Best Gadgets for blog
Gadgets are a handy, easy and simple way to add some flare to your blog; they’re also mini tools that offer cool and dynamic content that can be placed on any page on the web. Whether youd like to display the number of currently online visitors to your site or just place a share button, you can do it with widgets. There are some very cool gadgets out there, and here are some of my top picks in random order.
1. Google Translate My Page – Gives you a quick dropdown menu to allow non-english readers to select their native language and translate the page using Google translation services. You can also get more gadgets with language flags. This is a good way to make your blog multilingual and get read by a wide international audience.
2. Google talk Everyone has a google account mostly via gmail and if your visitors are logged in, this gadgets lets them see your contacts online right now and send them instant messages. You can publicize your gtalk id and chat with your readers.
3. Google Calendar If you mark your blogging events on a Google calendar and share your public calendar, then why not add it to your blog and publicize the events you track. Grab this official widget and never miss a event.
this widget can easily be called a hit amongst blog owners; its
popularity even managed to convince Yahoo into buying MyBlogLog. The
widget lets you see the avatars of recent visitors to your blog,
provided theyre also members of MyBlogLog.
life is so interesting that everyone must know what youre up to all the
time, then a Twitter badge is the ideal counterpart to your blog. Itll
proudly displays your recent tweets.
real time traffic data directly in your blogs sidebar.
show off the number of visitors to your blog with this handy little button.
another good way to show how big your blog is is to show off your Google PageRank.
in addition to showing your PageRank, this widget also shows your Alexa ranking.
display your Skype online/offline status on your blog.
PollDaddy lets you create beautiful polls in no time, and display them at your blog.
display definitions from Answers.com for various terms on your blog. The
definitions are shown in bubbles which are activated on doubleclick.
a widget that displays auctioned s on eBay, and gives you a percentage of the price paid when sometimes buys an .
similar to AuctionAds,
only for Amazon. Create a mini-store on your site and receive profit
when someone buys an through your store.
create a charity badge and ask for donations for a worthy cause.
display a searchable Google Map on your website.
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