A touch of class

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Syndicate Yourself

first_img Problem Solvers with Jason Feifer Have a blog? It has an RSS feed. Sell on eBay? That has RSS as well. Have a Yelp listing, a YouTube channel or a Twitter account? They’ve got one, too. Now don’t leave them languishing–start syndicating your feeds to build traffic, reach your target market and keep your web presence up to date. Where can you start?Build a master feed of all your online activity. Head to FriendFeed.com and input your various social sites, blogs and other feeds to create a “lifestream” that can link people to all your content–and let them comment on it, too.Create different widgets to put on your sites and profiles. Go to Widgetbox.com and enter your feed URL. Then add a custom header, play around with the appearance settings and publish it on MySpace, Facebook or anywhere else you can paste some HTML.Turn your blog into an e-newsletter. Sign up for FeedBurner and activate e-mail subscriptions, or set up a FeedBlitz.com newsletter so your audience can get daily updates from you in their inbox.Get eyeballs on Amazon. If you’re a published author, you can syndicate your feed on your AmazonConnect profile. If you don’t have a book, apply to get your blog on Amazon Kindle’s subscription list–you’ll get a 30 percent cut from each subscriber’s fee.Don’t forget to look for other places you can drop your feed (like news services and social site profiles) to send links back to your site and build a dynamic online identity. 2 min read Hear from business owners and CEOs who went through a crippling business problem and came out the other side bigger and stronger.center_img May 18, 2009 Listen Nowlast_img read more

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Transat passengers rerouted from Santa Clara to Jardines del Rey

first_imgTransat passengers re-routed from Santa Clara to Jardines del Rey Share MONTREAL — Air Transat is re-routing Santa Clara, Cuba flights scheduled for May 2 to Jardines del Rey airport in Cayo Coco due to the closure of Santa Clara’s airport following a storm. Air Transat says it will organize the transfer of passengers to their final destination.Passengers travelling from Montreal to Cayo Santa Maria on flight TS714 scheduled for May 2 will now depart Montreal on May 2, at 9:35 a.m. Flight TS715, scheduled to depart Santa Clara airport, will now depart from Jardines del Rey airport in Cayo Coco at 2:30 p.m. Hotel operations are functioning normally. Transat says updates on flight operations for the coming days will be made available on Transat’s website. Posted by Travelweek Group center_img Tuesday, April 30, 2019 Tags: Transat << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

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