Well, trying to get into the spirit of continuing to look for ways to promote my Hubs, to start doing more intensive keyword research, etc., I began thinking about Yahoo! Buzz and wondering why I have never used it as a place for announcing my Hubs. Time to change that!
I looked on the Yahoo! directory and couldn't find it, so I ran a search, wondering whether it had been discontinued. Wikipedia was the article I chose to read, and the information sounded just too good to be true. Buzz was designed as a place that would help to send traffic to specific articles, exactly what I needed!
At the end of the Wikipedia article - or at least at the point where I stopped reading - it said, On April 19, 2011, Yahoo! announced that Buzz would be discontinued as of April 21, 2011.
Of all things - a day late and a dollar short. good grief.
I was wondering what happened to Yahoo Buzz. I liked that service. I used it to promote many online articles other than mine. I preferred it for sports buzz ups mainly.
Yup, I realized Yahoo Buzz was dead when the button no longer appeared on my blogs.
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