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The top book marking sites are an essential tool for anyone looking to gain traction in the Social Media world. Social bookmarking allows you to categorize your chosen web content by openly tagging it, resulting in an information map of the web chronicled by the people who have visited the site before. Now every one who surfs the web can become a potential editor, and can recommend all types of interesting web sites within web directories. Social Marketing see this as a way to reach new consumers.
Toyota has really had a fall from grace in recent weeks. The tremendously successful Japanese auto company has significant market share in the United States, previously with a flawless reputation for dependable cars. Companies like Toyota made buying Japanese cars a better choice than looking to our own American car companies. The torrent of car recalls, followed by weak executive statements has certainly put Toyota on the defensive; what steps can be taken to rebuild the reputation of this great car company.
Quite a few months back, I considered myself a Digg rock star. Gee, aren’t I humble? I was not the most popular user, but I had the formula down packed for getting a story on the first page. To Digg’s defense, before the shouting function was turned off, it really wasn’t too much of a challenge to rank well.
WordPress has many cool tools right out of the box but if you want to spice things up a little bit, there are a couple of cool plug-ins that will make your blog stand out from the crowd and help you easily to maintain every aspect of it.
Recently Google was down due to server errors and it was one of the biggest topics across the social media spectrum. Within a matter of minutes the “#gmail” hashtag was a trending topic on Twitter and two days later there were 547 ReTweets and 1,209 Diggs via Mashable.com alone.
Last Friday Sacha Baron Cohen’s new movie Bruno came out and topped box offices with a whopping $30.4 Million, only to see diminishing returns for the remainder of the weekend. It is unusual that a movie begins to drop just the day after, but in Bruno’s case it did. The newest installment of the Harry Potter series opened this past Wednesday with an unheard of $104 million worldwide, with more people expected to see it this coming weekend. Despite Bruno not having great success after its opening day compared to Harry Potter’s unrivaled success, both of these movies have one glaring commonality; both of these film’s online reviews were negative.
I personally did not watch the complete memorial event but with all of the information on the web via social sites, social media sites, and social news sites, I feel like I was somewhat there. Apparently, unlike most of the world, I had to work that day. The gloved one has taken over the internet since his death and the buzz has not seemed to have slowed down as of yet.
Being active on social media sites including news submitting and bookmarking sites have many benefits for a Search Engine Marketer. One of the nice bonus benefits to being active in these sites is that you are always being informed. Logging on to Digg or Reddit can help you catch up on the latest events and also the oddest happenings that are interesting which you otherwise might have missed if you only watch the six o’clock news on your local news station. I noticed that I’m usually aware and more informed on a lot of topics than my friends who are not in the internet marketing industry. They’re always puzzled about how I know so much about daily events. I can’t say I mind that. Knowledge is power.
I have just recently began enjoying the fruits of my labor when it comes to social networking and bookmarking sites ie Digg.com and Twitter. My Digg profile has gotten a lot of exposure recently. I’ve started to submit my own content and have noticed the recent spike in traffic to my site. I also customized [...]
Digg has been around since November of 2004 but I never took advantage of its traffic generating potential until now. It’s a great social news site which makes it better in my opinion than just the usual social sites. Less than a month of being a digger; so far, I have made 4 stories to [...]