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I never really heard of "Buzz" until today when I am logging into my Gmail account and I was welcome to a Buzz login. I like the little colorful logo and it seems it integrates tweet feeds and other "friends" on your gmail account address book. But what do you think?

I also looked it when i was going to login my gmail account. However it seems to be a social media like twitter. Hope it will be so popular as twitter.

Hello All
I also looked it when i was going to login my gmail account.but same as yahoo buzz.just look on it.

Thanks

Hello All
I also looked it when i was going to login my gmail account.but same as yahoo buzz.just look on it.

Thanks

hey...
every one got this buzz......Google also did not say if the recent launch of Google Buzz, which added social networking capabilities to Gmail. any how itzzzzz the time for google buzzzzzzzz.

Seems pretty cool and has some features that Twitter comes up (literally) short on.. but do we really need another social networking tool? Facebook and Twitter work just fine for me... I have to say.. i'm a little apprehensive :-\

Updates can be displayed on the Buzz interface along with a provision for showing updates from Twitter, Flickr, Google Reader and Picasa. It has a privacy issue that needs to be taken care of first. .

this buzz need learn morehow twitter do their business.I have try this seldom and I found this buzz is better with that photo space and link space.it have potential better then twitter since it already attached with Gmail with it millions users

simple way to say , i am fine , rather than sending "reply Email" .. Just a Value Added Service of Gmail :) !!
seems like they are tired of generating new different Idea than twitter

I noticed lately it's much easier to rank overnigth with long tail words.
For those of you who are new to search marketing, it's pretty easy to get the basics of it from a few articles. Here's a decent one:
http://www.seobook.com/3-steps-optimizing-content-long-tail-keywords

I seem to be having good luck using semantic keywords before and after my anchor text. In my previous post I was discussing the merits of placing the terms before or after, so far I haven't found it make a real difference. The key is to have it all work out organically with the article's content!

Thanks!

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