Tag Archives: friend

GFC Blogger Comments Gadget

One of my subscribers asked “I did not find yet how to enable comments with gfc at Blogger. I have looked for the same option myself. Then I thought back to when I saw the Blogger Followers gadget running Google Friend Connect in Sept. 2008 and when I did not realize that the files we […]

Google Friend Connect WordPress Plugin

Google now offers their OWN Google WordPress Plugin Google has just released their own Google Friend Connect WordPress Plugin. This is not a outside developer plugin, but a direct from GOOGLE WordPress plugin. I will warn you now, this is harder to install than the original GFC gadget that everyone hated on and could not […]

Google Friend Connect Questions?

Ask Chris Lang anything you like about Google Friend Connect and Google Social Networking right here on the GFC Tactics blog UPDATE: Google Friend Connect Is Closing in an announcement from Google on all sites except Blogger, spring, 2012… As I a Google Friend Connect networking authority I get a lot of questions about GFC […]

Social Bar – Cures IE GFC Woes and Widget Envy

Social bar by Google released today seems to cure IE problems, cleans up sidebars and promises a future free of widgets from hell and sidebar traffic jams created by the dreaded widget envy syndrome Anyone that has followed me for long knows I frakin (bsg reference) hate widgets. HATE EM. What a waste of space […]

What Happens When I Send a FriendConnect Friend Request?

Freind Connect friend requests are a little confusing right now. Actually, now I have some more experience with this and you get a friend request in what ever application you are using at the time. If you are in Gmail then you get it there. If you are in Google Reader you get it there. […]

What Happens When I Send a FriendConnect Friend Request?

Freind Connect friend requests are a little confusing right now. Actually, now I have some more experience with this and you get a friend request in what ever application you are using at the time. If you are in Gmail then you get it there. If you are in Google Reader you get it there. […]