Take a Tour — Apollo Look at how Apollo works and why it will be a tremendous help for you, your business, clients, coworkers, partners, etc... Apollo isn't just yet another web site. Apollo is a full project management and contact tracking application. It looks and feels like the sort of application you'd see on your desktop computer; and yet, it runs – fast – within your browser. Here are a few screenshots to show you how Apollo works, and what you can do with it. Keep everything under control Determine Your Facebook Page’s Value [APPS] Social media management company Vitrue has released a free tool today, the Social Page Evaluator, designed to help marketers get a better understanding of a Facebook Page's value. Just submit a Facebook Page URL and the app will come up with a valuation based on factors like number of fans, number of posts per day, number of interactions and so forth. It's a cool — if not completely scientific — way to gauge the potential value of your Facebook Page to advertisers. The formula used by the Social Page Evaluator is related to the formula that Vitrue released last month to estimate the relative value of Facebook Fans to big brands.The tool, which was built over 63 hours in a Startup Weekend-style project, is adjustable and interactive.
ToDoList Resources © AbstractSpoon Software ToDoList is licensed under an Eclipse Public License 1.0 ToDoList is a rare form of task management tool, one that allows you to repeatedly sub-divide your tasks into more manageable pieces whilst still presenting a clean and intuitive user experience. ToDoList has been in continuous development for the last 10 years and is an ongoing project. Your tasklists are stored in XML which provides many opportunities for advanced formatting and printing using stylesheets. ToDoList's flexible design makes it ideal for both IT related projects as well as more general GTD uses. We welcome feature requests and respond promptly to all reports of bugs or unexpected behaviour.
The Three Types Of Searches Bill from SEO By The Sea published a good article entitled "Writing Content for Small Businesses Online", in which he talks about search taxonomies. For those new to the topic, I thought I’d go over it, and show it applies to SEO strategy. I’m basing this article on the study "A Taxonomy Of Web Search"(PDF), by Andrei Broder. Who Owns Your Analytics Data? You, Your Visitors or Google? Google announced an interesting new opt-out feature for Google Analytics today. From their blog: Over the past year, we have been exploring ways to offer users more choice on how their data is collected by Google Analytics.
What Social Media Users Want [STATS] Twitterers mostly consume news, MySpace users want games and entertainment, Facebookers are into both news and community and Digg's audience has a mixed bag of interests. This is all according to online advertising network Chitika, who set out to analyze the interests of MySpace, Facebook, Twitter and Digg users by comparing the genres of sites that receive traffic from these social networks. 287,090 impressions were used in the report, and based on this research, each social site has a distinct makeup of users with unique tastes. The graphic below breaks it down.