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10 Surefire Tips to Grow Your Niche Social Media Site Bigger than Digg

10 Surefire Tips to Grow Your Niche Social Media Site Bigger than Digg

“OK, there was a little hyperbole in the title. 😉 Still, I’d like to think I can speak with some authority on the topic: the Tip’d community has grown to over 3,000 members in less than three months (and remember,...

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Author: on January 14th, 2009

Category: Development, Startups

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How To Do Almost Anything With Social Media

How To Do Almost Anything With Social Media

During 2008, we’ve tried to bring you the best how-tos for achieving more with social media tools: everything from Google products to blogging to online video to productivity and beyond. Twitter, Facebook, StumbleUpon, Friendfeed, and Delicious all got the How-To...

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Author: on December 31st, 2008

Category: Development

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What are the Benefits of Social Media Marketing?

What are the Benefits of Social Media Marketing?

Looking to make the case for why your organization or clients should be using social media marketing? A survey last month, highlighted today in eMarketer, outlines the benefits that marketing executives cite as reasons to embrace the medium:...

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Author: on December 31st, 2008

Category: Development

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How to Build and Launch a Social News Site in 21 Days

How to Build and Launch a Social News Site in 21 Days

Social media websites have made a huge splash on the Internet as we know it. No longer do editors dictate what is news, and what is important. The power belongs to the masses on social news sites, which is a...

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Author: on December 4th, 2008

Category: Development

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How Retailers Can Benefit From Social Media

How Retailers Can Benefit From Social Media

Shopping is an inherently social activity. Why, for instance, do people go to the mall? To buy things, of course. But also to walk around, meet friends, people-watch and socialize. By contrast, shopping on the Internet has been a lonely...

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Author: on December 2nd, 2008

Category: Development

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Social Media Aggregators: Distraction or Consolidation?

Social Media Aggregators: Distraction or Consolidation?

Working with social media poses a considerable problem. In most cases, social networks were not designed specifically with professional applications in mind. Look at MySpace and Facebook, two of the real heavy hitters. Both essentially began as places for friends...

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Author: on December 2nd, 2008

Category: Development

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The Drupal Theming Handbook is being reorganized!

The Drupal Theming Handbook is being reorganized!

While many people say that theming is one of the better organized topics in Drupal’s documentation, many have expressed frustration that relevant pages are located in a variety of different branches, and even separate handbooks. The documentation team has also...

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Author: on December 1st, 2008

Category: Development

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DotNetNuke CMS Infused With Extra Cash

DotNetNuke CMS Infused With Extra Cash

DotNetNuke Corporation, the commercial entity behind the popular free and open source DotNetNuke CMS, has announced a new infusion of Series A Capital. The amount of funds raised is not being disclosed at this time, but the two organizations behind...

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Author: on December 1st, 2008

Category: Development

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