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Social Widgets Services

mybloglogicon MyBlogLog – a Yahoo! service that allows you to discover and connect with who’s checking out your blog, share online activity, photos, blog posts, videos, tweets, and more on a single page, updated automatically.


addthisicon Add This – Allow easy access for your readers to share your content, and that generates more traffic back to your site! Add This has over 50 social networks and bookmark destinations and can analyze reports on how people are sharing your content.


friendfeedicon friendfeed – Share all friendfeed activities with your viewers. Widget html can be modified to fit your style of blog.



googlefriendicon Google friend connect – Display Google friends on your website. Allows users to join a site, see the other members, play games, rate and review your site, promote events, recommend pages they like, leave footprints, and more.


deliciousicon Delicious Linkrolls – Share your Delicious bookmarks on your blog. Linkrolls are a way for you to have your latest Delicious bookmarks displayed as part of your website. Widget html can be modified to fit your style of blog.


twittericon Twitter – Allows you to display tweets from your twitter page directly on your blog. Twitter services allows you to display anywhere from your last tweet to your last twenty tweets and also features a display of your twitter link for people to follow you with one click.


socialfeedicon SocialFeed – Want to display all activities from all of your social media website on your blog? This widget allows users to display latest updates, photos, videos, and tweets! You can also customize the SocialFeed to display content from your favorite users and modify the html to fit your style of blog.


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