Google released Google Drive, a brand new service with which it plans to overtake cloud hosting and file sharing services like Dropbox, SugarSync and even Microsofts SkyDrive. You can get your Google Drive by visiting this link or opening your Google Docs account. As you may have noticed, Google Docs are no more. Google shutstuff

I spent the day at a conference where, in a panel about social media, the moderator mentioned Pinterest. Pinterest recently celebrated two years of existence and it hit 10 million unique monthly U.S. users faster than any site, ever (source). The moderator was wondering as to why it became so popular. So, I started thinking… why is itstuff

Do you remember the old Facebook layout? Neither do we; Facebook Timeline is enabled on almost every user profile and every Facebook fan page. Yet, users are still complaining about it (as they have with any other Facebook redesign) and refuse to accept it. However, the Timeline is here to stay and the sooner you accept itstuff

Google, one of the largest tech companies today has quite an interesting thing going on with their logo which, I’m sure, you’ve already noticed. Google Doodles, as they’re called, are special Google logos that are a homage to something that happened on that day. The first Google Doodle was featured in August 1998. and itstuff

Podgorica, Montenegro – March 22, 2011 – Social media sites worldwide are finding .ME a perfect partner in promoting their goals of connectivity and individualism… two things every person entering a social media site is truly looking for. According to a 2010 Nielsen report, social media and blog sites account for one in every fourstuff

Remember GetPersonalWith.ME, a cool site which promotes registration of personal .ME names? Well, after the Valentine’s day promotion they are back with a new feature – .ME stories. Their post “If you’ve used a .me domain name to do something cool or interesting, why not share it with the world?”, also reflects this blog’s effortsstuff

Adi News recently posted s great article (see below) about domain personalization and success of .ME startups, predominately About.ME. It also features internet marketing experts talking about branding with .ME domains. Definitely worth checking out! Personalized Domains Personalized domains and domains ending in .ME are becoming very popular. Self promotion is the highest form ofstuff

One of the Internet’s newest and most alluring startups, About.Me, is live on the Web. The site will allow anyone to quickly and simply assemble a personal splash page, all-inclusive of every social network to which they belong. “About-dot-Me is all about you… just like dot-ME itself,” notes Predrag Lesic, Executive Director of the .MEstuff

There has been a great deal written about how to engage with social media to establish a name for yourself online, but a commonly overlooked piece of the puzzle is also one of the simplest: owning your own domain name. How a Domain Fits With Personal Branding? Whether you’re just beginning online or you’re astuff

Major brands such as WordPress (WP.me), Universal Pictures and Facebook (FB.me) are now using ME domains for promotions – how do you think businesses can use the extension to create memorable brands? -With .ME you can create a perfect call to action or verb related site with a name that makes an impact, people rememberstuff

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