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Create Your Website's Widget in Minutes

Posted on 11.03.2008

Spreading your content is a must in today's viral Web environment. Widgadget has an easy way to do it by letting you create widgets from your content, then embed that widget in places like iGoogle, Netvibes, Wordpress, Blogger, Facebook and more. It's all very simple. For bloggers, you simply input your URL and then choose colors, sizes and styles of the widget. Upload a custom image and within about three minutes you have code for your widget, which you can then install wherever you please. It's a nice way to spread your content with the social sphere, including promotions, products or breaking news.

There are separate widget options for Users, Bloggers, Businesses and Advertisers. Widgets are also available in Web or Desktop form. If you run an industry blog or information site you could also pull content from other popular sources to add some value to your website - consumers might find that they can get everything they need from your site without needing to surf around.

One of the nice features of a Widgadget widget is statistics tracking. You can find out how many users have downloaded it, and how it is performing. The paid, professional version offers more robust statistics, such as which widgets have been published in social networks, and in what countires it appears.

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