April 5, 2012
Google’s Blogger platform on Thursday released a new feature that allows users to add webcam images directly into their posts.
The process for using the new feature is simple, select “insert image” and then click “from your webcam” and then take a few pictures, Blogger then keeps the last three photos a user chooses at which point the blogger can choose their favorite webcam stills to feature in their post.
While bloggers seem to like the idea based on comments placed on the official Google Blogger post they have also requested streaming capabilities that would allow them to post live webcam broadcasts on their blogs, much like the Google+ Hangouts feature. read more
Tags: blogger, Blogger Features, Blogging, social web, Webcam Captures
November 24, 2008
As more and more of my clients discover the terms social media and social web, they ask me how to use this new Web 2.0 concept of social. They are surprised when I ask them a few questions and find out they are already a part of the social web.
Here are my questions:
- Do you have and use email?
- Do you have a blog or website?
- Do you allow comments on your blog?
- Do you have a forum?
- Are you on MySpace and/or Facebook?
- Do you Twitter or use a similar interactive, microblog program or service?
- Do you bookmark sites through Delicious, StumbleUpon, Digg, or other services?
Then you’re a part of the social web. You’re using social media tools to communicate with others. So you know how to use the social web, right?
As discussed in “Exploring Social Media: Start With the Basics,” the basic social media tools are probably things you are already using. Using the social web means understanding how to use the tools to get your message across. read more
Tags: exploring social media, feedback, guide to social media, listening, listening tools, reputation management, respect, sharing, social media tools, social web