Tip & How-To about Facebook Social Network

How to create a Retaggr account and how best to use it.

If like me you wan to keep track of all your websites and communicate fully across the internet then this website is definitely for you.



You can also add either e-mail your business card just copy and past the HTML code underneath your card to add it to your blogs and websites



OR if you prefer alternatively you can add link to your retaggr profile page and start linking up with your friends and a colleagues then interact of link on the right-hand side drop down menu, to test this click on my profile and try to interact through my facebook account

http://www.retaggr.com/Page/SpideRaY



Another great function is to use either the Tweet OR Ping to Social Website for this you will need to register for both accounts

SpideRaY








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