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A Social Network for Social Media (brilliant!)

Strange. It’s one of those things that pops up and you think, “was there really nothing like this before?” That is what comes to mind when you look at the Social Media Social Network at Social News Central.  It is a simple Ning site, but it has

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How to be a Part-Timer and Still Hit the Front Page

Most people who submit content to social media websites like Digg, Reddit, Mixx, or Propeller do so because they believe what they are submitting is worthy of making it to the front page where it can be viewed by a gazillion people.  It could be something

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Call for Quotes from Social Media Superstars

We are putting together a piece about social media superstars and what motivates them. Looking for opinions.  Please leave your opinions or quotes in the comments of this story. There are those who spend several hours every day on social media websites like Digg, Reddit, Propeller,

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Going Social for Marketing, Business, and Fun

Social Media Marketing isn’t new. 2008 is simply the year that it emerges as THE thing to do if you want your business, charity, or blog to be “in” instead of “out”. With companies that aren’t traditionally forward thinking in their marketing techniques, such as

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Winds of Change in Social Media Promise Improvements

On the internet, change is part of the definition. In social media, changes are happening literally by the minute. 2008 promises to show humungous growth and an incredible amount of change for major and minor social media websites. Certain things will be universal as the

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SEO Spammers: Leave Social Media Sites Alone!

You’ve seen them before.  They create accounts that have either a gibberish name or “SEOSuperstud”.  No avatar, or one that is their company logo.  They might have lots of people befriended.  They may have none. They always submit.  They never vote/Digg/upmod anyone else’s submissions.  Their

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Propeller: Knock knock knockin’ on Reddit’s Door

Compete.com’s and Alexa.com’s numbers are far from gospel, but they do offer an excellent comparative indicator for traffic. Looking at the traffic estimates and trends for Reddit and Propeller, it’s very conceivable that Propeller will overtake Reddit for the #2/#3 (depending on whether you consider

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Social Media: Experts Offer Tips for Success

There are always articles about getting started in or getting better at social media, but this week was flooded with some great ones written by talented, respected authors.  Here, I have compiled some great resources, some “must reads” for anyone wanting a leg up. Social media