Speedlinking By The Beta News

Wed, Sep 5, 2007


Makeusof.com has compiled a list of 40 unusual websites you should bookmark. It features links to a bunch of other mobile services among others to Podlinez, where you can listen to your favourite podcast from any phone by calling a toll-free number or Dailylit that enables you to read book using email or Yapta that helps you get a refund in case your air plane ticket price drops.

Constantly thinking about SEO? Small Business SEM has a top 21 sign you need a break from SEO 2007 edition. My favourite one is: “You setup a new blog for your 9-year-old, taught him what RSS is and how to use Bloglines, and told him to start reading the Problogger feed, because if Stephan Spencer’s kid can make money online, yours can, too, dammit.”

Skelliewag has a list of seven useless web traditions that should be broken. I really like the point in #1. You spend so much time checking the various Web 2.0 accounts, StumbleUpon, Digg, Reddit, Twitter and so forth.

Six content types that really grad Digger’s attention is Search Engine Land’s suggestions on how to get on the Digg front page.

43 Folders explains how to make presentations a little better. I really like Guy Kawasaki’s idea of 10-20-30, 10 slides, 20 minutes and font size 30. If you want to know more about creating the ultimate presentation read my own post about 10 things you can learn from the world’s best presentations.

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    • Excellent info provided in the post .
    • Interesting links.
      Especially I liked unusual websites and the useless traditions.
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