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  1. Hi Andreas,

    I’m a staff member at Nipponster.com – The Japan-Enthusiast’s Search
    Engine and I’m contacting you because we’re interested in helping
    Japan-related websites like yours (as part of our mission to organize

    and enhance ALL the Japan-related content available online – thereby
    making the web a better place for Japan-enthusiasts :)

    We’d like to work with you to help promote and enhance your site. So
    please email us and talk to us about it, we are people, specifically trying to contact you, and we will get back to you if you
    email us.

    That said,

    We have tools and are developing tools to help bloggers like you. All

    are free of charge. We know that it is the bloggers, writing about
    their experiences and all things Japanese, that really are the most
    helpful to others who want to know about Japan. So we asked ourselves,
    “What do bloggers need more than anything else to enhance their
    blogs?” And we came up with two answers: Content and Connections.

    Our search engine is already a good place to look for content. If you
    haven’t tried it yet take it for a spin. It gives Japan-related
    results! And it learns from the search community so that it can give
    better and better results. It is a “social search engine” so as users
    increase it will give you better and better search results.

    But we are going to do even more for Japan bloggers. We are currently
    building a social bookmarking website, a “Goldmine” of content related
    to Japan that will make it a lot easier for you to find good info for
    your blog (modeled after digg.com).

    AND, we are working on a social-network website (Nipponster Insiders)
    that will help you connect, communicate and collaborate with other
    Japan bloggers and webmasters (a LinkedIn for Japan bloggers); so that
    you can keep up-to-date and hip, and make better websites with less
    effort.

    Here is what we need from you… interest!
    We’ve released the Nipponster search engine, BUT we are still working
    on “Insiders” and “Goldmine.” We need feedback and moral support. We
    are tired webmasters here. There are just three of us and if we don’t
    get some love (and fan mail please :) we are gonna burn out.

    So please please let us know what you think, and feel free to talk to

    us about it and any other ideas you may have.
    Looking forward to hearing from you soon,
    Tori

    p.s. Nipponster.com is run by a group of current and former foreign

    exchange and international students from Sophia University in Tokyo,
    Japan. You can learn more about our project if you snoop around the
    site (or ask us).

    Comment by tori — Tuesday, March 13, 2007 @ 2:30 am


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