Correct subject lines (was Re: [videoblogging] Turnhere free videos)
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On Sun, Jan 31, 2010 at 7:55 PM, Tom Dolan <tomjdolan@...> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Been looking @ some video blog sites and comparing to the one I'm
> building. I've imported two short videos I made, from YouTube just to
> chk compatibility, etc. They appear in a list format on the Home page/
> Blog and I can add commentary if I choose.... so far so good. But now,
> I've been looking at other vid-blogs and some have a Player with
> selections in a list connected to the player either under the Player
> or to the side of the Player. Do you think that's a better format than
> the more traditional 'blog' style where each is listed in its own
> space? I know, content is important, nevertheless, I'd like to give
> the visitor a format that is user friendly but surprise them with the
> content. Opinions pleze.
> BTW, Richard Harrington likes lijit. So I checked it out. Thought OK,
> so I installed & configured it as small, non-intrusive, no ads. Kinda
> neat, but the search on my site either had ads, or worse, if the
> subject was not found on my site it offered off-site
> locations...excuuuuse me! I deactivated the plugin, wrote lijit
> support with ??'s and awaiting response.
> I don't want ads at least for awhile. So back to WordPress Search for
> now and I'm ok with it. Any experience w/lijit or opinions?
> Inspirational Vid-blogs I should check-out?
> Tom Dolan
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