Over the past few weeks I have been using Google Currents to read the latest news. Available for Android and iOS, Google Currents delivers beautiful magazine-like editions to your tablet and smartphone for high speed and offline reading. If you’re running your very own blog which publishes an RSS feed, then adding your blog to Google Currents is extremely simple.
A Youtube `channel’ is a fancy way of saying Youtube `profile page’. Whenever you sign up with Youtube you get your own `channel page’ that gives details such as your public videos, favorites, comments, subscribers, video log, bulletin status, and recent activity. Users can also see stats about you, like how long you’ve been a YouTube member, how old you are, and how many videos you’ve watched.
Using FeedBlitz or any third party service requires your visitors to move away from your site when they are subscribing or using that service. Google’s Custom Search Engine as well as Adsense for Search ensured that visitors stayed on your site by embedding custom forms on pages of your site. Now, FeedBlitz has introduced Embedded Subscription Forms.
Regular readers must have noticed a few changes since yesterday. For one I’ve been working on a new look, moving away from the dull grey to a color scheme. I’ve chosen for an orange, black and white scheme which shall be prevalent all over.