Yahoo! MyBlogLog has included a couple of updates since the last time I took a close look at the service.
For one, sorting through “followers” and considering reciprocal “friend adding” is easier because you can filter through the list of friends in a pretty speedy fashion (especially if you have a hundred or more pending followers).
A number of weeks ago, MyBlogLog community manager Miss Tilly mentioned the introducing of a Connector widget.
It looks like an aggregator for your social networking services.
And supports 7 services now, making it look like a scaled-down version of FriendFeed (which supports 41 services at last count).
I guess if you’re a Yahoo! stalwart you’d be using the MyBlogLog Connector (and hoping that new services will be added in a speedy fashion).
If you’re a bleeding edge tech adopter, you’d probably have got your FriendFeed account a long time ago and are tweaking your settings and services.
One grouse I have about social traffic is the lack of useful and intelligent filtering services, which will help improve your social experience. Going through the content on social networks now feels like sorting through a 1,000 email inbox trying to find that one useful email.
Effective social marketing is going to incorporate content and social relevance to grow beyond its kooky appeal to go mainstream.!