This is a guest post courtesy of maxyRO In America, we’re in the midst of the elections. It’s a time where the political landscape is changing and everyone is trying to grab a slice of the pie. We, as social media users, have paid a
Here is an email that I (and a lot of other people) received from BlogRush John Reese: After careful consideration, we have decided to shutdown the BlogRush service. If you have the widget code on your blog you will need to remove it. When BlogRush
(This story has been updated with a newer idea here: A Plan for Social Media Sites (and users) to Give Back) Digg, StumbleUpon, Reddit, Slashdot, Newsvine, NowPublic, Yahoo! Buzz. Between these seven sites, traffic to a particular website can easily exceed 100,000, potentially much higher.
With so many open source variations of social media sites, there are new ones launched every day. Most cater to a very small niche and rarely make it to 100 registered users. Tip’d is the exception. After its official launch last week, it has already
A year ago, our sister website Social News Watch launched. It was brought into this virtual world with the love and care associated with passion. Its topic: social media. Its authors: social media users. Its goal: talk about social media. The initial success was amazing.
Over at Social News Watch, we’re trying to compile a complete list of social media sites. There are so many out there — tons of brand new ones and a ton of old ones that might have been forgotten. Whether for marketing or simple enjoyment,
Hello friends! I want to compile a list of social media websites. All of them. We all know the basics – Digg, Mixx, Reddit, Propeller, etc. – but what about the others? There are probably three hundred trillion of them, give or take, and I
Regardless of where a business stands, chances are that if the Internet has anything to do with its success, there is a place for social media marketing in the business plan. New companies, old companies, big companies, small companies — they could all use social
With the recent happenings at Digg and the apparent rise of Mixx, it would seem that the balance of power in social media is shifting. The question is: why do Mixx front page stories still not drive any traffic? With huge gains in all of
The automotive industry has always been notorious for being a year or two behind the rest of the world when it comes to the internet. When other industries such as real estate and e-commerce were starting to get onto the Internet, car dealerships held out