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Choosing Twitter as your media of promotion is nothing new these days, and believe me it sure does the job efficiently. But there are times when someone mention something in your timeline which could be vague enough, that it lure suspicions, and the only way to tell the truth is by clicking the bit.ly link that mentioned in the tweet.
Now I don’t have to tell you about the risk that can be exposed through a single click, but here I’m going to share you one FireFox Add-ons that will help you to “peek” the content of the shortened link in those tweets.
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With the bit.ly Preview Plugin for Firefox, whenever you hover over a bit.ly URL on any web page (not only Twitter, as a matter of fact), you will have a tooltip showing the Page Title, Long URL, and any Click Data available regarding the page that the URL links to.
When I was talking about Facebook Emoticon for WordPress, lots of question came in and asked something like this:
How to add this to my Facebook?
Well, I have to repeatedly explain that the plugins are meant to be used on a WordPress-based blogs. You don’t have to add that to your Facebook, because it was Facebook’s emoticon in the first place anyway.
But since there is a high-demand upon customized emoticon for Facebook, I’m going to tell you how to make one for yourself by using free stuff such as Facemood. This is fun, believe me.