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Guy Kawasaki's AllTop selects Avastu Blog on Cloud Computing!

Avastu as in my blog ;-)

So here's returning the favor and letting ye all know that we're gonna kick ass together and ride together into the next decade, a new era , (much professed by me only as of yet, aren't investors listening???) the Ideation-Age.

Alltop, all the top stories

Guy's email:

We recently added your site to Alltop (http://cloudcomputing.alltop.com/). Alltop is an "online magazine rack" that aggregates RSS feeds about popular topics.

If Alltop is slow or down, please keep trying because we often get hammered by traffic. We'd appreciate your help in getting critical mass for Alltop.

1) Mention us on your site. I hope that you will share Alltop with your readers by writing about your site's inclusion—even the shortest blog post or news item will help.

2) Display our badge. Hundreds of our member sites display our badges, and we'd be honored if you did so too. In fact, we serve approximately 250,000 badges per day. They are available at http://badges.alltop.com/.

3) Add an Alltop widget to your site. Our widget displays the top five stories of the day for any chosen topic. This is a way to easily add comment to your sidebar. You can get the widget code here: http://alltop.com/widget/

3) Tweet our updates. if you're a Twitter user, retweeting our Alltop announcements is a tremendous help. Whenever we announce something, you can automatically tweet our posting by going here: https://twitterfeed.com/alltop

If your readers think there are too many feeds, they can click on the "x" to hide some. We're always open to adding more high-quality feeds too. Please let me know your thoughts.

Thanks,

Guy Kawasaki

Ps, if your feed ever disappears from Alltop, please validate that it's still working here: http://validator.w3.org/feed/. We seldom remove feeds.

Thanks,

Guy Kawasaki

Nononina, Inc.

360 Bryant Street, Suite 100

Palo Alto, CA 94301

http://alltop.com/

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