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In part one of a six-part series, Tucker Max explains how crowdfunding will change everything.
How do you make something go viral when it’s not tech-related? SocialTimes B.J. Mendelson may have an answer …
More BS from the world of Klout. Today, Microsoft’s Bing search engine announced it was going to expose more people to Klout’s worthlessness.
Adding to its list of soon-to-be flops (think #Music), Twitter is going to offer a “See It” button.
Why will it fail? Oh, the reasons are many …
If you call out a big publication like Buzzfeed or Gawker on Twitter, you can expect to get either dismissed as a loon or attacked. Or both.
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Consider this hypothetical site deployment scenario. A new business hires a designer to create a website for them. She does a great job and the owners of the business are very happy. They have a writer produce optimized content, and, with much fanfare, the site goes live. The owners go into marketing overdrive: producing press releases, guest blog posts, and dedicating their time to networking and social media outreach: everything a competent founder would do to drive traffic to a site. Read more
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