More Blogger Tools & Services

Continued from: 6 Content Tools and Services for Bloggers


Markerly sharing tools

Markerly sharing tools

Markerly is a suite of publisher tools, focused on micro content sharing.  The tools are tied to a bit of code added to sites that creates an in-line sharing widget that appears when a user highlights something to copy.

Markerly handles and targets specific content that people are engaging in on a publisher site, from words to photos to videos.  The service gives a social overlay for realtime sharing that captures data of what people are sharing. The service allows publishers to customize the look and feel of the in-line sharing widget to match the site’s branding. They claim it will increase page views by instantly making  all of your content easier to share. Publishers can track what people are sharing and use this information to better leverage their content.   This can help to surface what people are sharing and better serve them. Basic accounts are free. Markerly.com

Cemerce

Cemerce

Cemmerce converts product mentions in your content into revenue via affiliate links. It takes about five minutes to get started, including time to sign-up and add the plugin.  The plug-in scans your content for product mentions, even in historic content written months ago. The plugin automatically links those products to retailers. Even better,  they provide a price comparison window, showing four  different retailers selling the product. All this makes it more likely to convert a view to a click to a sale. The publisher gets a commission on sales that is split with Cemmerce.  Cemmerce.com

Dot Me

Dot Me

Dot Me is the one domain name extension represented at New Media World.  In a world dominated by DotComs, Dot Me makes a great alternative, especially for blogs, portfolio sites and other personal pages.

They suggest that you're a corporation, get your.com, but if you have a blog or  personal website, then go for the dot me. It's memorable  and catchy. Your preferred domain name is more likely to be available, while most dotcoms are taken – and nobody wants a 25-character domain name. In terms of search engine optimization and registration, it works exactly like a dotcom. Like Dot TV,  it's technically a country code (for the country of Montenegro). However since it was designed for worldwide use from the beginning, Google and Bing treat it like a generic domain (such as .com, .net or .org).  Dot Me also helps support businesses using the extension with blog posts and social media support. Domain.me

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