitter felt was alienating to international users.
Internet Awaiting Twitter Announcement
Rumors are stirring that one of the advancements that Twitter plans to unveil this afternoon with be inline photos and video. This will be a nice addition that will make video and photo Twitter third party applications unneeded in the future. The feature was made available by mistake back in July to a limited number of users. And some code present on the site today provides for a picture icon when a picture is attached to a tweet. A similar feature is well represented by the options offered by Brizzly.
Ask America Launches on Yahoo! News
Yahoo! News has a new section on their website, “Ask America,” a politic forum and polling site. This site asks the public about political issues that will affect the November midterm elections. These issues vary between immigration, clean energy, outsourcing, the environment and recent disasters, the health bill, the economy, and our national security. It asks users their opinion, and allows them to interact and discuss with other users.
Bloglines is Scheduled to Shut Down
Just in time and much to the excitement of most, Bloglines is scheduled to shut down. The tumultuous history of the RSS feed, which is owned and operated by IAC, a property of Ask.com is issuing a statement today regarding more in-depth information behind the decision to shut it down. The official shut down arrangement of Bloglines is set to occur as of October 1, 2010.
Twenty Super Sites For Going Green
Everyone is learning more ways of making more responsible decisions to keep a better balance for our precious Mother Earth. Whether you are looking to purchase a vehicle that runs on alternate fuel, wanting to save resources where you can by making your own clothes, gifts, crafts or home decor, you will find a multitude of suggestions on these blogs. Preserving our world's valuable resources is an intelligent way to reserve them for our posterity. You'll obtain suggestions from crocheting to planting a garden to finding more economical and responsible activities for your children on this broad spectrum of sites. Keep your personal goal to implement ways to make your lifestyle and lessen your impact on the earth.