*I liked the suggested tags that popped up for the Labels and chose almost all of them. They matched what I would have selected manually.
*I also liked the suggested web page links and selected 2 to appear at the end of the blog post, one that related to Obama's birthday, and another that linked to a post Darren Rouse at Problogger wrote last week about being the life of the social media party.
*The registration and profile setup was a bit awkward. Several times, I fill out the menu items, saved them, and then they disappeared!
This happened both when I used the Autosave feature as well as the manual Save.
*The program seems to drain a lot of memory and I had trouble navigating my cursor around the page.
*The image gallery that pops up contextually was a disappointment, as none of the images seemed to be relevant to birthdays, although many for social media popped up.
While I like the idea of the automated links and images, it's not worth sacrificing the performance on my computer. I might try an upgraded version of this program later in the game, but for now it's slowing down my system too much and the features aren't worth it.
Final grade: B- (Sorry Zemanta.)
If any Zemanta reps are out there and want to respond to this post and how I might optimize the program better, please contact me, I'm open to it.
(Note: I want to add a suggested link right here and the program will not recognize my cursor in the Compose mode.)
|Here's how the screen looked when I began typing Wednesday's blog on social media's similarities to birthday parties.|
|You can fill in your social media profiles and Amazon affiliate ID when you register.|
|Further customization includes links to your own blog feed and Flickr account, which you can draw on for relevant links.|