Post-release feedback from blogosphere

As you’ve probably already noticed, Zemanta had another major release last week with addition of GMail and Y!Mail support as well as new databases and rich objects.

The feedback was phenomenal, with over 600 conversations on Twitter and many blog posts (and also emails testing out new features).

Here are some responses from the depths of Internet:

Zemanta now helps you write e-mails

Hands on: Add photos, links to Gmail, Yahoo with Zemanta

Downloads: Zemanta Helps Write Rich Emails in Gmail and Yahoo Mail

Zemanta rend visible le web sémantique | ReadWriteWeb France

Zemanta For Webmailsafariscreensnapz070

Zemanta Now Makes Your Emails More Interesting – The Next Web

Zemanta for Email – But Why? | CloudAve

Random Flavours: Zemanta

Enhance your emails and blog posts with Zemanta | Read 2 Know

New Comm Biz » WHOA!!! Zemanta now integrates with Gmail and Ymail

Architectural Technologist – Google Mail and Zemanta « The

DigiCMB: Zemanta : free blogging assistant

Zemanta – Adds Content to Your Blog, Automatically « Advocate’s Studio

Why You Should Use Zemanta?

MarshalSandler.com » Zemanta For Webmail

Kenny Kellogg: Zemanta Moves into Gmail

Netwala: Spice up your e-mails with Zemanta!

Zemanta Firefox Plugin, Now Compatible with Gmail

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  • http://read2know.com Read 2 Know

    I’m in luv with it already. Now-a-days I’m sending more emails than before!

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  • trepca

    Kudos to you guys, great execution.

  • http://malcolmbastien.com Malcolm Bastien

    Keep up the good work guys. Not that I’m a bad blogger, but Zemanta makes it a lot easier for me to make my posts look sharp and thoughtful.
    I’m looking forward to the work you’ll do in the future as well.

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  • http://www.howtospoter.com Alex Sysoef

    You guys continue to develop and turn Zemanta into incredibly useful tool for the bloggers – hence the recognition and great feedback.

    People love free and useful, combine the two and you can stamp the name “Zemanta” on it :-)

    Cheers and thanks fro my post mention on your blog!

    Alex Sysoef

  • zemanta

    Thanks for reminding me. I’ve updated the post :)

  • http://aaron.effectiveprofile.com/ Aaron Aiken

    I’d like to add my article: http://techguyandstuff.wordpress.com/2009/02/06/zemanta-firefox-plugin-now-compatible-with-gmail/

    Thanks for a great blogging/email tool!