Yahoo Meme: Microblogging Service


Not with much show off, a soft announcement of yahoo on micro blogging is ‘Yahoo Meme.
Yahoo Meme is now in English earlier it was launched in Spanish and Portugeese. This service is currently in an Invite only mode. At yahoo Meme users can easily create the account after receiving invitation and in turn will get a blank blog for micro-sharing text, music, pictures, and videos or can include all of them at a single platform. Meme users can search for other users using the Find option on the top of the page and Follow them to receive their Meme updates.

Meme s setting panel has minimal options like Meme title, 100 character Description, avatar/photo and notifications. Along with that, Meme also offers page layout customization with Themes.

The Yahoo Meme is identical to Tunblr, twitter, powence and many others. Now the question is how to register? Registration is quite simple one has to go to the site and follow the steps only which gives a Meme URL based on Username like http://meme.yahoo.com/Username.

The whole registration process is very simple to understand which in returns offers usernames Urls that s just like Twitter and Facebook.

Meme users can have threaded conversations in the Comment option under every meme post. Also, users can repost the Memes of other users quite similar to Tumblr offers Reblog and twitter offer retweet.

Meme service seems very basic and needs improvement simultaneously. It also lacks of several features that other competing services into micro-sharing offer.

Just like Twitter Trends, Meme has a Popular option that shows Memes posted by users recently.

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