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The new Google Buzz service a combination of Facebook and Twitter service is out last week. Increase of traffic for KING.NET Online Buzz, aside of using KING.NET we are also using the OnlineBuzz.COM domain for our online portal. This is a great opportunity to bring more exposure of KING.NET Online Buzz web portal.

The Google Buzz is go beyond status message, where you can share updates, photos, videos, and more. Start conversations about the things you find interesting.

Here are some of the Buzz features:
  • Automatically follow the people you email and chat.
  • Publish your ideas to the world or just to your closest friends.
  • Comments get sent right to your inbox so it's easy to keep the conversation going. This is one of the advantage of using Gmail service.
  • See thumbnails with each post, and browse full-screen photos from popular sites.
  • Connect to other known social networking or social media tools e.g. facebook, twitter, etc.
  • New posts and comments pop in as they happen. No refresh required.
  • Buzz recommends interesting posts and weeds out ones you're like to skip.

For more details, visit or watch the video below.


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