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Social Bookmarking with StumbleUpon

Tuesday, February 10th, 2015

Image by Simon Cocks

Social bookmarking isn’t often talked about when it comes to social media marketing, but it can serve as a powerful tool if you want to generate sustainable traffic to your website. There are different options for social bookmarking, but of these, StumbleUpon is worth mentioning.

 

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Digg: The rise and fall of a social media giant

Thursday, August 2nd, 2012

Image by Tyler Howarth

Digg was once a superstar in the user-curated social news platform. Shortly after its initial launch, it enjoyed years of being one of the most popular destination sites for people looking for news other than the mainstream news services. It has also been an excellent social media marketing toolfor brands wanting to supplement and empower their Internet marketing strategies. But the past couple of years have not exactly been positive for Digg. Disastrous decisions and drastic changes have stained the once social media giant, causing its user base to flounder.

But after being acquired by a new company, Digg tries to bounce back from the gutter—rebooted into startup mode with a spiffy new site redesign to boot.

 

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10 Useful Videos & Presentations to Help You Understand Social Media

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

Photo by Chaval Brasil

If you’re a PR professional who’s just starting to utilize social media marketing, or a business owner who knows you need to get involved online but you just don’t understand it all yet, it’s okay. Relax. We’re here to help you.

It can be difficult to wrap your head around all this “social web” stuff and understand the jargon, when you didn’t grow up with MySpace and blogs like some of us have. Social media requires you to think differently about marketing, and it encompasses a vast array of networks where people connect and share information, as well as tools that you can use to promote yourself online.

 

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