Thursday, May 22, 2008

Blogs and Social Networks Utterz News

"We are excited to announce the Utterz Ambassador Program.

Here's the skinny: The Utterz team will be hand selecting a small group of Utterz users to help shape the future of Utterz for the entire community. If you're selected to be an Ambassador, you'll get to peek behind the Utterz curtain to learn what we're working on now, as well helping us design and refine our upcoming feature releases. And of course, you'll get "more cowbell"."

Holy Cow! Utterz is getting ready for some ground breaking status symbols! The utterz Ambassador Program! If you are into Utterz, let them know right away by visiting their blog below that you would like to be considered for the Ambassador Program at Utterz!

Stevie Haile aka Blogheiress Google me

Monday, May 12, 2008

Utterz Blogs and Social Networks

Blogs and Social Networks and Marketing Utterz

What a cool site this one is guys! Utterz is an awesome social networks system that allows you to post from your cell phone, so the ease of use is in the bag! Post photos, text, Video, Audio, theres Widgets for your blogs, and step by step instructions! No Worries!

Being Able To Connect to Pownce, Blogspot, Wordpress, Typepad, Flickr, Youtube, Twitxr, MetaWeblog, Twitter, Live Journal, and much more!

One of the neatest features is with each post you can have an audio, text, video, and photo in the same Utterz! All the massive ways of communication rolled into one neatly configured post!

Check out Utterz today!

Saturday, May 10, 2008

Blogs and Social Networks Data Portability MySpace and Facebook

Holy Cow! Both Facebook and MySpace have released awesome information on Friday! It is concerning the data portability of the Social network Revolution! Social Networks are going to be your online profile in a big way! Add Blogs to the mix and you will be set for online entrances and searchability.

Stevie Haile aka BlogHeiress Google Me :)

"One Facebook insider, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said to CNET that the project had been in the works for quite some time, and said the announcement wasn't issued as a response to MySpace's "Data Availability" project. "We actually think what they are up to is pretty cool."

Representatives from MySpace were not immediately available for comment.

MySpace has partnered with the likes of eBay and Yahoo for Data Availability, which means that many of the Web's biggest names are now warming up to the idea of social-network identity portability. It's likely to be popular with users eager to quell the onset of "social fatigue" from too many logins and profiles, but privacy and security advocates may raise a red flag--as might advertisers, to whom Facebook's walled-in user base was ideal for targeted marketing. Spreading that data across the Web could complicate matters on that front." READ MORE:

Thursday, May 8, 2008

New York Times Blogs and Social Networks

Today there was an outstanding article concerning Blogs and Social networks and I had to share! The New York Times wrote abote MySpace Embracing Data Portability!

Here is a bit, for more click the link :)

"MySpace said that it has signed agreements with Yahoo, eBay, Photobucket and Twitter to participate in the project. Over the next several weeks, MySpace users will be able to add their MySpace data to those sites with the click of a button, noted Chris DeWolfe, CEO and cofounder of MySpace."

Stevie Haile aka BlogHeiress, Stephanie Haile aka Wavecritter